You’re in a new country sitting down for your first meal or riding in your first taxi and you start to wonder to yourself what the tipping structure is like at your destination. In some countries it may be considered rude or even offensive to tip whereas in another country it could very well be the opposite. How do you know which one is the correct etiquette for your destination? Your UNIGLOBE experts are here to guide you through the tipping etiquettes for around the world.
It is customary and expected to tip in both Canada and the United States.
Leave tips using cash instead of credit cards when dining out or otherwise your server may not receive it.
Australia and New Zealand
Not all countries will accept American Dollars so always be prepared with the destination currency. Always use your own discretion when tipping and remember to double check if the country you’re going to does not accept tips. Enjoy your travels and take the worry out of when and where to tip with this tipping etiquette guide.