8 COUNTRIES TO VISIT FOR SMALL BUDGETS

On almost every continent, there are countries that can be very affordable for our portfolio of Westerners. Here we present you a list of 8 countries to visit for small budgets. After buying your plane ticket, the on-site expenses are more than reasonable.

8 countries to visit for small budgets

1. Burma

Only a few years ago, there was almost no talk of Burma or Myanmar, if you prefer. The itineraries of most travelers in Southeast Asia went through Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, but very rarely among Burmese. Today, since the country opened more to tourism, one can read Burma on almost all the lips of people who have a weakness for Asia. From the capital, Yangon, to Inle Lake and through the ancient city of Bagan, visitors have something to marvel. All this, in addition to the fact that the local population is considered as one of the most welcoming of this corner of the world.

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 40 or 27 Euros.

2. Philippines

The Philippines has everything to dream about with its 7000 islands which are full of paradisiac beaches. The country offers an idyllic setting if you want a trip to the sun in an exotic place. There are some of the most beautiful dive sites on the planet and rice terraces breathtaking, not to mention the famous Chocolate Hills. The country is also the perfect place to ride the waves.

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 35 or 23 Euros.

3. India

India is considered one of the most exotic countries for a Westerner. So that’s a very good reason to go there at least once in your life. Food, smells, social norms, landscapes, means of transport are all elements that may differ greatly from your habits. It’s a country where you leave your comfort zone. Besides, comfort, we leave it at home! The country is huge and offers a lot of diversity from North to South. We often hear that the south is “easier” for the first trip to India, but for that, it’s up to you!

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 30 or 20 Euros.

4. Bolivia

One of the first reasons to go to Bolivia is certainly the famous Salar de Uyuni, this huge salt desert. Most travelers spend a few days pacing around the Jeep and the adventure seems to be memorable. Bolivia also offers hundreds of hiking opportunities with beautiful panoramas. Do not miss the chaotic markets of La Paz or the Isla del Sol on Lake Titicaca.

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 30 or 20 Euros.

5. Honduras

Honduras is a country in Central America much less visited than Costa Rica or Guatemala, for example. Still, Honduras is very cheap and is also considered a great place for scuba diving. In addition, flights from Montreal are often very affordable. So, if you fancy turquoise beaches without the thousands of tourists, this is the place to escape!

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 22 or 15 Euros.

6. Cambodia

Who does not know the ruins of Angkor Wat? Despite the fact that the place is invaded by hordes of tourists every day, I have never heard anyone who went to Cambodia without setting foot there. And apart from this UNESCO World Heritage Site, the country deserves to be set up. The floating villages of Tonle Sap, the bustling Phnom Penh or the paradisiacal islands near Sihanoukville are all attractions of Cambodia which on our side, we are literally dreaming …

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 25 or 17 Euros.

7. Madagascar

Madagascar is one of the largest islands in the world. The country is rich in very diverse fauna and flora. Whether on the coast or in the highlands, nature lovers will be served. Its culture is a blend of the African continent and the Asian continent, making the island a unique place in the world. The cost of living is so low in Madagascar. So, why not go see the baobabs with your own eyes?

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 25 or 17 Euros.

8. Mongolia

A trip back in time makes you dream? Why not go visit one of the last nomadic people on the planet? Uninhabited expanses as far as the eye can see, a few yurts installed in the middle of nowhere and a people that will make you return to the sources. This is a tiny part of what Mongolia can offer you. The least we can say is that a trip to the country nomads out of the box!

Daily budget per person including accommodation, food, travel, and activities: $ 35 or 23 Euros.

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