budget travel

If you budget wisely, your travel funds can go a long way, though not as far as you.

Wil Van Winkle3 days ago
Introducing...
I've traveled. A LOT. I was born in Tampa, Florida, lived in Texas, Iowa, New York, California, and most recently Tennessee in the USA. I've also live in Uzbekistan and Germany. In some places multipl...
For the Love of Cheap Travel!
I like to believe that we all dream of cheap travel, but most of us never take the time to actually figure it out. We all talk about the places we will go, and the things that we will see later in lif...
Dani Hendrix13 days ago
How to Travel for Less Than $500
Traveling doesn’t have to be crazy expensive and there are many ways that people have found to travel the world with little money. I could tell you hundreds of ways to save money on traveling, but ins...
E DM14 days ago
Why Capsule Hotels Are a Good Idea
If you don't know what a capsule hotel is; it's basically a fancy hostel where, instead of sleeping in bunk beds, you sleep in a literal capsule together with 20-40 other people (all in individual cap...
Matt Ray18 days ago
Sailing Around the World by Crewing: Global Hitchhiking
I've been sailing around the world for the past three years, by crewing on other people's sailboats, or what I call, Global HitchHiking. I have been on eight different boats and traveled over 35,000 n...
Olivia Anne Page19 days ago
Go Alone, You'll Find Yourself Along the Way! $200 Trips or Less
My experience has been a backpack and open road through the beautiful American South West. Where I live, well, you've probably driven right past me on your way to Phoenix, L.A., San Diego, Denver, you...
Katheryn Comptona month ago
Beginning a Life of Full Time Travel
Hey, you all—what is up? I know that I have not talked about my personal life a lot lately, but I thought that I would dive right in and share what is going on. Everyone who knows me well enough, know...
Kevin 2 months ago
Best Hikes in Utah
Everyone knows Utah is a great winter destination. After the 2002 Olympics, our snow became forever famous for winter sports. Skiers and snowboarders are some of the state’s main tourists. However, if...
Saskia Benz2 months ago
How I Travel the World at 19
Traveling the world is a dream. Well, what if I told you it could be your reality? That you could keep your job, and still travel, still have a family, and still have amazing adventures? I've been to ...
Kevin 2 months ago
Ever Had the Chance to Leave the Country?
Have you ever had the chance to leave the country? If you have, then you must have an idea of just how expensive and taxing the process usually is. The research, booking, and expenses can be overwhelm...
Mikkie Mills3 months ago
Not Every Vacation Needs to Break the Piggy Bank
With summer speeding around the corner, many people, families, and couples have begun planning their next vacation. While there are some people who are prepared to take extravagant trips to popular de...
Craig House3 months ago
The Cheaper Travel Options That Are out There
Traveling. Imagine spending your life soaking up the sun, sea and sands of foreign lands? Imagine drinking pina coladas and exploring the natural wonders of the world. Imagine seeing it all, discovering it all, meeting them all and experiencing everything that you possibly can. But wait... Unfortunately, most of us will not be blessed with the financial benefits that are required for long term, sustainable travel. And boy, does travel cost a whole lot. So if you, like the rest of us, want to exp...
Isla Wright3 months ago
The Grand Canyon—5 Reasons Why It Belongs on Your Bucket List
The Grand Canyon is a gigantic mass that stretches for almost 280 miles. It’s almost 20 miles wide, and more than six thousand feet deep. Yes, it is one of the biggest and most magnificent piles of ro...
Daniel Lyddon3 months ago
Five Eternal City Freebies
Rome is notorious for being expensive to visit—there's so much to cram into your trip that the costs can add up quickly without you noticing. I've been three times now, both as a solo traveler and as ...
Cil Borlaza4 months ago
5 Useful Tips for Budget Travelers in Seoul
As a budget traveler, I appreciate nifty travel guides that can help me make the most out of every trip I do. I’ve lived in South Korea for a little over two years already and traveled to Seoul many t...
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Jess Redd5 months ago
Tips and Tricks for Universal Orlando
Roller coasters, character meets, concerts, great food. Universal really does it all. But the things they can't control like long lines, ignorant people, and heat are hard to deal with. I have a few t...
Vivian Curl5 months ago
The Nomad
I remember the first time I heard the word nomad. I was watching a tiny house transformation on You Tube, and they kept referring to living a nomad life. I went to Webster’s Dictionary online, and the...
Em, I5 months ago
Spotlight on India (Pt. 1)
From Hardiwar to Rishikesh we go, it is only a short bus journey and before we know it, we are already at the Rishikesh bus station. Little did we know, this seamless travelling would not be experienc...