The key to budget travel is to plan ahead. When it comes to family trips, globetrotting, well-deserved vacations and/or going to see new places we have never been before, the reality of cost and budgeting is always in the back of our minds.
Planning and spending our travel dollar wisely is a priority for most families. Curbing and fiscal responsibility. Your pocketbook and family will thank you!
The reasoning behind saving money while traveling is simple: Even if your personal budget is extremely tight, you can still take a break and enjoy life! Simply put, life is just too short to never Also remembering that while traveling, whether on a budget or not, even the smallest of things can all add op to a large vacation or travel bill!
For example, all those hotel extra’s, cab-fares, tips, restaurants, car rentals, gas for your own vehicle if on a road trip, tickets for special attractions or events, beach-and-pool-side drinks (if not at an all-inclusive resort or cruise) and more, adds on and piles up! This brings us to the some of the rhyme and reason behind budgeting for travel and planning well.This also applies monetarily, to ensure your trip is a success, enjoyable and memorable. Your outlook could be a balance between replenishing your resources and not breaking the bank in the process!
‘101 Tips for Traveling on a budget’ is a quick-guide meant to assist you with this task. It’s handy,easy-reference format provides you with topical information regarding all aspects of your planned trip. Find relevant tips in these pages meant to assist you in any travel undertaking in the near or foreseeable future. It is all about saving you money on your travel endeavors.When choosing to travel, most of us are normally doing so with our families, opting for destination travel and taking that well-deserved vacation of a lifetime or all of the above. This guide will offer tips and insights on how to customize, optimize, maximize and personalize your travel experience every step of the way. Through this process, travelers attend pro-actively to the impact of decisions.There are many un-seized opportunities to save some cash in the process. We will briefly uncover less known and obvious financial detail, affordability, aftermath and fiscal strategy as it pertains to travel locally, domestically or abroad.
Here’s to finding some savings and cash tips as you explore these pages and the world!
Maybe you are in the early phases of planning or booking your trip, shopping around online or checking some websites or travel magazines. Some of us might even be thinking of calling some travel agents to do our homework upfront. Perhaps you have not taken a trip in a very long time and find yourself in desperate need of a good breakaway vacation to remember. Maybe you are a young student backpacking and exploring some corners of this wonderful world we live in, or a retired couple enjoying the travel scene together.
Whatever your situation and reason for travel, we trust you will potentially find something in
these pages that will inspire you and save you some money in the process.
To get us started, here is the first tip for all the procrastinators, impulse travel buyers, discount bargain hunters and vacation shoppers amongst us.
“The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don’t define them, learn about them,
or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable.” Denis Waitley
TIP # 1: Make a list of some; any or all of the destinations you would like to visit in your
lifetime… and then plan to get to at least one this year!
Like anything else in life, travel needs to be planned for somewhat. It is almost like setting a short time
‘SMART’ goal for leisure and vacationing. Marketers of timeshare and destination vacations, often refer to this as an argument to invest in a travel solution.
People often suggest that we treat travel or vacationing, like any other planned financial decision in life. This is all irrespective of whether this includes house, car, tuition, health, insurance or other life-expense. Travel and vacation are justified and ‘sold’, as just another important item on the list to think about and budget for.