Happy Friday Travel Junkies,

10xTravel Trips are officially open for reservations!

Book Your Trip!

You can secure your spot today by visiting our Trips Page and navigating to the trip(s) that you would like to book.

Here are the dates and locations of our current itineraries:

  • Greece – August 21 – 28, 2021 
  • Bali – September 13- 20, 2021
  • Iceland – January 15-21, 2022
  • New Zealand – February 4-12, 2022
  • The Galapagos – May 7-15, 2022

Keep in mind that the first ~8-10 reservations qualify for early bird pricing, a savings of $100 per reservation. 

Be sure to check out our announcement post or the trip details page for additional information on itineraries, booking policies, etc.

Feel free to drop any questions in the comments or email them to [email protected]

Can’t wait to see you in Greece, Bali, Iceland, New Zealand, or The Galapagos!

Happy Travels,

Bryce


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About the Author

Bryce Conway is the Founder of 10xTravel.com and Author of Takeoff: How to Travel the World for Next to Nothing and How to Fix Your Credit: Do it Once. Do it Right. Get on with Your Life. Bryce’s work has been featured in multiple national media outlets including Good Morning America, Money Magazine, and ABC Nightline News. Bryce created 10xTravel in 2014 and has been hanging out in the points and miles community since 2011....

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