How to Create a Travel Budget for Your Trip
Are you someone who feels stuck before you even get started planning a trip? Does the word budget make you feel dread and panic? Have you been putting off that bucket list trip because it always seems out of reach? Today we break down the essentials of planning a budget using two strategies that Shelly and I have used to make our bucket list trips a reality. And stick around to hear about our new found travel love and a hack to skip the nitty gritty of budget planning.
Today we are talking about all things travel budget. We have a few different strategies when it comes to planning a budget.
We will learn about:
There are two ways to build a budget: destination specific and date specific.
Destination Specific Budgets:
Destination specific takes more planning but you can more easily check off specific bucket lists. For example, if you want to see the Northern Lights in Norway, you will probably be hard pressed to make that a super budget trip. It's a popular season and an expensive destination. So instead, we will give you the tools to build a specific budget for that destination.
Date Specific Budget:
Date specific (which is all we talk about in our Travel Talk episode) gives you much more flexibility and is less time consuming, but it does require a bit of trust that you’ll enjoy the destination that is “chosen” for you. I’ll explain that a little more as we go.
We also have a fun little bonus that allows you to minimize your planning efforts while also going to specific bucket list destinations.
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