I am curious to know what budgets you have made for yourself when planning a longer trip.
I am planning to go to India for 6 months, but now it might be that I will be away for a year. Potentially, if I don't feel like spending my entire 12 months in India I am very interested in going to South America and travel to a few different countries there.
I am wondering just in general what budgets you have made for yourselves when planning to be away for roughly 6 - 12 months. I realise there are differences in living costs, etc. in the countries I mentioned here, but I am interested in all kinds of differents budgets to get a rough idea of what is managable.
New Zealand has always been on my list of places to visit (LOTR fan). But i never managed to get enough time to plan for it. Now i have a week off in January and was thinking of going for it. I have done very little research on how to get there since i've just started thinking about it. So any help i get here will be very valuable.
Visa - I have an Indian passport and living in united states currently. Can i manage to get the visa work done by december?
Itinerary - From what i've read so far, a week is enough for just south part of the country. Do you think i should just stick to south?
Cost - I'm thinking nothing more than 1500-2000 USD and that includes flights and car rental. Is it doable? How expensive is NZ?
Hey r/Shoestring. I've been looking for holidays away in the new year (just started a new job), and found the following sweet flights from London I think you'd enjoy
If like me you enjoy skiing, then this one one you'll want to hop on! Who knows, we might bump into one another on the pistes ⛷
Average temperature this time of year: -1°c
|SEN||GVA||Fri, 10 Jan @ 08:30||Sun, 12 Jan @ 09:45||Easy Jet||£37|
Average temperature this time of year: 16°c
Me and my buddies were planning on going to Morocco and other countries for about a month.
Cheapest way to Europe for us is to fly into Paris
Just wondering what other countries we should incorporate into this trip.
Potential ones we were thinking: Spain, Portugal, Italy (Venice), Greece, Croatia, Montenegro. Etc
Edit: planning to go in May
First off, I think both of these subscriptions are great and allow for some super cheap round trip itineraries.
That said I am also looking for the absolute cheapest deals on some one-way tickets out of California, are there any other services that are constantly on the lookout and have an email list but for one-way tickets specifically/also?
Sometimes I jump on Skyscanner and punch in the "Anywhere" button and just kinda daydream...
My friend and I are both 20 year old college students that obviously don’t have a lot of money, but we’ve been really looking into traveling to Norway next year in the spring or summer. Does anyone have any recommendations on where to go/what to do? We don’t want to spend a lot of money, and we’re interested in going hiking and seeing the nature side of Norway. Any tips would be appreciated!
Dec 23, 2012