Once you have the comforts of small living and your finances figured out, you are ready to explore. Unlike a weekend camping trip or even and extended road trip, full time slow travel is a completely different beast. You will often want to plan your visits to popular places during the off seasons or at least the shoulder seasons. And because you can, weekdays will always be better than weekends to avoid the crowds.

Kennicott Glacier, Alaska (2015)

You will eventually dread summers and holidays when everyone flood to your favorite places. But don’t worry, there are plenty of places to see in this world. We will show you all the tricks of the trade in this full time slow traveling lifestyle. From the best national parks to those off the radar local spots, we have lots of favorites to show you. Perhaps one day you will want to expand your travels internationally. From attaining the proper vehicle import permits to applying for travel visas, our years spent roaming and exploring foreign countries around the world have you covered.

Capadocia, Turkey (2018)

Travel planning is perhaps to most exciting part of location independence and we are very excited to share all there is to know about it. We can’t wait to see all of the amazing places you will go.

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