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Expensive tourist locations do have their own charm, unfortunately, the more expensive the costs incurred, you must of course investigate the strategy so that your holiday is not constrained.
Cheapest Scandinavian Country: Denmark
The Scandinavian countries are indeed known as the countries with the most expensive destinations in the world. But if you are determined to visit Northern Europe, here are a few things you need to know. First, Denmark is the Scandinavian country with the cheapest budget when compared to other European countries.
To save even more, you can skip the summer and also the spring which really makes tourists want to come so that prices skyrocket. On the other hand, the cost of flights and accommodation during September to November after spring and before winter is 40 percent cheaper.
Denmark also offers an easy way to save money, with a snack. Forget the anxiety of having to pay for expensive food in a hotel or restaurant, as you can walk in the business center there are usually many bakeries for breakfast with a variety of flavors and topping options.
In addition to cheap food, various tourist sites in Denmark are also very cheap such as the Amalienborg Palace, Hans Christian Andersen eateries, and the park at Rosenberg Palace. You can also visit Tivoli Gardens, the oldest nature playground in the world.
Cheapest Eastern European Country: Bulgaria
Bulgaria is one of the cheapest countries in the Eastern European region for tourists to visit. In summer, tourists from neighboring countries usually come to Bulgaria to enjoy the Black Sea when the budget is very cheap. But for the rest of the year, the country is relatively quiet, with no crowds, or skyrocketing accommodation prices. So are the prices of food and attractions that are too expensive.
However, Bulgaria also offers many interesting tourist sites, such as Sofia, one of the city centers in Bulgaria that allows you to see the Turkish and Byzantine influences on the country. You can also find the absolute beauty of this country by walking down the city. There is also a small villa right next to the castle above the mountain arena. Only in Bulgaria you can hike up the mountain at a relatively low cost.
Cheapest Southeast Asian Country: Cambodia
Cambodia is a country known as the historical site of Angkor Wat, as the site of the largest religious monument in the world. Despite having undergone a number of renovations and easy access to the location, you should not forget to buy a ticket to the temple.
If you are satisfied with walking around and continuing your journey, your tour guide will also take you to a number of other temple locations. Uniquely, Cambodia does not only offer historical tourist sites. Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, also has an old French colonial heritage building, an old French bakery, and various other temple buildings.
In Cambodia the cost of restaurants is also very affordable for this type of food. To save even more on your budget, you should come to Cambodia during the winter from November to February.
Cheapest Country in Asia: Nepal
If you want to climb Everest which is certainly not cheap, then Nepal is a better and cheaper option. You can still enjoy the sensation of hiking.
Visiting Nepal is a bit difficult, especially during the tourist season, which is mid-June to mid-September because of the heavy rains, floods, which makes tourists risk accidents during the climb. On the other hand, if you do not intend to climb the mountain, then from mid-December to mid-February is the right choice for a trip especially with the sensation of temperatures just 10 degrees Celsius.
During this season trekking is also not recommended because of the high angina and snow. March to May and September to November are the best times with good seasons and relatively low costs.
Cheapest Country in North Africa: Morocco
Morocco is one of the countries that can help you save budget for travel. For example, visiting Morocco to the famous festival of Marrakesh Bazaar, you can find a variety of cheap trinkets. To get around the city in Morocco, you will also have to spend a fortune on a train to the West.
In fact, you do not have to pay tour guides or entrance fees such as Saadien’s Tomb, 12th Century Garden Tower, as you can explore on your own as long as you choose fluent English. For food options in Morocco there is nothing cheaper than kaab el ghzal, a cookie with almond pasta.
If you avoid the peak season, between November and March, then you will see some prices decline in other months. Especially if you spend a lot of time walking and visiting places like Rabat’s Oudaias Kasbah.
Cheapest Country in Western Europe: Portugal
With excellent bus, train and tram facilities in Portugal, touring the country is also very cheap. Although Lisbon is a little more expensive, to enjoy the food and entertainment in this city is relatively friendly. Even for popular tourist sites like Camilo Beach in the Algarve.
The highest season in Portugal is usually throughout June to July where wildlife is an option with affordable transportation and accommodation. Winter is also relatively high, with many discounts especially if you go to a number of cities in Portugal with temperatures in the range of 15 degrees Celsius.
Portuguese tourist attractions in addition to Lisbon and Sintra are Belem Tower, Gothic Jeronimos Monastery and Praca do Comercio surrounded by shops and cafés. Sintra itself is an area in Portugal that has many castles including the Moors Castle. In general visiting Portugal is to enjoy local food, natural scenery, without worrying about swelling costs.
Cheapest Country in South America: Bolivia
Bolivia is known as the neighboring country of Peru and Brazil, but this country in the middle of the Andean mountains has many tourist locations that can be explored. Bolivia is a multicultural country with a total of 36 local languages, and variants of mountain ecosystems.
There are many locations with beautiful natural scenery in Bolivia, including Lake Titicaca on the border of Bolivia and Peru, there are also a number of archaeological sites from Pre-Columbia times, and then there is the Salt Lake Laguna Verde, Salar de Uyuni as the largest salt hill in the world. Trekking in the Valle de la Luna, also offers the experience of entering the protected area by walking, seeing the rocks and the colors of the mountains. Food, transportation, and accommodation in Bolivia are the cheapest of any South American country.
Countries with Cheapest Safari Tours in Africa: Uganda
Kenya and Tanzania are known as one of the most famous safari tourist destinations in the world. Serengeti and Maasai Mara are also one of the safari sites with the largest population of elephants, lions, and giraffes in the world. But camping in safari locations is also not cheap, and a number of countries must also survive the behavior of civilian tourists who are not tired of exploring the area.
Whether they want to or not, tourists must be ready to squander money and the country’s predicate becomes unreachable. In contrast, in Uganda, as a safe and stable country with many large wild animals. In addition, in Uganda there is an added value, a special location for gorilla trekking so that tourists can find gorillas that live in the wild.
However, there are a number of strict rules to follow the gorilla trekking route. Bwindi National Park in Uganda, facilitates this through the rule that walking permits are only allowed on the scale of group trips into the forest via gorilla trekking trails. However, travel in Uganda is cheaper than in other areas. To save even more, you can come in March to May, or during October to November.
Cheapest Country in the Caribbean Islands: Dominican Republic
The Caribbean Islands do have a variety of inclusive and cheaper tourist packages, but the cheapest is the Dominican Republic. If you are planning to go to Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, and a number of other destination locations, restaurants and accommodations also often cost more.
Moreover, relative prices increased during the mid-December to mid-April seasons. Many natural tourist locations in the country are also free of charge. Includes if you wander around relics of colonial architecture such as the Chocolate Museum in Santo Domingo. Punta Cana and Playa Blanca are ideal places for snorkelling.
Cheapest Historical Tourist Country: Egypt
For those of you who want to experience historical and ancient tourism, there are many affordable locations. You can go to India to visit the Taj Mahal, or the Jordan River to see the temple. Or, head to Peru to find the lost city, Machu Picchu. But Egypt has a pyramid, a relic from the 13th century BC.
There you can also enter the ancient temple of Abu Simbel, which can be followed by a trip to the city of Luxor to enjoy a number of hot and sweet drinks at a number of tea shops in Cairo. You can still swim and water tours on the Nile.