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Budget Travel: 6 tips for making your travels cost less and last longer

The Broke Backpacker has been travelling the world for eight years on a shoestring budget. Here's his golden advice for cutting costs overseas, to travel further and longer

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9 budget-friendly trips

Want to travel further - and longer - on a limited budget? These tour operator trips offer fantastic value for money

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Belize on a budget

There are two Belizes. There’s the pricy, packaged resort one. But then there’s budget Belize, which combines world-class snorkelling and indigenous culture, and offers a more in-depth look at this diverse country

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12 travel classics vs budget options

Want to travel more but pay less? Here’s how to enjoy the world's 12 ultimate travel experiences for less – and the low cost alternatives...

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7 trips worth blowing your budget for

These amazing trips are as big on wow-factor as they are on price – if you've got the budget, you'll want to blow it!

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Croatia on a budget

A flight to an unknown city, a loose plan and a small budget results in the discovery of wild Croatia – the Mediterranean as it used to be

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How to see the Northern Lights on a budget

Want an unforgettable trip on the cheap? You don't get much more spectacular than the Northern Lights – here's how to see them for less than £250 (yes, really!)

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The budget airline cabin baggage guide

Popping off for a quick city break? Don't get caught out by excessive cabin baggage fees!

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How to make your budget go further in Europe

Longer. Further. Cheaper. DJ Yabis has the tools to help you get more from your dream trip to Europe

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The Galapagos Islands on a budget

Visiting the Galapagos Island doesn't have to cost the earth. Bob Around The World tells you how to save money – and still enjoy everything the islands have to offer

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Mexican ruins on a budget

Wander Woman, Marie Javins, on the cheapest way to get to Mexico's famous ruins

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Varanasi to Darjeeling on a budget

Wander Woman Marie Javins takes the long way from Varanasi to Darjeeling. And sees the country transform

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How to do Classic Japan on a budget, including Tokyo, Kyoto and Mt Fuji

You might think experiencing Japan means spending a fortune, but with cheap flights and transport deals, free sights and a bit of inside knowledge, it’s more affordable to visit than ever..

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5 unique British adventures to suit any budget

With the local currency in the doldrums, there’s never been a better time to visit the UK. It’s time to make your pounds go further

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Gear Reviews: budget boots for summer hiking

As the weather warms, walking boots become all about comfort and getting good protection at a lighter weight. Here are six of the best available for £120 or less

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Botswana on a budget - exploring Chobe, Makgadikgadi and the Okavango Delta

Botswana is a land bursting with incredible wildlife and known for its high-priced luxury camps, but there is another way to safari through the country, if you’re prepared to muck in…

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4 of the best travel apps

New technology has changed the way we travel – will these four travel apps make you want to embrace smart phones and tablets on the road?

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Get paid to travel – become a travel blogger

Could you build a successful career as a travel blogger? This expert guide could help you on your way...

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The 100 greatest travel experiences

Over the years, you've told us your ultimate travel experiences – so here it is, the definitive travel wish list...

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When travel goes wrong

Five salutary lessons on why you should never travel without good insurance

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The 5 easiest jobs to travel with

Want to travel longer by making money on the road? Long-term traveller Jonny Blair nominates the jobs that will take your further

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What happened to the travel journalist?

Inside every D-list celeb there’s a Z-list TV travel presenter fighting to get out. Tragically, says Hazel Plush, many succeed, funded by our licence fee! Grrr...

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Wanderlust's travel plans for 2012

Need trip inspiration for 2012? Or simply want to know the Wanderlust team a bit better? Check out some of our travel plans for the year ahead

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Could you write a travel blog?

Learn how to share your travel experiences online, find a niche and boost your profile with our travel blogging masterclass

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Travel insurance: frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about travel insurance (yes, it's boring, but it is essential...)

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Travel Photo of the Year - post analysis

There are two types of people who enter travel competitions: those who listen to what the judges are looking for, and those who don't and just send in anything

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Allergic to travel?

Asthma and allergies are on the rise, but they needn't curb your travel plans. Here we help you see the world without wheezing

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Top 10 endangered travel traditions

Penny Walker takes a look at the travel traditions to be put on the endangered list as technology takes over

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Get Paid To Travel: How to become a 'superstar blogger' and travel the world

One of the world’s top travel bloggers Matthew Kepnes, aka Nomadic Matt, has 5 fast practical tips on improving your blog and becoming a travel blogging superstar

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The Wanderlust guide to the best of rail travel

In this hyper-connected world there is no reason travel should be super-fast too. Discover why the romance of rail still rules

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Travel in the blogosphere

Personal satisfaction, sharing stories with friends and family, or reaching out to a wider audience: travel and technology

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Access all areas: disabled travel

Travelling with a wheelchair has its challenges - but follow accessible travel expert Gordon Rattray's advice and you'll have an adventure

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Confessions of a travel writer: An uncertain future

Travel writing might be a dream job for many people, but the industry is in flux. Is Nick Boulos a dying breed?

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How to create an iconic travel magazine

Wanderlust editor-in-chief Lyn Hughes looks back on 20 years of publishing the UK's favourite travel magazine – and on what lies ahead

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5 tips for adventure travel photographers

Winner of last year's People category in the Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition, Johnny Lawlor, offers his tips on how to take adventurous shots

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The hot list: where to travel in 2015

Stuck for new travel ideas? We've got our eye on 10 different places – read on for our inside scoop on the best emerging destinations for 2015...

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10 biggest travel health expenses

Travel health costs can quickly mount up when you’re planning an exotic trip – but scrimp on essentials at your peril...

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6 tips for travel health happiness

It’s certain most of us find happiness when we travel, here we look at how hitting the road can keep you both happy and healthy

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25 tips for better travel photos

Our panel of experts explain how to make next year’s travel photos your best ever, using only what you’ve already got: a camera and your imagination

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Paul Theroux: 'How I write travel books'

The world's greatest living travel writer reveals how he fell into writing travel narratives and what he loves about the genre

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The top 18 travel blogs you must read

We've scoured web rankings and social media to compile the ultimate list of travel's most important, useful and entertaining blogs

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How will travel influence your child's path to adulthood?

Melanie Gow looks back with pride at how travel has made her son the man he is today

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Simon Reeve on his life-changing travel experiences

Winner of Best Travel TV Show in the Reader Travel Awards 2014, Simon Reeve talks to Wanderlust about buying fake Somali passports, getting malaria and eating penis soup

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Are your children getting the most out of travel?

Edwina Cagol reflects on the challenges of getting her young children to engage with travel. And whether a theme park counts as a cultural experience...

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Hilary Bradt talks... the love/loathe of travel

The Bradt Travel Guides founder travels a lot – but still sometimes needs to remind herself how much she likes it

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Confessions of a travel writer: Why great guides are essential

A tour guide can make or break a holiday – but they're even more important to travel writers. Here's why...

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How to win Wanderlust's Travel Photo of the Year competition

Are you thinking of entering our annual travel photography competition? Give your entry a head start with this advice from one of the judges...

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How to survive long-distance bus travel in the USA

It's not be the fastest or most comfortable way to get around the USA, but bus travel is undoubtedly one of the most affordable. These tips will help your experience go seamlessly

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Confessions of a travel writer: diva demands and travel tantrums

"Don't you know who I am?!" This is what happens when the 'glamour' of travel writing goes to your head...

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