How to Start Traveling, Even When You’re Broke
13. Keep an Eye Out for Deals
If you leave it until the very last minute to plan and book your trip, it can be extremely expensive. You could indeed find some last-minute deals, but you’re more likely to find bargains if you plan your trip in advance.
Just make it a habit to visit travel websites and see if they have a good promotion going on. Don’t forget to sign up on websites such as HolidayPirates or SecretFlying to find amazing flight deals.
14. Travel During the Low Season
Sometimes it’s not so much about how you travel, but when you travel. If you decide to visit Europe during the summer, you’ll pay premium prices for everything – accommodations, restaurants, and most tours.
However, if you go during winter you’ll find incredible deals, as no one likes traveling when it’s cold! The same applies everywhere in the world and you just need to visit these places during the low season. Pay special attention to local festivals and holidays, as prices can also increase considerably.