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We all want to go to a beautiful, fascinating, relaxing place, but wouldn’t it be great if that could be one of the cheapest places as well? There are such places – more than you might think.
The only reason we can afford to travel at least once a year is because we find the cheapest places. Since we live in Canada, we tend to travel during the long cold winter and we look for the best and cheapest places to go. Even on those years that I have said to my husband that we won’t go anywhere this year, something happens to me at thirty below zero. I go bananas. I will do almost anything to get away from the snow and cold. Heck, I would even give up chocolate, and believe me, that’s major.
Scouring the web, we researched all the cheapest places to travel in the world. Fortunately, many sites have done much of the leg work for us, and have made lists of the least expensive places to vacation, but they often use so many items of comparison, it becomes confusing. We’ve collated them, calculated total prices, and consolidated those inexpensive places into one place with one total price for each country right here for you – and us.
And before you say anything, yes, we choose only safe, beautiful places as well as places having low costs for food, accommodation and taxi.
Beside each destination, you will find a basic daily cost in Canadian dollars which includes dinner for one, a 3 star hotel, 1 beer and a 1 km taxi ride. A map is at the bottom of the page to help you locate places on the globe.
Starting with the destinations closest to North America, here is Travel To Little Known Places coveted…
40 Cheapest Places to Travel:
Dominican Republic $119C
Costa Rica $137C
Israel – $158C
Sri Lanka $109C
Thailand $113C (Northern Thailand is much less)
For a detailed breakdown of the cost of living for each country go to: Numbeo.com
• For Comparison: Canada is $140C and U.S. is $190C
• You could reduce these amounts significantly by staying in a small inn or apartment away from the major cities in each country
• The countries nearby each of these countries would often have a similar cost of travel