MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- By the end of January, it's widely known that many people have already given up on their New Year resolutions. It's not too late to make new ones or keep after those goals. When it comes to travel resolutions, there's still another 11 months to fulfill them. Vayama ( www.vayama.com), a leading online travel agency uniquely focused on international travel, shares some unique ideas and tips to help people keep their travel resolutions and see more of the world in 2013. A travel resolution could really be anything from vowing to take more trips, visiting a new destination, going somewhere without a travel buddy, or even challenging yourself to try new things upon arrival. For international travel especially, the planning and research phase can be daunting. With an overwhelming number of options for where to visit and the complexity of booking multi-city travel, the resolution drop-off rate happens here. However, Vayama.com can be the one-stop shop for both research and booking. One Vayama customer already planned her 2013 travel to visit friends and family in Brazil and reported, "[Vayama was] easy to navigate with intuitive results on a website layout that is so easy to search for exactly what you need. I had less than 10 minutes during my lunch hour and I was able to find the perfect flight even for my hard criteria...and at a reasonable price. I'm truly satisfied." Another recently said, "Vayama is my go-to travel site! The multi-city feature is excellent, which I cannot find on most other major sites." Joan Ioannou, Brand Marketing Director for Vayama.com, explains, "Vayama's team of travel experts are continuously working with our many airline partners so we can present shoppers with the best airfare deals, itineraries and choice of destinations." Vayama also has another secret weapon to help people struggling to keep their travel resolutions: curated results. This breakthrough international travel search technology culls flight options from more than 500 airlines worldwide to identify the fastest, cheapest, most popular and sponsored itineraries.