There is probably no cheaper way to travel the world than by living in a tent. It may not always be particularly comfortable, dry, or warm, but it does mean saving potentially thousands of dollars that would otherwise need to go to accommodation. Most tents available today provide all of the shelter that a person would need in most kinds of weather, and their portability means that the camper is able to pack up and head off to their next destination without too much trouble.Read More →

One of the most important aspects of international travel is healthcare. When we’re in a foreign country, especially one that might not have universal healthcare, it’s vitally important to have some kind of plan in place in case an accident occurs, even if the chances of anything going wrong are next to impossible.Read More →

Oslo is the capital city of the northern European country of Norway. Widely considered to be the model of what a developed country is meant to be, Norway boasts a high standard of living, excellent salaries, a well-educated population, and some of the best cities in the world, including Oslo.Read More →

Staying in hostels can be one of the best parts of traveling – if you’re looking for an authentic experience in whichever country of the world you’re in, there’s no better way of getting it. You’ll be surrounded by other like-minded travellers making it easy to meet new people and make friends. Hostel employees are also trained to be able to give you advice and they’re equipped with mountains of knowledge that’ll come in really handy while you’re traveling. Of course, on top of all this, hostels are cost effective and more often than not have capacity for passing travellers.Read More →

Without a doubt the most expensive part about travelling around the world is the accommodation. Just about every other part of the travelling process has some easy workaround to cut down on costs, but there’s no way of getting around the fact that you will need somewhere dry, warm, and safe to sleep every single night.Read More →

In the world of budget travelling, hostels represent safe and affordable accommodation that’s available to anyone. The idea is to give the traveller a means to sleep safely at night without them having to fork out to stay at an expensive hotel, and they’ve become extremely popular around the world over the last few decades.Read More →

Travelling with a single bag, or also commonly known as one-bagging, has become an increasingly popular way of seeing the sights of the world without having to take a room’s worth of luggage with. Closely related to minimalist, this kind of travelling involves taking only items that are completely necessary and leaving just about everything else at home.Read More →

Africa is one of the world’s largest continents, with dozens of countries, languages, cultures, cities, and so much in-between. For the adventurer at heart, there are few other continents that offer quite as much exploration, and anyone that wants to escape the Western and Eastern worlds and experience something different will enjoy every second that they spend in Africa.Read More →