How to Master the Art of Travel Hacking
Planning a trip can be a daunting task with dozens of sites offering cheap flights and travel deals. Sorting through that mess to find the best deals is time consuming which is why I have put together the best travel resources in one place to help you book the perfect trip. These are some of the best resources and will show you my travel hacking techniques.
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How to Book Cheap Flights
Flight Hacking 101
One of the most important steps of booking a trip is getting a good deal on a flight. Saving hundreds on a flight will free up your budget for more important travel expenses. If you don’t have thousands of frequent flyer miles at your disposal that is fine because you can still book a cheap flight and find the best deals available.
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Booking the Perfect Seat on the Plane
Flying first class is wonderful but it is expensive which is why finding the perfect seat on a plane is critical to a comfortable flight. This is even more important on overnight flights or flights overseas.
Also see my guides to sleeping on a plane:
Booking Hotels, Hostels, and Vacation Rentals
Whether you prefer a hotel dorm or a private home to yourself there are many ways to find the best deals on accommodation. I have stayed in budget hostels, dorms, camp sites, gone couchsurfing, and stayed in some of the nicest hotels in the world. No matter where I stay I love renting homes and apartments and experiencing a new city as a local would when I can.
Travel tech can help you save money on the road. Whether is avoiding extra fees on your smart phone or simply using it to book your next room there are a lot of great tools available.
Need a little travel inspiration? Read these interviews I did with some of my favorite travelers.
Learning a new language is difficult but you don’t need to be an expert to mix it up with the locals. A few phrases go a long way and most people appreciate the effort of someone trying to speak their language.
General Travel Tips