How to Become a Travel Ninja (e-book review)

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Diwali flowers. Photo by Susanna Sender.

A few months ago, Chris Guillebeau released How to Become a Travel Ninja, a 39-page guide designed to help travellers save money.

In case you haven’t heard of Chris, here’s what you need to know: He’s on a mission to visit every country in the world in 5 years. He’s well on his way – over 100 countries have been ticked off the list – and flies over 40 times a year. In short, if you’re looking for an expert who can tell you how to travel more for less, Chris is your guy.

If you’re looking for an expert who can tell you how to travel more for less, Chris is your guy.

Travel Ninja is a welcome companion to The Unconventional Guide to Discount Airfare, Chris’ ebook about finding cheap (or free) airfare. There is a little overlap, but Travel Ninja has a wider scope and goes into more depth on a few topics. Here’s what it covers:

As with all of Chris’ ebooks, the design is impeccable and the writing is fluid and conversational. I read through it in one sitting, effortlessly, and came away with some solid advice and unique strategies for saving money on the road.

The ebook is available in two packages. Here’s what the Basic Package includes:

If you go for the Complete Package, you get all of those things as well as:

Whichever version you go for, you’ll get 6 months of free updates and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Plus, if you quote TB at checkout, Chris will shave 10% off the price.

Buy the Basic Version now for $39: Travel Ninja basic version

Buy the Complete Version now for $58: Travel Ninja complete version

Editor’s note: This review contained affiliate links.

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Discussion »

  • #1Traveling101

    Wow, this is amazing, I can’t wait to start following him! Sounds like something I would want to do…

  • #2Una Bertrand

    I never aspired to become a ninja. But surely, I am more than entertained watching ninjas wrestle each other.

  • #3Bankabletravel

    This is exactly what us travellers need! More of us publishing, but more than that just sharing our experiences. I love reading travel tips and putting them into action then later finding out that I got a better deal than other travellers! All thx to the read!

    On my way to becoming a travel ninja!

  • #4family vacation planners

    I think the only real way to become a travel ninja is to find a job that pays you well, and for any business endeavors they may have.
    -Jack

  • #5Online Tourist

    I’ve heard about this book from a friend, who is a travel ninja of sorts. I’ll be featuring it in my blog as one useful travel resource. Thanks.

  • #6Martin

    Interesting stuff you got here. Will become a regular now :)

  • #7wrinklie

    Sounds like Chris should have quite a bit of knowledge to share. thanks

  • #8Kevin

    Pretty cool book. Has some great info glad I picked it up for my frequent business trips to mexico.

  • #9jen

    The 10% discount code seems to be invalid???

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