By admin on 9/30/2013
Zero-Tourist Bali: How to Enjoy Indonesia's Hottest Island on a Budget

Known around the world as a stunning tourism destination for both mega-rich millionaires and low-budget tourists, Bali is a truly enchanting island. With incredible native wildlife, beautiful beaches, and a year-round tropical climate, the island is one that's been attracting visitors for hundreds of years, with no signs of slowing down.

But despite its obvious charms, Bali does have one major disadvantage for visitors – it's very much discovered. While postcards from the island may reveal empty beaches and incredible sunsets, it's a rare sight to see a Bali beach with anything less than one hundred tourists sunbathing on its sands. A decades-long promotional effort, combined with word of mouth, has made the island one of the most visited destinations in the world.

By admin on 9/6/2013
The Ultimate Guide to Booking Hotels or How to Shave 60 - 90 Percent Off List Prices

Ah, hotels. They're one of the most frustrating parts of travel planning, eating up a great deal of time that should be spent planning activities and cultural experiences, all the while boosting the average traveler's blood pressure to near stratospheric levels. When it comes to booking a place to sleep, almost all travelers make the same time-wasting, money-burning, and stress-inducing errors.

Thankfully, we're here to correct the wrongs and streamline the process of booking hotels at a tiny fraction of the regular price. With these simple tips, you'll be able to score high-end hotel rooms at rates that would make the average traveler scoff in disbelief, all without resorting to cutting coupons or calling every hotel in the city searching for a deal.

By admin on 8/22/2013
Thailand on a Budget or How to Enjoy Your Thailand Vacation for $30 a Day

Thailand. Home of ancient temples, stunning beaches, and five-star luxury unknown to any of its neighbors. The Kingdom of Thailand, once known as Siam, has long been a favorite of travelers, and for good reason. With incredible eating options, immense geographical variety, and postcard quality natural beauty, it's consistently sat in the world's top ten travel destinations for many years.

But despite its reputation as one of the world's best 'bang for your buck' travel destinations, visiting Thailand isn't always a cheap experience. The country's official Tourism department, the Tourism Authority of Thailand, estimates that the average tourist spends around 3,500 baht ($110 USD) per day while vacationing in the kingdom. That's not expensive per se, but it's certainly not in line with the dirt cheap image many would-be visitors have in mind when planning their Thailand vacations.

By admin on 1/18/2012
How to Create Your Own Budget Friendly Getaway

Winter time is the perfect time to start planning your own budget friendly getaway. There are a lot of things you can do to actually create your own getaway and save some money. It’s important to look at all the ways you can save money while going on a getaway. This means that getting the best deal on a car, hotels or flights are all essential in saving the most money possible.

These tips will help you plan the best getaway possible all while saving money.