Category: Budget travel

Most of our journey, since 2011, we have managed to travel for less than $25 a day. Hence, traveling on a budget is what we know and what we do. Here, we’re sharing the ins and outs of cheap travel to all kinds of destinations around the world.
Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

Exploring Varadero For Less Than 25 Dollars

Just 2 hours away from the Cuban capital of Havana, the resort town of Varadero is beautiful place in the Caribbean to enjoy a cheap holiday and to explore. As you walk around under the Cuban sun, you can be safe in the knowledge that you’ll also be stretching the dollars a little further.

Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

How to Travel the Philippine Island Siquijor on Less Than $15 per Day?

From all the plenty islands (Cebu, Bohol, Dumaguete) that we traveled in the Philippines, there is one that captured our wild travel hearts the most:
Siquijor (pronounced sicky whore), also known as the Island of Fire. Siquijor is the third smallest province of the Philippines and an island, that has it all.

Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

Awesome Free Things to Do on Samui Island, Thailand

Koh Samui offers enormous amount of activities and hidden gems every visitor of the island should try and see. It’s not only about the beach parties. The more you stay here, the more you can explore.

Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

How To See Scotland On A Shoestring Budget

In 2014, over 15.5 million overnight tourism trips were taken in Scotland, with visitor expenditure totalling a whopping £4.8 billion. But what if you’re on a shoestring budget?

Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

Quito On Less Than $25 A Day

Ecuador is not the most popular place in the South America but if you’re looking for mountains to hike, beaches to relax or big city life, it’s all here in Quito!

Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

El Camino De Santiago: Walking The Camino On $25 A Day

From sweeping vistas to sleepy villages, The Camino is an amazing way to explore Spain while taking part in an epic hiking journey. Unfortunately, with its popularity rising The Camino is becoming more and more expensive. Yet it is still easily affordable to those with some budget sense.

Budget travel
Agness Walewinder

Dining Out In San Francisco On A Budget

Today’s post is dedicated to all budget foodies who, like us, can’t resist from trying new dishes when traveling across the US. For those who wish to keep an eye on their restaurant expenditures, San Francisco offers many restaurants that are big on value.

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