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Living like a local in the Indonesian Jungle

Traveling abroad and experiencing great adventures don’t have to be costly. For my last travel, I went to the Indonesian Jungle to live with a local family in a homestay. At first, I was very afraid that 6 weeks may be a long time for such an extreme change of cultures. But rest assured, it was the best travel experience I ever had at a very affordable price.

Homestay

Normally I book my stays through Airbnb or simple hotels. This was the first time I actually went for a homestay and it had many advantages, apart from being very inexpensive.

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Best Ways You Can Try to Save on International Flight Tickets

In the past, it was possible for travelers to save on flights by flying out on Tuesdays or switching to smaller airports. With changing airline pricing methods, it’s now more difficult for travelers to save on flight tickets using the same traditional methods. I have been traveling to global tourist destinations for years and have used multiple tricks to cut cost on flights. If you are a budget traveler and traveling with cheap flight tickets is all you want, then you’re sure to love what I have to share with you through my experience as a traveler.

Manic Mondays

Most of us research the best travel destinations throughout the week and share the details with fellow travelers on the weekend. But, it can cost you nearly double to what you would pay for flight tickets if you book on Monday. According to experts, it is found that travelers who booked tickets on weekends paid 5% more than those who made their purchase on a Monday. While it may not make a huge difference for domestic flight prices,  it will be a matter of concern when you are booking tickets for international destinations.

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Cheapest Countries to Travel to While on a Budget

When you’re on a budget, it’s hard to get to do things you enjoy. You’re putting most of your money toward essential purchases like groceries, your gas tank and bills, and a budget means that after you pay for all of those things, you don’t have much money left. While people are going out to the movies and taking road trips, you’re back at home wishing that you could know when you’ll be able to do the same thing.

Wish no more! It’s completely possible to travel while you’re on a budget. If you make some adjustments to save even just a few dollars a month for a vacation, you’ll be on your way out of town before you know it.

First, think of what you’d want to get out of a trip. Do you want time to enjoy the sunshine or would you rather be able to play around in the snow? Does getting lost in a big crowd sound great or do you want time alone?

No matter what you prefer to get out of a vacation, you can reach your traveling dreams while budgeting your way through each month. It just takes a small adjustment to where your money goes and a bit of research to find some of the best places to visit while on a budget. Here are four of those places.

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Top 5 Pocket-Friendly Accommodations in South Africa

Planning a trip to South Africa? If you’re looking for the best accommodation while you’re staying in this wonderful place, then this article is for you.

After a long day exploring the vast forest and safaris, or sight-seeing the gatherings of animals in the wild, or swimming in the turquoise-colored water on the beach, or hiking on the world-renowned beauty of Table mountain – you need a place to stay to ensure you will be ready for the next day of exploration in South Africa.

Let’s discover where you should stay with this list of top 5 accommodation in South Africa that doesn’t break the bank.

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How Crowdfunding Can Help Support Your Dream Honeymoon

The millennial way is all about experiences–and that includes weddings! And as it turns out, more and more millennial’s are getting married later in life when they already have every kitchen gadget, tableware set and piece of bedding they need. Honeymoon registries have become a popular alternative to traditional registries (because who needs a blender when you can go to Hawaii?). In addition, many couples are also choosing to link their honeymoon destination with a charitable experience. Technology and social media have made it possible to politely ask your guests for cash that will go toward your honeymoon, especially if you are traveling for a cause. Below is an outline of the best ways to crowdsource the funds for your post-wedding adventures.

First, choose where you are going. There really is no better way to start your married life than to share a fulfilling voluntourism experience while on your honeymoon. You can bond together as a couple while also interacting with the local community in a meaningful way. There’s always going to be time to relax but squeezing in some volunteer hours will enhance your trip for the better (and make your guests more comfortable donating to your cause!). Plus, this isn’t limited to international travel. There are plenty of local places in the U.S. that are vacation and volunteer friendly. Honeymoon Volunteers is a great place to get started.

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