How far can your dollar go?
When you’re on a tight budget, you would find it better to stay at home. But don’t you know that you can go to many awesome places even when you don’t have much bucks in your pocket? Here are thirteen best places to go when you’re watching your wallet.
Nicaragua is on its way to becoming a popular Central American destination. So go there before your friends do! The great bonus is, you won’t have to pay much once you arrive. All the country’s high-adventure outdoor activities are so cheap. You can also get a dorm bed for as little as $5.
This majestic country costs you less on your budget. If you can find your way around, you will be able to stretch your dollar to the max. You can buy a plate of hot dhal, and rice can cost around 40 Indian rupees (60 cents). Get yourself on board a train and travel for a few days at a time at the cheapest rate.
When in Vietnam, make sure you visit Ha Long Bay, a 600-mile turquoise bay filled with huge limestone islands. Also, don’t forget to get your favorite Vietnamese dish for about $1 (22 Vietnamese dong).
Europe is affordable, most especially if you stay on the eastern side. Take Bulgaria as the perfect example. You can get a whole liter of beer for $1.50.
Machu Picchu should be on your bucket list as it is one of the coolest and most stunning structure in the world, and so are the other parts of Peru. Aside from being beautiful, they are also affordable. A taxi around Lima is only about $7 (25 Peruvian Nuevo).
Thailand is one of the most affordable countries in Southeast Asia. If you’re visiting in the countryside, you can rent a guesthouse for only about $4 (135 Thai Baht).
Known for its gorgeous outdoor landscapes, Guatemala also offers cool handmade arts and crafts. You can find tons of cool wooden sculptures and knickknacks in the weekend markets. When hungry, grab a good meal for only $3.
China is a huge country, but getting from one place to another isn’t that overwhelming, and transportation is very cheap. Taxis start at around $1.
In Cambodia, you can visit the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, go diving, or hit up the sparkly beaches all at a cheap price. Almost everything here is inexpensive, just like a restaurant meal that only costs roughly $5 and a can of beer at an unbelievable price of 25 cents!
When you think of a travel destination in Central America, you’d think of Costa Rica or Nicaragua. But Honduras is catching up to making a name for itself as a tourist hot spot, especially those who are too concerned about the expenses. The costs are very affordable. A good local meal costs about $3 (65 Honduran lempira).
Laos is another Southeast Asian country that is known for its beautiful mountains and Buddhist monasteries. A room can cost you about $10 to $30 a night and a plate of sticky rice for about $1.
The earthquake that hit Nepal in April 2015 has not much affected the country’s tourism. After all, much of their economy depends on tourism, so tourists are very welcome to come anytime (the perfect month to go, though, is September because that is when the monsoon has cleared up). Budget travelers will find the country a great bargain. You can get a cheap meal for around $1 (150 Nepalese rupees).
This budget-friendly beautiful country has so many things to offer! One of that is just a full dinner that costs about 13,500 Indonesian rupiah or $1.
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