Visit websites like Animal Aunts, where you can care for and maintain
a variety of different animals when their owners need help, if you're a passionate animal lover looking for a little break from your daily routine.
By sacrificing a little time, you’ll be able to experience some free travel to new places of the country/world that you’ve always wanted to see.
Looking after someone’s house is much easier than babysitting and includes some free travel.
Who knows what happens to all those camper vans that travelers use to traverse continents and nations?
Depending on the company, you can be offered an all expenses paid trip to return the vehicle to the point of origin – in some cases, thousands of miles across the other side of the country.
All you need is a driving license, a good eye for maps and an explorer’s spirit! It’s a great way to grab some free travel experiences.
Remember I mentioned about a barter, well, this is the perfect example for free travel.
Volunteer and earn a holiday. If you have some free time, and no budget, this is a great way to see some new places.
A good way to make the most of your own skills is to help others learn your native tongue.
Language programs and TEFL assignments are run in lots of different countries and by volunteering your time you can actually earn yourself a little free travel without spending any $$$.
One other, nifty, way to travel for free is by utilising that spending you might already be doing at home.
Building up loyalty points with bank accounts, Store Loyalty schemes, cash back websites and credit and or debit cards is a great way to travel for free.
Consider hand delivering crucial products for other people if you're taking a vacation and want to recoup some of your expenses.
This works well if you’re travelling to key destinations. Set your price to cover your costs – a great way to see new places!
Each of us has a unique set of skills that we love to share and use.
If you’re a skier, a yoga instructor, a surfer, keen hiker, or a photographer, you can actually share these skills through a type of barter service with companies and groups that require instructors.