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✈️ The Zero To Travel Podcast has been downloaded 12+ million times and named a "Best Travel Podcast" by The Washington Post, Travel + Leisure, The Telegraph, and Forbes.
Packed with life-changing perspectives, inspiration, and practical advice for everyone from travel newbies to nomads, this podcast will give you everything you need to travel the world on your terms, regardless of your situation or experience. Welcome to our amazing global listening community!
Since 2013, "Travel Ambassador" Jason Moore from zerototravel.com has been picking the brains of adventurous people living an unconventional life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly.
Along the way, you'll get actionable advice and key resources that will improve your life AND help you travel more as we get down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, the best off-the-beaten-path destinations to visit, travel and work opportunities, gutsy budget travel strategies, surprising ways to earn free travel, the digital nomad life, unconventional travel based lifestyles, fun travel jobs, how to plan epic adventures, backpacking, remote work, how to take a gap year or a career break, 4-hour work week inspired topics, ex-pat life, slow travel, travel hacking, sustainable travel, human-powered adventures, trips worth planning, and everything in between.
Host Bio: Jason wandered the planet as a nomad for over a decade and spent 15+ years on the road as a tour manager in events/music, a seasonal adventure travel tour guide, and a digital nomad. Originally from the USA, he is now a dual citizen (Norway/USA) based in Oslo. He is obsessed with helping YOU explore our planet on your terms.
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    • 4.6 • 742 Ratings

✈️ The Zero To Travel Podcast has been downloaded 12+ million times and named a "Best Travel Podcast" by The Washington Post, Travel + Leisure, The Telegraph, and Forbes.
Packed with life-changing perspectives, inspiration, and practical advice for everyone from travel newbies to nomads, this podcast will give you everything you need to travel the world on your terms, regardless of your situation or experience. Welcome to our amazing global listening community!
Since 2013, "Travel Ambassador" Jason Moore from zerototravel.com has been picking the brains of adventurous people living an unconventional life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly.
Along the way, you'll get actionable advice and key resources that will improve your life AND help you travel more as we get down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, the best off-the-beaten-path destinations to visit, travel and work opportunities, gutsy budget travel strategies, surprising ways to earn free travel, the digital nomad life, unconventional travel based lifestyles, fun travel jobs, how to plan epic adventures, backpacking, remote work, how to take a gap year or a career break, 4-hour work week inspired topics, ex-pat life, slow travel, travel hacking, sustainable travel, human-powered adventures, trips worth planning, and everything in between.
Host Bio: Jason wandered the planet as a nomad for over a decade and spent 15+ years on the road as a tour manager in events/music, a seasonal adventure travel tour guide, and a digital nomad. Originally from the USA, he is now a dual citizen (Norway/USA) based in Oslo. He is obsessed with helping YOU explore our planet on your terms.
Follow the show (it's FREE!) and welcome to the global community. 🙏
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    Top 10 Road Trip Albums With Jason Law

    Top 10 Road Trip Albums With Jason Law

    What’s better than getting out on the open road and blasting your favorite jams? I’m with my buddy Jason Law to break down our top 10 road trip albums to fuel your next adventure.
    Jason and his wife Kelly run Festy GoNuts and GoNuts Marketing, the ultimate resource for enhancing your music festival experience. In addition to our list, you’ll hear about his experience building these businesses and creating a location-independent lifestyle.
    Get ready for a lot of great music, great fun, and great insights!
    What are your favorite road trip albums? I'd love to hear what they are, and I hope you’ll share them by sending me an audio message.
    *We're sharing previous episodes highlighting the most EPIC lists this month! Zero To Travel interviews are timeless, providing valuable insight whenever you listen.
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    What timeless albums and songs are a must-listen for the ultimate road trip

    How Jason Law turned his passion for music festivals into a business

    Ways to create magic working around things you love

    What music deserves an honorable mention

    And so much more

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    Top 11 Ways To Rock Your Music Festival Experience

    Music Festivals 101: Travel, Culture and Music With Festy Go Nuts

    32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part One

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    • 45 min
    Two Paths to Location Independence and Travel (No Skills Required) With Caitlin Sunderland and Janessa Klatt

    Two Paths to Location Independence and Travel (No Skills Required) With Caitlin Sunderland and Janessa Klatt

    Want to kickstart your digital nomad adventure or work and travel on your own terms?
    Janessa Klatt and Caitlin Sunderland are podcast managers and two of the core team members here at the Zero To Travel podcast. They’re with me today to share about the unique and nonlinear paths they took to achieve location independence and offer insights on how you can do the same.
    Caitlin and Janessa share advice for pivoting into freelance work, whether you have the skillset or are starting from scratch. We talk about the mindset shifts necessary to be successful as a digital nomad and remote business owner and why having a community is essential. You’ll gain plenty of advice on freelancing best practices, setting boundaries with clients, confidently selling your services, and tons more.
    What side hustle or business do you want to start? What piece of advice from this episode will you apply? I'd love to hear your thoughts, and I hope you’ll share them by sending me an audio message.
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    Tune In To Learn:

    The very different ways Caitlin and Janessa approached building a life of work and travel

    How to embrace the challenges and uncertainties while pivoting into freelance work

    Best practices for starting your freelancing career

    The employee mindset trap and why you need to set boundaries with clients

    Why finding support within a community is important for your success

    How to build your confidence and sell your services

    How to manage client expectations and advice for business owners wanting to work with freelancers

    Insight into living sustainably as a digital nomad freelancer 

    Destination recommendations and where they’re going next

    And so much more

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    Connect with Caitlin


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    Location Independent Tips From A Full-Time Freelancer + Making Less and Traveling More

    Building, Growing, and Enjoying a Successful 7-Figure Lifestyle Business with Dan Andrews from Tropical MBA

    Random Travel Jobs, Digital Nomading and Slow Travel with Hannah Dixon

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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Top 7 Hidden Wonders of the World With Dylan Thuras (Atlas Obscura)

    Top 7 Hidden Wonders of the World With Dylan Thuras (Atlas Obscura)

    Do you want to get off the beaten path and visit obscure destinations?
    Entrepreneur, podcaster, and travel junkie Dylan Thuras joins me to discuss some of his favorite lesser-known wonders and delicacies from all seven continents and why they’re worth the visit.
    Dylan is the co-founder of Atlas Obscura, a global community of explorers who have together created a comprehensive database of the world’s most wondrous places and foods. 
    With his wealth of knowledge about unique points of interest around the world, Dylan covers where to go, how to get there, and what unexpected hidden treasures await you off the beaten path. 
    Which of these seven hidden wonders would you visit first? I'd love to hear what stood out, and I hope you will share by sending me an audio message.
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    Why Atlas Obscura strives to maintain a global perspective

    The most dangerous hike in the world that will lead you to the best tea in Asia 

    The fascinating scientific phenomena you can find in Africa and Antarctica 

    Where you can see one of the largest pieces of mysterious art in the world 

    Which bone church you should visit over other popular options

    The North American castle that will take you back to the Middle Ages

    An astonishing surviving piece of ancient Incan infrastructure

    A surprising delicacy that was thought to be served at the Last Supper

    And so much more

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    Top 10 Travel Wish List + How To Crush Your Bucket List

    Atlas Obscura: Curious World Wonders

    Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Visit That We’ve Never Been

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    • 1 hr 30 min
    Lessons From Winning and Losing Millions in Crypto, How To Find Fulfilling Work, Advice for Transitioning to a Creative Career, and Creating Unlimited Upside With Nat Eliason

    Lessons From Winning and Losing Millions in Crypto, How To Find Fulfilling Work, Advice for Transitioning to a Creative Career, and Creating Unlimited Upside With Nat Eliason

    Why should travelers care about crypto? Nat Eliason joins me to talk about crypto's impact on the world's financial system, how to find fulfillment and success in your work, and how to create “unlimited upside” situations for yourself.
    Nat is a writer whose first book, Crypto Confidential: Winning and Losing Millions in the New Frontier of Finance, documents the wild inside story of crypto’s get-rich-quick underbelly.
    Nat and I also discuss the fine line between crypto gambling and legit use cases, the future of the crypto ecosystem, the best resources to follow if you’re interested in going further, and the biggest lessons he learned from winning and losing millions in crypto.
    How do you think crypto will affect travel? I'd love to hear your thoughts, and I hope you’ll share them by sending me an audio message.
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    How he problem-solves for better insights and gets into his creative flow

    How to make a transition to a new project or more creative work

    Insights into creating the potential for “unlimited upside”

    The fundamentals that every entrepreneur and solopreneur should develop

    An overview of bitcoin, crypto, and what this means for the future

    What he learned from winning and losing millions

    Nat’s predictions on the future of crypto

    And so much more

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    Grab a copy of his book, Crypto Confidential


    Listen to Bankless on Apple and Spotify


    Watch Finematics on YouTube


    Book Recs: Finite and Infinite Games, Antifragile, Words That Work


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    Optimizing For Freedom with Nat Eliason

    Crypto, AI and The Future Of Travel With Rohit Talwar

    How To Balance Your Financial Health & Travel (5 Expert Tips) w/ Kristin Meador

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    • 1 hr 31 min
    Top 6 Reasons To Love Traveling in the USA

    Top 6 Reasons To Love Traveling in the USA

    What destination could you visit over and over again? What do people from other countries love the most about USA travel? 
    In this episode, my lovely wife Anne Dorthe is with me to chat about our family trip to the USA. 
    As a native of Norway, Anne Dorthe shares her unique perspective on traveling to America and gives us her top six favorite things about visiting the States—some of which are sure to surprise you!
    What places do you love to travel to and why? I'd love to hear about them, and I hope you will share by sending me an audio message.
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    Why it's important to talk about your travel budget when planning a trip with your partner

    The amenity the U.S. has that’s hard to find in other places

    What elements of landscape and nature make the U.S. unique

    Why the kindness of strangers is apparent in this country

    Our kids' favorite part of our recent trip

    Anne Dorthe’s favorite type of store to visit in America

    What makes small towns so fun to visit

    The #1 reason we love traveling in the US

    And so much more

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    Check out some Classic US Road Trips


    Learn more about the National Park Service


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    Walking Across America

    Unplugged America

    Visiting Every National Park In One Year w/ Conor Knighton

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    • 42 min
    Top 10 Health and Wellness Destinations (The Best Places To Live In The World) with Nina Butler

    Top 10 Health and Wellness Destinations (The Best Places To Live In The World) with Nina Butler

    What are the things that help you flourish on a deep level? Nina Butler joins me to explore this question as she outlines her criteria for the top ten health and wellness destinations and why these may also be the top places in the world to live. 
    Nina Butler is the founder of InRetreat, which crafts transformative journeys to exceptional eco-destinations around the world. She joins Jason in person this week to talk about wellness holistically, defining it for yourself, and asking yourself about your own priorities when deciding to visit or live somewhere.
    We discuss her top ten wellness destinations across multiple continents, why urban centers can never be wellness destinations, the importance of trees and protected nature spaces, which regions are not yet over-touristed, and so much more.
    Which wellness destinations would you add to this list? I'd love to hear what they are, and I hope you’ll share them by sending me an audio message.

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    How Nina defines wellness and which criteria she used to choose these destinations (hint: it’s not about the best spas in the world)

    Why the ten best wellness destinations may actually be the ten best places in the world to live

    Why urban centers can never be wellness destinations

    How to be intentional about designing your lifestyle and managing screen time

    Which destination Jason dreams about moving to when the Norwegian winter gets challenging

    How community and collective consciousness factor into destinations

    Which surprising European destinations haven’t yet been over-touristed

    A destination that is the only carbon-negative country in the world

    The importance of trees for health and wellbeing

    And so much more


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    Books mentioned: Paul Auster; The Overstory by Richard Powers


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    How To Craft Transformative Retreats (For Yourself or Others) with Nina Butler 

    7 Best Places To Live Abroad w/ Tim Leffel

    Greatest Hits: Staying Healthy and Stress-Free While Traveling With Kirsten Pontius


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    • 1 hr 24 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
742 Ratings

742 Ratings

DCMdrummer ,

Good vibes

Been to 20 countries so relate to the content and I dig this guys’ vibe

KPackFam ,

Vicariously traveling

This show keeps getting better. I’m loving recent guests and topics - especially the gap year episode because our family is considering a gap year or at least gap summers and we have a junior in high school. I love to visit places by listening as I walk on the treadmill imagining being somewhere else or planning my next trip. The guests just keep getting more interesting.

Rob Schmoldt ,

For the Travel Minded

A very nice succinct podcast in address of all things travel. Typically there are actionable takeaways or thought provoking topics to enhance the experiences of new and seasoned ‘wanderlusters’

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