5 Breathtaking Countries to Visit on Any Budget
Posted on July 18 2016
One of the biggest misconceptions about traveling abroad is that most people cannot afford it. Granted, there are certainly countries throughout the world were traveling without a six-figure salary may be a bit of a challenge. However, there are still plenty of bucket list worthy destinations that won’t break the bank. Setting aside the average European or North American getaway, you’d be surprised by all of the equally as breathtaking countries from around the globe where not only is it possible to travel inexpensively, it’s easy! Often times for just about $50 a day, maybe even less, you can live in the lap of luxury when visiting these 5 fabulous breathtaking countries below!
1. CambodiaWith stunning beaches, jungles and more Cambodia, along with much of Southeast Asia provides a memorable getaway without breaking the bank. In fact, you can rent a private room in some places for just $20 a day! It doesn’t get much better than that.
2. PortugalAnother inexpensive travel destination. Here you’ll find gorgeous beaches, wine country, and wondrous mountains. Even better? Lisbon is known to be one of the most affordable cities to stay in a five-star hotel. Nice!
Did you know that the eastern part of Europe is considered to be the cheapest area of the continent? Most travelers may envision Italy or France when planning a European trip, but that’s only because they don’t know that the same Eastern European charm awaits them in places like Bulgaria, Ukraine, and Romania - just for much cheaper!
4. ThailandFantastic weather and amazing food along with alluring beaches, and lot’s of jungles just waiting to be explored - Thailand truly has it all. And all for almost nothing! With street food averaging at about $5 and stays in some areas for just $10 a night – living like the king or queen you were always destined to be is made easy in Thailand.
India has been thought of as an inexpensive travel destination for some time now. However, with the rupee on a steady decline and the current strength of the US dollar, vacationing in India is cheaper than ever! While your flight to India may be on the higher side, once there you’d be hard-pressed to spend more than $60 a day. Also, the Taj Mahal is there, so there’s that. Have you been to any of these countries?
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Travelers Tip: If your travels happen to bring you to a region where the climate is extremely hot and dry, be sure to pack a face moisturizer with SPF for dry skin, as the climate change can have a negative effect on your skin.