While Disney can get expensive, Orlando has plenty of other activities so that you can save money and still have fun!
The northwestern states of the U.S.A., along with the stretch of Pacific coastline in Canada’s province of British Columbia, constitute a region known as the “PNW” or Pacific Northwest. This area is known for progressive and modern cities, stunning old-growth forests, beautiful mountains, rugged coastlines, and friendly people. For those that live nearby (or even if you’re coming from far away), plenty of affordable destinations can be found in this region for a good weekend trip. Or, if you have a full week, why not combine several of the destinations together?
It’s always the same as a tourist. It takes you a full week to figure out how not to get caught in tourist traps every day and then you’re back on the plane already. This article aims to help you avoid making the same mistakes so many before you have made.
Niagara Falls is one of the world’s great natural wonders. Tourists have been taking in the sights and sounds of these gigantic falls since the construction of the Erie Canal in 1825 made the region easily accessible for the first time. And travelers on a budget will be happy to learn that you can enjoy the views, hikes, picnic areas, and many local attractions for free.
The Southeast is known for warm weather, friendly culture, delicious food, and fun road trips. From the beaches to the mountains, there’s always something to do for every type of traveler. Whether you’re a family looking for a weekend getaway, a couple with eyes on a romantic weekend, or a solo traveler looking to explore the region’s unique culture, The South has it all. Big cities along with small towns and beautiful countryside await.
One of the main aspects that may be worrying you about booking a trip to Orlando is whether you can save money without compromising on the fun? The good news is, yes, you can! You don’t have to spend over-the-odds to have a great time in Orlando. There are a number of money hacks to keep in mind that will keep the costs down and still allow you to have the time of your life.
Berlin seems to be the city on everybody’s lips recently, making quite the name for itself as one of the most happening locations in Europe. We recently explored Berlin on a budget and were amazed by just how affordable it is. In fact, some days we spent next to nothing at all, as there were so many free things to do in Berlin to keep us occupied.
Dubbed as the city that never sleeps, there are plenty of things to do and places to visit while in New York such that one can hardly consider sleep as an option when there. And the best part about this is that you probably won’t have to spend a dime when visiting most of its sites… the best things in life are free after all!
Backpacking is the quintessential outdoor adventure, requiring nothing more than carrying your life’s necessities on your back. If you have decided to go backpacking abroad, you should plan everything in advance as this will help you determine the things you need to bring on your trip.
A river cruise is often one of the most luxurious ways to travel. World-class cuisine, immersive shore excursions and even private butler service are not uncommon on-board river cruise ships. But what if you’re on a tight budget? Is it possible to find an affordable river cruise on a shoestring? Absolutely!