Many of you probably believe that traveling is quite easy nowadays and that you don’t need travel tips to get going: just book a train, bus or air ticket, make a hotel reservation online or through your preferred travel agent, pack and go. As simple as that. But what if you don’t want to overpay your air ticket? Or you don’t want a fixed schedule or itinerary? What if you’re traveling independently- perhaps, probably backpacking- and maybe for a long time?
Going Solo: a Complete Guide to Help You Plan Your Trip of a Lifetime
Traveling international for over 15 years and visiting more than 80 countries has taught me a good deal of things on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to going global. I have learned methods that save me money on air travel and accommodation, how to stay safe and healthy yet traveling on a budget, or how to save money by using appropriate credit cards…even scoring free trips. The good part? You can get all these tips and secrets in my FREE ebook.
Going Solo: a Complete Guide to Help You Plan Your Trip of a Lifetime is 36 pages long and is organized into 9 main chapters, with tables, sub-chapters and colored pages for easy reading. To grab a copy all you have to do is sign up to my bimonthly newsletter, which is free too, and with the download link (it’s in pdf) you’ll be getting even more useful travel advice, ideas and entertainment. You can easily sign up by navigating to the bottom of any article in the blog and filling out the form with your name and email- which I will not share with anybody (that’s a promise- I hate spam too).
If you don’t feel like owning this great ebook but simply want answers to typical questions head over to the following pages where you’ll get plenty of travel advice you’ll be able to use right from the beginning (all of these topics are covered to a greater extent in the ebook though).
Having visited 80+ countries I have hands on experience on how to travel on a budget, and by sharing it with you I will save you time, effort, and of course your hard earned money. Still, if once you have finished reading the section questions remain unanswered or there’s a topic you think I should include please email me. Put these travel tips to good use and hit the road!