Where to travel with little money
Do you want an amazing vacation but you’re on a tight budget? You don’t need to fly to another continent to do it, in South America there are fantastic places to visit. Here are 8 cheap destinations to visit.
But the panorama is very different in other beaches and in the city center. You can find rooms for two people from 15 dollars a night in hostels, while mid-range hotels start at 30 dollars.
If you like adrenaline, a good option is to visit the WMDR Yungas Road, a scenic road that you can ride a bike or walk. It has incredible high altitude landscapes and beautiful waterfalls.
In this place you can also find fairly inexpensive accommodations: a double room in a hostel costs from 10 dollars, while a mid-range hotel can cost 30 dollars per night.
Backpacking is one of the most fun and economical ways to travel around the world. It’s always easier to travel with minimal luggage in your backpack and it’s not all bad to stay in cheap places, especially if you’re a student or simply can’t afford a luxury destination. If you think you have to be rich to be able to travel, it’s not true. If you’re on a tight budget you won’t go to luxury hotels, okay, but that’s not the purpose of traveling. The purpose of traveling is really to see the world and have unforgettable experiences. That’s why backpacking is one of the best ways to do it. Here is a list of 10 cheap countries to travel to, so start planning your next trip right now.
Choose your destination and don’t forget to protect your backpacking trip with the right insurance according to your travel plans. We’ll give you more information below, but remember that travel insurance helps you receive quality medical assistance at no cost, avoid expenses for lost or stolen luggage, flight delays and cancellations, or even trip cancellations or interruptions.
Looking for the perfect destination for a family vacation? Since we know it’s hard to plan a trip with guaranteed fun for all ages, we’ve selected 10 places where everyone in the family will have a great time.
From little-known circuits in Mexico, unique spots in Latin America and classic destinations in the United States, these are our 10 ideal places for a family vacation. Check out the cities, choose the best and organize your family’s agenda to get your next trip underway. And, above all, whatever destination you choose, always travel safely.
If your family loves Christmas, there’s no better plan than visiting Santa Claus and his reindeer at their own home in the Finnish region of Lapland. This place is located above the Arctic Circle, where you can visit ice hotels, see aurora borealis and, of course, see the Santa Claus Office, which is in the heart of Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi.
What budget do I need for backpacking in South America? Is transportation very expensive? Is it possible to camp? How do I travel so cheaply? These and many other questions are the most frequently asked when planning a trip for the first time.
There are as many answers as there are travelers. In this kind of guide I will try to share the keys that made Juan and me be able to travel for 18 months with U$D 7 per day between the two of us. The more gas-guzzling/scratchy/broken version of me (and not for that reason unhappy, much less dirty) is about to be revealed.
So if you’re thinking of taking a trip and don’t have a lot of money, put the water for tea (I don’t drink mate), bring your notebook, and stay put. Coming soon is a guide on how to put together a backpacking budget for traveling in South America.
Normally, and regardless of the type of trip, the budget is divided into three basic elements: transportation, food and lodging. The first part (except within the cities) is solved by hitchhiking. Even in countries like Bolivia, where buses are very cheap, we choose to extend the thumb: we do not do it only for economic reasons.