How To Save Money While Travelling.

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Being frugal comes naturally when you’re a student. Especially if your income is limited yet you have dreams of seeing the whole freaking world.

So when you finally save up just enough cash to make that trip you’ve been planning for months, you need to be extra careful with how you spend each penny.

Here are a couple of ways to help you minimise your expenditure during your trip:

1. Live at the centre.

Saves you lots of time and money since you don’t need to commute as opposed to living at the outskirts of a town.

2. Walk.

It’s the best way to see new places and experience new things.

3. Picnic.

Buy yourself a bunch of fruits, water, some healthy packed food and head out to the park. That should cost you around $5. Plus views and fresh air.

4. Partner up.

For those deals and discounts. You know. 😉

5. Take the overnight bus.

It’s the cheapest way to travel between two cities and you also get a free “bed” for the night.

Always be kind.

Dee.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Great tips! Another quick tip……go to the tourism centre…..ask if they have coupons for anything..they’ll gladly give you ones for restaurants, attractions, and hotels.

    1. Diana Ratemo says:

      Oh, I didn’t know that… Thanks a lot for sharing, Jayson!! 🙂

  2. Thanks for sharing great ideas! Gonna have that picnic soon 🙂

    1. Diana Ratemo says:

      I’m glad you found the ideas helpful! 🙂 Have a lovely picnic… and thanks for reading. ❤

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