How to Travel Cheap: Tips for Traveling the World on a Budget.
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Do you often find yourself scrolling through your social feed, daydreaming about faraway lands, inspiring photography and life-changing adventure? Then you wake up and check your bank balance…dammit.
To travel on a budget is a daunting thing to many people, and unfortunately can deter some would-be wanderers from experiencing this incredible planet. To help you get the most out of your journey, here are 21 genius travel hacks for when you’re broke AF.
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Good tips! But actually flying to smaller airports can be a lot cheaper compared to the "main ones". However, usually only super cheap airlines (i.e. Ryanair) fly to them and it's trickier to get to the actual city.
My college ID doesn’t have an expiration date so I always take it with me...and I look way younger than I am. So I always ask if there’s a student or young person discount. 9 times out of 10 they take my word for it and don’t ask for ID.
1 and 18 are massive. Didn’t even have to use a VPN, just chose UK vs US and saved US$120 on the SAME EXACT flight. I was gobsmacked and triple checked the pounds to dollars exchange rate and used a credit card that doesn’t charge international fees.
I went to Costa Rica during the rainy season and it was amazing. We went on excursion during the day and never got wet. It also only rains for about 30 minutes in the evening then your done for the day. It's very affordable. If you go through a travel agent, you can get some good all inclusive deals during the rainy season. The people there are friendly, the crime rate is very low and the food is amazingly fresh. The food taste like they went out side pull it off a tree and put it on your plate.
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Is it worth it to register for frequent flyer miles? Won't the websites charge me more if I'm not browsing from an incognito window? There's no point in using an incognito window if I have to log in with a username and password (for frequent flyer miles) to the website right?
Very great, usefull and interesting video.
All though it would help a lot if you post a video where you talk about budget in real numbers so we can have an idea how much do we need to save for our cheap but cool vacations!
I say probably not. Unless you somehow make A LOTTT of money upfront from a business venture and then take a year off or something. If you want sustainable, you have to have money coming in regularly and online is the best way :)
If you ever need an intern , I’m here ! Well I’m 14 years old but I want to travel at a young age because time is truly precious. I love learning from your videos and when I’m older I will take all your videos into consideration when traveling
As far as the cell phone I would think See if you can get a family plan with T-Mobile which has unlimited text and data in over 140 countries some people say all the way up to 210 and since you have unlimited data do Wi-Fi calling or WhatsApp to call home
All very good tips! I spent 6 months abroad with just a small light rucksack. Was a challenge and a half but so worth it! Also is it just me or does your accent have a tinge of something else in it too??
Thanks for the tips!
Next summer I am planning to travel to as many countries as I can afford. But there is one thing I always think about and that is currency. Should you get the currency of all the countries you are traveling to where you live? o or is it better to exchange currency while traveling?
Incase it wasn't clear, example 1: Get the currency of the countries I'm going to visit from Sweden (that's where I live) or 2: Exchange money while traveling. Meaning exchanging money when landed in for example Belgium from Swedish currency to Belgian currency.
I really hope this make sense to anyone reading this cause I really need advise on this.
Miriam Ogbamichael this varies by country. Most of Europe I suggest not getting currency beforehand and hitting an atm when you arrive. go to a bank atm not the random atm at the airport which has additional fees and horrible exchange rates. 90% of my transactions are with a credit card and take out a bit of local currency for the smaller cash only places. Make sure you’ve checked with your bank about taking money out abroad. Make sure your credit card doesn’t charge foreign transaction fees (which is an additional 1-3%!). I also take a $20, 50 or $100 dollar bill as a back up. Saved my trip the one time my card was blocked and had to survive through the weekend. The exchange rate was pretty bad but got me out of a pickle. Hope this helps!
Thank you for these awesome tips! I am looking forward to using some of them throughout the summer for weekend trips and the like. Do you have any tips for travel videography and in general storytelling? I’m still new here:)
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Can someone explain the last tip a bit more. I took it as if you buy a sims card in the country you're going to, you will still have phone service without all the extra international fees from your carrier?
yeah. just make sure your phone is carrier unlocked and that the phone uses the right bands/frequency for service. most recent phones will be fine and worst case scenario you end up with 3G versus 4G/LTE internet. If you're in the UK, Three has a cool prepaid plan that lets you use your data/minutes while traveling in 71 other countries. That way you don't have to get a new SIM card at every country.
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