What is the cheapest country to vacation in?

Southeast Asia is a notoriously cheap area to visit. Laos is another affordable country in Southeast Asia. Within Mexico, San José del Cabo (in Baja California Sur), Puerto Vallarta and Cancun stand out as the cheapest places to fly, with January being the most affordable month to visit each one. Fortunately, January is nothing short of glorious in each of these beach destinations, warm, warm and full of rich colors, textures and flavors to beat the winter depression.

Looking for a city break instead of a beach retreat? Mexico City, with its rich Aztec heritage and generous handful of museums, is another affordable option in Mexico. May is the cheapest month to book a flight. Colombia is a popular tourist destination for its rich history, vibrant culture and delicious food. It also has a good price compared to what many Americans are used to paying, for example, for a fresh arepa and a cup of Colombian coffee.

Mexico is not our only neighboring country with abundant offers. Canada also makes it an easy getaway, with well-priced flights available from most of the U.S. UU. Florida as a destination is hotter than ever, but Tampa isn't as flooded with crowds as the state's other major cities, plus its location on the west coast promises beautiful sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico.

Go in January for a good deal, warm (but not sweltering) temperatures, and lots of sunshine. Nicaragua is one of the cheapest countries in the world to visit, the kind of place where your dollar pays a lot. More than that, Nicaragua is a fascinating country to visit. Over time, it has retained its crude character, and that, partly because of political unrest, has not yet become a mass tourist destination.

Cheap Places to Travel with the U.S. Dollar. After 12 years as a budget traveler and, in light of the launch of my new book, today I want to talk about my favorite budget travel destinations. Since Fiji is a stopover on Fiji Airlines, you will find plenty of flight deals to the country.

A lot of backpackers take advantage of that and a small community of backpackers has emerged. That means cheap guesthouses, transportation, and activities, especially on the popular Yasawa Islands. Even if you're not a backpacker, you can take advantage of all these offers and save money. Fiji is one of the best budget destinations in the region and not to be missed.

For more information, see this detailed planning guide for Fiji. For more information, see this detailed planning guide for Central America. For more information, see this detailed planning guide for Cambodia. For more information, see this detailed planning guide for China.

For more information, see this detailed planning guide for Portugal. Bangkok ranks as the cheapest place to eat in our survey. That, in combination with its affordable hotels, helps the city rank solidly in our top ten this year. The relatively high cost of beverages is the only thing that keeps it from going up.

Known for its exciting nightlife and entertainment, Bangkok isn't just a party town. While you're there, don't miss the city's incredible religious sites, such as Wat Phra Kaew, Thailand's holiest Buddhist temple. There is also the Grand Palace, the Wat Arun Temple and some important shops for you to enjoy. Of all the Scandinavian countries, Denmark is the cheapest, although it is still quite expensive compared to other areas of Europe.

To really save money on this trip, you'll have to skip the busy summer season, and probably spring as well, as the pleasantly warm weather means lots of tourists and higher prices. However, flight and accommodation prices are up to 40 percent cheaper between September and November, just after summer crowds have gone home, but before the cold and windy weather hasn't arrived yet. In addition, many of Denmark's most famous attractions are free or very cheap to visit. Watch the changing of the guard ceremony at Amalienborg Castle, visit the tomb of Hans Christian Andersen in the Assistens cemetery or stroll through the gardens of Rosenberg Castle.

Sozopol, Burgas region, Bulgaria For cheap prices in Europe, very few places beat Bulgaria, an unpretentious Eastern country that stays far off the beaten track. In summer, tourists from neighboring countries come to Bulgaria to enjoy the Black Sea at incredibly low prices, but the rest of the year, the country is quiet. That means there will be no big crowds, there will be no noise, and there will be no crazy prices for accommodation, food and entrance to attractions. In fact, the most interesting destinations in Bulgaria won't cost you a penny.

Sofia, the country's capital, is an ancient city where you can see the Turkish and Byzantine influence, but the country's true charm can't really be discovered until you enter the countryside. Here, small old villages are found next to imposing castles high in the mountains. In Bulgaria, you can get an all-day ski lift ticket for one-tenth of what you'd pay anywhere else in Europe, and hiking trails will take you to mountains as high as the Alps for free. Unless you're planning a full guided hike on Mount Everest, which is definitely not a cheap adventure, Nepal is incredibly cheap.

Even better, you can still enjoy a lot of trekking and even climbing for a few pennies. Even massive trekking trips, such as an 11-day hike in the Langtang Valley, will only cost you a few hundred dollars, a quarter of what a hike to Everest base camp would cost. If you're not heading here to climb, winter (which lasts from mid-December to mid-February) can be a pleasant time to visit, as temperatures tend to stay around 10 degrees Celsius in the city. Hiking can be tricky in winter due to unexpected winter storms and snow.

March to May and September to November are the best months to visit, you'll have some of the best climates and prices that are still incredibly low. First-class intercity rail travel in Morocco will cost you about the same as you would pay for a metro ride in the west. Even better, you don't need to pay for a guide at any of the major attractions, such as the Saadien Royal Tombs or the 12th-century Menara Gardens, as they are easy to discover on your own or an English-speaking guide is included in the price of admission. The real high season in Portugal lasts only two months (June and July), so traveling outside those months will help you find good deals on transport and accommodation to save even more.

Winter is also a great time to visit and get incredible discounts, especially if you're heading to cities with temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius in January, Portugal is never really cold. Bolivia is often passed by its most famous neighbors, Peru and Brazil, but this country, in the heart of the Andean mountain range, has an impressive collection of places to discover. Bolivia is a multi-ethnic country with 36 official indigenous languages and an ecosystem that varies from the desert plains (plains) to the polar mountains in the western Andes. There are very strict rules for gorilla hiking, and Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park can only be explored in small groups if you get a trekking permit and then join a guided jungle tour.

Gorilla trekking permits aren't cheap or easy to obtain (wait time can be up to 24 months, as there are only a limited number of permits available each year), but a trip here is still very affordable for the wildlife viewing experience. If you're heading to Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, or other major beach destinations, restaurants and accommodations will be your main expenses, as prices rise sharply during the peak season, which runs from mid-December to mid-April. For sun lovers who don't mind temperatures in the 30 degrees, it might be worth visiting in summer, which is considered low season and is considerably cheaper. But Egypt, with its pyramids, the Valley of the Kings, the Great Sphinx of Giza and the temples of Abu Simbel from the 13th century BC, ranks high at the top of the list.

Even a tight budget will go a long way in Egypt, where for the price of a movie ticket, you can enter the ancient temples of Abu Simbel, take a full guided tour from the city of Luxor to the Valley of the Kings, or spend several hours tasting incredible hot drinks and local sweets in one of the many houses of Cairo tea. The cheapest places to travel are places with low-cost transportation, affordable accommodations, great street food, and easy access to tourist destinations. As one of the cheapest places to travel in the Caribbean, Punta Cana is an attractive option for budget travelers from the United States and Canada. Nicaragua is one of the cheapest destinations in Central America to travel to, although it's not likely to stay that way much longer.

With its picturesque villages, lively culture, delicious food and rich history, it is a destination that will please most travelers, especially the most demanding, as it is often referred to as the cheapest European country to travel. I have chosen the countries here based on my own travel experiences, not only because they are good bargains, but also because they are incredible destinations no matter the cost. The lively 5th Avenue and the city's proximity to several Mayan archaeological sites make Playa del Carmen an excellent and inexpensive vacation destination for almost any type of traveler. .


Chandra Klingerman
Chandra Klingerman

Amateur food evangelist. Amateur beer advocate. Incurable zombie scholar. Extreme food trailblazer. Far horizon trailblazer.

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