budget travel

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

Senior Single Female Alone in Iceland
My solo travels have mostly taken me throughout North America; but this last trip stretched my independence and my endurance. I was originally intrigued when several months ago I saw an online mention...
Jessica Herringa year ago
How to Travel on a Budget
Whether you want to go across the country or somewhere only an hour or two away, it can be very pricey to travel. You should not hold yourself back because of the costs associated with traveling. It i...
Rosalyn Gramsa year ago
Scotland: Walk Coast to Coast
Did you know that you can travel across Scotland, from West Coast to East Coast by walking or kayaking the total length of the man-made Forth and Clyde Canal? – no roads required!
Chris Randalla year ago
The Train to Pozo del Tigre
It always surprises me just how different people and their lives are when you travel around the world. Every place is different; every group of people live different lives. This brings to mind the tim...
Dora Bona2 years ago
4 Weeks Travelling in Australia on a Budget
When travellers choose Australia as a holiday destination, they soon find that it’s a vast country. To see and do as much as possible, it’s important to figure out a reasonable budget and itinerary. B...
Renee Blodgett2 years ago
Stay in a Yurt in the Catskills
Glamping isn't the kind of thing you think about in upstate New York and I wouldn't have thought yurt living was even an option until I recently discovered a place to lay your head at night in a yurt,...
Adam White2 years ago
I Was Never Meant to Go Traveling.
I was never meant to go traveling. I was happy. Contented. Sat in my home in rural England where 95% of the population called themselves white British. I didn’t see culture and I didn’t need it. A rec...
How To Travel the World on a Budget
Most people will tell you that traveling the world is supposed to be an expensive venture. It's supposed to be one of those things that only can happen to trust fund kids and similar. But, if you look...
Mountain Sage2 years ago
Before I arrived in Japan, I thought that I would not need a car in Japan. I was tough. Japan had trains as well. I felt I could bike everywhere. When I arrived in the town though after one week of li...
Aaron Herlocker2 years ago
Why I Sold Everything I Owned To Move To a Foreign Country, And How It Changed My Life
That's exactly what I did. First, let me explain how life led me to that decision to fly into the unknown. Maybe it will inspire you to do something similar, and it may change your life forever. At th...
Joanna White2 years ago
Top Ten Castles To Visit
Where do you see yourself wanting to travel to on vacation? Perhaps you want to go to a nice hotel and resort, or visit different tourist attractions. Maybe you even want to go see Disneyworld, or tra...
Tomás Brandão2 years ago
Solo Traveling Through Amsterdam
Recently I've had the pleasure and the chance to visit a unique and wonderful city, none other than the capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam. Since I'm currently living in Arnhem, a city in the ...
Marlene Affeld2 years ago
Extreme Outdoor State Of Georgia Adventures
The tribal people of the Cherokee Indian Nation that once lived in the area called the North Georgia Mountains “Sah-ka-na’-ga” or the “Great Blue Hills of God.” An integral part of the Blue Ridge Mountain chain that stretches from Georgia northward to Pennsylvania, the North Georgia Mountains offer unsurpassed beauty, serenity, and solitude.
Ben W2 years ago
Choosing the Right Travel Backpack for You
You have the money, you have the time, and you have some destinations in mind: you’re ready to live the nomadic lifestyle for a while and travel the world. This may be your dream life but the question...
Emily Holland2 years ago
Top 5 Domestic Travel Hacks
Some of you might think that there’s nothing to traveling across the country. But because of airline regulations and strict security measures, there’s a lot more to planning a domestic trip. If you wa...
Joel Carr2 years ago
Moscow Muled
My older brother Tomas, a keen enthusiast of Russian literature suggested one evening that we go to Russia on holiday. At the time I certainly felt I needed a break and maybe Mother Russia was the tri...
Kristin Hicks2 years ago
Colonial Williamsburg
When you think of the Revolutionary War and the colonies fight for freedom, what cities come to your mind? Most people go straight to Philadelphia, Boston, and even New York City. However, hidden on t...
Roger Wells2 years ago
The Sweet Pain of Leaving
Ever since I was a child in the 1950's, standing on the wharf of Melbourne pier to board the immense ship that was to take us to Europe, I have never recovered from the excitement of embarkation. Of l...