Ibiza, Spain’s world famous party island, is supposed to make for one hella-expensive trip.
If you do it “properly”, it won’t be cheap. You’re looking at well over $1000 for a week – NOT including your flight. Based on my research, $200 a day is an average budget.
But I’ll show you how to do it for under $75 – saving 95% off the normal cost of this vacation, and still have by-and-large the same experience.
But to do so, it’s gonna take some ridiculous creativity and possibly getting uncomfortable with what I like to call “Ultra-Minimalist Travel” or “Extreme Travel Hacking”.
It’s all about questioning our basic assumptions about how the world works, an important habit in it’s own right.
The premise is simple: Find out what is possible in terms of cost savings and use that as our starting point for traveling – not just throwing up our hands and saying “well, $200/day it is, no way around it.”
It’s even sweeter when you can have largely the same experience for a fraction (1/20th) of the price people would normally pay.