11 sites that help entrepreneurs travel for free!
As an entrepreneur to work your way around the entire world! Meet your clients in melbourne, attend your favorite event in amsterdam, source your products in china, learn marketing in canada, team discussion in silicon valley! Seems too good to be true, does it? What if I tell you, as far fetched it may sound, there are ways (11 sites to be exact) to make our fantasies come true! Icing on the top – it won’t cost a penny to your pocket!
Take networking to the next level! Refuga helps you travel to most exciting of places with entrepreneurs from around the globe. Let’s bond over coffee on the himalayas?
Like to teach? What if i told you that teaching a skill can earn you a bed in the city you want, local or abroad! Check out worldpacker stay in some of the most incredible locations around the world without a penny.
Visit europe’s #1 for innovation and entrepreneurship – GTEC (German tech entrepreneurship centre) today! Diverbo recruits English speakers to help foreigners in Spain and Germany practice their language skills. Even better: Diverbo prefers if you don’t speak Spanish or German!
Get your hands dirty on the grassroot level! Literally! Wwoof help entrepreneurs work on all kinds of farms. From winery to cheese farms! The host in return will pay for your accommodation and food.
A lot of you might even know about this one. Workaway has the same help and stay concept, it has
You won’t be paid as a workawayer, but you should have all expenses covered, while volunteering. The Workaway website is a work/exchange volunteer type of program, with projects all over the world. Workaway is a great concept of making your way around the world by volunteering and giving back to the community, while having the expenses paid and getting to know a new culture in depth. Workaway is perfect for people who want to stay a long time in a certain place for free.
stay and help
stay and pay
or stay for free
stay it your way – choose the type of your stay. You and your host decide. staydu is the best way to experience cultural exchange. It allows you to become a part of a foreign culture.
A neat site that matches hosts from around the world with travelers looking for unique local experiences. That can mean volunteering to teach English or doing farm work in exchange for lodging and meals, or simply paying a small fee to move in with a local resident. The site is not overly populated with opportunities yet, but shows a lot of potential.
www.helpx.net – A website that lists worldwide hosts who are looking for an extra pair of hands, whether it be in their farm or garden, working in schools or on religious projects, building houses or community centers, or simply helping a family take the kids to school.
A small membership fee is required to access host details, but board and lodging is provided in exchange for your work.
7. Blabla car
Today’s hitchhikers need no longer stand by the road and hope. Instead, they pair up with like-minded drivers online, by posting their starting point, destination, how far they are willing to drive to pick up a passenger, and what they are willing to contribute to the cost for the journey. Other information, including how chatty the driver and passenger each claim to be—thus the name BlaBlaCar—attempts to ensure that parties are compatible before undertaking a long journey.
8. Go cambio
It works two ways – guest (where you visit someone) or host (where you offer a stay)
Go cambio guest – Want to travel? Want to experience new cultures? Want to save loads of money on hotel rooms? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. You can get a free place to stay, a few meals and a warm welcome just by helping your host practice something that you’re already good at.
We’ve all got something worth sharing… whether that’s your native language, a practical skill like playing guitar or even an encyclopedic knowledge of the works of Tolstoy. You don’t have to be a teacher or have any previous experience. It’s just about two newfound friends swapping what they have for what they want.
Go cambio host – Conversational English. Thai cooking. Blues guitar. Or even PHP programming. Whatever skill or a language you’d like to improve (or even learn from scratch), the chances are there’s a GoCambio Guest who can help you out. For free.
All you have to do is offer them a place to stay and a warm welcome. It’s a great way to learn without paying loads of cash to a tutor. It’s more fun than evening classes. And it’s great way to meet people from around the world. It’s an exchange between friends.
It’s a contact platform between host and helpers. They hold a database of Farms, House Holders, Art Retreat Centres, Eco- villages, Backpacker Hostels, Surf Lodges, Vineyards, Ranches, Schools, Monasteries and Kibbutzim, all who are looking for a few hours of honest help and offering accommodation and food in exchange.
Travelling the world is an expensive business – but not if you’re prepared to roll your sleeves up.
You can now stay in some of the most incredible locations around the world without a penny, by exchanging skills for a free bed for the night, thanks to an innovative travel site called Worldpackers.
It has a presence in over 96 countries, allowing people to lend their hand at a range of jobs including cooking, cleaning, photography and party promoting.
11. Cultural Homestay International (CHI)
Cultural Homestay International (CHI), founded in 1980 and present in over 100 countries, is a world leader in educational and cultural exchange. They bring people together through their extensive portfolio of exchange opportunities for individuals, host families, and host businesses, both in the U.S. and abroad.
CHI sets itself apart by matching great participants with enthusiastic families and businesses, and providing personal, local support for every program. Independent and family operated, and the husband-and-wife founders still passionately guide our vision of fostering international understanding and goodwill from headquarters in Marin County, CA.