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How to Go on a Low-Budget Vacation

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How to Go on a Low-Budget Vacation

Who says vacations have to be expensive? With the right planning you can enjoy all the fun you want without blowing your budget. So if you are trying to learn how to go on a low-budget vacation then check out this short guide. You’ll be on your way before you know it! 

Set Your Budget

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This is honestly something you should do whether you $100 or $10,000 dollars to spend. This well help you determine exactly where you can go, what you can do, and where you can stay. Set your overall price, but make sure you also have the daily expenses. Most importantly leave some extra room in your budget. There are always unexpected expenses such as entrance fees, tolls, and so on so having a little extra room is a good idea. 

The Internet is Your Friend

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Website like Skyscanner and Trivago are great ways to get a sense of all the best deals on flights, hotels and more. They also let you see which days are most expensive/cheaper to fly than others. With these tools you can plan ahead and see exactly how your travel and accommodations expenses can fit into your budget. 

Be Flexible

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This can be difficult if you have to plan out your vacation time far in advance. But this can allow you to book on cheaper dates. Everybody goes on vacation during the summer so always expect higher airfares and hotel prices then. Also, generally the cheapest days of the week to fly are Tuesday and Wednesday. Bonus, fewer people tend to fly on these days making the airport experience less stressful. 

Take Advantage of Freebies

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It’s the future. Even the smallest towns in the most remote of places have websites. They will tell you about what’s going on in and describe local festivals and activities. Best of all, they often partner with businesses and will have various coupons and deals on everything from meals to equipment rentals. 

Travel with At Least One Other Person

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Fun is best shared, right? Travelling solo is an excellent way to do things, but it can get costly fast. Even if you stay in hostels and find cheap bus tickets and so on, there are always some expenses that would be best split. Sharing the costs of taxis, meals, and accommodations is a great way for you to save some green

Choose One Thing to Splurge On

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Travelling on a low-budget can get a little stressful. If you are trying to pinch every penny, then chances are you are thinking a little too much about your wallet and not getting the most out of your experience. You don’t have to stay at a five star hotel, but if you have been staying in cheap hotels the entire time, then maybe stay somewhere a little nicer for you last couple nights. 

These great tips are sure to help you have the adventure you want, at a price you can afford. So now that you know how to go on a low-budget vacation,where are you going to go?Let us know in the comments below!

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