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10 Smart Tips For Traveling On A Budget!!✈️
Make travel more affordable with these 10 tips!!
Rent an Apartment
It is so much cheaper to rent an apartment than to stay in a hotel. You can usually get cheaper rates for staying longer, too! It also enables you to save on food. Instead of spending a fortune eating out, you can cook at home in the kitchen.
Lodging is usually one of the most expensive parts of traveling. If a hotel or an apartment both seem out of the question, consider exchanging homes with someone! You'll pay a fee to list your home but after that it's free and it's a great way to see places you may have never thought
Rent out Your Home
Cover your rent/mortgage while you are away by listing your home on Aribnb or subletting it! Freeing up a little room in your budget will make travel much more doable! More info at Airbnb .
These days the airlines make you pay for everything, including extra bags. Save money on fees by just bringing a backpack or one suitcase. Your trip will be much more pleasant too, as you'll have less stuff to haul around. $99 at REI.
Frequent Flyer Miles
A friend of mine practically went to Iceland for free because she had so many air miles from a credit card. Consider signing up for a plan that lets you earn mileage through shopping or previous trips.
Go in the Off-Season
I've scored some great deals traveling in the off-season. This photo was taken in Greece in October. The weather wasn't entirely reliable, but there were definitely a lot of warm, sunny days and I still had fun. It was great to have fewer tourists!
Choose one place to go and stay there. It's so much cheaper than traveling to a bunch of cities in a few weeks. Plus, it lets you experience daily life instead of just the tourist parts.
Bring Work WIth You
While it's not realistic for every job, you'd be surprised at how possible this is. My brother and father had always dreamed of hiking the Appalachian Trail so my brother asked his high school counselor if he could make a senior project of the hike for credit.
Take Public Transportation
If you don't have to rent a car and don't take taxies, transportation is significantly cheaper. Go by bus, train, subway, bike share, or your own two feet!
If you Can’t go, Adopt the Mindset
If travel just can't happen for you right now due to budget, life circumstances, work or something else, consider exploring your own backyard. A lot of the appealing part about traveling is the mindset. Travelers are curious, always up for adventure, try it!
I hope you enjoyed this Tip!! Please feel free to leave your feedback in the comments!!
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