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How Much Does It Cost To Travel the World?

Ryan February 18th, 2016
How Much Does It Cost To Travel the World?

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All travelers dream about traveling the world, but some believe it’s too expensive. And others might think it sounds magnificent, but how much would it cost?

Luckily, travel blogger Lauren Juliff from Never Ending Footsteps has revealed her 2015 expenses in her latest blog post ‘How much does it cost to travel the world for a year?

Now for those of you that are interested in taking your adventures around the world, while you work. We found three group travel services that are aiming to make remote work effortless, so let’s take a closer look.


1. Remote YearRemote Year allows a group of 75 professionals to come together and spend a whole year working, traveling and exploring 12 cities around the world. And they are currently taking applications for the next group of travelers to leave June 1, 2016. 


Really getting into it...

Posted by Remote Year on Tuesday, January 12, 2016


Which countries are on the itinerary list? And what currencies will I need?

  1. Prague, Czech Republic - Czech Republic Koruna (CZK)
  2. Belgrade, Serbia - Serbian Dinar (RSD)
  3. Istanbul, Turkey - Turkey Lira (TRY)
  4. Lisbon, Portugal - European Central Bank Euro (EUR)*
  5. Rabat, Morocco - Morocco Dirham (MAD)
  6. Valencia, Spain - European Central Bank Euro (EUR)*
  7. Mexico City, Mexico - Mexico Peso (MXN)*
  8. Bogotá, Colombia - Colombia Peso (COP)
  9. Medellin, Colombia - Colombia Peso (COP)
  10. La Paz, Bolivia - Bolivian Boliviano (BOB)
  11. Córdoba, Argentina - Argentine Peso (ARS)
  12. Buenos Aires, Argentina - Argentine Peso (ARS)

How much does it cost?

It’s $27,000 for the entire year. And you must submit a $5,000 deposit then pay $2,000 a month for eleven months.


What is included?

Full accommodation, all travel between destinations, and a common workspace available 24/7 in each city. Remote Year will also organize tours, events, speaker days and other activities.



2. The Remote Experience: The Remote Experience is currently taking applications to launch its excursion in June 2016. They have a four month program that brings together 30 remote professionals to work, live and travel to four countries. 


Istanbul is predicted to become one of the top 5 most visited cities in the world this year. By joining the top 5,...

Posted by The Remote Experience on Thursday, January 7, 2016


Which countries are on the itinerary list? And what currencies will I need?

  1. Croatia - Croatia Kuna (HRK)
  2. Italy - European Central Bank Euro (EUR)*
  3. Turkey - Turkey Lira (TRY)
  4. Czech Republic - Czech Republic Koruna (CZK)


How much will it cost?

It’s $10,000 for four months. And you must submit a $3,000 deposit then pay $1,750 a month.


What is included? 

Full accommodation, all travel between destinations, monthly networking events, co-working spaces dependent on each city and reliable Internet throughout. Remote Experience will also provide travelers insurance, as well as local ambassadors in each destination to guide travelers. 



3. Terminal 3: Terminal 3 is currently taking applications for 30 working professionals to explore six counties in six months. You would leave June 2016, but hurry because the next batch of applicant’s deadline is February 29.

“I haven’t been everywhere,but it’s on my list.”-S.Sontag #t3borderless #travel #voyager #Reise #resa #viajar #rejse pic.twitter.com/yoW4wJKXAx

— Terminal 3 (@Terminal3dotco) February 16, 2016


Which countries are on the itinerary list? And what currencies will I need?

  1. Lisbon, Portugal - European Central Bank Euro (EUR)*
  2. Morocco - Morocco Dirham (MAD)
  3. Istanbul, Turkey - Turkey Lira (TRY)
  4. Seoul Korea - Korean Won (KRW)
  5. Hanoi, Vietnam - Vietnam Dong (VND)
  6. Indonesia - Indonesia Rupiah (IDR)


How much will is cost?

It’s a grand total of £9,200 for six months, which is an estimated total of about $13,148 in US dollars. First you pay an upfront fee of £2,000 ($2,859) and once your application is approved then you pay £1,200 ($1,715) monthly. 


What is included?

Full accommodation is included along with travel between destinations, central co-working spaces in each location, get together meals twice a week with the group, weekly language and yoga classes. Terminal also participates in community impact days, so the experience will include some form of philanthropic work.


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