So you're looking at your calendar to find a way to fill that two-week vacation without breaking the piggy bank but suddenly you realize that just the airfare to your destination is more expensive than the budget you had for the whole trip. Great.
But here's the deal: chances are you're using the wrong resources to plan your trip in the first place. In this class you'll learn just what you need to make your vacation happen.
You'll learn an all-encompassing strategy to plan your next vacation. From flying to dining and everything in between.
Some topics we'll cover:
-How to find and get the lowest airfares
-Alternatives to flying to your next destination
-Where to stay at the best costs
-Where to eat while you're there
-Where to go on your next vacation
-How to make the most out of every trip spending the least amount possible!
Learn the skills in class. Apply your newfound expertise around the world.
As a student on the International Honors Program, Natalia spent the last 4 months traveling to Brazil, South Africa, and Vietnam. During her semester abroad, she traveled with professors and local experts that showed her the ins-and-outs of international travel.
At age 10 Natalia began buying her own airfare tickets to travel back and forth from Los Angeles (where she was raised) to South America (where she was born). Such responsibility led to endless hours on travel sites finding the cheapest airfare, and ten years later she's become keenly adept to airfare prices and to cheap travel. Her goal is always to travel as far as possible with as little as possible--but to do so she's had to learn the in-and-outs of inexpensive travel. Her knowledge has led her to Colombia, France, Egypt, Canada, Israel, and South Korea--all before the age of 20.