Young. Wild. Free. That’s how young people have been rolling in the modern days, and for travelers, it’s the way of life.
But the problem is traveling is expensive and these young people look for value for money when they travel. If you are one of these young, spirited travelers and looking to enjoy roaming at low cost, these could be few of the places you can visit this year.
On this Article
- 1. Auckland, New Zealand
- 2. Marrakech, Morocco
- 3. Nepal
- 4. Machu Picchu, Peru
- 5. Varna, Bulgaria
- 6. Medellin, Colombia
- 7. Angkor Wat, Cambodia
- 8. Madrid, Spain
- 9. Hanoi, Vietnam
- 10. Cuba
- 11. Arizona, USA
- 12. Crete, Greece
- 13. Bangkok, Thailand
- 14. Bali, Indonesia
- 15. Lisbon, Portugal
- 16. Palawan, Philippines
- 17. South Korea
1. Auckland, New Zealand
The flight can be expensive to Auckland, but to eat and to live, you won’t have to worry much about your pocket.
2. Marrakech, Morocco
In 2015, Marrakech was named as the No. 1 travel destination by Tripadvisor. If you visit between October and May, your budget will be able to sustain the trip.
Nepal is traveler’s heaven. From enjoying adventure sports like trekking, rafting and bungee jumping to delving into the spiritual and holy places, especially of Hindu’s and Buddhist’s, Nepal is for everyone. If you spend $10 for the day, it is more than enough to spend for your hotel and flooding.
4. Machu Picchu, Peru
The place is for hikers. The Incan ruins of Machu Pichu is exhilarating, and the beautiful part about it is that it is affordable to pay for food and hotels.
5. Varna, Bulgaria
Laying on the right coast of Black Sea, Varna is underrated when it comes to traveling cheap. Yet it is one of the affordable European cities to travel to.
6. Medellin, Colombia
Colombia won’t come to people’s mind when they travel, simply because of the reputation it has developed (as it is mentioned quite a numerous time for cocaine, drug trafficking, and especially an homage to drug lords like Pablo Escobar). But the reputation has certainly improved and is one of the affordable places to travel.
7. Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Like Auckland, the flight to Angkor Wat might not be cheap, but traveling around the city certainly is. The Buddhist temple Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world, so it would be worth it to pay the flight ticket just to get to see a glimpse of it.
8. Madrid, Spain
Spain is relatively cheaper than other European countries when it comes to traveling. September, October, April and May are the times you can visit.
9. Hanoi, Vietnam
December is the best time to visit Vietnam since it’s the only month you can avoid the rain. Budget-wise, it’s the best value for money.
One of the most popular tourist destination, Cuba is quite inexpensive, even if you plan for last minute deals or a package trip. September to November and January to March are the periods where you can enjoy the visit most.
11. Arizona, USA
From deserts to forests, Arizona has a little bit of everything for every kind of traveler. Hiking, camping, getting hotel rooms, all the accommodation fees have plummeted over the past few years. But June to August can be tough since the scorching heat can take a toll on you.
12. Crete, Greece
Cheap and beautiful to travel to, Greece is one of the most visited countries. Nomadic Matt, the travel blogger, says, “Greece is a great deal, but you should stay in places like Crete instead of Santorini if you want to save money.” But the seven-hour ride from Crete to Santorini might still just be worth it if you have the budget.
13. Bangkok, Thailand
Rooms are as low as $20 in Thailand, and the food cost and the travel cost is relatively cheaper too.
14. Bali, Indonesia
Bali is very popular among the youths, and the accommodation and food are inexpensive. While the beauty of the island in Indonesia is still there, travelers can enjoy the coffee too as the island of Java is rich with its coffee.
15. Lisbon, Portugal
Like Spain, Portugal is also one of the cities that is affordable to travel to around Europe. The best periods to travel are mid-spring and early fall. Also, you might want to check out the Iberian Peninsula.
16. Palawan, Philippines
It’s only going to cost you $10 per night in a hostel at Palawan, and the island is as beautiful as it can be.
17. South Korea
For foodies, South Korea might be the place. The street foods are delicious and cheap. It’s also famous for the beaches. Daechon Beach is the most popular one among the tourist.