Book or transport with offers & sale & take stay with Airbnb or in hostels. Book Ur transport when it available in cheap rates & also book it by reward points of different programs of airlins or sites.
This is one of the basic questions everyone asks.
here are few of the tips to travel cheaply.
- Try to stay in hostels, because accommodation is where you spend much.
- Try to take night journeys to avoid accommodation.
- Use public transportation as much as possible.
- Book your tickets prior, this can save you a lot.
- Eat local food and avoid fancy restaurants while travelling.
Hope this would help.
Hi, following are the options that should fit your budget; 1) Shared travelleing : This applies mainly if you need to ply by autos for locations near and a bit far. Advantage - you can judge whether the per passenger price is more or less correct 2) Buses : Fixed rates and reliable, able to reach specific tourist points 3) Hitch hiking - If nothing works, and the only option is to request for a lift., its hitch hiking. The advantage - Free transport (depends if the rider agrees). Risk - you need to put trust in people.
Book transport , hotels at very cheap rates and prebokk all things as well as try to use public transport ...I know in India public transport are not so much good and comfortable but still they are cheaper then your own car or cab facility
Hi Bhavuk For a budget trip travel by bus or train, stay in hostels/zostels and eat at dhaba. Don't buy water bottles. Keep a waterbottle with you and whereever you see drinking water fill it. The more luxurious your trip will be then more costly it will be.
There are many tips and tricks but basic key is research. Decide your budget, research all options of stay and transportation, then choose transportation according to time you have. After choosing transportation whatever is left should be divided into stay, food and other activities. Mostly hostels are good options. Their staff gives you lots of information, you can cook there and get assistance of other backpackers.
1. Always plan your trips in advance. This will help you save a lot of money on flights and trains(by getting the normal tickets instead of having to book tatkal tickets at extra charge).
2. If you're travelling solo, you can save a lot of money by staying at hostels. You get all the amenities at almost a third of the price you'd have to pay at a hotel. Also, the rates at hostels are usually standard throughout the year, its just the question of availability.
If you're traveling in a group, you can compare the cost of hotels to what you'd have to pay for the same group at a hostel. Also, if you're going on a long trip, its always better to book an apartment rather than a hotel. That way, you can save money on breakfast and stuff, by cooking it on your own.
3. Public transport will help you save a lot of money, especially when travelling abroad.
4. Most importantly, always follow the rules. You don't want to be caught in a tourist place breaking a traffic rule or any other law for that matter. Tourists are usually charged hefty amounts as compared to the locals. And in general as well, rules are made for everyone's safety and should be followed.
Let's just say it: Sticking to a budget while
traveling is extremely difficult. Not only are flights and lodging pricey, but activity fees, cabs, and on-the-go meals can add up quickly. And don't even get us started on stuff like exchange rates and foreign transaction fees. But just because we're watching our bank accounts doesn't mean we're cool with missing out on seeing the world.
There are plenty of small strategies you can implement while traveling that will help save dough without ruining the fun and spontaneity of being in a new place. In some cases, it might even make your experience feel more authentic. We asked four bona fide travel experts — women whose passport stamps inspire serious FOMO — to share their strategies for saving money on everything from flights to food. Read on to hear what they had to say.
"Be flexible with your travel dates," suggests Beth Whitman, a women's travel expert and the founder of
WanderTours.com. "When searching for flights, if you can be flexible on the day and time you’re flying, you can search for the least expensive options and book accordingly. Most airlines and online travel agent sites give you the ability to choose flexible dates to find the best fares."
While this can be difficult if you're trying to be somewhere for a wedding or holiday, if you work at a company that allows you to sometimes work from home (or you just have extra time off you can take), consider flying to your destination a little or earlier or leaving a little later than you normally might.
"With most people trying to get home in time for work, airlines usually hike up the prices for weekend flights. Instead of traveling back on Sunday, which tends to be a peak day, try flying home Monday or Tuesday to avoid the extra costs," agrees
Ariana Pierce, a travel influencer and the founder of Style & Travel Girl.
1) Plan your trip in advance and do your research 2) book the flights early to get low rates. 3) check if you can get any discount on flight and accomodation in your credit debit card 4) Prefer hostel over hotels if travelling with friends or solo 5) save on food by eating in budget or street side stalls instead of luxary restaurant 6) walk were ever you can 7) otp for public transport instead of private cabs