10. Bolivia: Despite being bordered by the Andes and the Amazon jungle, Bolivia remains largely off the tourist path due to stereotypes about cocaine trafficking and political stability. The country’s president has managed to stabilize these issues in recent years and Bolivia is still considered to be the cheapest country you can visit in South America.
9. Fiji: What most of us have seen in the media usually involves $1500/night resort properties and private beach verandas. However, Fiji has a completely different side to it as well that caterers to travelers on a budget. It’s inexpensive to get around the island, dorm rooms and hostels are to be had for $25 a night and the pristine beaches are free to lounge on.
8. India: This is a country of great extremes; you can get a luxurious hotel suite for $500.00 per night or get a perfectly comfortable room for $20 if you know where to look. Meals will run you about $2.00 a plate and rickshaws (the Indian version of a taxi) will cost from $3.00 to $7.00. Travel by train or by bus within the country is also inexpensive.
7. Cambodia: While it can be pretty chaotic compared to its counterparts and is considered slightly unsafe with crime levels against tourists such as theft and assault being relatively high, it is incredibly affordable. You can get an air conditioned private room for under $20 and local food costs just $2 per meal. $50 a day will have you living like the rich.
6. Costa Rica: Costa Rica is one of the cheapest (and most beautiful) islands you can visit in the Caribbean. You can comfortably travel here on $40 a day, this will cover the $8-$15 setback for a dorm bed in a hostel as well as the $3-$7 it costs for a meal and bus tickets within the country.
5. Bulgaria: Architecture and history buffs will be in paradise here with the multitude of ruins, cathedrals, heritage homes and museums scattered across the country. You can live on about $40-$50 per day here.
4. Peru: The area is surrounded by the Inca Trail and the Sacred Valley, there is so much more to Peru than its main tourist draw. The city of Lima is as cosmopolitan as they come, with a booming art, fashion and culinary scene happening. Smaller Cusco is equally as interesting and caters to nature lovers with its surrounding Andes and nearby Amazon jungle. Spen a Day With Just 50 Dollars.
3. Portugal: The country is gorgeous and has it all; sun-soaked beaches, castles, vine-covered alleyways, historic islands and vineyards. A day in Portugal will set you back about $75.
2. Greece: If you had ever dreamed of visiting Greece, now would probably be the time to go. Depending on your travel style, you can enjoy the country for under $30 a day. However, if you’re going to treat yourself to a nice hotel on your Eurotrip, this would be the place to do it. Some luxury hotels are selling their rooms for just $60 per night.
1. Thailand: You’ll get a big city in Bangkok, a middle sized metropolis filled with temples in Chang Mai and about a gazillion gorgeous islands such as Krabi, Koh Phi Phi and more. Whether you’re a partier, foodie, nature lover or just up for a trip to anywhere, Thailand offers enough to entertain you for a small lifetime without breaking the bank. You can survive on as little as $15 a day.
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