By JOSH FRIEDMAN For US persons or anyone who has access to US credit cards, the Chase Sapphire Preferred (CSP) is a no-brainer right now… if you can reasonably afford to spend $4,000 in the next 3 months; if you have opened 4 or fewer personal credits cards in the last 24 months; if you
By JOSH FRIEDMAN Though widely considered to be a prestigious travel document, the United States passport has fallen to 38th place in the passport rankings compiled by tax and immigration consultancy Nomad Capitalist. Nomad Capitalist, led by global citizenship expert Andrew Henderson, publishes a passport index that differs fundamentally from other passport rankings FreeManPost has
Work in paradise Okay, it’s not exactly a hostel. It’s effectively a resort. But there is a hostel component to New Teddy’s On The Beach, located in beautiful Jambiani on the east coast of the the main island of Zanzibar, Tanzania. This beach resort of sorts has dorm beds placed inside big beach huts that
By JOSH FRIEDMAN In the first-ever nomadic journalism webinar, I reveal my formula for traveling to 20+ countries a year and share some stories from the reporting trails. Where should you be based? How can you find news to cover? And what are some of the tricks of the trade of a globetrotting journalist?
By JACLYN SNOW You can learn to sail across the sea, swing on vines through a cloud forest, or ride horses into the sunset for free when you are willing to work in exchange for accommodation in your travels! This is my third and final article covering the topic of work-exchange for free/cheap travel. In
By JACLYN SNOW If you’ve always wondered how so many young people afford extended travel, look no further for your answer than here! In my last article I wrote about how to travel for free doing work exchange (or “volunteer-for-stay”), by which you exchange your services for free accommodation and meals while you travel, and gain an incredible
By JACLYN SNOW Many young people these days travel for extended amounts of time, while the rest of the world wonders how they afford it. I personally traveled for 14 months on what I had previously anticipated to be a 3 month budget, which led to many people asking whether my family was funding me
By JACLYN SNOW Grey camping is an opportunity created by the sharing economy which allows people to experience camping on private property with permission of the owner and a small fee, instead of staying at a large-scale popular campsite or totally roughing it in the wild. Grey camping spots all over the world are available