You cannot travel without a passport and a visa: passports are fairly easy to obtain but visas are another story…! Each country has different rules for how long you can stay in their area, and there are so many different types of visas that you need to choose from.
Here are the details from Nomads that know the ropes, as well as general country information regarding visas and passports. Just click on the links below to go to the relevant websites and blogs.
Happy planning (and traveling)!
Nick and Dariece are Canadian Travel Bloggers with an aim to show others how to earn money online, on the road and on-the-go, so that they can make travel a bigger part of their lives. They have been traveling for over 8 years and their motto is: Keep your life on your back and get more back from your life!
There is lots and lots to have a look at on their website – like this very informative article all about working holiday visas…
Jodi Etternberg, quit her job as a lawyer in 2008 to visit Siberia. She planned to take only a year sabbatical to travel the world but never returned to the law. Instead, as a celiac, she ended up living the Nomadic Lifestyle with exciting work in food, public speaking, and storytelling.
In 2017, a botched spinal tap derailed her life and left her disabled. Her work and travels ground to a halt. Legal Nomads now reflects her new reality: she shares lessons from the road, and also how to cope with grief and chronic pain. And how to cultivate the resilience required to navigate tough times.
Legal Nomads remains a place to connect with others through curiosity and discovery. Read her fantastic article on Visas for Travel here…
Nora Dunn, originally from Canada, slow traveled the world full-time for 12 years (through over 55 countries and 5 continents), and still travels for half the year! She’s an expert on travel, personal finance (as a former Certified Financial Planner), and lifestyle design. She’s lived a variety of lifestyles by working in trade for free accommodation. Her location independent writing career takes care of the rest of the expenses. She has got a ton of content on her website. Since 2007, she’s perfected the art of traveling full-time in a financially sustainable way. If you’d like to learn how to do the same, then check out her brilliant site.
For her post on Visas and Passports, click this button…
Now that you have your Visas and Passport sorted out, how about your banking situation? Do you know which Bank is the best to put your money into when traveling full-time? Have a look at this page to find out lots of information in this category: