Twelve years ago I was inspired to travel the world by a group of backpackers in Thailand. Since then, I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to build a business around my passion for travel. With the release of a new edition of my book, How to Travel the World on $50 A Day, I wanted to give something back to the community that has helped and inspired me over the years. To celebrate my book’s release, I’m going to give someone $50 a day – for an entire year!
Collecting points and miles is one of the easiest ways to reduce the cost of travel. While not every country has travel hacking options as amazing as the USA, there are still plenty of opportunities out there! If you want to increase the chances of your dream trip coming true, you need to get in the travel hacking game today!
Madagascar. The name conjures up a land of wild nature, mystical and unexplored. With only 350,000 visitors per year, Madagascar is one of the most well-known but least visited African nations. I recently had the opportunity to visit the country with Intrepid Travel. Here’s what is discovered!
In this month’s LGBT column, Adam from Travels of Adam shares his favorite LGBT travel films. From Oscar-winners to cult classics, this list has something for everyone and will be sure to inspire and inform you before your next adventure abroad!
I read a lot. This month, I wanted to share a list of my favorite non-travel books that have had a profound impact on my life. These books have literally made me a better person. I hope you find them valuable, too!
After almost losing her husband to kidney failure, Donella decided it was time to make her travel dreams a priority. She and her husband retired and sold all of their possessions, embracing a new life of travel. In this interview, she shares her travel tips and insights for older travelers.