Tim Leffel is the author of two travel books, is the co-author of a third, and is the author of a book on travel writing.
* Available Now - Travel Writing 2.0: Earning Money From Your Travels in the New Media Landscape - See more on the accompanying travel writing blog.
Your Travel Dollars Worth a Fortune: The Contrarian Traveler's Guide
to Getting More for Less
"This practical guide teaches travelers how to take the best advantage of travel opportunities by avoiding the typical tourist mentality. Author Tim Leffel shows readers how to bypass the traps that drive up expenses and find the best value, whether as a young backpacker or a wealthy retiree. Drawing on his own extensive experience, the author also covers what steps to take and what resources to use to save money on travel and how to travel better - or more often - on a smaller budget. A dozen other notable travel writers and subject matter experts contribute sidebars on specific ways to save."
World's Cheapest Destinations: 21 Countries Where Your Money is Worth
(Revised 4th Edition 2013)
"Leffel uses colorful and sometimes blunt language to describe 21 countries worth visiting where travel is cheap."
- The Boston Globe
"Warning: this book is hazardous to your ability to stay in one place."
- Chris Guillebeau, author of The $100 Startup
"Hands down the best guide to traveling the world on a budget."
- Wanderlust and Lipstick
Order it from your local bookstore or get it here:
Fishpond (Australia/New Zealand)
Get the Amazon Kindle version or the PDF e-book version. You can also find a Nook one at Barnes & Noble or an Apple one through the iBookstore.
Traveler's Tool Kit: Mexico and Central America. Released by Menasha Ridge Press, co-written with Rob Sangster.
"Covering topics from safety to shopping and packing tips to preserving memories, this encyclopedic reference will help travelers better enjoy their journeys to this popular part of the world."
International Travel News
"Aimed at travelers who want to dive deep and fully experience the region, this volume is packed with just the right mix of travel philosophy, cultural insights and practical tips."
Jim Benning, co-editor, WorldHum.com