10 of the world's cheapest holiday destination for 2017

These Cheap Holiday Destinations are Worth Including in Your Bucket List

Do you think you have been working hard, but get no reward for your efforts? If you do, you deserve a break. There is nothing wrong in devoting a lot of your time for work. However, you should also find a way to treat yourself. A good way to make this happen is by planning a trip to your favorite destination.

The only problem in organizing a trip to popular tourist destinations is that you might have to spend a lot of money. Considering all the expenses you have at home and other recurring bills, you might not be able to make your plan a reality. Instead of the usual choices, you can go for the cheapest holiday destinations out there. There are so many beautiful countries to choose from, but we have listed some of the best and some of the most budget friendly countries to visit.

Vietnam

This is one of the countries in the world with an extremely low cost of living. Its national dish called pho can be bought at less than a dollar per bowl. Public transportation options are also available and moving from one place to another won’t be a problem at all.

Czech Republic

Visiting this country allows you to get the best of Europe without necessarily spending too much. It is one of the cheapest alternatives to popular destinations like France or Italy. Its capital, Prague, is a historic city, with amazing architectural designs worth taking pictures of.

Nicaragua

If you are looking for a nature trip, this Central American country is a perfect choice. 7% of the world’s biodiversity can be found in this country. It is also home to some of the most amazing cultural practices. Compared with other countries in the North American region, the cost of living in Nicaragua is a lot lower.

The Gambia

Perhaps, you have not heard of this country before, but this African paradise is a beauty to behold. It provides an incredible view of the Safari, but you can also head to its lovely beaches once you are done seeing the wild animals. For sure, you won’t spend a lot of money if you visit this country.

Make it happen

Considering the fact that you are not expected to spend that much, you should make this trip a reality. You deserve a break after long hours at work. Besides, you might have planned a trip for so long, but due to money issues, you keep canceling those plans.

Since you are not spending a lot this time, you can safely say that it is going to happen. Rest assured, these alternative travel options are not a bad choice. You will still have fun. You can also visit top tourist destinations.

If you want to check out more options, we have compiled the top 10 best options for you through the infographic below. Any of those 10 would be a perfect place for you and your family to visit. Start planning your trip now and explore the beauty of these places.

10 of the World’s Cheapest Holiday Destinations for 2017

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Marina Robertsons

Marina Robertson loves photography. She has traveled to various parts of the world to capture some of the most amazing images. She also loves video games as a way to bond with her kids.

17 comments

  1. This is an amazing list! thanks for sharing! I am looking forward to egypt this year. and it is in your list. I hope it would be awesome! Cheers!

  2. I’ve never been to any of those places, but I’m already planning my trip to Prague before the end of June. Also, Greek Islands are way much less expensives than Oia and Santorini! Great list above!

  3. Greece is the dream! But whoa! I’ve never that the other countries on this list are also very affordable and easy to go to. You never really know unless you research and try huh? Great list and very cool infographic! amazing job on the post! 🙂

  4. I’m surprised that my country isn’t among the list. Anyway, I would love to visit those places. I’ve been to Thailand and Vietnam. I hope I get to visit the other countries as well 🙂

  5. Wow!Thats nice suggestions and I really like your infographics!It is really awesome. I didnt know that Prague is cheap. I went there before but I feel that it is still expensive perhaps in some tourist area. Nevertheless,other places will be part of my travel bucketlist thanks to your guide =)

  6. Cuba is definitely on my list this year! Hopefully I get to go! 🙂 There many more underrated cheap and gorgeous places to go to in Philippines in Asia and Ecuador is South America for example, but we’ll have a looong list in that case!

  7. Nice suggestions. I agree that Thailand is very affordable. Same with other southeast Asian countries. Greece is also interesting for me. Same with Egypt. That would be a wonderful field trip for our homeschooling family. 🙂

  8. This is a nice set of destinations. I had been longing to visit Greece. I love architecture, and I think I’ll be able to enjoy myself looking at their historical places. Egypt has interesting structures too! It’s also included in my list.

  9. So true! There are always ways to travel and see something new, and it doesn’t have to be luxurious. People tend to think that one cannot travel without having a lot of money for every single trip. It’s just an excuse. 😉 Nice post, thanks!

  10. Nice list, Vietnam is amazzzinnggg and I agree with you on The Gambia, although a fab hotel is on par with international costing standards. Everything else is really affordable.

  11. Whoooa! Nice! I have been trying to find some good affordable county across the world. How about Thailand? I think Thailand is cheaper than Vietnam. Nonetheless, thanks for sharing!

  12. I really appreciate all of these suggestions, it is nice to read something that isn’t about luxury travel. Realistic expectations are pretty important for travel and so many people think they can’t travel because they can’t afford popular destinations. I am really surprised that you didn’t mention any countries in South America though, some of them are very, very affordable!

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