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How Long Would It Take to Travel the World?

When thinking about traveling the world would you first think about the costs involved? If so, you are probably one of the many thousands who have been trying to come up with the cash necessary to travel the world. Some people would set aside a certain amount each year to go on vacation, but for many this amount is just not enough. But what if you could travel the world for only a small amount of money?

Of course, this would require you to save very little from your salary or savings. You would need to be disciplined though and realize that it is possible to travel the world for very little money. You would simply need to make a decision to do this. Once you begin saving money then you will soon start to see the benefits. The first time you travel the world you will experience how much money it really does add up.

Traveling around the world would take you time. This is especially true if you decide to take a traditional route and plan to visit all of the countries in the world. This means you would be spending weeks or months there and then spending time there again. Now, if you set out to travel by ship then you would spend a shorter period of time. In fact, if you were planning a trip to Europe then it would only take you four days!

What’s more is that you could save quite a bit of money if you took a package deal for your trip. For instance, if you were planning a cruise you would usually find that your vacation spot will include accommodation, meals and transportation. The packages may vary from company to company, but if you look hard enough you can find some great deals. With such a package deal you would have saved money in terms of airfare, hotel rooms, food and everything else associated with a traditional vacation.

There are also other ways you could plan your trip that will allow you to take time off and still see the world. For example, many people who are heading to the central part of South America will opt to stay at the Andes Mountains. This means that you can visit the amazing places up top for a few days and still see amazing sights. You would get to experience high altitudes, and it would be a great way to see the majesty of the Andes Mountains. Not only that, you would be able to take advantage of some incredible tours and excursions around the area.

If you are looking to travel further east, you could choose to go to places like Mongolia, China, Tibet and Alaska. You can enjoy some amazing sights, and spend a little bit of time getting to know a new culture and country. Not only that, you would end up having a wonderful time away from home while you are visiting these fascinating places. Imagine being able to have a couple of weeks on a tight budget, and still be able to see the most amazing sites around.

If you would like to travel abroad, you may be able to find package deals that will give you more time away from home. For instance, if you wanted to go to Europe for around five weeks, you would be able to find packages that would allow you to spend just part of that time in Europe. You would then take a couple of weeks off once you got back to your own country. This would allow you to see more of the European continent, and even some of the surrounding countries.

You can also choose a different type of adventure when you travel. For instance, if you want to get to the bottom of some big volcanoes and explore what lies within them, you can do so by going on an adventure tour. You can get to explore the beauty of some of the most remote and scary locations imaginable. Not only will you be seeing and doing wonderful things on these types of tours, but you would also be able to save quite a bit of money on the adventure as well.

M Odonoghue

Mike is a keen traveller and has been drifting around from country to country for several years.  At home in a camper van or living out of hotel rooms and always planning hi next trip.  Loves fishing, reading and hiking alone.

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