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35 BEST Travel Jobs to Make Money While Travelling

Do you wish you could travel more but don’t have enough money?

Then this guide is for you! It will tell you all about the types of epic travel jobs that you can do. Ultimately, this post will help you find work and travel the world… FOREVER.

There are a surprising number of jobs that involve travelling, a few canny ways to make money travelling abroad, and even some jobs where you actually get paid to travel… (The best kind!)

From freelancing to affiliate marketing, travel blogging, tending the bar at a hip hostel–there are seriously all kinds of awesome – and some terrible – travel jobs you can get to make ends meet and prolong your travels.

The life of a working traveller is varied and complex: there are countless tools in your arsenal! In today’s post, I’m giving you the lowdown on some of the best travel jobs for backpackers, expats, and aspiring digital nomads. And realistically, for nearly all of them, you don’t need no tertiary education.

Ditch your desk, amigos: the world is waiting and the only thing you need to SUCCEED is  grit.

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Did you find your dream travel job, making money travelling the world: types of travel work.

There are lots of different types of travel jobs out there, and they can roughly be broken down into three categories. Let’s take a look at them before we delve into the jobs themselves…

There are some jobs that will pay you to travel the world. This might sound very glamorous at first, but you have to bear in mind you may not get as much of a chance to actually explore as you will be working. These could be travel jobs or potentially even travel careers , but they still generally require the level of input from you that any regular ol’ boring job would.

Jobs that require travel and pay well, such as being an airline pilot or foreign service travel jobs, will offer you a chance to save up mega-cashola and to hopefully see parts of the world during your downtime. But to be honest (and in my opinion) these travel careers don’t have the same kind of freedom as being a digital nomad.

Personally, I’m a big believer in making money through a digital nomad job as these jobs allow you to work from literally anywhere in the world, on your own schedule, and often as your own boss.

It takes time to set up a career as a digital nomad career… But it’s easy to get started now and to begin your journey!

All you need is a laptop plus a few other of the digital nomad essentials , and idea of WHAT you want to do, and a place in the world that you’re content to get some work done from. Well, that and playlist that gets you in the zone!

Beccoming a digital nomad changes how you travel , so for backpackers that want to retain their backpacker-roots, you need a job for backpacker. These travel jobs are job-jobs.

They could be wicked jobs, they could be shitkicker jobs. They could, potentially, also progress into careers, but they wouldn’t be travel careers. You’d just be an expat with a regular ol’ job.

Many of the best travelling jobs for backpackers are super casual affairs – seasonal work or temporary labour gigs. I’ve found paying work on goat farms, behind bars, in hostels, on construction sites, on beaches, and in many other places whilst backpacking around the world. It’s usually very easy to find some casual work as a backpacker.

All you need is a good smile, good work ethic, and maybe the willingess to be paid under the table for less than minimum wage! (Oops, did I say that? You do you.) 😉

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Let’s look at how to work and travel like a BOSS (or self-employed hustler). Ideas range from online trading to teaching yoga to consulting. Don’t Work Another Day ; we have something for every CV!

1. Make Money Blogging

Starting a blog is one of the best travel jobs out there. You can travel whenever you want and make money out of your adventures to keep you going! However, blogging is not easy and it’s not one of those jobs to make money quickly.

Blogging offers a great introduction to many different digital nomad careers. You’ll learn more about SEO, copywriting, web design, social media management, marketing and PR… the list goes on! All you need to get started is a decent laptop for travel blogging and loads of patience!

If you want to get a taste of blogging before launching your own, you can look into becoming a virtual assistant or if writing is more your thing becoming a freelance service provider , like Sofie Couwenbergh is also a viable option. Working for a blogger is the best way to learn the tricks of the trade!

Full disclosure: The travel blogging industry is competitive, cutthroat, and, honestly, oversaturated. DO expect a long road to the top.

How Much Can You Earn?

  • From $0 – $50,000 per month!

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Having a job is one thing, but being able to sit down and get some work in is a whole other story. Luckily there are amazing coworking spaces all over the globe. But what if you could combine working and a place to live? Say no more…

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Staying at a digital nomad-friendly hostel is a really smart way to get more done whilst still enjoying the social life of travelling… Mingle, share ideas, brainstorm, make connections and find your tribe at Tribal Bali!

2. Teach English Abroad

Nic and Shorty playing with a kid in Bagan, Myanmar/ Burma.

For backpackers looking to settle somewhere for a year or more to save up some serious cash, teaching English abroad is one of the best jobs for nomads.

These days, you can teach English in most countries in the world while seeing all the goods they got to offer at the same time! This is probably one of the best travel careers out there: there’s a low barrier to entry and most native speakers can get a travel job teaching English.

Being a native speaker gives you an obvious advantage, but it’s also possible for non-native speakers to get work teaching English too.  You don’t even really need a degree to teach English in many countries, however, nabbing a TEFL certificate through an online course first will help you hit the ground running. (And hopefully will mean you won’t be a crap teacher too ?)

It’s a small investment that will help you score more gigs AND better-paying gigs in the long run. Plus, think of the children! Won’t somebody think of the children!?!?

  • $1500 – $3000 depending on the country.

3. Teach English Online

a girl working on her laptop in a cafe with a view of rice fields in Bali behind her

Thanks to the power of the internet, the world of teaching English online has opened doors to English speakers everywhere! You can work from anywhere! (Provided you have a solid internet connection.)

What’s the best part? Depending on the company you work for, you can choose your own schedule and commitment level. Whatever works for you!

Teaching English online is fast becoming one of the best ways for backpackers to make money online without a doubt. Online teaching platforms connect prospective teachers with keen students. Set your pricing, choose your hours, and market yourself to potential clients.

The money isn’t impressive, particularly in the early days, but this is a job that you can grow and literally do anywhere. Nothing beats a location independent gig!

  • About $1500 per month.

4. Dropshipping

remote worker doing some work at a cafe in Seminyak, bali

Dropshipping is when you ship products to customers, usually in Europe or the USA, from somewhere cheap (usually China). Essentially, you manage the online storefront while a third party handles the logistics of storing and shipping products.

Now, dropshipping CAN be profitable. It can also be a major headache: you have been warned.

5. Affiliate Marketing

Digital nomad in Portugal. Coffee, laptop and work in Lagos.

Affiliate marketing is very simple. It means that you recommend a product or service to your audience, and if someone on your website uses or buys that product or service, you get a commission!

Affiliate marketing is basically being a middle man and is one of the most popular, proven, and sustainable ways to create income online.

If you are interested in online jobs travellers can easily utilise, learning effective affiliate marketing strategies is the holy grail. Passive income is fucking POWERFUL.

  • Oodles but you need the traffic to earn it. But then, it all flows in passively. 😉

6. Crytocurrency and Day Trading

A large sculpture of a Peseta coin, Spain

The exciting world of cryptocurrency investment has come a long way. You can HODL, stake, mine, generate interest (yup – totally a thing now!), and, of course, trade.

Day trading is a really exciting – but very nerve-wracking – way to make money while travelling. I have no experience trading stocks, but a lot of people I know have been trading cryptocurrency for a while now and have seen rather delectables return on their investments (with some losses along the way).

If you have money that you can afford to lose (seriously, this shit carries risk), then day trading is one of the most exciting travel jobs out there right now.

  • The sky’s the limit!

7. Volunteering

shirtless man volunteering in rural india with two kids swinging on his arms

Okiedoke – volunteering! Now, clearly, volunteering ISN’T a travel job, however, it’s functionally the same. You work (hard), you greatly reduce your travel costs, plus you’ll have some life-changing experiences while you’re at it. So it fits the bill!

Now, while voluntourism has received some flak over the years (and the trade has only become stickier in the COVID-times ), volunteering still remains one of the most meaningful ways to travel. A free feed and bed is certainly a win, but it’s the experience and the knowledge that you’re actually making a difference is what makes it, honestly, one of the best travel jobs for backpackers.

You have a lot of good options for volunteering abroad:

  • WWOOF – An organisation primarily concerned with connecting working travellers with volunteering gigs on organic farms and agricultural projects.
  • Workaway (and its numerous alternatives ) – As well as agricultural projects, these guys tend to also connect you to volunteering gigs around the board. Hostel work, translation and copywriting, building skate ramps, building backyard dunnies: it’s a wide net.
  • Worldpackers – Our personal fave platform for this bizz.

Worldpackers is a smashing organisation. They’ve got more of a community focus than many of the alternatives and they run a tight ship too!

We sent one of our tried and true broke backpackers on a volunteering mission to Vietnam and the results were stellar. So stellar, in fact, that we happily partnered with them to bring Broke Backpacker readers a discount on the signup fee!

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We’ve also got a review of Workaway you can peruse if Worldpackers doesn’t float your boat. They’re a bit more stuffy (a natural caveat for being the lead of the pack), but they have volunteering gigs coming out of the ears!

And as one brief little sidenote, it’s worth noting the skills you pick up volunteering can go a LONG way to aiding you in your career as a working traveller. The more you know, the more backpacker jobs open up to you.

8. Become A Freelance Travel Photographer

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If you love taking pictures, why don’t you make the most of your skills and be paid for it? Breaking into freelance photography is no easy, feat but it’s totally possible if you have perseverance and work at honing your craft every day.

You can travel the world forever by snapping away… If you get really good at your craft, you can even land a job that pays you to travel as a professional photographer for either the media or, the dream, National Geographic.

  • $0 – $5000
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9. Teach Yoga

a girl going a yoga handstand on a beach

Yoga continues to grow in popularity around the world, and yoga instructors are in high demand. While not the highest paying job for travellers, finding work as a yoga instructor is one of the more assured ways to work and travel.

Travellers love yoga and are keen on lessons just about anywhere in the world. Combine that with hostels, cafes, and community centres (among a million other venues) always being on the lookout

Getting a yoga certification CERTAINLY helps you stand out from the crowd but it necessarily isn’t needed. Talk to other guests at your hostel, or people around any beach, hippy, or traveller town and see what you can rustle up. Start off with a sesh at a world-class yoga retreat to learn a few Asanas and limber up first and the rest will be easy.

Alternatively, head over to Yoga Travel Jobs Directory and see if there are any worthwhile postings. The beauty of this one is that the informality allows you to find work on the road in most places without the added red tape.

  • $5/hour or even less in developing nations. Bounce on over to the northern beaches of Sydney though, and activewear soccer mums eat that shit up for $50+ a pop!

10. Fitness Instructor

Similar to yoga, if you’re in shape and know how to break a sweat, you can get paid to help others do the same! I love finding creative ways to stay in shape while travelling and you’ll find plenty of other travellers who will share this interest.

Will's first fitness competition in Sydney.

See if your hostel wants to organise any activities or events which you can market by word of mouth or by putting a flyer up. Head to a park or the beach and BOOM! You’re a certified fitness instructor… sort of.

Certifications are for losers without glorious, rippling muscles.

11. Tour Director

photo of a tour group led by will having dinner in lahore pakistan

Directors accompany a tour group for the entirety of the itinerary and basically make sure people are having a good time. If it’s a twenty-one-day culture tour through Central America, the tour director is there the entire time, leading the group, answering questions, communicating with the bus driver, and, most importantly, creating solutions when shit goes wrong.

This is one of the travel industry careers that require the most work, but if you think you possess the qualities, there are thousands of amazing adventure tour companies looking for new leaders worldwide.

This industry is very competitive, but once you get your foot in the door you’ll be offered work left and right. I’ve got some experience leading adventure tours myself and this is a solid choice of job that involves travelling… You just need to have endless amounts of energy.

These are maybe the best jobs for travel and adventure for those that seek the high life and the pay ain’t too shabby either!.

  • $1000 – $3000

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12. Travel Tour Guide

Eating Okonomiyaki in Osaka Japan on a street food tour.

As opposed to a tour director, a tour guide usually does shorter tours (think three-hour walking tours). Ideally, tour guides are experts in their niche, but sometimes just a bit more knowledge than the average Joe will suffice

If you have experience or certification, getting tour guide work will be easy. If you travelling in the EU , you can also find tour guide work within Europe relatively easy (free walking tours, etc.) without certification.

Otherwise, there are lots of people on the web tapping into their entrepreneurial spirit and starting their own tour jobs while on the road.

  • $500 – $1500

13. Work on A Boat

A person sitting on a wooden boat with blue sea and jungle covered islands in the distance.

Unfortunately, the days of being a pirate are kinda over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still work and live on a boat!

A traveller’s job on a boat is certainly easier to get with experience, but sometimes it’s as easy as just walking onto a dock and asking around. Teach yourself to tie knots first and you’ll be golden.

Want to significantly increase your chances of getting hired on a superyacht or boat? Consider taking a course at the Super Yacht School – an online training company that educates people on everything they need to know regarding how to land a job on a superyacht as a crew member.

Alternatively, become a cruise ship worker and live the party-working-travelling-life on the high seas. Drugs, booze, and nights of wanton hedonism – excellent!

  • $1200 – $2500

14. Boat Delivery

Rear view of a boat with views of mountains in the background

More boats! This one is a bit difficult to get into as a newbie, but if you have some experience working on the high seas, boat delivery has some serious work and travel potential. Typically the pay won’t be very high (if at all) but you’ll get your experience up and get to sail the seven seas for free!

Getting into this travel career could lead to more lucrative gigs in the future too, so it’s worth considering if the goal is simply finding jobs that let you travel.

Head over to Crewseekers.net or cruisersforum.com for some killer job leads!

15. Making and Selling Jewellery

handcrafts on the beach working with silver and precious stones

Screw travel jobs – be a travel entrepreneur! While you can make and sell anything, jewellery is certainly the backpacker artisans staple, and I’ve met lots of people who make and sell jewellery whilst travelling .

Some critics of budget backpacking might have a go at you for – ahem – “begpacking” , but to those critics I say… get a job, ya hippy! If you’re wheeling, dealing, and hustling on the road, you are the literal opposite of a begpacker. It’s fun too!

The materials can be cheap and light to carry, it’s an artsy and fun thing to do, and you can set up shop (busking-style) in most places in the world that are kind to street merchants (i.e. not Malaysia). Selling handmade jewellery on the street isn’t the path to becoming a billionaire, but if you can make a decent product, it’s a great way to bring in enough to cover a day of gallivanting.

It isn’t strictly one of the easiest travel jobs out there if you genuinely care about your craft. Sourcing ethical materials, making the jewellery, and haggling for a fair price can all be a real battle. But damn you’ll have some ten-outta-ten adventures along the way!

  • $300 – $1000 per month

16. Importing Stuff to Sell

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A personal favourite of mine, this is what I sometimes refer to as the ‘ stuff your backpack’ method. It’s an easy w ay to make some money back after quitting your job to travel .

When in exotic countries, you will find awesome trinkets and doodads that people back home will go crazy over! Think hippy stuff: chillums, trousers, jewellery, festival belts, etc. These items will be authentic and dirt cheap.

Then, when you are outside that country and back in the good ol’ inflationary West, you can sell the authentic handcrafted Indian peace pipe that you paid $.75 cents for in Mumbai for $15 at festivals or online! It’s a great way to make 1,000% or more on your investments.

To make the most money though, you’ll have to frequently hit the road and stuff your backpack (a big hiking backpack is good for this) as well as have a good eye for stuff to take back home. If you can somehow inject something about chakras into the marketing spiel you’ll give to sell it, it’s a winner.

  • $500 – $2000 per month

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17. Busking

buskers station in wanaka

Another of the world’s oldest professions that now catches some flak from the world’s newest crybabies: busking. If you have a talent, you can flaunt it for some cash in the street AND – better yet – make a bunch of people smile too!

You doen’t have to be a wandering musician with a travel-sized guitar either; magic, acrobatics, juggling, flow, dance – anything that’s impressive enough to score a tip is worth the shot, and you can score some mean tips! (Believe it or not.)

If the artisti di strada chooses the right location and is talented (or smiley) enough, there’s a pretty good chance they are making some dough! Enough to cover a day’s cost at least… You just need to know how to busk !

Also, if you are a musician, you should look into giving lessons for work while travelling or even playing some low-key gigs at bars or hostels. It’s a good way to score a feed, and it’s certainly not a bad payoff for a few hours of jammin’!

The resident in-house dirtbag busker on The Broke Backpacker team had this to say:

“I’ve had $5/hour days, I’ve had $50/hour days; busking is large part luck, however, there is a hidden art and science to the craft.”

18. Scuba Diving Instructor

Two people taking a selfie whilst scuba diving.

Get paid for adventure. Underwater adventures no less!

Becoming a certified scuba diver and instructor takes a bit of investment, but it can be one of the most fun ways to work and travel the world simultaneously. You need a handful of courses and certifications, as well as having logged in a certain amount of hours underwater yourself, and then the world is your… oyster. (Huehuehue.)

If you are already certified, get excited! If you aren’t, you can do it at home, or take advantage of many (significantly cheaper) programs that exist in countries like Thailand and the Philippines. Hands down this is one of the best ways to get paid to travel PLUS you can pick up paying work in lots of different countries around the world.

Plus, y’know, dive for a living. Not bad, ‘ey?

  • $1000 – $4000 per month.

19. Surf Instructor

A person surfing

Similar to a scuba instructor but without all of the need for certifications. You just need to be a badass surfer! Surfing instructors can do well for themselves by travelling, surfing, meeting people who are interested and want to learn, and then offering their services.

Plus, let’s be real… you’ll get laid. A lot.

You won’t earn as much as a scuba instructor, but you’ll be getting paid to surf and travel at the same time which is probably the coolest thing ever! I’m a big fan of surfing and hoping to spend a year or two getting a hell of a lot better in the future. If you are looking for cool jobs you can do while travelling, this may be for you.

There are lots of resources for finding potential gigs. Surf Travel Jobs is an excellent starting point.

  • $500 – $1500 per month.

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20. Buy A Place and Rent It

An old cottage covered in rose bushes and a tin roof near Queenstown, New Zealand.

If you have been working for a while, you may have some savings. Rather than blowing it all on a couple of fast-paced years of travel, invest it into buying a property at home and renting it out whilst you travel (thus living off the rent money).

You can advertise your place on lots of different websites including Airbnb or one of the many excellent sites like Airbnb , and it can very easily turn into big bucks! Pretty soon, you’ll be making money while travelling; so much so that some of my friends don’t even stay at their own place when they return to their hometown.

  • $600 – $2000 per month.

21. Housesitting

Will chilling on the terrace with two white dogs

Sort of a work-exchange-meets-job, housesitting while travelling is HAWT right now. Typically you pet-sit for an extended amount of time, and in return, you are given free rein over an entire house. Housesitting gigs rarely pay, but you can’t really complain as their still jobs that allow you to travel near-indefinitely.

You’ll be getting free accommodation, a big ass kitchen, and the privacy of your own house! This is one of the best ways to travel!

As with all good things, it’s challenging to crack into, but once you gain experience and a resume, you’ll have your choice of gigs. As far as travel work goes, this one comes highly recommended – it barely counts as working!

  • A free house!

22. Work as an Au Pair

Au-pairing is one of the oldest travel careers around and is still a great option to save some money and see the world. Personally, kids ain’t for me, but if you are bubbly, happy, smiley and don’t mind cleaning up the misdirected poopoos, then there are plenty of little ones who need a lovely person like you to help take care of them.

It doesn’t always pay… and if it does pay it’s not always much. But you can earn up to 5k a month if you’re happy to travel for work (which, you should be) to teach in some more far-flung lands.

You’ll get free lodging and food and likely some pocket change for the weekend if you’re volunteering in Europe. Being an au-pair is a pretty solid way to get paid to travel and live in a new country.

  • $0 – $5000 per month.

23. Hostel Work

danielle cooking in a hostel

Hostel work is one of the best-kept not-so-secret-secrets of the budget backpacking trade . Once upon a time, it was hush-hush, but now not so much. So let me tell you – finding hostel gigs is SUPER simple and hostel work is one of the best travel jobs for backpackers.

Hostel work is one of the easiest travel jobs to get – just ask the hostels you are staying at if they are looking for any help. They will know exactly what this means. “Help” means manning the front desk graveyard shift, sweeping the floors, or most likely minding the bar, all in exchange for free accommodation.

If they are looking for any “help” , they miiight pay a bit of cash, but more likely, you’ll get a free bed and some food out of it. Hostels are one of the staples for travel work and are a phenomenal way to save money while travelling – not to mention free entry into the hostel life shenanigans is a pretty sweet dealer for a lone ranger looking for some buds.

…And bud. 😉

  • Usually just a free stay. Maybe some weed money (or weed) if you’re lucky.

24. Bar Work

Two guys working in a bar as bartenders.

Similar to hostel work, bar jobs have kept the backpacker going since basically the dawn of time. Often the bar work will be in a hostel bar (mentioned above) but just as legit is finding work at standalone bars.

This is particularly true in seasonal European cities (but I’ve seen it in South America, Australia, Asia… basically everywhere). Alcoholics are everywhere and they need a charming face with a winning smile to pour their drinks dammit!

The best way to find a bar job is just to walk around and ask if the bars are looking for any help. Or, if you’re having a pint somewhere, strike up a conversation with the bartender and get the scoop. A simple inquisition can lead to a lot of opportunities.

Full disclosure though: the booze and babes of the graveyard shift are fun for a while, but a few too many staffies a few too many months later and you’ll find yourself stuck right in a classic backpacker trap. And hungover.

  • $800 – $2000 per month

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25. Become a Party Promoter/Brand Ambassador

a big group of people at maya beach in thailand, gathering for a group picture acting like pirates

If you are a fun-loving party animal with some social media/writing/promoting skills, then you could be a candidate to score a job as a brand ambassador for a tour business specializing in party-based tours. I’ve met someone who did this for a period; while the money wasn’t always hella tight, the nights of debauchery sure were!

A good option to break into this field is Stoke Travel . Every year, Stoke Travel gives 100+ regular travellers the opportunity to work and travel by volunteering at events or doing internships in their Barcelona and Byron Bay Office.

That’s right. Three square meals per day and unlimited booze. You’re basically travelling for free !

For the right individual, this job promises to be helluva of a lot of fun. (Possibly, too much fun…? )

  • Free drinks – $1200

26. Seasonal Jobs

two girls smiling holding snowboards on a snowy mountain

This is a large category that encompasses many different travel jobs. Restaurants, construction, hotels, cruise ship jobs, ski resorts, mining, deep-sea Alaskan fishing gigs, the list goes on! While a lot of these jobs are covered elsewhere in this post, seasonal jobs are worth noting.

You can literally travel the world working, chasing the season (which by the way usually equates to amazingly beautiful weather) and making money when jobs are in demand and at their highest paying…

Depending on the industry, you can end up both in some pretty off the beaten path destinations as well as touristed ones. Or both! The ski resorts in the summer trekking season is usually a much more peaceful vibe once all the loquacious Aussies have packed up shop.

  • $1000 – $5000 per month

27. Construction

Construction Work or English Teaching in Vang Vieng

You can find construction work basically anywhere in the world, however, the right destinations (eg. Australia and New Zealand) pay a mean wage. If you’re operating above board that is.

Otherwise, asking around for something more informal is usually the way to go. If you have construction experience, jump on those work exchange platforms for some cheap volunteering gigs .

Many hostels, farms, and everything in between will advertise their needs in hopes of finding a qualified working traveller. You’ll get food, lodging, and (depending on the project) a bit of money as well. It’ll get you networked too – word of mouth carries!

If you have experience as a plumber or electrician, you can make bank and even land a job where you are paid to travel to and from different world projects. Also, insider tip: traffic controllers Down Under get paid an ungodly amount for literally doing nothing. They usually pick the cutest girl to man the stop sign though – yay, sexism!

  • $1200 – $3000 per month but hugely variable depending on your trade and skillset,

28. Transport a Car or RV

Will with a car on the beach in New Zealand

Car and RV dealerships or car rental companies sometimes hire people to drive cars to different destinations. Rental companies often find themselves with too many cars in one destination and want to move them to an area where rentals are more in demand. Car dealerships may need a specific car, with specific options or colours, that they arrange to get from another dealer.

While most companies work with full-time professional drivers, there may be some opportunities for one-time trips. The trick with these jobs is getting a car that’s going where you want to go at the right time. You’ll need a clean driver’s license and may need a specialty license to drive RVs, but it’s worth it for a free and rocking RV road trip !

Some transport companies that you may be able to score some delivery gigs with include:

  • Imoova is one of the biggest search platforms for relocations.
  • Jucy has some nice opportunities on RVs.
  • Cars Arrive Auto Relocation is USA based and has some good options.
  • HitTheRoad.ca is a well-known Canadian company that offers mostly long-distance, one way, one trip driving contracts for cars.
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29. Professional Chef

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If you have some cooking abilities or some legitimate kitchen experience, you can find a job by asking around at kitchens in hotels, cruise ships, boats, or retreats. Also, take a look into Worldpackers and Workaway as you can certainly find some cook-work opportunities for a free place to stay.

The downside is that you’ll have to work in close proximity to chefs. Chefs are primadonnas. Get in and out of the hospo industry as quick as possible, amigos.

If thou gaze too long into an abyss…

  • $1500 – $3000 per month

30. Travel Nurse

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Stop right now and listen to me. If you are a nurse, or if you are thinking about becoming a nurse, becoming a travel nurse is one of the single most amazing careers you can get into.

Travelling nurses are usually hired for thirteen to twenty-six weeks in whatever location they choose and all of your travel expenses are usually paid. Housing is usually covered, and due to the high demand and urgency, travelling nurses are paid more than regular nurses. It’s one of the best ways to travel, work and save a stupid amount of money.

Plus, you know, saving lives and all that jazz.

  • $1500 – $4000 per month.

31. Flight Attendant

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An oldie but a goodie, being a flight attendant isn’t as glamorous as it once was, but in terms of travel friendly jobs , this is a fantastic travel career. It’s really the OG travel job (right after busker AKA a wandering minstrel).

Free flights, long stopovers to explore, and the ability to tweak your schedule to have a few weeks off a month – there’s a lot to like! This is one of the best careers that involve travelling, and if you get hired by a quality airline, this is a job that not only requires travel but can also pay well.

  • $1800 – $2500 per month

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32. New Zealand/Australia Work Visa

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Not strictly a top travel job so much as a top place to find a job. Yes, the rumours you’ve heard are true: Australia does have an obscenely high minimum wage (as does New Zealand, albeit not as high).

Depending on where you are from and if you are able, New Zealand and Australia are two excellent countries to get work visas for. The visa allows you to be employed in most industries, but you’ll most likely find jobs in the hospitality, tourism, and agricultural fields. Come Down Under where you can travel and work for a year or maybe two!

However, both New Zealand and Australia’s cost of living is high, so finding a job that provides you with both a room and food will net you some huge savings. The more remote you go, the better you will earn too. (Sheep shearers make BANK… and then blow it all on cocaine and meth…)

Watch out though: not all Ozzies and Kiwis subscribe to the “mateship and fair go for all” mentality they’re known for. It’s not uncommon to get paid a fraction of that obscenely high minimum wage.

  • $1800 – $3500 per month
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33. Ski Resort Jobs

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While I mentioned resorts and seasonal gigs before, skiing deserves its own holler(back girl). Ski resorts are notorious for hiring travellers and often under the table. Ski resort gigs can be the best seasonal jobs for travelling.

As an “unofficial” ski resort worker, you won’t get paid much (and you will likely be overworked), but it’s a great way to work hard, play hard, and make some travel friends along the way! Plus, there will always be the skiing/snowboarding perks which are obviously EPIC.

You don’t have to be an instructor though. Many seasonal jobs in lodges or working the lifts are widely available. Oh, and the snowbum life is pretty hedonistic – it’s basically working, partying, and picking up Insta-brand vacayers between your shifts.

  • $1000 – $2000 per month.

34. Tattoo Artist

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Backpackers love to get tattoos on the road , so there is always a demand for talented artists. And I’ve met some amazing tattoo artists travelling the world and paying their way through freelance work in hostels and backpacker hangouts. Talk about a creative travel job!

The better you get at your craft, the more doors that will open up to you. You don’t even need a gun! I’ve met and befriended some phenomenal stick-and-poke artists who earn money working while they travel.

Plus getting paid by people to inflict large amounts of bodily harm on them really isn’t too bad either!

  • $500 – $15000 per month (be prepared to adjust your rates to reflect the country you’re in – ain’t nobody stupid enough to pay $100+ an hour in Mexico).

35. Join the Peace Corps

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This is certainly one of the noblest travel jobs on this list and it deserves a mention! Providing a different work and travel experience, the Peace Corps is no joke and essentially makes you an international aid worker in a foreign country.

It’s a two-year commitment, you have very little influence on where you are stationed, and you only get two days off per month.

You don’t get paid much but, hell, you will be earning and you will get paid to travel to somewhere new. And what’s more, is relevant work experience can take the place of a college degree.

Check out:  This Peace Corps volunteer’s blog all about her experiences volunteering in Vanuatu.

Do You Need Insurance as a Working Traveller?

If you are going to be living and working outside of your home country, you really do need to think about getting health insurance. If you have an accident or get sick, then those hospital bills are going to completely nullify any money you’ve earned and saved.

For long term cover, we recommend SafetyWing . They specialise in covering digital nomads and those working outside of their home country. It’s basically a subscription model – month to month payments – on international health insurance without the need to provide an itinerary.

Month to month payments, no lock-in contracts, and no itineraries required: that’s the exact kind of insurance digital nomads and long-term traveller types need. Cover yo’ pretty little self while you live the DREAM!

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There are so many ways to work and travel; sometimes you just gotta get a bit creative! As long as you are cutting the costs of travel and picking up a job where and when needed, you’ll find a way.

Not every traveling job needs to be a career. Covering your living costs is a fantastic start, and all the skills and confidence will take you soooo much further in life than one simple job ever could.

Taking a leap of faith on a new vocation on the road is fantastic. It’s a step outside of your comfort zone and right into the growth of travel. In many ways, that’s what it means to BE a broke backpacker .

You don’t have to be broke to be a broke backpacker. Nay, being resourceful, willing, and kind-hearted with a good work ethic – that makes you more of a broke backpacker than holes in your undies and lack of consistent showering ever will.

So get out there and work on the road! Start with a shit-kicker job. Then once you’ve levelled up appropriately (and with some ingenuity), you’ll find a job that involves travelling and where you get paid to travel and live in a new country. Maybe you’ll even live in a mini-campervan conversion and start rockin’ the super nomad life. Then, you’re not just hunting for the best travel jobs anymore.

No, that’s a travel career: a whole new adventure!

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9 Jobs That Can Be Done While Traveling

Posted: December 24, 2023 | Last updated: December 24, 2023

<p>In a world of high-speed living and remote jobs, earning money anywhere is possible. Travel isn’t cheap. It costs a lot of money, and working in an office does not leave much time for leisure. If you are on vacation and have seen all there is to be seen, you may look for something else to pass the time.</p> <p>Remote jobs don’t have to be boring. In fact, many of them are great options for earning free or discounted travel. You just have to know how to choose which of these <a href="https://wealthofgeeks.com/travel-experts-share-everything-they-wish-tourists-knew/">travel</a> jobs is right for you.</p>

In a world of high-speed living and remote jobs, earning money anywhere is possible. Travel isn’t cheap. It costs a lot of money, and working in an office does not leave much time for leisure. If you are on vacation and have seen all there is to be seen, you may look for something else to pass the time.

Remote jobs don’t have to be boring. In fact, many of them are great options for earning free or discounted travel. You just have to know how to choose which of these travel jobs is right for you.

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1. Blogging

Blogging while traveling is a great way to earn some money. Your office is wherever your laptop is, so you are never tied down to one place. This can help you travel the world with just a laptop and a bit of data, which you can always find in local cafes or restaurants . It’s even better if you do travel writing, so you can combine firsthand experience with creative writing that helps others plan their travels.

<p><span>The rise of Mukbang videos, where people eat insane amounts of food while sometimes conversing with the camera, is weirdly intriguing to many and simultaneously perplexing. While it attracts massive audiences, the fascination with watching someone devour excessive quantities of food remains a mystery. Moreover, this trend raises concerns about promoting unhealthy eating habits and overindulgence.</span></p>

2. Vlogging

Similar to blogging, video blogging, also called “ vlogging ,” is a visual form of content. You can write blogs for your website but also work as a freelancer for other people’s websites. When it comes to vlogging, however, people usually vlog for their own channels. It takes more time to succeed but can also be more rewarding monetarily. All you need is a smartphone with a nice camera, or if you want to be fancy, a laptop with some video editing software like Adobe PremierePro or DaVinci Resolve.

<p>Interestingly, it seems like millennials have a better understanding of technology. Gen Z grew up with tech, but millennials have more experience with the inner workings, like troubleshooting a computer or building an HTML code. I would think the opposite would be true, but tech has become too easy for Gen Z in some ways.</p>

3. Video Commercials

This one is both fun and rewarding. If you have a smartphone with a decent camera and invest in an excellent DJI drone, you can earn some nice money on your travels. Combine this with an investment in a decent laptop and a video editing course, and you have a recipe for success. When I was on vacation in Corfu , I discovered an opportunity with their beautiful beachfront Tavernas. I packed my drone, visited a few of them on foot, and offered them my services. I scored two jobs for filming a video ad and one logo redesign job, which made me a nice profit for less than a full day of work.

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4. Singing and Playing an Instrument

Singing or playing an instrument is another excellent way to earn some surprisingly good money. If you are a good singer and can play an instrument, you can always play in the city center or other popular spots. Many great talents have been discovered performing in public this way. You can also offer your skills to local restaurants or lounges if they are in need of live music or other entertainment.

<p>If you know how to cut hair, another great way to earn money is to offer free haircuts and keep profits from their tips if they decide to give you one. You only need hair clippers for this one, so you can be flexible and earn well in countries where haircuts are expensive. <em>Pro tip</em>: You can combine this with vlogging and use this as your content on your vlog to increase exposure.</p>

5. Haircuts for Tips

If you know how to cut hair, another great way to earn money is to offer free haircuts and keep profits from their tips if they decide to give you one. You only need hair clippers for this one, so you can be flexible and earn well in countries where haircuts are expensive. Pro tip : You can combine this with vlogging and use this as your content on your vlog to increase exposure.

<p><span>In a tabloid or on a gossip website, if a celebrity looks to be posing in a staged photo, they most certainly are. Stars view it as a cooperative effort that benefits all parties, and fans frequently aren’t aware that the “candid” photos were expertly staged before being made public.</span></p>

6. Exposure for Businesses

This travel job is for those with a well-developed online business. If you already have a travel blog , you can always ask restaurant owners, bar owners, hotels, and others who provide services in tourism if they would like to collaborate on a promotion on your website. The business will get exposure to your audience, and you can negotiate payment or exchanges for that promotion, like a one-night hotel stay or a free meal.

<p>This unique locale lets guests taste wine from three family-owned micro-wineries: Blacksmith Cellars, Sunset Cellars, and King Andrew Vineyard. Staff at the tasting room are wine producers and grape growers, providing expert knowledge on the local wines and the Suisun Valley wine region. The tasting list changes weekly. And guess what — you can bring picnics or snacks (but no outside drinks). Stop by La Barista Espresso for deli sandwiches on your way to the <a href="https://suisunvalleywinecoop.com/" rel="nofollow noopener">Suisun Valley Wine Co-op</a>.</p><ul> <li><strong>Blacksmith Cellars:</strong> Founded in 2003, winemaker Matt Smith crafts complex wines, distinctive varietal-driven and blended wines.</li> <li><strong>Sunset Cellars:</strong> Starting in 1997 in the garage of the Inner Sunset neighborhood in <a href="https://wealthofgeeks.com/kid-friendly-things-to-do-in-san-francisco/">San Francisco</a>, Sunset Cellars has a minimalist winemaking style and respects the grower’s efforts in the vineyards.</li> <li><strong>King Andrew Vineyard:</strong> After growing grapes in their own vineyard, Roger King and his wife Carol brought their bottled wine from small lot production to the winery. The fresh and vibrant wines are bottled with limited intervention.</li> </ul><p>Reservations are not required, but they are recommended.</p>

7. Bartending

A good barista is always a much-needed part of the crew. If you know how to mix drinks or make a killer espresso, you can always offer your services to nightclubs or cafes and earn a decent wage, plus tips.

Image Credit: Shutterstock / Nina Lishchuk.

8. Temporary Tattoos or Hair Styling

Unlike the classic tattoo industry, where laws and regulations can tie up employment approval, temporary tattoos can be done anytime, anywhere, and do not fall under any laws and regulations. There is a low risk of infection with temporary tattoos or paints, unlike classic tattoos that are created by piercing the skin. Hair braiding or wrapping is popular at beach destinations and can also be done anytime, anywhere.

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9. Working on a Cruise Ship

Working on a cruise ship is more permanent, but it still fits within the scope of travel jobs. There are numerous jobs that you can do on a cruise ship, and each of those offers some nice wages. Understandably, a captain makes much more than a cabin steward, but all employees receive benefits and gratuity. You can use the time between shifts to discover beautiful cities wherever you stop. 

<p>Discussions about places to visit in Montenegro tend to begin with Kotor, and it is easy to see why. Kotor packs plenty into its relatively small borders, with a proud maritime history allied to modern cafes, restaurants, and bars, plus some of the most alluring churches in this part of the world. Stop for a romantic courtyard lunch at Pržun before taking the arduous walk up to the fortress walls, where the ultimate view of the Bay of Kotor awaits.</p>

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Just call her Sleeping Boobie.

A theme park dubbed the “ cheaper, weirder Disneyland ” is taking heat after a photo of its Sleeping Beauty attraction went viral.

The display of Princess Aurora at the Efteling Theme Park Resort in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands, depicts the Disney princess with rather large breasts.

The Sleeping Beauty attraction before with a smaller bust

Nick Ringelberg posted a photo mocking it on social media, showing Sleeping Beauty with a curvaceous bosom, sleeping on a red bed with her flowing, long, blond hair and wearing a white gown.

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But, according to Ringelberg, Sleeping Beauty’s hair wasn’t always that long — and her breasts certainly weren’t as big.

“Her hair has grown a lot in the last 8 months, some people think there’s more than just hair grown, no idea, not paying attention,” the travel photographer wrote on X in a post translated from German.

A spokesperson claimed that during the time the Sleeping Beauty Castle was closed for maintenance in the Fairytale Forest, the figure of Aurora was re-designed to look more like the real drawing, complete with longer hair and new lighting.

The stones of the path leading up to the castle, along with the mattress Sleeping Beauty sleeps on, were also changed — but social media users were too flabbergasted by the bosom boost in the princess’ physical appearance to take note.

“I heard she’s going to start an OF,” one person quipped, referring to OnlyFans, in a translated comment.

“Looks like it’s not cold in the castle anyway,” another joked.

“I’m going to check it out tomorrow,” one commenter said.

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A spokesperson for the park told the local press, “People are quite surprised. We didn’t mean for it to stand out like that.

“We understand the confusion and it is also quite comical, although it was not intended that way.”

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As far as major shopping events go in the beauty world, few are as big of a deal as Sephora’s Savings Event . And as a former beauty retail employee with plenty of experience working sales of this caliber, I can confidently say that the Sephora spring sale is my Super Bowl. From now until Monday, April 15, you can save up to 30 percent on popular brands like Charlotte Tilbury , Kosas , Rare Beauty , and more; all you have to do is apply the promo code YAYSAVE at checkout. 

But here’s the catch: to access the Spring Sale at Sephora, you need to be a Beauty Insider Member . But don’t fret, this membership program is free to join, making it accessible for everyone to get in on the fun (and giving shoppers more perks to enjoy long after the sale is over). Actually, there's another catch. The amount that you'll save depends on your Beauty Insider Member tier. Beginner-level Insider Members can snag 10 percent off everything, while VIB Members can access 15 percent off sitewide. On the other hand, Rouge Members can score 20 percent off during the sale. But, there's still good news for those who haven't moved up in the Sephora ranks yet: regardless of tier, all members can save 30 percent on the entire Sephora Collection . 

With so many products on sale, I went ahead and outlined my top travel beauty picks that I highly recommend checking out before the Sephora Savings Event ends. Keep scrolling to shop the sale like a pro and find your new favorite toiletry bag additions. Don’t forget: use the code YAYSAVE at checkout to unlock 10 to 30 percent off on each of these items. 

Sephora Collection Microsmooth Multi-tasking Baked Face Powder Foundation

If you have especially oily skin in the spring and summer and want a one-and-done product that’ll provide coverage and some pore-mattifying magic, then check out this smoothing powder foundation (especially while it's on sale for $14 this week). This product comes double vetted by my grandma and I; she’s tried plenty of formulas, but just loves how this one “gives a nice, natural, medium finish that doesn’t settle into [her] fine lines and wrinkles too much.”

Sephora Collection Cleansing Balm

As much as I love a good face wash, few cleansing products compare to the effectiveness that you get from a cleansing balm. And considering all of the oil and dirt that you pick up throughout a day of travel, cleansing balms emerge as the do-it-all hero by providing a deep clean that practically melts your makeup, breaks down sunscreen, and gets that gunk out of your pores — all while providing some extra (and much-needed) moisture. Beyond its amazing skincare benefits, this product is an absolute steal right now at $9.  

Supergoop! Mini Glowscreen SPF 40

If there’s one product that you should absolutely prioritize during this savings event, it's a high-quality SPF. And while there are plenty on the market, Supergoop is trusted by Travel + Leisure editors for its next-level protection and better-for-you ingredients. And we particularly love this glowy formula that offers a luminescent finish, leaving you with smoother, brighter-looking skin. In fact, it works so effectively that you might even consider leaving your foundation at home and relying solely on this SPF for sun protection and dewy skin.

The Inkey List Caffine De-puffing + Dark Circle Eye Cream

I have (and love) this eye cream so much that I continually go back to it even after trying more expensive name-brand products. The brand got its start at Sephora and quickly became a fan-favorite for its straight to the point, no-frills ingredient-packed formulas that actually work. It’s formulated with plenty of caffeine to de-puff tired bags, peptides to improve the appearance of dark circles, and other skin-friendly ingredients to reduce those pesky signs of long travel days by leaving you fresh, energized, and refreshed. Oh, and to make it even more universally friendly, it’s fragrance-free for those with sensitive skin.

Glow Recipe Plum Plump Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizer

As much as I love an in-depth, 12-step skincare routine, if I had to prioritize just one item, it would be a high-quality moisturizer with skin-friendly add-ons. The stress of travel can wreak havoc on your skin and deplete it of much-needed moisture, so if you’re looking for a stellar moisturizer to compliment your skin, then consider this one that’s formulated with hyaluronic acid to lock in extra moisture and plump up fine lines for a dewy, supple complexion that feels instantly nourished and looks radiant. Insider tip: Glow Recipe products hardly ever go on sale like this, so don't let this opportunity pass you by. 

Sunday Riley Good Genes All-in-one AHA Lactic Acid Treatment

Sephora is the destination for all of the top-rated and best-selling anti-aging treatments. And while it can be a bit overwhelming navigating all of the different products and active ingredients, it's best to start simple with one serum that can do double (or even triple ) duty. I recommend this one from Sunday Riley that is formulated with lactic acid, which gently exfoliates your skin to stimulate collagen, improves skin texture, shrinks pores, and reduces dark spots and fine lines over time. It may be on the pricier side, but its effective formula makes it well worth the splurge, especially when combined with its limited-time discount. Plus, it'll help you simplify your travel beauty routine since it's so many products in one. 

Summer Fridays Mini Jet Lag Mask + Moisturizer

It’s no secret that stale airplane air and general travel chaos can seriously dry out your skin, and while I haven’t personally tried this two-in-one mask and moisturizer from Summer Fridays, I immediately added it to my cart after seeing that it has over 4,000 perfect ratings from shoppers — one of whom quipped that it made their skin feel like “it drank a [bottle] of Gatorade.” I honestly haven’t read a review as convincing as that in a while, but that combined with its super skincare-charged formula of niacinamide, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid makes me excited to use this extra-nourishing mask after a long travel day. It can even double as a moisturizer when I know I’m going to be spending the day on a plane (or if I'll need to streamline my beauty packing list for a trip). 

Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Lip and Cheek Secrets Set

There have been plenty of TikTok-famous beauty products that have come and gone over the years, but few have remained as well-loved as these Charlotte Tilbury beauty wands. Back in my beauty retail days, I always recommended value sets to shoppers as a way to save money on big-ticket items, and this set comes equipped with two travel-sized beauty wands (one blush shade and one bronzer shade) and two full-sized lip products from the brand's famous Pillow Talk line — all for $50. 

Tower 28 SunnyDays SPF 30 Tinted Sunscreen

When you’re packing your toiletry bag for a trip, it's best to streamline your products as much as you can to save precious space. For just that, I love traveling with this tinted SPF that acts as a sunscreen and glowy foundation. I’m not the only one that loves sensitive skin-friendly sunscreen, one T+L writer raved that “this product saves time and does double duty by evening out my skin tone while also protecting from the sun, no matter the season.” 

Sol De Janeiro Bom Dia Bright Jet Set

Sol de Janeiro has won over the internet with its tropical vacation-reminiscent scented lotions, sprays, and body washes. With this value set, which comes with a trio of lotion, body spray, and shower gel, you can bring your favorite body care products with you on the road (and avoid using those ultra-drying hotel toiletries altogether). Plus, it's a cost-effective way to sample the brand before committing to purchasing the pricier full-sized versions. 

Milk Makeup Mini Hydro Grip Primer

The key to making your makeup last on a busy travel day is a high-quality primer, and this Milk Makeup Hydro Grip formula acts like glue for your makeup by keeping it from cracking, creasing, and fading. But don’t be scared of its gripping qualities, this primer is also formulated with skin-friendly ingredients such as niacinamide and hyaluronic acid to add a bit of extra moisture, too. In fact, it works so well that a firefighter said that after applying, their “makeup looked just as fresh after a 24-hour shift as it did when I first put it on.” If that doesn’t convince you, I don't know what will — well, maybe that it's on sale. 

Kosas Revealer Super Creamy + Brightening Concealer With Caffeine and Hyaluronic Acid

I have tried a lot of concealers over the past decade. If I had to guess, it would be somewhere around 40 to 50 different formulas, so believe me when I saw that this is hands-down the best concealer that I own. In addition to providing a medium-coverage natural finish, it's also formulated with hyaluronic acid to keep my under-eyes from looking fatigued and dry. And if you're someone looking for full-coverage, this concealer also layers like a dream without looking too cakey. I’m using this sale as an opportunity to stock up on this top-tier concealer, and I highly recommend that you do the same. 

Rare Beauty Soft Pinch Liquid Blush

If given the time, I could probably write a 50-page research paper on the impact that this Rare Beauty liquid blush has had on the beauty industry in its short time on the shelves. As far as liquid makeup goes, its long-lasting, pigmented formula truly changed the game and while many brands have tried to replicate its success, none compare to its stunning finish and all-day wear. A little goes a long way, so much so that if you were to wear this blush every single day for a year, you would barely hit the half-way mark on the tube (I know this because that’s the exact situation I’m in right now). If I were you, I’d snag a bottle while it's on sale this week so you can see its stunning finish for yourself. 

Tower 28 LipSoftie Hydrating Tinted Lip Treatment Balm

If you are looking for a lip balm that provides excellent hydration, consider this dermatologist-approved lip treatment balm that’s formulated with ultra-moisturizing shea butter, jojoba, and lysine; it not only provides immediate relief, but it can even prevent future chapped lips. Additionally, the tinted balm shades provide a subtle, natural-looking color to your lips, so you can leave your lipstick or lip gloss at home. And, it's not sticky and comes in a convenient tube for on-the-go application, which is why it's my top recommendation for travelers. 

This is just a taste of the amazing Sephora Savings Event deals. Keep reading for other travel-friendly and top-rated beauty, skin, and haircare finds to shop before the sale is up. 

More Sephora Spring Savings Event Deals

  • Tatcha Mini Favorites Set , $68
  • Act+Acre 2% Stem Cell H-2 Grow Complex , $86
  • Hello Sunday The Invisible One SPF 50 Hydrating Sunscreen + Primer , $28
  • T3 AireBrush Duo Interchangeable Hot Air Blow-dry Brush , $190
  • Igk Rich Kid Coconut Oil Air-dry Styling Cream , $29
  • Virtue Mini Hydrating Recovery Conditioner , $18
  • Amika Mini Perk Up Talc-free Dry Shampoo , $15
  • Kérastase Mini Elixir Ultime Hydrating Hair Oil Serum , $28 
  • Haus Labs Dual-ended Multi-Purpose Makeup Brush , $44
  • Tower 28 Beauty BeachPlease Lip + Cheek Cream Blush , $20
  • Kosas DreamBeam Silicone-Free Mineral Sunscreen SPF 40 , $40
  • Milk Makeup Cooling Water Jelly Tint Lip + Cheek Blush Stain , $24
  • Summer Fridays Midnight Ritual Retinol Renewal Serum , $69
  • Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 Skincare Foundation , $448

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Bring a foam sit p ad (thus making everything a seat) – they are especially good for hiking but also work in cities. Carry a bottle of Tabasco (or Maggi seasoning), especially if hiking. It’s small and makes every snack better. And binoculars . I always carry a small set – you never know what wildlife is going to turn up. Stuart Kenny , travel writer

You can never have enough travel snacks. Yumbox leakproof lunch boxes are worth the investment. And we always pack at least one small card game , perfect for killing time pretty much anywhere. Dobble is brilliant and can be played across language barriers with new friends, as can Uno. I’m obsessed with saving places on Google Maps. It’s the best way to store the places you want to visit and restaurant recommendations, and you can instantly see what’s nearby as you move around. Finally: all the best souvenirs come from supermarkets . Who doesn’t want some French saucisson or real hot sauce from Mexico? Fiona Kerr, travel writer

I always take a Nalgene water bottle , which can double up as a hot water bottle when camping (even in summer in the UK it can get cold at night). Fill it with boiling water and put it in your sleeping bag before you get in, so it’s nice and cosy. It will keep you warm all night. Jane Dunford , deputy travel editor

One key learning from holidaying with teenagers is that the middle-of-nowhere isolation that feels blissful to middle-aged parents is essentially torture to teenagers. Teenagers are addicted to other teenagers. This doesn’t mean you have to take your family hols in Faliraki, but it does mean it’s worth thinking about a location where the kids can walk to a local beach or village by themselves when they fancy a break from the olds. A little bit of freedom goes a long way to keeping teenage spirits up. Jess Cartner-Morley , associate editor (fashion)

My sleeper train essentials include an eye mask, ear plugs, bed socks, towelling slippers (you can swipe these from hotels) or flip-flops for trips to the loo, and a small bottle of hand soap. Always carry cash in case the wifi is down and card payments aren’t working, and don’t wear anything loose or swishy that will wipe the floor around you – leggings or yoga-style pants are ideal. Before you sleep, make sure to rattle-proof the compartment: take down coat hangers and lay bottles flat. And finally, if you even wonder for a moment if you need the loo ... go! You won’t sleep until you do. Monisha Rajesh , author and journalist

It is an immutable law of adventurous travel that all bags will be filled to bursting and your shoes will fall apart. That’s certainly true for my kind of far-flung trips, but even on a weekend away in Barcelona a wheel can detach from the wheelie bag at the worst possible moment. So now I take one sturdy rucksack that falls within budget airline restrictions and wear the sturdiest of hiking boots . It might raise eyebrows when you check in at a chateau or country house hotel, but you will swan past the baggage carousel and still be able to yomp into town during the taxi strike. The hard-shell wheelie bag I once bought remains in the attic, awaiting spare parts. Kevin Rushby , travel writer

You only need two lip sticks/glosses/balms . One nude and something bolder, like red, will work for any occasion. The best way to cleanse is with a warm flannel, but not all holiday accommodation provides them, so I take a few flannels with me, plus a waterproof pouch to bring them home in. No one wears enough SPF. Best practice is at least two finger-lengths (index and middle finger) for face and neck. Take a dedicated facial SPF rather than just SPF makeup – you’d have to cake yourself in it to be safe (by all means take it, but adopt a belt-and-braces approach by putting it on top of your sun protection). And pack an SPF mist so you can top up without removing your makeup. Sali Hughes , beauty columnist

I’ve taken some of the stress out of travelling by using an Apple AirTag , which I leave in my checked luggage. It makes the wait at the baggage carousel less stressful, as I’ll know by then if the luggage has got lost along the way. They’re useful things to have – keep one in your handbag, rucksack or hire car. I just wish I’d also left one in our own car, which was stolen recently while I was away. Mary Novakovich , travel writer

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If you have babies or toddlers, you may already own a small inflatable paddling pool . Take it on your beach holiday. It may sound crazy when you have the actual sea to play in, but hear me out. Babies love to crawl away, and eat sand, and go dangerously near the waves. Plonk them in a paddling pool with some toys and they’re safe and happy. You might even get to read your book for five minutes. Suzanne Lemon, art director

Recently, in The Passenger Press, a wonderful shop in Glasgow, I discovered Papier d’Arménie , scented papers that you can set alight to remove unfortunate odours. They are tiny and can be carried in a purse or wallet, have 36 strips and come in three scents. Audrey Gillan , journalist and broadcaster

Going for a swim is a brilliant way to calm frazzled senses when you’re on the road, particularly when travelling with children. It really helps them to unravel after being cramped up and bombarded with new noises, sights and smells. I recently had a few hours’ stopover in Paris after an overnight bus and, instead of racing around the sights, I found a cheap local hammam for a soak in a hot pool and a steam. I felt much more human when I got home than if I’d spent the morning walking up the Champs-Élysées. Rhiannon Batten , travel writer

Pack a travel cosmetics kit for your beauty and health items, then pop it on a hook in your hotel bathroom. The best one I have found is Bagsmart’s Space Saver toiletry bag – it isn’t bulky, unlike lots of travel beauty cases, and it’s wipe-clean. Holidays are a good chance to try something new and break beauty habits . So if you feel like you “need” makeup every day when you’re at home, try easing up on it when you’re on holiday, to feel more comfortable in your own skin. Conversely, if you find wearing makeup daunting, try experimenting with it on holiday, when you’re more relaxed and care less about the judgment of strangers. Anita Bhagwandas , beauty columnist

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Make a playlist as you go . Ask people you meet for recommendations; listen out for the music playing around you in cafes, bars and hotel dining rooms; search for local bands. You’ll end up with a musical memory of the trip – an eclectic selection that will whisk you back there whenever you play it. It’s an especially good thing for solo travellers to do – asking for suggestions is a great conversation starter. Sarah Louise Baxter, travel writer

When you’re about to head to a country where you don’t speak the language, rather than simply memorising the usual “Hello. Goodbye. Excuse me. Sorry. Thank you”, try to learn 100 nouns (or 200-300 if you’ve the time). It may sound daunting, but with apps and phrase books it takes less time than you’d think. Even if I’m heading for a country where the locals speak great English, I find it really helpful when reading signs, menus etc. Dixe Wills , travel writer

Try the 3-3-3 packing method . Essentially, it means choosing three tops, three bottoms and three pairs of shoes to create multiple looks. You can tweak it according to the type of holiday and your own style. TikTok has loads of videos with suggestions of what to take on various trips, and you’d be surprised how many looks you can make out of nine core pieces. Get a long strap for your phone . That way, you can wear it crossbody and avoid stressing about it getting snatched out of your hand when taking photos in tourist/pickpocket hotspots. For mooching around a gallery or day trips, think about whether you really need a bag. Instead of carrying a wallet, I use Apple Pay and download e-tickets. If you need a physical cards try a magnetic wallet that attaches to the back of your phone. You can fit cash in the back of it too. If you’re dining at your hotel, ask for dessert to be brought to your room , so you can pop on a comfy robe and eat it in bed while watching Netflix. Chloe Mac Donnell , deputy fashion editor

Packing blister plasters may sound OTT but there is nothing worse than developing a blister on day one of a minibreak when day two is going to require a high step count. So Compeed yourself in advance – you know the problem spots; there is probably still an echo of a blister from the last time you explored a new city – and avoid developing a bigger problem when you’re just hitting your stride. Ellie Bramley , acting fashion editor

You never know what types of tea will be available when you arrive at self-catering accommodation: I pack a  handful of my favourite teabags (breakfast, decaf, peppermint). If it’s a fairly local destination, I’ll also take an insulated bottle with some cold milk in, so we can have a cuppa when we arrive, and unpack before worrying about where to do the big shop (or waiting for it to be delivered, if we’ve managed to be so organised). Ruth Lewy , deputy editor

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It’s that time of year when Beauty Insiders everywhere get the chance to score big during the Sephora Savings Event . And I, for one, have been waiting for weeks to snap up some of my favorite rarely on-sale products from brands like Rare Beauty , Summer Fridays , Ilia , and even Dyson .

Before you start shopping, here’s a reminder of how the sale works: Currently, Rouge members (those spending upward of $1,000 per year) can receive 20 percent off their entire purchase. Starting tomorrow, April 9, VIB members (those who’ve spent at least $350) and Insider members (all other members) will earn 15 percent and 10 percent off, respectively. And finally, everyone can save 30 percent on Sephora Collection products until April 15 — no account necessary.

To unlock your discount, use the code YAYSAVE at checkout (there’s no limit to how many purchases you can make using the code throughout the sale). As you scroll on below, you’ll notice that I’ve applied the 20 percent Rogue discount to all of the items here. I’ll be back to update this post one last time tomorrow — but until then, here’s a list of all the very best deals I’ve spotted.

Ole Henriksen Banana Bright+ Eye Crème

Our beauty columnist Rio Viera-Newton swears by this  Banana Bright+ Eye Cream  to banish dark under-eye circles. (She also loves to use it to help  under-eye concealer  stay put for longer.)

Hyper Skin Brightening Clearing Vitamin C Serum

Another brightening treatment is Hyper Skin’s vitamin-C  serum, which is designed to rapidly fade dark spots. After five months of using this formulation, Denton-Hurst says she noticed  less hyperpigmentation on her skin, particularly around her chin.

Dieux Air Angel Collagen & Peptide Hydrating Gel Cream

For a new daytime moisturizer that’ll melt into skin, I recommend this lightweight formula from Dieux. It’s ideal for sensitive to  oily  (and acne-prone) skin and contains barrier-restoring ingredients like glycerin, squalane, urea, and amino acids.

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Hydra-Firm Night Cream

Speaking of creams, here’s one of our favorite night creams that’s paraben-free and noncomedogenic, meaning it’s safe for sensitive skin and acne-prone skin.

Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask

This mask from Summer Fridays is still one of the brand’s most beloved products — and for good reason. It drenches skin with a blend of glycerin, hyaluronic acid, and antioxidants to soothe and renew your complexion. (Many folks swear by it for in-flight hydration, but it can also be used as a daily moisturizer.)

EADEM Cashmere Peel

Last month, Eadem launched Cashmere Peel, a gentle milky toner that’s designed to slough away dead skin cells, unclog pores, and smooth uneven texture. If you’ve been wanting to try it, now’s your chance.

Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40

My skin starts to get shinier than usual during this time of year, so Supergoop’s lightweight, primerlike sunscreen is essential. It dries completely clear and blends seamlessly into my makeup routine.

Tan-Luxe The Gradual Illuminating Tanning Lotion

Deemed our best self-tanner for the face , this lotion from Tan-Luxe is “basically skin care with a tanner in it,” says spray-tan expert Sabrina Johnson, who cites the formula’s moisturizing ingredients, including raspberry-seed oil, vitamin E, and aloe vera.

Merit Clean Lash Lengthening Tubing Mascara

There’s no better time to trade your old mascara for a tubing formula such as Merit’s Clean Lash. It won’t smudge or flake, and our writer Kitty Guo says it’s her pick for an everyday “your lashes but better” look.

Summer Fridays Lip Butter Balm

If you’re already a fan of the vanilla lip balm from Summer Fridays, try this tinted (and equally moisturizing) “cherry” shade.

Ilia Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40

When I don’t want to wear foundation, this Ilia skin tint is my go-to. The formula offers a light, glowy finish, plus it contains SPF protection and plenty of nourishing skin-care ingredients like squalane, hyaluronic acid, and niacinamide.

Rare Beauty Soft Pinch Liquid Blush

We found Rare Beauty’s liquid blush to be the most buildable in our roundup of the best in the category. It’s available in two finishes (matte and radiant) and ten shades, which can even be applied as an eyeshadow or lip tint.

Sephora Collection Best Skin Ever Full Coverage Multi-Use Concealer

When we spoke to Sephora employees about what TikTok-recommended products are actually worth it, they told us about this dupe for Tarte’s Shape Tape. And when our writer Arielle Avila tried it for herself, she reported that it’s actually better: “It’s long-lasting and buildable, and it keeps my under eyes hydrated and glowing,” she says.

Kulfi Free The Brow Volumizing & Laminating Brow Gel

I wrote about Kulfi’s non-flakey brow gel-slash-serum in last week’s edition of our Beauty Brief newsletter. The formula makes my brows look like I just left a lamination appointment, meaning they’re ultrafeathery yet more defined. (Fair warning: It tends to sell out quickly, so I’d snag one ASAP.)

Danessa Myricks Beauty Yummy Skin Blurring Balm Powder Flushed

After testing over 20 cream blushes to find one that actually lasts, Rio crowned this formula the winner. She says the high pigment, in conjunction with the soft, powdery finish, is what makes this Danessa Myricks blush really stick to the skin.

Crown Affair The Dry Shampoo

Last year, Avila swapped her old aerosol dry shampoo for Crown Affair’s talc-free formula and never looked back. “I’m able to go days after washing my hair without an oily or irritated scalp,” she says.

K18 Biomimetic Hairscience Mini Leave-In Molecular Repair Hair Mask

K18’s powerful treatment mask  is a must-have for anyone with color-treated hair . It’s extremely hydrating and works to repair the breakage I often notice after lightening my roots.

Color Wow Mini Dream Coat Supernatural Spray Anti-Frizz Treatment

I’ve heard great things about Color Wow’s Dream Coat spray, which works to keep hair from getting puffy and frizzy even on humid days.

Shark FlexStyle Air-Drying & Styling System, Powerful Hair Blow-Dryer, and Multi-Styler

I’ve also got my eye on Shark’s powerful blow-dryer brush . It’s half the price of Dyson’s Airwrap and utilizes the same high-speed airflow technology and variety of attachments.

First Aid Beauty KP Bump Eraser Body Scrub With 10% AHA

In my new roundup of  the best body scrubs , I crowned this my top choice for treating  keratosis pilaris . It contains tiny pumice buffing beads that work to brush away dead skin cells, so it also works for clearing up buttne ( butt acne ) and loosening ingrown hairs.

Nécessaire Hand Cream

If your post-winter hands are feeling dry and scaly, our writer and resident beauty expert Tembe Denton-Hurst says nothing compares to Nécessaire’s “practically perfect” cream . It’s deeply moisturizing, and leaves her hands with a “subtle sheen without going greasy.”

Sephora Collection Nourishing Foot Mask in Coconut + Lavender

Or treat yourself to this coconut-rich mask that’ll leave your feet silky smooth for sandal season.

Canopy Humidifier Starter Set

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King Charles and Queen Camilla Are Set to Spend Their Wedding Anniversary at Birkhall

The King and Queen tied the knot 19 years ago.

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Charles and Camilla tied the knot on April 9, 2005 in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall, then received a religious blessing at St. George's Chapel at Windsor. After, they honeymooned at Birkhall, a home which previously belonged to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother until her death in 2002.

"It is such a special place, particularly because it was made by my grandmother. It is a childhood garden, and all I've done, really, is enhance it a bit," Charles told Country Life of his love for Birkhall's gardens . While Balmoral was long thought to be Queen Elizabeth's favorite residence, Birkhall is a favorite of King Charles. Recently, Balmoral Castle announced the interior of the castle will be open to the public for the first time ; King Charles granted permission for visitors to go on private tours through rooms used by the royal family.

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King Charles was set to spend January in Scotland before he had to travel back to London for treatment for an enlarged prostate , then he stayed near London after Buckingham Palace revealed his cancer diagnosis. During the past few months, he has been pictured attending church at Sandringham , the royal family's private estate in Norfolk.

The news of his upcoming travel to Scotland viewed as a promising sign in his cancer treatment , especially after he appeared with a small group of royals at Easter Sunday services last weekend in Windsor and greeted well-wishers who were waiting outside the church.

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Emily Burack (she/her) is the Senior News Editor for Town & Country, where she covers entertainment, culture, the royals, and a range of other subjects. Before joining T&C, she was the deputy managing editor at Hey Alma , a Jewish culture site. Follow her @emburack on Twitter and Instagram .

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