Is it possible to do a safari on a budget? I used to think exploring South Africa and traipsing around in a Land Rover to find lions, zebras, and giraffes was a trip-of-a-lifetime that would cost $10,000+. Turns out, one can go on safari for as little as $128 a day, including safari, lodging, and meals!
With the New Year just started, I’ve been busy reminiscing on 2015 and wanderlusting for the new year. I decided to put together a list of some of my all-time favorite destinations and some of my personal travel bucket list items for some New Year’s inspiration. Whether you’re looking for a unique cultural experience, a serious adventure or the ultimate girlfriend getaway…
16 Unforgettable Trips to Take in 2016 • The Blonde Abroad
After graduating high school I spent a year abroad in Australia and I have had the travel bug ever since. Melbourne, Paris, New York, Amsterdam, Marrakech, Rome, and Santorini are just a few places I've been able to check off my bucket list so far!
I get this question a LOT: “I don’t have much money, I just break even paying my bills but I want to travel! How did you save? How can I start traveling, just get up and go with NO money?” Ermm… it’s not that easy! But with some planning there are a few steps you can take to get on the path to traveling. First up, remember to check out the articles I’ve already written on budget: