If you are worried about what will happen to your many hobbies after you retire early and how you will manage to sustain them then this article should help lessen your worries. A lot of people want to keep their hobbies even after ditching their day job and if you are just like them, then you are fully aware that some hobbies like traveling are more cash demanding than others.
So if you are big on traveling or just about to start your countries-to-visit bucket list then, in this article, we will share with you 5 countries to visit on a budget.
Although India has a population of over 1.3 billion people, this vast South Asian country promises to be exciting with as low as $30 per day. This might sound like it is not enough to survive in a country like India with just thirty dollars on a regular basis but it is. Staying in a hotel (because you might rarely see a hostel), having a nice meal and transporting yourself around India doesn’t cost as much as you might think. In fact, you need about $13 for a decent place to sleep and the rest to board a train, eat and sightsee. Places to see include: Taj Mahal, The Red Fort, Ganges in Varanasi and many more exciting places.
Next country you should definitely visit is Indonesia, if you are on a budget. This blogger Goats on the road says that with just 40 bucks a day, including feeding, transportation and accommodation, you will have a lot of fun in this beautiful country with refreshing islands like Sumatra, Bali. The culture of Indonesia is quite an interesting one as cultural practices are strongly influenced by a multitude of religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Islam and Christianity, all strong in the major trading cities
The Republic of Colombia is known for a lot of things and tourism is one of them. For as low as $43 a day, you can make this South American country a place to visit. Between the lively music, spicy food, and overall rich culture, Colombia is waiting for you. Also, do not forget that one of the richest coffees in the world comes from Colombia. While the official language is spanish, do not be scared if you speak English, you will do just fine.
This Eastern European country is worth traveling to. Although it might not be your first thought of a cheap tourist option, the city of Dubrovnik located in Croatia has the potential to lift your spirits. The official language is Croatian but a lot of people speak English especially in the most visited tourist areas. This blogger at The Savvy Backpacker confirms that with a daily budget of just $43 you can spend frugally while checking out this priced European city. Dobrovnik has massive 16th-century walls encircling an Old Town with Gothic and Renaissance buildings. Also, keep in mind that the popular TV series ‘Game Of Thrones’ was filmed there, so make sure to go there with at least analog camera.
Tanzania, located in East Africa has many alluring places to make your trip all the more worth it. The place called Zanzibar – a region in Tanzania is one of the many promises Tanzania has for you. The official language there is Swahili; Arabic and English so you shouldn’t find any difficulties navigating around. According to Lauren who is a blogger you can get a hostel accommodation for as low as $11 and spend next to nothing on food. In total, you need about $50 a day to enjoy Zanzibar. Amongst the must-visit sites include the plains of Serengeti National Park, safari mecca populated by elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos and rhinos. Also stop by the Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain.
There, you have 5 more exciting countries to travel to on a budget while having the most fun, learning about a new culture and living to tell about these amazing experience. So if you have visited any of these countries, or plan to visit, then leave a comment below on your experience or plans when you get there. Also let us know what countries we left out and the cost of living as a tourist in said country.