Want to travel the world but don’t have a big budget? Here is a list of the top eight cheapest travel destinations all around the world that you can travel to in 2022 without breaking your bank account.
If one of your 2022 goals is to travel more but you are working with a minimal budget, you clicked on the right article. Check out this list of the top eight cheapest travel destinations around the world and start planning your next adventure.
Thailand is known as one of the most budget-friendly destinations in Asia. Maybe that is why it attracts millions of travelers each year. The country’s islands and famous beach spots have become a bit more expensive over the years due to the demand, however, the inland is still very affordable and has a lot to offer for any adventure, nature, and food lover. Explore the rice fields, discover beautiful Buddhist temples or simply enjoy the rich street food.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
While most European countries are nowhere close to the cheap prices of Asian countries, there are still a few budget-friendly options left. One of which is Bosnia. This Balkan country is a definition of an underrated destination. Visit the medieval town of Mostar and its iconic bridge and the capital city of Sarajevo or spend time hiking in the wild outdoors of the country. With a distinct Turkish and Persian influence, Bosnia can easily trick you into thinking that you stepped out of Europe.
Another cheap destination of Southeast Asia that offers an incredible street food scene and insanely cheap living prices. The best way to discover Vietnam is to rent a motorbike and make your way around the country. However, if renting or driving a motorbike sounds a bit too adventurous for you, you can always use public transport which is just as cheap. The accommodation options start from just a few dollars, and you can easily spend no less than $3 per day for all your meals.
You might have already heard about Bali, but Indonesia has, even more, to offer beyond this famous beach destination. Dive into Buddhism, explore white-sand beaches, jungles, and rainforests, climb a volcano, or practice yoga from some of the best yogis in the world. Indonesia is probably the most diverse country out of all Southeast Asia regions and it is still one of the cheapest.
Despite the dark past reputation and its history, Colombia is a vibrant destination in South America that can offer a bit of everything. Here you can see both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts, discover the grand Amazon rainforest or even hike the start of the Andes mountain range. Spend a few days or weeks exploring the famous cities of Medellín and Bogota, discover their vibrant culture, or get lost in the rhythm of salsa. Colombia will definitely steal your heart.
Nepal is one of the hidden gems of Asia. The home of Nepalese who are one of the most welcome and kindest people around the world. Here you can explore the bustling city of Kathmandu which is sure to leave you overwhelmed with emotions and enchanted as well. The country also happens to be one of the world’s cheapest and greatest places for hiking and mountain trekking. Plus, you can find local accommodation, food, and transportation options just for a few dollars.
India just might be the cheapest country to travel to, however, only if you can master the art of haggling. This culturally vibrant and slightly overwhelming country is home to one of the new seven wonders of the world — the Taj Mahal, and many more wonderful attractions, from beaches, bustling cities to colorful festivals and celebrations. You can easily travel around India on a budget, however, you will need to book some things, like transportation, in advance if you want to get the best price option.
Georgia is yet another underrated European destination that is nothing short of beautiful and, most importantly, cheap. The country is known for its extremely warm and welcoming locals that are eager to help those in need. You can easily spend a few months in Georgia without getting bored. Explore the endless options of day trips, short and long-distance hikes, taste the cuisine and their famous dish Khachapuri which is popular all around Europe.
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