7 Super Cheap Destinations To Travel To Right Now
Book those flights already!
29 March 2017
Most people in the world love to travel. It's awesome to get away from your usual routine and visit a new place and embrace a new culture. However, the thought of travelling can often be summed up like this.
But it doesn't have to be that way! We bring you a roundup of 7 destinations that you can visit without breaking the bank.
1. South Africa
This one is for all the safari lovers. During May-Sept (the off season), you book a game reserve for as low as $150 a night - this typically includes meals and guided safari tours.
Mark our words: Kyrgyzstan is going to be a hugely popular tourist destination in the next few years. You should visit this gem of a country while it is still on the down low. If you are into scenic locations, it doesn't get better than The Central Asian country.
Do not miss out on lakeside Balykchy - one of the most beautiful places you will ever see.
Even though the country's communist past still reflects in the architecture, the nation is filled with vibrant and modern cities. If you can't afford a ski trip in the Alps or the Rocky Mountains, the Carpathian Mountains in Romania are your best bet. Luxury hotels average $100 per night and meals cost anywhere between $5-$15.
If you want to explore India, you are gonna need a few weeks - the country is huge! But the good news is that it is rather inexpensive. If you are a party freak, visit Goa. If you like the cosmopolitan buzz, visit Mumbai. If you want to marvel at the beauty of nature, visit the backwaters in Kerala. And if you want to see one of the world's seven wonder's - visit the Taj Mahal in Agra.
Asian countries like Japan and Singapore are pricey, but Vietnam is not. From Ho Chi Minh City to Halong Bay - there is so much to explore here. Luxury hotels will set you back by $80 on an average.
Salar de Uyuni - the world's largest salt flat is a sight to behold. Just for that alone, Bolivia warrants a visit. A good alternative to the more pricey Argentina and Brazil, luxury hotels will set you back by $60 per night on an average.
PS: The street food in Bolivia is a total must!
Greece is perfect for couples and honeymooners. Since the country's economy remains weak, tourists are all the more welcomed. Mykonos and Santorini should be on your list!