Budget Travel Travel Articles
Cambodia on $25 Per Day
Just a stopover on your Southeast Asia itinerary or a worthy destination into itself? James Pham makes the case for why now is the perfect time for indie travel to Cambodia.
Eight Ways to Experience the Best of Eastern Europe in Budapest
Are you looking for an alternative to Prague's overpriced restaurants and accommodation and its Disney Land feel? Try Budapest, and take a look at the following eight reasons why you should visit Budapest now before it's too late.
How to Save Money on London Theatre Hotels
London is one of the most expensive cities in the world, but Susan Radcliffe has some great tips for saving money on theatre hotels.
Unique and Affordable Paris Souvenirs
Bring Paris home with you using local resident Holly Tisseyre's tips for finding one of a kind gifts and souvenirs that don't cost too much.
"I Want to Shoot Guns!" – Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Anything you want: grenades, rocket launchers, AK-47s, Justin Pushman found it
all on the most unusual menu outside of Amsterdam.
Visiting La Serenissima – Venice, Italy (1 of 3)
Michaela Gabriel visited Venice in January, when it belongs more to the Venetians than to the tourist hoards.
Mozambique’s Game Reserves Revisited (1 of 5)
Mike Slater went back to Mozambique on assignment and had a great time in the Game Reserves.
In Search of Savages – Gamo-Gofa, Ethiopia
Outside Gamo-Gafa, K searches for members of the Mursi tribe, despite their rep
for being, well, a bit mean.
Parque Tayrona, Colombia
The jungle might be closed for cleaning, but that won't stop Justin Pushman, if
he can ignore the dealer in the hotel corner.
48 Hours on Another Planet (1 of 2) – Alpha Farm, Deadwood
Even a jaded New Yorker like Sarah Greenbaum finds much at a communal farm in
rural Oregon. Alpha and its people weather time and trouble, and keep going.