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Jason Moore

Me! Jason Moore

Of course, I’m around to answer any travel-related questions you have. I’d love to hear which trips you’re going on, so drop me an email on jason@zerototravel.com.

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Travel Podcasts Directory

Travel Podcasts Directory

The Travel Podcasts Directory is a guide to the best travel podcasts around. Browse through it to find a podcast to suit your travel needs and get inspired!

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Zero to Travel Facebook Page

Zero to Travel Facebook Page

Like Zero To Travel on Facebook to chat with other travel-obsessed folk, to get regular tips and advice, and to be inspired to make your travel dreams a reality!

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Audio Series

5 Part Audio Series

Want to quit your job and travel the world? Check out this FREE 5 Part Audio Series! Like Zero To Travel on Facebook to chat with other travel-obsessed folk, to get regular tips and advice, and to be inspired to make your travel dreams a reality!

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Location Indie

Location Indie

Location Indie is an online community of travel experts who are dedicated to sharing their wealth of knowledge with you, so that you too can be location independent.

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Flights

ITA Matrix

ITA Matrix

International house sitting is a great way to travel and live all over the world, for FREE! This guide explains everything you need to know.

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Skyscanner

Skyscanner

“The price you see on Skyscanner is the price on the airline’s site.” Well, that’s a time saver, isn’t it? This site is great because you can select “everywhere” as your destination to see flights to any destination. But don’t listen to me, try it out now, you travel junkie you…

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Discount Airlines

Discount Airlines

Once I land on a continent, I like to use low-cost carriers for my inter-country and inter-continent flights. Another way to lock in a cheap flight is to grab a ticket to a major airline hub nearby and then jump on a low-cost carrier to your final destination.

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Google Flights

Google Flights

Google Flights is a simplified version of the ITA Matrix and it’s owned by Google. This one might be more up your street if you’re new to looking for the best travel deals.

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Kayak

Kayak

Kayak is one of my favorite sites for looking for flights. It’s usually at the top of my list if I just want to do a quick flight search.

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Airline Hubs

Airline Hubs

This is a list of the hubs that airlines use as transfer points. You can use it to figure out how to save hundreds or even thousands of dollars by planning your route around these hubs. For example, if you were flying to Australia, you could check this list and see that you could book a flight to Bangkok, Thailand on a major carrier and then book a flight with Air Asia – a popular low-cost carrier – to take you the rest of the way.

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Travel Hacking

Zero to Travel Podcast

Zero to Travel Podcast

The Zero To Travel Podcast features interviews with inspiring adventurers who use a range of approaches and tools, so that they can live life on the road. Each episode is full of actionable advice and inspiring stories to help you find ways to travel endlessly and on your terms.

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Discount Airlines

Ultimate Guide to Frequent Flyer Miles

This resource is part of my buddy Travis’ website, Extra Pack of Peanuts. It’s a wealth of knowledge on frequent flyer miles and travel hacking.

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Travel Hacking Guide

A Beginner’s Guide To Travel Hacking

This guide provides an overview of travel hacking. It also takes you step-by-step through the process of earning your first free flight.

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Award Wallet

Airline Hubs

AwardWallet is the best little app out there for keeping track of your rewards points.

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Accommodations

ITA Matrix

ITA Matrix

International house sitting is a great way to travel and live all over the world, for FREE! This guide explains everything you need to know.

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HomeAway

Need to set up shop somewhere for more than a week? I’ve used homeaway for longer term rentals with fantastic results. According to their website they have “more than 625,000 properties across 163 countries."

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TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor

We all use Tripadvisor to an extent, but be cautious here. There are two things that happen on Tripadvisor: 1. You end up at a great place because the reviews are legit. 2. You end up at a terrible place because the marketing is good. Also, bear in mind that a place isn’t necessarily no good simply because it’s not on Tripadvisor. In fact, a lot of kick ass local spots are NOT on Tripadvisor.

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WWOOFing

WWOOFing

WWOOFing usually involves doing manual labor in exchange for food and accommodation. This guide explains what it is and how to get started with it.

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Hostelworld

Hostels are not just for young people. In fact, many hostels have private rooms that you can book if you don’t want to sleep next to a snoring stranger. Hint: Take earplugs if you’re hitting the dorms!

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Bidding Traveler

Priceline lets you name your own price for accommodation. Would you like to know what to bid Priceline to get the lowest price and spend the least amount of money possible? The trick is to check in with Bidding Traveler first, which shares the winning bids for Priceline rooms. Try it out. It’s almost not fair. Almost.

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Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing

Couchsurfing means staying with other people for free. Yes, free. Use the site to find a spare couch or bed in your destination, contact the host, and see if they can put you up for a night or two. This is a great way to save on accommodation costs.

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Housesitting

Housesitting

International house sitting is a great way to travel and live all over the world, for FREE! This guide explains everything you need to know.

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Work Abroad

Break Into Event Marketing

Break Into Event Marketing

Event marketing is one of the more unusual but better paid industries to work in to fund your travels. Essentially, it involves putting on large events to promote services and products in unique ways. Breaking into Event Marketing will show you how to break into the industry, even if you’ve got no experience whatsoever.

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Digital Nomad Jobs

This is a guide to the jobs you can do from anywhere. If you can land yourself one of these jobs, you’ll be able to travel indefinitely.

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WWOOFing

WWOOFing

WWOOFing usually involves doing manual labor in exchange for food and accommodation. This guide explains what it is and how to get started with it.

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17 Ways To Find 1000s Of Travel Jobs Around The World

This is a guide to seventeen different ways to find jobs that will enable you to travel. It’s a great place to start if you’re not sure what kind of work you could do.

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How to Become an Au Pair

How To Become An Au Pair

Au pairing is another great way to see a new part of the world. This guide explains exactly how to become an au pair.

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Lifestyle Business

Location Indie

Location Indie

Location Indie is an online community of travel experts who are dedicated to sharing their wealth of knowledge with you, so that you too can be location independent.

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Break Into Dropshipping

Work from Anywhere: Break Into Dropshipping

Drop shipping involves selling products to a customer via a manufacturer who ships them out for you. By drop shipping, you can sell stuff without ever actually having to handle it. This is the 101 guide to drop shipping.

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