Saving Money: Travel Edition

Saving Money on Your Travels 101
 
Hello, all! I’m very excited to announce that we have a guest blog post today from Roxana Oliver, pet-loving traveler, environmentalist, and occasional blogger from Sydney, Australia. Today’s she’s talking about how to travel inexpensively. Make sure to welcome her and thank her for this useful blog post by leaving comments below and sharing this post with others.
 

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The world is filled with simple miracles that make life wondrous. Traveling to distant places all over the world represents one of those extraordinary pleasures.

Unlike trees, that are bound to grow in one place, people are blessed with their own two feet and an impeccable mind that can take us anywhere we wish to go. Traveling changes people. It has the ability to transform your body, your mind, and your soul. It is a never-ending vacation.

But contrary to popular belief, you do not need to have lots of money to be able to travel. You just need to have the will and strength to start your journey.

And these are a few tips to help you become a low-budget traveler:

Transport

While you might think that getting to the other side of theDriving Car Travel world without filling your pockets with money is nearly impossible, you’d better think again. There are a lot of ways to get around, and some of them actually require no money at all! For those who are not afraid to experience life to the fullest, the best options are always hitchhiking, traveling by bike, or even by foot. For others who prefer a bit more security while traveling, there are options of shared transportation, where you divide the expenses of traveling, and also websites that offer cheap flights and other means of transportation.

 

Use Apps

Embrace the era of technology and become a modern dayGuy on Cell Phone nomad. There are a lot of useful apps that help you save money while you are traveling. From simple apps that allow you to track the cheapest flights to those who compare different websites and get you the best deals to the ones that notify you about discounted and cheap accommodations. There are also quite useful travel expense apps that are designed specifically to log, track, and report all the expenses during your trip.

Accommodation

If you are ready to step out of your comfort zone andComfy Bed renounce the luxury 5 star hotels, there are a few things that you could try. Hostels and motels are a great idea, especially if you wish to get acquainted with other travelers during your journey. Apartments or rental rooms are always a cheaper option than booking a hotel. Other than that, there are options that are completely free of charge and rely only on the hospitality and good will of other people!

Food and Drinks

One of the things people mostly enjoy on their travels isBuffet Food getting acquainted with the local cuisine and traditional foods. If you limit yourself only to high-class restaurants, you might miss out on the real experience, and also it could cost you lots of money. The best option is to try and meet some locals that will gladly point you to the best food joints in the city or even offer to cook their favorite meals for you! Another good option is to learn to navigate the local grocery shops or rely on big supermarket chains and cook for yourself. Also, do not be afraid to try the local street vendors– sometimes they offer the best local delicacies.

Do not think that low-budget traveling will limit your choices and that you will stay deprived from certain pleasures. Remember that the best pleasures in life come without a price tag. This can be a great eye-opener and an opportunity to experience life in a completely different way.

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How do you saving money when you travel?  Comment below and share your best tips with us.

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