I’ve finally decided to give up on bucket lists. As much as I love planning, life keeps throwing too many other exciting and interesting opportunities my way. Does that mean I’ll stop planning? Nope! But it does mean I’ve learned to let go of some of the less important details in favor of the things that matter.
In this guest post, Natasha and Cameron from The World Pursuit share their tips and tricks for traveling around Namibia on a budget. Whether you are considering a guided tour, renting a car, or even hitchhiking, this post will help you plan your visit without breaking the bank!
In this reader interview, Amanda shares her ultimate tips and tricks for long-term family travel. Amanda shows that it’s possible to not only educate your children on the road, but to do so on a budget. If you’ve ever considered taking your family on a round-the-world adventure, this expert advice is a must read!
America has a bad reputation when it comes to gun violence, racism, and police violence, but those statistics don’t paint a full picture. America is a diverse, eclectic country – and it’s also safer than the news makes it seem. So let’s look at the statistics and recent news and talk about the current travel environment in the country.
Until recently, US airlines had amazing loyalty programs. Unfortunately, times have changed. Frequent flier programs don’t reward frequent fliers – just big spenders. Loyalty no longer matters. As someone who flies a lot but on cheap tickets, this has changed how I travel – and how you should too!
The Pan-American highway offers over 30,000km worth of adventure. Recently, Ryan and his partner drove the majority of it, overlanding from Seattle to Colombia. Best of all? They did it on a budget. In this interview, they share how they did it, costs, and advice so you can plan an epic cross-continent road trip too!