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The Best 23 Resources for Cheap, Free, or Paid Travel (Part 1)

The Best 23 Resources for Cheap, Free, or Paid Travel (Part 1)
The Best 23 Resources for Cheap, Free, or Paid Travel (Part 1) Welcome to Escape Normal! If you came here looking for ways to travel for free, you are in the right place. From volunteer trips to vacations to short term jobs abroad, this list covers the spectrum of affordable and paid travel opportunities. Pair it with my eBook, “How to Become the Jack of All Travel: A Beginner’s Guide to Traveling the World for Free,” and you will be well on your way to living your travel dreams. 1: Work Away Definitely my new favorite site, I haven’t yet signed up for membership but I plan on doing so immediately after I graduate. 2: Escape Normal Jobs Search for seasonal jobs all over the world, from work-exchanges on exotic retreat centers in Costa Rica to adventure kayak tour-guide positions. 3: Back Door Jobs This is for the adventurous type who still wants to make money while traveling. 4: Coolworks 5: Couchsurfing This is a great resource, especially for younger people. 7: Help Exchange 9: Kibbutz

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The Best Resources for Cheap, Free, and Paid Travel (Part 2) The Best Resources for Cheap, Free, and Paid Travel (Part 2) Welcome to Escape Normal! If you came here looking for ways to travel for free, you have reached the right place. From volunteer trips to vacations to short term jobs abroad, this list covers the spectrum of affordable and paid travel opportunities. Pair it with my eBook, “How to Become the Jack of All Travel: A Beginner’s Guide to Traveling the World for Free,” and you will be well on your way to living your travel dreams. From the rugged to the office job, and from the corners of the US to the corners of the world, here are the top sites on the internet to help you live out your travel for free dreams.

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