Ways You Can Make Money and Travel the World

Ways You Can Make Money and Travel the World

Here on the blog I’m always making the claim that you can make money and travel much more easily than most people think. If you’re in that age range, the working holiday visa might just be your best option to make money and travel. Travel Blogging– It’s not easy to earn a big income with a travel blog. If you’re looking for some extra cash to help fund part of your travels, while keeping the world informed of your adventures, starting a travel blog might be your answer.

Travel/Tourism Industry-– This won’t ensure that you’re on the road all the time, but a job in the travel industry at home might be perfect for some. A steady paycheck, plenty of good networking possibilities and if you end up in the right position, you’ll just have to travel as part of your work.

Travel Blogging– It’s not easy to earn a big income with a travel blog. The amount of time/effort required to do so is much more than most people imagine. If you’re looking for some extra cash to help fund part of your travels, while keeping the world informed of your adventures, starting a travel blog might be your answer. (Have a look at the high quality, extremely useful Superstar Blogging Course by Nomadic Matt if you’re serious about earning money from your blog.).

Fruit-Picking– Get out into the sun, grab a basket and start picking fruit. Such an option is quite common for travelers/backpackers passing through Australia and the pay can include payment per kilo of fruit you pick, room, board or any combination of the three.

Here on the blog I’m always making the claim that you can make money and travel much more easily than most people think. I want to help you answer those questions above.

Travel Writing– If you’re a decent writer, there are opportunities out there to write about your experiences and the destinations you visit and then have those articles published on websites or online magazines. It’s not an easy business, but if you can get a couple of articles published and start to establish yourself, your articles might soon become sought after.

Sell Timeshares– If you were born to be a salesperson, then head to Greece, Thailand, Mexico, the Caribbean or any other major resort area and you can find work selling timeshares. These resorts want salespeople who can relate to their potential customers, so they prefer to have Americans selling to Americans, Italians selling to Italians and so on. The earning potential is huge in this line of work.

Chances are that these very thoughts have indeed crossed your mind (they cross all of our minds at some point!) and there’s also a chance that you haven’t found any answers. As a result, you’ve still yet to take that first step and start traveling and as time passes by, you start to wonder if you’ll ever achieve your travel goals.

If you’re in that age range, the working holiday visa might just be your best option to make money and travel. It allows you stay in a country for up to one year and in some cases, to apply for and work in any position you want.

Day-Trading– It may not be for everyone, but there are people out there earning a living and traveling as a result of their day trading efforts.

Mystery Shopper- You can help people purchase item from oversea and bring back to their country, and the customer will be paid you some tips such as the website Grabean is a platform for traveler to earn some money while travel.

Have you ever asked yourself, “How will I possibly make money while traveling?” or “How will I survive on the road?” or maybe “How can I can’t start traveling when I don’t have much money?”.

Selling Goods Online– Found some cool product that you think others would be interested in? You could set up a website or a shop on eBay or any other type of online sales outlet and start selling.

As a result, you’ve still yet to take that first step and start traveling and as time passes by, you start to wonder if you’ll ever achieve your travel goals.

Work in a Hostel— Hostels are often looking for new staff who are willing to work some hours each day, either at reception or cleaning or maybe both, in exchange for a free bed each night. Not a bad way to save money at all.