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  • Last Updated on Apr 8, 2018

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Nine Ideas to Help You Travel Cheap.

How to save money during travels is one of the most frequently asked questions for holidays. Like us, most people put travel on their top list every year, as everyone needs a break from stress and monotonicity of everyday lives. However, most people don’t have money growing in the backyards. So, here we have made a list of 20 ideas to travel cheap and make the most out of your travels.

Make friends with locals.

The locals are always willing to give you insider tips. It can go even long way to a good friendship and a possible discount as well. Talking to locals help you get under the skin of the city by discovering fun and cheap places and experience, and other tip and tricks to save some money.

Use Free days.

A very simple but a foolproof tip. Visit the tourist sites and museums on free days or when they are discounted. Also, make sure to check out respective websites to find out if there are any free offers and discounted visiting hours.

Travel slow.

Instead of racing through 6 countries in 6 weeks, travel slow a and get to know the region well. Booking several flights, train journeys, and bus trips and driving long distances are bound to burn a hole in your pocket. That’s why, take it slow, take more in, and discover the region properly.

Book cheap flights.

If possible, capitalize on the chances to capture any of the cheap flights when the prices change by doing some research for some days. Don’t forget to visit meta search sites like Kayak and Skyscanner or sites like Vayama that specializes in cheap international flights.

Fly at unpopular hours.

Booking a flight for inconvenient hours like red eye or early in the morning increases your chance of getting a good discounted flight. Also, flights during midweek days like Tuesdays or Wednesdays are relatively cheaper.

Hitchhike or carpool.

Essentially, you can go on board with someone going in the same direction, or if you have a car, look for people to join you by sharing fuel costs. While it is a great way to meet some local characters, it is also an eco-friendly or cheaper riding alternative.


Volunteering is one of the best ways to garner some travel and humanitarian experiences at same time. While volunteering, the organization will provide you with free food, accommodation, allowances, and even flights sometime! However, they do need you to commit for months or a year on end.


Camping in a national park, a caravan park, or a beach is a great way to save you some money. However, you have got to be prepared for roughing it a little. Make sure you have made necessary preparations to stay safe in the open nature though.

Eat out.

The charges at hotels and motels for the food is always high. That’s why, try eating out. Or, have brunch instead of a 3-day meal. Walk around the city and you will find several restaurants offering specials and discounts.

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