‘Travel Hacking’, as it is referred to, denotes flying for free, never paying full price and always getting the most out of travels. Triphackr was created to share tips and travel hacks accumulated from over a decade of constant traveling. The focal point was to maximize the experience from adventures during limited days off from the 9-5 world–and that is what makes Triphackr what it is today. The aim of this blog is to show anyone that they can travel more often for less. From utilizing miles to book free or much cheaper flights or getting the most out of travel guides, the reader will learn new ways to acquire travel deals. Travel hacking is indeed a lot more than frequent flyer miles and credit cards, but a way of maximizing the leisure intended from trips. Not everyone is equipped with frequent travel miles and travel credit cards, thankfully there are other ways to get cheaper hotel rooms and flights and travel hacking will help you do just that. With over a decades worth of travel guides to over 120 countries (which includes an expedition guide to Mount Everest’s base camp), trip planning to many big cities and handy reviews on travel gear frequently used within the blog as well, travel hacking covers, in depth, the aforementioned and much more. The blog brings out the techie side of traveling and its importance and contribution to a well equipped and enjoyed journey. Not just that, Triphackr also offers an insight on certain life lessons learned throughout the blogger’s journey.