There are so many ways you can travel for virtually free. You don’t need a lot of money to begin. Even if you don’t earn a lot or have debt, there are ways to go overseas still. If you feel that no matter what you do you will never get ahead by saving money, follow this guide to ultimate travel frugality and see the world on the ultra-cheap.
Community member and travel blogger Will is an “extreme” budget traveler. For 8 years, he’s camped, hitchhiked, and experienced the world on less than $20 a day! In this interview, he shares his best travel tips for how you can be adventurous on a budget.
A financial crisis led to community member and author Tomislav Perko losing everything. But through Couchsurfing, he gained a love for travel. In this interview, he shares how becoming broke was one of the best things to happen to him as well as the challenges and rewards of traveling on a small budget.
A few months ago, I announced a new case study program, in which I would work with a cross-section of readers and help them plan and execute their trips, walking them through all the stages of travel planning and creating a roadmap toward their dream.
Travel doesn’t have to be expensive. The world is full of affordable destinations, and it doesn’t require much effort to find them. No matter what continent, there are always places you can visit on a budget — even countries we think of as expensive are quite budget-friendly if you know certain tips and tricks.
Two years after the first edition of my book, my new edition is out! With over 100 new pages of content, it contains a lot of new, revised, and updated information that will help you travel even cheaper in 2015. Travel constantly evolves, and this book will help you stay up to date!