We all want to go on more trips. Whether it’s for a vacation, a break from work, or a vacation during a gap year, everyone wants to travel more.
However, regardless of the kind of trip you want to take, there is a good chance that you will run into one of the travel-related obstacles: money.
Traveling on a budget can be difficult due to the abundance of expensive locations and the additional costs associated with purchasing the appropriate gear, purchasing travel insurance, and booking a flight, among other things. Sometimes it seems impossible.
The daily cost of traveling to a new country can often be prohibitive, even if you are fortunate enough to find a cheap flight.
Fortunately, there are a lot of amazing places to go at reasonable prices. Many of them are less expensive than living at home!
In addition, even though there are dozens upon dozens of inexpensive nations, I will discuss my top picks for the best inexpensive nations and regions in this post!
Notwithstanding being a colossally famous vacation location, Thailand all in all has remained somewhat modest.
Beyond a couple of the famous vacation islands, it’s not difficult to live on under USD 35 each day. If you stick to street food, you can eat for less than USD 10 per day in a budget dorm, drinks are only a couple of dollars, and tours and activities don’t cost much more than USD 10 per day.
Even though the islands cost more than the mainland, you can still visit them for less than USD 50 per day if you travel slowly (ferry costs add up) and don’t go during the busy Full Moon Party.
Here, the majority of people overindulge in partying and drinking, but if you stick to happy hours and purchase your beer at convenience stores like 7-Eleven, you can have fun for a fraction of the price.
let’s be real: When it came to Mexico, I was late. I had previously paid a brief visit, but it wasn’t until recently that I took the time to explore the nation.
Mexico has everything: beautiful cenotes, world-class cuisine, stunning beaches, lush jungles, and Mayan ruins. Indulge in mouthwatering tacos, tostadas, tamales, sopas, seafood, mole, and the ever-popular mezcal.
Hostels start at as little as USD 10 per night, street tacos cost less than USD 1, beer costs between $1 and USD 2, and even expensive activities like Chichen Itza and the Tulum ruins cost only $5 to USD 15.
Mexico has a lot to offer on a budget, whether you want to see the Yucatan Peninsula or just relax in my favorite city, Oaxaca.
Not only is Portugal one of my favorite European nations, but it is also one of the least expensive. This country has become much more popular in recent years due to its charming cities, stunning coastlines, and beautiful weather. There’s a developing ex-pat scene as well as an enthusiastic computerized traveler local area.
However, the nation is still extremely affordable. You won’t be able to miss out on the amazing food, fun activities, and delicious wine that make Portugal their home if you spend less than USD 50 per day here.
Snacks and freshly baked goods only cost $2-5 USD, while hostels start at just USD 15. It’s a fun spot to unwind and enjoy the nightlife because beer costs only 3 EUR.
If you go during the off-season, you can easily make up for the higher prices in popular Lisbon. Additionally, prices are even lower in Europe during the winter months. Portugal is one of the continent’s warmest places from December to March, even though it won’t be very hot or sunny. This makes it fun and cheap to go there in the winter.
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