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Twin Accomodations emerged unifying home exchange, collaborative consumption and our experience working with technology and Internet. Our members not only reduce their traveling expenses, but also diminish their environmental impact and add their contribution to make of this world a better place.

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Elena dreams of spending her winter holidays living like a Parisian. She begins to search for an apartment in Paris but she notices that, like many of her past trips, she will have to spend more than 50% of her travel budget on accommodation. This year, she hopes to avoid this excessive cost by using Twin Travel .



Places to Visit in 2018

1. Yellowstone National Park, USA

Yellowstone National Park is nearly 3,500-sq.-mile in area. It serves as a wilderness recreation park and is situated on top of an active volcano. It is located in Wyoming, and the park also spreads to parts of Montana and Idaho too. There are many things to witness here such as canyons, alpine rivers, hot springs, and the famous Old Faithful. There are hundreds of animal species, and among them, you can find wolves, elk, and antelope.

Yellowstone National Park

2. Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia

Victoria Falls is situated in southern Africa on the Zambezi River, and it also borders Zambia and Zimbabwe. The waterfall measures one mile across and has a high of more than 350 miles.

3. Tianzi Mountains, China

The Tianzi Mountain is situated in the Hunan Province of China, in close proximity to the Suoxi Valley in China. The mountain is named after Xiang Dakun of the Tujia ethnic group. He led a successful local farmers’ revolt and liked to call himself “Tianzi.”

4. Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat in Cambodia is one of the most significant religious monuments in the world, nearly 165 hectares in area. Originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, it was eventually transformed into a Buddhism temple sometime between the late 11th and early 12th century.

5. Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu, the Incan citadel situated in the Andes Mountains in Peru, lies above the Urubamba River valley. It was built in the 15th century. It was later abandoned. Machu Picchu is known for its dry-stone walls fused with huge blocks. Keep in mind that this was done without the use of mortar. Machu Picchu also features attractive buildings that play on astronomical alignments and panoramic views. Its correct former use remains a mystery.

6. Glacier National Park, Montana, USA

Glacier National Park spans nearly 1,583 square miles and features mostly wilderness. It is located in Montana’s Rocky Mountains and has carved glacial peaks. The mountainous Going-to-the-Sun Road crosses the Park. The park also has a route to photogenic Hidden Lake which is a hiking trail. The wildlife here ranges from mountain goats to grizzly bears.

7. Pamukkale, Turkey

Pamukkale town can be found in western Turkey. It is widely known for its thermal waters that are rich in minerals flowing down white travertine terraces. The city is near Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city. Here, you can find a well-preserved theater and a necropolis with sarcophagi that stretch for 2km. The Antique Pool is well-known for its submerged Roman columns.

10 ways to get free accommodation around the world

Traveling can be relaxing and very fun, but there is no question that it’s expensive. From flights to hotels to rental cars, trips add up fast. Here are 10 ways you can get free accommodations around the world.

  1. Couch Surfing

It might not be the most comfortable or least awkward, but an alarming amount of very generous people are out there in the world, more than happy to let you crash on their couch in exchange for some company and conversation.

  1. House Sitting

This one is perfect if it works out. Find homeowners that are going to be on their own vacations and need someone to stay and feed the dogs and water the plants. Gigs like this could score you some sweet accommodations!

  1. Volunteering

Don’t just vacation, help someone out. There are countless organizations around the world that will put you up in a hostel or motel if you volunteer for them. It gives you that extra warm feeling while still getting you away from it all.


  1. Home Swap

Own a home? Trade it to someone else for their home. Many people do this across Europe and the US. A home swap gives you the comforts of home in a strange new land, and the comfort of knowing the same thing is happening back at your place.

  1. Loyalty Points

Many business travelers know this secret. Rack up the points while you’re working and use them to stretch out a free vacation for you and a friend, or maybe just a getaway for yourself.

  1. Work Exchange

Similar to volunteering, but typically only benefiting the home owner, many people across the globe will give you housing in exchange for work. If you are handy, this might be the best way for you to get around.

  1. Camping

Yes, you typically have to pay at most camp sites, but not if it’s not a campsite. Try backpacking and staying in exotic places and sandy public beaches. You may get kicked out occasionally, but renegade camping can bring some exciting stories.

  1. Timeshare Presentations

Many timeshare scams offer a free stay as long as you listen to their presentation. If you can resist the temptation to buy in to something you can’t afford while being pressurized into doing so, then this is a great option for you!


  1. Journalism

There are a lot of publications, both in print and online, that want someone to end all over the world to do stories. Believe it or not, the lifestyle of constantly on the road is not for many people, so the demand is high, but the supply is low, giving the adventurous traveling writer quite an upper hand.

  1. Hotel Reviewer

Every hotel chain needs press and will typically launch secret shopper campaigns. They will comp a stay at their properties and all you have to do is tell them about your experience. This is the ultimate way to stay!