With this fully updated edition featuring new chapters on traveling
in China, Japan, and India, you will discover how to travel
cheaper, longer, and smarter.
Matt Kepnes is a native of Boston but calls the world home now. After a trip to Thailand in 2005 inspired him to travel more, he quit his job and set off around the world. More than six years later, he is still exploring new lands and helping others do the same.
Praise for How to Travel the World on $50 a Day
"A bible for budget travellers."--BBC Travel "Whether you're a savvy backpacker or just dreaming of getting a passport and going overseas, Matt's collection of easy-to-employ money-saving strategies will open your eyes to the near-infinite ways of seeing the world without busting your budget." --Matt Gross, former New York Times Frugal Traveler "If you've longed to travel the world but figured it was just an unattainable pipe-dream, take that pipe out of your mouth and read this book. Matt Kepnes does the math and shows you how to make this dream a reality, from how to save for an extended trip, which credit card to get, how to handle banking on the road, to a breakdown of how to save on accommodations, transportation, food, and activities. Matt proves that for most Americans, traveling is cheaper than staying home." --Marilyn Terrell, National Geographic Traveler "A celeb in the travel blogging world, Matt is your go-to guy for all things budget backpacker. This book is an awesome resource for any traveler looking to maximize their adventures without maxing out their credit cards." --Julia Dimon, Travel Writer, Outside TV "There are very few people in the world who have gathered as much first-hand knowledge about long-term world travel as Nomadic Matt. This book will guide you from the first exclamation of 'I'm going traveling!' through the planning, take-off, and navigation. Filled with insider strategies and resources, it's a valuable primer for your upcoming adventures." --Tim Leffel, author of The World's Cheapest Destinations