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Cheapest Travel Destinations 2017

by Jack Guy

Mar 8, 2017

Black Sea, Bulgaria © Aleksandar Todorovic | Dreamstime

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If you’re looking to get away without breaking the bank, these destinations are a great choice.

 

No matter where you are flying from, each of these countries is so cheap that once you arrive, you’ll be saving money on living costs in major U.S. and European cities.

 

Within easy reach of the United States, Honduras is an oft-overlooked destination. High crime rates may affect major cities, but there are amazing beaches and colonial towns to visit. You can explore to your heart’s content for around $30 per day in travel expenses.

 

Another option is Cambodia, where you can get around on $25 per day. Hostel accommodation is incredibly cheap, and you can get a plate of delicious food for $1.50. Entry to iconic sites such as Angkor Wat will put a dent in your budget, but general expenses are so low, it will even out.

 

The Dominican Republic is proof the Caribbean doesn’t have to be expensive. For around $40 per day, you can get good quality food, accommodation and travel.

 

For those who fancy a European trip, check out Bulgaria. The capital, Sofia, is the second-oldest city in Europe and you can get by on around $40. Prices drop the further east you go, with some intrepid travelers heading to the Black Sea coast.

 

While India has always been a favorite with budget travelers, Sri Lanka has only recently started getting the attention it deserves. Prices aren’t quite as low as in India, but you can treat yourself to some of life’s luxuries and still spend around $30 per day.

 

 

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