I want to share with you what I've learned from 8 years of travel (3 full time) and over 60 countries and counting. These are the things I use to travel cheaper and for longer. Here you can find my top travel secrets, accessories and special discounts!
Just like hotel rooms flight prices can vary hugely depending on where you book. To find the best deals online use Google flights or Skyscanner. Compare prices on different days of the week. If you’re undecided on where to go use Skyscanner search box below. Just type in your dates and type ‘everywhere’ in the search bar to reveal the cheapest places to fly from where you are.
Air BnB is also great and puts your money straight in to the pockets of locals if you are careful where you rent. Have you tried Airbnb? Sign up with this link and you will get up to $45 off your first trip!
Contiki (the day job) provide group travel for 18-35 year old’s. The tours are often jam packed with all the best bits a place has to offer and will leave you with great experiences and friends for life. Contact me through Facebook for mates rates!
G Adventures provide amazing small group tours that often give back to the places they visit via community projects. They are leaders in Sustainable tourism and, as a loyal customer, I highly recommend them. Click here for Up to 25% Off Adventure Travel Deals!
What to pack
Over the years on the road I’ve definitely learned that less is more. However there are certain things that make travel way easier as well as more eco friendly.
Now you can have multiple accounts in different currencies all in one place. Accounts even come with local bank details so you can get paid from different countries. And there is a clear fee when exchanging money with set low rates. Apply here now!
If you need a joint account for couples that travel there is Monzo. They actually use Transferwise so you get the same great rates with a few extra flashy features. Use this link to get £5 credit when you sign up.
One thing you should never leave home without. Things happen on the road and having the safety net of a reputable company to look after you is invaluable. Sure price is important, but this is one travel essential not to skimp on! World Nomads are one of the most trusted travel insurance providers for a reason. Check out more information and get a quote by following this link.
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