Zero To Travel Podcast : National Geographic Type Adventures, Lifestyle Design Like Tim Ferriss Plus Inspiration Like TED

Jason Moore: Travel Podcast Host | Location Independent Publisher | Digital Nomad

Podcast Overview

Do you want to learn how to travel the world for as long as you desire, on your terms while spending less money? Whether you're a travel newbie dying to figure out how to explore the world, an occasional traveler longing to make your holiday everyday, or an experienced globetrotter seeking unique ways to keep traveling full time, you're in the right place. Travel expert Jason Moore from chats with adventurous people living life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly. Jason and his guests share insanely actionable advice and key resources, getting down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, 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, 4 hour work week inspired topics, and everything in between. Jason has wandered the planet for 15+ years working as a tour manager in events/music, an adventure travel tour guide, a trash sweeper, and now as a location independent entrepreneur running businesses on the fly. He is obsessed with doing whatever he can to help you explore our crazy planet, no matter what your current situation or experience. Let's do this! Subscribe now and welcome.

Podcast Episodes

Only $50 And A Dream: Biking Across The USA Solo With Zero Experience with Jasmine Reese

Have you heard about Jasmine Reese and her dog Fiji?

Back in 2013 she took her puppy and her violin on a bicycle tour across the United States with less than $50 in her pocket.

She was, in her words, a “chubby city girl, trying to regain self-confidence and recapture the person she thought she’d lost.”

Learn more about her travels and music at Fijapaw.

You'll hear how Jasmine has gained a renewed faith in humanity while experiencing profound acts of kindness from strangers, and how she reshaped both her body and her mind.

Learn how your attitude defines your action and how you can create a life of travel.

Tune In To Learn:
  • How to use your internal power
  • Ways to get out of your rut
  • How to start planning a bicycle tour across the USA
  • Where to stay when traveling by bicycle (with your pet)
  • What do you eat while on the road
  • Why the journey is more important than the destination
  • Practical tips for saving money (and creating money)
  • Pros and Cons of riding 12 hours a day
  • The smart way to hitchhike
  • And so much more

  • Fijapaw
  • DoggyRide
  • Springer America
  • Warm Showers
  • ICE Recumbent Trikes
  • Pet Travel

Pink Eye Lament with Zen Ben:

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A Travel Box of Chocolates

How do your expectations around a trip affect the trip itself?

Tune in to hear about expectations, plus you'll get a travel box of chocolates.

My guest today is the founder of The Strange and New where she aims to “cut the bs out of travel." She is also an editor for Matador and she is here to discuss a potpourri of travel topics.

Please welcome Jacqueline Kehoe to the show. Let's dive in!

You'll Learn:
  • How to have the time of your life (and meet your best friends ever)
  • Why staying in one place can actually be traveling
  • Can you have Travel A.D.D
  • One of the best motivators out there
  • How to find yourself through travel
  • Ways to carry your happiness with you
  • How to document travel (so you don't go overboard)
  • How to get your soul chords vibrating
  • And so much more!
  • The Strange and New
  • Millennial travel: Millennials are the first generation to be defined by traveling
  • Matador Network
  • Plaid Zebra

Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

Making Another Country Your Home Base - Estonian E-Residency

Are you ready for your Estonian E-Residency?

The Republic of Estonia is the first country to offer e-residency- a transnational digital identity available to anyone in the world interested in administering a location independent business online. Plus, e-residency enables secure and convenient digital services that facilitate credibility and trust online.

Today you'll hear from the managing director of e-residency for the government of Estonia, Kasper Korjus. He's going to give you the details on their E-Residency program and you'll learn how you can easily make Estonia your home base.

Tune In To Learn:
  • What is an E-Resident (and how to become one in Estonia)
  • One thing that will make it easier for you to apply for Visa’s and living permits
  • How we can create nations without borders
  • Why e-residency is perfect for freelancers and nomads
  • Why Estonia has decided to take the start up mentality and innovate
  • How to change the revenue models of nation states
  • One of the most frustrating things about being based outside of the US (now)
  • Main benefits of E-Residency
  • How to empower global citizens
  • Why you should visit Estonia
  • And much more!
  • How To Quit Your Job And Travel The World
  • Estonian E-Residency
  • Location Indie

Head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

Ex-Patting In Latin America With Lily Ann Fouts

Have you ever thought about Ex-Patting?

Today my friend Lily Ann Fouts stops by to give you tons of tips, strategies, and advice for Ex-patting in Latin America.

Lily is a multi-talented writer, author, and long time traveler who has lived on every continent except Asia ( including Antarctica!). When her and her husband are not out roaming the planet, they are living full time in a motor-home around the USA. She is also the chief adventure scribe of our community Location Indie.

Get more info about Lily here and be sure to check out her book, Live Like a Local in Loja: An Expat Experience in Ecuador

Tune In To Learn:
  • How best to settle-in anywhere and have a true local experience
  • Why you need to practice responsible ex-patting
  • Tips on where figuring out where to go
  • Top reason Loja is intriguing
  • How to successfully integrate yourself as an expat into a community
  • One of the most underrated travel tips (to lead you to the best spot)
  • The one thing that is a powerful bridge to a better experience
  • How to truly connect with locals
  • Language learning resources
  • Tips for picking up a language (faster)
  • How long you can stay in Latin America (visa options)
  • And much more!
  • Where In The World Is Nico
  • Location Indie
  • Live Like a Local in Loja: An Expat Experience in Ecuador
  • Lily Ann Fouts
  • Craigslist
  • Fluent in 3 months with Benny Lewis
  • How to learn any language in six months- Chris Lonsdale
  • International living
  • The Visa Chase and Other Fun Stories of Ecuador (Adventures In Ecuador Book 1)

Want more Zero To Travel Podcasts? Head over to the archives now!

Price of Travel with Roger Wade

What is the price of travel?

Today you are going to get the 'nitty gritty' on the price of travel.

You'll hear about:

  • Overcoming travel obstacles
  • Saving money on travel
  • Different ideas around what travel costs
  • The logistical practical stuff around money and travel

My guest today is the founder and editor in chief of Price of Travel- a database of travel costs in every major destination around the world. The site now features over 200 cities with information for each listing- accommodation, transportation, attraction, food and drink prices.

Please welcome Roger Wade to the show. He’s here to help you get the most travel bang for your buck.

Tune In To Learn:
  • How to create a lifestyle rather than just take a trip
  • Advantages of solo travel
  • What to do as a solo traveler to meet other people
  • The flexibility of budget airlines
  • How to get incredibly cheap deals for European train rides
  • Who is the best type of traveler for a city pass
  • Formula to gauge what a typical 'great day' will be like (for a traveler)
  • And so much more!
  • AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker with Tote Bag
  • Price of Travel
  • BootsnAll
  • Find Cheap Flights
  • Flights are cheapest 5 to 16 weeks out in 2017: Here’s when to book
  • Kayak
  • Should you buy a 2017 Eurail Pass? Here’s how to decide
  • 26 Cheapest overwater bungalow resorts in the world in 2017
  • AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort

For more Zero To Travel Podcasts, head over to the archives now!

How To Make Tough Decisions

When you choose to travel, a lot of tough decisions come up. Things like:

  • Should I quit my job to travel?
  • Should I travel solo or try to find a friend?
  • Where should I go?
  • Is taking time off from school to travel the right thing to do?
  • Should I keep my apartment/house or rent it out?
  • What should I do when I come back?

And on and on.

Did you know there is somebody you can ask who is right 100% of the time?

Sounds crazy I know!

In this episode you'll learn how to make a tough decision and who that person is who is always right.

Location Independence Uncut - The Spouse Speaks

Today I'm bringing you a bonus episode to learn the truth behind Location Independence. My wife Anne Dorthe reveals what it's like to live with a location independent entrepreneur- the good, the bad, and the ugly.

How do you think it would be?

Awesome, Annoying, Educational?

Tune in now to find out.

Plus, we are celebrating the launch of The Paradise Pack! It is an incredible bundle of resources to help you live, work, and travel anywhere. All about location independence (LI), freedom, and the travel. Only available through June 5th, 2017, so be sure to grab a copy at before it's gone forever.

You'll Learn:
  • The reality of living with someone who is location independent
  • Good piece of advice to go on the road (with a location independent entrepreneur)
  • One important thing to do to help your travel partner
  • 3 words to describe the location independent lifestyle
  • How to support to your LI partner (even if you are not into it)
  • The benefits of the location independent lifestyle
  • Why you need to support the location independent people in your life
  • And tons more
  • The Paradise Pack
  • Trekking Nepal: Your Adventure Guide
  • Location Indie

Looking for more Zero To Travel Podcasts? Head over to the archives now!

And don't forget to pick up The Paradise Pack (by June 5th, 2017) at It will literally change your life.

An Unconventional Life On The Road

When you are trying to decide if you should hit the road for a long period of time (maybe go full nomad) or maybe just extend your current travels, is it just a numbers game?

Tune in to hear how it might be for some of you...

Today you get a value packed interview with my new friend Paul Kortman. He and his family (wife, 4 kids, and 2 dogs) have been living out on the road for the last 3 years. They spent a year flying around the world and are now living in an RV.

You can follow their adventure at Home Along the Way. And they have a podcast called Nomad Together.

You'll Learn:

  • How to fall into Location Independence
  • Recommendations before taking a long term family trip
  • Key lessons and tips on how to live in a 37ft RV with your wife, 4 kids, and 2 dogs
  • Ways to create deeper relationships (on the road)
  • How to run a business from your RV
  • The fastest way to go location independent
  • How to get a partner on board for travel
  • What to do about medical and health issues
  • How the hybrid location independent model can benefit you
  • What can open your kids to an entire world of possibilities
  • And a ton more!

Be sure to pick up the bundle of world-class educational products from travel and location independent experts at (The Paradise Pack is only available from May 30th- June 5th, 2017).

  • The Paradise Pack
  • Family Freedom- A Guide to Becoming a Location Independent Family *included in the 2017 Paradise Pack
  • A Better Life for Half the Price *included in the 2017 Paradise Pack
  • Nomad Together
  • Home Along the Way
  • Location Indie
  • Tropical MBA Podcast
  • Connex Digital Marketing
  • Squarespace Logo Maker

Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts.

Transition (Back) To Travel: Jean's Story

Can you have unexpected travel success?

What is your number one travel fantasy?

Tune in today to find out!

Plus, you'll hear a story of transition back to travel as my friend Jean Sibley stops by....

Check out her website, Stop Work Travel, which is all about taking a true break from work – whether for a month, a year, or a lifetime. Putting aside all thoughts of default living and being present to fully enjoy the journey before you.

She also does travel coaching at Freedom Past 50 to help people over 50 get the same freedom to roam that she has (stay until the end to hear about a bonus for Zero to Travel listeners).

You'll Learn:
  • Why hidden doors will open when you travel (and why you have to go through them)
  • What you need to build a life of location independence and sustain it
  • How to live comfortably in Bulgaria
  • Ways to free up stuck energy
  • How to actually change your brain when learning
  • Transition to Travel tips
  • How to further strengthen your commitment to travel
  • Where to meet people from all over that get you (and will cheer you on)
  • One great way to supplement (or replace) your income
  • How to discover your true power
  • Ways to generate revenue in a place you are just traveling through
  • Technique to make you feel more connected (to self and other travelers)
  • And so much more
  • The Paradise Pack
  • Stop Work Travel
  • Freedom Past 50
  • A Better Life for Half the Price
  • Quit your job so you can travel more audio series
  • Location Indie
  • How To Use Airbnb To Make Money and See The World with “The Traveling Dutchman” Jasper Ribbers
  • Emotional Freedom Techniques

Looking for more Zero To Travel Podcasts? Head over to the archives now!

Featured image credit: In Her Image Photography

Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 5)

Do you want to learn the truth behind what it takes to go from Zero to Location Independent so you can do it too?

Get our free guide at to get the best inside strategies and tips from 10 different location independent travelers.

Day 5 of the Zero to Location Independent Challenge is here. You've made it. Congratulations. You are about to start a location independent business my friend (in 5 days!).

It's time to take the leap. You have the list, you know what you are putting out there. Now it is time to do it...

You'll Learn:
  • How to get you used to putting yourself out there
  • Ways to pick up momentum when first starting
  • How to make your service or offer a real thing
  • What the best businesses do for people
  • One thing to get you excited to create stuff (and put it out there)
  • How to get people excited to pay you
  • How to earn trust
  • Why you shouldn't be afraid to do something different (experiment)
  • Free Location Independent Guide
  • Zero To Travel- iTunes
  • Zero To Travel- Facebook

To get the most out of this 5 part mini-series, be sure to start with Day 1:
(Day 1) Zero To Location Independent Challenge
(Day 2) Zero To Location Independent Challenge
(Day 3) Zero To Location Independent Challenge
(Day 4) Zero To Location Independent Challenge

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