This subreddit is for long-term travelers. There are other great subreddits out there covering anything from shoestring travel to general travel, hitchhiking to flight deals. This is more based on anything to do with long-term travel and the people who live it as a lifestyle.
A community to discuss frugal travelling, last-minute travel deals, cheap destinations, and cheap means of travel. Whether couchsurfing, camping, or staying in hostels, whether hitchhiking or staying on Airbnb, let's discuss and share the best budget travel ideas and deals!
A subreddit for world traveling Backpackers. Often confused with the other type of (wilderness) backpacker in the US, this subreddit is primarily for the travelers. Wilderness is allowed by community demand. All posts must be flaired "Travel" or "Wilderness"
This is a community devoted to the idea of lugging around less crap. Fewer, higher quality items, packed into a single bag for ease of transport to make life simpler. Feel free to share your favourite bags and your packing lists. Please make use of flair sorting and the search bar.
A digital community created by vagabonds, for vagabonds! Hitchhikers, Trainhoppers, Rubbertramps, Backpackers, and more! Feel free to share stories and pictures about your adventures on the road, or share advice and tips with newbie greenhorns and curious lurkers!
/r/Ultralight is the largest online Ultralight Backpacking community! This sub is about overnight backpacking efficiently through the wilderness with a backpack that is as light as possible. Join us and ask yourself the question: Do I really need that?
All about your adventures. Planning, discussing, and organizing future adventures, and sharing past ones. Base jumping, diving, urban exploration, ghost-hunting, caving, climbing, hiking, wild camping, bushcraft, backpacking, kayaking, anecdotes about dealings with wild animals, authorities, accidents...anything and everything! Share your adventure with us!
This is a place for people who are or want to become Financially Independent (FI), which means not having to work for money. Financial Independence is closely related to the concept of Early Retirement/Retiring Early (RE) - quitting your job/career and pursuing other activities with your time. At its core, FI/RE is about maximizing your savings rate (through less spending and/or higher income) to achieve FI and have the freedom to RE as fast as possible.
Somewhere to discuss travel. Not to dump your vacation photos. Pose a question. Share a trip report. Recount a funny/unique travel related story. Offer advice or ask for it. **Note that images are 100% welcome as part of a longer, thought-out text post. Photos are a great way to augment your story. Simply embed them within your text post.**
Got questions? Need advice? Overwhelmed with your itinerary? Want to share your travel tips and experiences in Japan? Then this is the place for you! /r/JapanTravel is for any and all looking to visit Japan as a tourist — including those who have already been.