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5 Tips For Couples Traveling On A Budget

Travelers Today       By    Kareen Liez Datoy

Updated: Jun 03, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

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Are you traveling with your partner? If you are, make sure that your vacation will not be ruined just because you and your partner are stressed about money matters. So, if you are traveling on a budget with your special someone, we have some tips for you.

1. Shop smart. When buying souvenir items, check your budget and buy only those that fits your available money. It is okay to buy items like that but you have to make sure that you have the fund. Remember to allocate money to more important things first. Aside from that, make sure that you can bring it with you and you have enough space in the bag. If it will just be the reason for an excess baggage which you will pay extra, then it isn't worth it, Lonely Travel suggested.

2. Book early. If you book early, you will pay lesser and you can get what you want in terms of accommodation in a hotel and others. When you book late, you might even need to pay more.

3. Check deals and packages. There are many deals and packages for couples that will help you save a lot of money. But see to it that you check first if you really can save money or not. Also, check for vouchers and discount cards that you can buy for accommodation, food, and to visit various places in the area.

4. Drive. If the area you are visiting could be accessed through a road trip, then do that. This way, you can save more since it is a cheaper option than flying. Aside from that, you will also be able to visit different places that will make your trip even more memorable.

5. Slow down. You don't have to visit all the places in the area if your budget does not permit. Choose those that are interesting for both of you. Or you can just spend time together in different places which don't need a lot of money. What is important is that you are together. According to Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid, authors of Mangoes & Curry Leaves: Culinary Travels Through the Great Subcontinent, "Travel can be the renewal of a relationship."

Another important thing is communication. Both of you should be able to connect while on the trip to avoid misunderstanding and to make sure that you talk about everything like money matters before and during the trip, Budget Travel suggested.

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