Karisas travelsGives complete visa & travel guide, because over time we noticed what we all want in live is travel, meet people and above all fall in love just to be happy. Therefore we help you travel places, be you an Adventurer, Photographer or Professional we'll get you safely to your destination 10 Tips For Travelling Cheap
Taking on the World, One City at a Time
Taking on the world one city at a time is very possible, as long as you involve planning.
How Did I Save for World Travel?
A round the world trip is not as expensive as you assume. Most anyone reading this post has the ability to save for travel if it’s a true priority. As regular A Little Adrift readers have surmised, I don’t live off of a trust fund. My family is quite poor and I put myself through college with merit-based scholarships.
LET THE JOURNEY BEGIN
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Karisa's Tips & Tricks For Traveling Cheap
First and foremost consult a travel Agent
Be sure of your travel Date
Ask questions about airlines and their conditions
What re the Layover Time?
How many Stop Overs?
WHat Departure city and arrival city Could be the cheapest ?
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Karisas Top 10 Destinations
Why Sao Tome and Principe isn’t more popular than it is, is a bit of a mystery to us. The country is untouched and unspoiled with amazing sights, including sea turtle nesting beaches, virgin rainforest, and spectacular mountains. Villages are friendly and surrounded by lush gardens of cacao and coffee. There are great hiking opportunities over mountain ridges, to waterfalls, or even through dark water tunnels. Crime is unheard of and nobody is trying to sell you anything or asking for money. Maybe because of the rare flight connections, Sao Tome and Principe have received few visitors, but luckily those few have been sufficient to create an adequate selection of small guest houses, colonial plantation stays and luxury resorts – and even a gourmet restaurant. Nobody says a far-flung destination has to be rough.