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Think you can’t afford to travel the world? Well, we have 10 ways for you to see the world without spending a penny.

Here Are The Ways, How To Travel For Cheap!

1. Couchsurfing

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Couchsurfing is an awesome way to connect with locals and get a bed/sofa for free! We can all appreciate a free bed for a night! Check out 10 Reasons Why You Should Try CouchSurfing!

For a night of 2 or 3, you could stay on the couch, on your own room or even a canvas out back for free. The benefit of CouchSurfing is that you’ll able to experience an area with the local.

2. WWOOFing

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WOOFING is a great way to get to know a country and it’s culture by working a few hours a day in return for bed and board. Mainly set out on rural properties this is a very popular option for backpackers looking to save money!

WWOOF organizations connect people who want to live and want to have lessons on organic farms and smallholdings with people who desire to share their lifestyles, coach new skills, and welcome volunteer help. This practice is pretty common in Africa, America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania.

WWOOF hosts food, accommodation, and opportunities to live and learn about biological/organic growing and farming.

3. Homestay/Work Away

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Similar to WOOFING, you do a few hours work in return for accommodation. Whether you are just helping around the house or assisting with your hosts business, you get your accommodation for free!

4. House Sitting

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Lots of people hate to leave their home unoccupied whilst they go away on holiday or for business. So, they like to have someone trustworthy to look after their place and maybe even ask for you to feed their pets or do gardening and stay for free! You can find some pretty incredible places to look after. Surprisingly, there are many people who are following it and with multiple established websites, it’s very much convinient to get started.

5. Volunteer Abroad

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There are a lot of volunteer options, however, most like to charge you to do it! Do plenty of research or contact an organization directly to see if you can help them out in return for bed and board!

6. Dumpster Diving

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Hate how shopping centers throw away tonnes of perfectly edible food at the end of each day? Why not grab it for yourself! Just be aware that this is illegal in some countries so check before you dive on in!

7. Hitchhiking

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Seen by a lot of people to be dangerous, hitchhiking is a popular option for many travelers who want to travel long distances without spending a lot of money. Also, in some parts of the world, hitchhiking is common, accepted, and generally safe.

Always remember to use good judgment when accepting a ride. If in case the vehicles or its occupants give you a bad vibe, then better not to accept the ride.

8. Work for Accommodation

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One of the best free travel ways includes volunteering at a hostel or homestay. Lots of hostels, especially in Australia offer a work exchange! Normally, the hours are long and you will either be working the reception or cleaning toilets, however, as accommodation is your largest expense, it will save you a small fortune!

9. Free Food Bins

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Most hostels have big boxes situated in the kitchen area where backpackers can drop any unwanted food items before they check out.

10. Got skills? Become an instructor

If you’re skillful enough in a sporting activity such as surfing, rock climbing, skiing, mountain biking—you might able to get a job abroad teaching other people the ropes. Also, if you speak different languages, it may also be a huge benefit since most tourism agencies depend on their instructors to communicate with several international customers. So, adventure work proves to be a great place for potential instructor jobs across the world.

11. Free Walking Tours

If you are traveling to the nation about which you know a lot, especially the importance of monuments within a specific area, historical monuments. So, why not go for a walking tour guide. A dozen of guided tours are free, but you actually work for tips. While the tips might not earn that much money, it can very well cover the price of your meals for a whole week!

12. Show Off Your Talent with Resort Entertainment

Are you an entertainer? whether your specialty is dancing, singing or even magic tricks, then you can get the positions available with cruise ships all over the world.

Working with a cruise line gives the opportunity to earn a salary, free accommodation and to travel for free, and so on. Of course, you have to audition, but if you have that special talent from which you want to shine and you achieve this position, then you will get to pay to do what you like, travel, and perform.

13. Teach in the US with AmeriCorps

Although you may not be able to travel outside of the United States with the AmeriCorps, you will be placed in a new city to work as a teacher and role model under one of its programs. Members of the American corporation usually work in low-income communities based on this program, who work with children in various aspects such as homework assistance and tuition.

Some programs are carried out in environmental field research such as a survey of salmon calculations and analysis of watersheds. Further helping out the communities who might be in need, members can delay their university loans, get a monthly stipend, and can grant help in paying for grad school.

14. Diaspora Youth Programs

Generally, Birthright programs resemble with the young Jewish community via Birthright Israel in which 18-26-year-olds from all over the world get an expense-paid trip for 10 days to connect with Israel.

However, for those who are not Jewish, these programs work towards cultures such as Birthright Armenia which reimburses travel expenses to Armenia, considering they commit a minimum of two months to intern or volunteer in different fields such as hospitals, news agencies, government offices, and environments NGOs in Armenia.

Other similar programs include ReConnect Hungary, Heritage Greece, or the Love Boat Study Program for Chinese or Taiwanese descent teens.