Managing your money whilst you are travelling can be quite tricky. How much cash should you take? Where do you keep it? What do you do if it gets stolen? Here’s a guide to some strategies you may want to use to help reduce any money worries whilst exploring the world.
Pet sitting (or just house minding) is a wonderful service that allows the animal (or home) owner to go on vacation knowing that their pet and home is being looked after whilst also providing a free accommodation option for the savvy traveller. Here’s a guide on how to make pet sitting the best experience for both the pet owner and the sitter.
Yes it’s completely true. You can travel without paying a dime. Nada. Gratis. It requires a bit of effort, but the rewards are worth it. Use the tips below to travel for free or very little outlay. You should already be saving and making money with the other guides in the Travel Funding Bootcamp series. Now there are absolutely no excuses for not being able to reach your travel goals.
If you are really serious about wanting to head off on adventures you have to bite the bullet, get lean and sacrifice a few things. You might not like it, but it will mean you will have the money to do what you want, which is having amazing travel experiences. Spending can be controlled and once you see your savings grow it can be addictive!
What is a single supplement and why do we have to pay it? It seems so mean. Some travel operators, (for example accommodation providers and cruise companies) impose an extra charge to people who travel alone. Their argument is that a single person does not spend as much as two people on additional revenue generating services such as food and drinks and therefore the lone occupant has to make up that shortfall. However, the percentage of single travellers is increasing, and the traditional industry providers are changing due to the introduction of new competition from innovative demand based start-ups.
Here are a few top tips to use if you are unattached and itching to see the world!