Hiking the Himalayas: how to hike on a budget

Hiking should always be free, but sometimes there are things you have to pay for. Permits and park fees, food, accommodation, and good gear are essential. Hiking in Nepal is spectacular but costs can add up really quickly when you pay for three meals a day, snacks, drinks, and guesthouses, plus more if you have …

How to go plastic free while travelling!

It's no secret that humans are slowly destroying the planet thanks to global warming and a whole host of other problems we've caused, like the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. According to Greenpeace, an estimated 12.7 million tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans EVERY YEAR. "Travelling on ocean currents this plastic is now turning …

How to Travel on a Budget in 2018 | Partnered Post

When you are on the move it's hard (and often very limiting) to carry everything you need on your back. However, this can present a bit of a dilemma, you don’t want to waste money buying items you only need for a few days, but equally risking missing these experiences altogether isn’t ideal either. Well happily there now is a middle ground available, with peer-to-peer rental platforms like Fat Lama allowing you to borrow kit cheaply from people in the local area.