The Art of Budget TravelHow to Eat, Sleep and Travel on a Budget
Couchsurfing expert Nishant Prasad has spent five of the past eight years couchsurfing around the world. In this week’s Travel Tuesday Interview, he gives us ALL the details about couchsurfing and even shares his travel budget for his current two-year long adventure!
Despite what my mother and the news say, the world is actually a safe place. I have traveled solo to five continents since 2002; safety is always my top concern. Here are a few tips to help manage your fear and stay safe!
As the year wraps up, it’s time to start thinking about your travel resolutions for 2016. Here are five ways to make make travel a priority in next year and maximize your vacation time!
During my latest adventure, I flew about fifteen times but only paid for four flights. The rest were booked with frequent flyer miles. Follow these ten simple ways to maximize your mileage!
Transport is usually the highest travel expense. In my guide, I explain how to find the best deals, save money and find alternate forms of transport.
Food is my biggest expense. I will pay $4 for my accommodation and spend $15 on breakfast. I like to eat. Luckily, fresh, quality food can be significantly cheaper abroad because the produce is local and not shipped across the world.
Accommodation, food and transport are the top three expenses in life and travel. I break them down in a three part series travel funding series starting with accommodation.