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With the recession kicking in, many destinations from around the world are lowering their prices to attract more tourists. In addition to cutting down prices on lodging, food and transportation,

these places do not compromise on the fun in a vacation and offer visitors hordes of interesting sites and activities. Let’s take a look at some of the cheapest tourist destinations in the world.

India: It’s only getting to this country in Asia that is considered expensive. Once you reach the India, you will be amazed at the low costs in most of the places.

Though the bigger cities and more popular tourist attractions tend to be a tad bit costlier, there are other comparatively beautiful places in the country which offer much more to travelers at much lesser prices.

 

Lodging and dining need not be a concern here with respective costs being the lowest in the world. Accordingly, a hotel room costs somewhere around $2 while a meal costs around $3 or less.

Poland: Poland happens to be the cheapest country in Europe and follows the American Dollar as its currency. With loads of stunning sceneries to see and quaint little villages to visit, a meal in Poland will cost around $4 and a cup of coffee, $3.

Though travel costs to this country are expected to rise soon, the country is a haven for budget minded travelers who wish to travel to Europe for the holidays.

Laos: Filled with dense jungles, plush meadows, raging rivers, imposing mountain ranges and beautiful waterfalls, this Southeast Asian country is a paradise for those who love the great outdoors.

Tourists will be able to find decent lodgings in a standard hotel for as low as $8 and meals cost around $4. The country is also famous for handmade silk decorations and you can get some of these articles for great bargain prices.

Iceland: The country of glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls and thermal springs charges you no more than $10 for a standard hotel room. In addition to great deals on hotels and restaurants, tourists can also get great deals on airfares for flights that service this naturally beautiful island nation.

Indonesia: Ever since the tsunami struck the islands of Indonesia in 2004, the country has faced a dwindling tourist population. To combat this, the country has brought down its prices to nearly half the original amount.

Meals in Indonesia will cost you no more than $10. But if you are willing to substitute the gourmet menu with rice and staple grown in the rice fields, you can literally eat for pennies.

The country consists of more than 17000 islands and exploring these islands can be possible only by local ferries. Ferries can be aranged for nominal prices and can charge up to $18 to tranport visitors to the farther reaches of the country.

 

Egypt: Don’t miss out on a chance to visit one of the wonders of the world for as little as $2. True! Egypt is one of the cheapest countries in Africa and charges only $3 for a meal.

You can get to visit many of the country’s historical monuments and museums for very low prices. Although you may be required to tip every one who offers his/her services, you don’t need to worry about the act creating an issue with your expenses.

Morocco: Visit Morocco and you get to enjoy sunny beaches and brimming local markets for free. Travel within the country is best done on local trains which are cheaper than other modes of transport and faster too. Tourists to the country can stay in standard hotel rooms for $25 and a standard gourmet meal costs somewhere around $10.

Venezuela: Venezuela happens to be one of the few remaining countries in the world that still has value for the dollar. A single American dollar is equivalent to 2 bolivar fuerte which is the local currency of the country.

Though the economy is unstable at present, the standard rates include $20 for a standard hotel room, $8 for a meal and $1.50 per hour for transportation via buses which are the most popular means of transportation in the country.

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  • Annelle Bech says: August 9, 2010 at 5:53 am

    hello i was wondering if someone has been to north africa?,or specifically Morocco? Would like to hear from someone on their experience and time spent there, thank you! El Blog de la ginebra y el whisky on the rocks

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  • Suzanne says: September 9, 2010 at 3:46 pm

    Went to Tunisia in 2005. Absolutely loved everything about it. Visited Carthage, Sidi Bou Said, Tunis and Hammamet. Tried to visit Dugga (ancient Roman city in the dessert) but it was too hot in the summer to go there (50 celsius). People were very friendly. Stayed at the Bel Azur Hotel in Hammamet – all good.

     

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  • Teri Green says: March 14, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    If your retirement plans biggest concern, the one that makes the thought of retirement frightening, is expenses, its one you can wave goodbye to. With a bit of clever searching and planning, you can retire overseas cheap on almost any budget and live in comfort and peace.

    There are numerous locations on where to retire cheap, like in the Philippines, just imagine your dollar is equivalent to P/43.00. And even in the United States, where retirement can be inexpensive and fun.

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    hello i was wondering if someone has been to north africa?,or specifically Morocco? Would like to hear from someone on their experience and time spent there, thank you!

    Went to Tunisia in 2005. Absolutely loved everything about it. Visited Carthage, Sidi Bou Said, Tunis and Hammamet. Tried to visit Dugga (ancient Roman city in the dessert) but it was too hot in the summer to go there (50 celsius). People were very friendly. Stayed at the Bel Azur Hotel in Hammamet – all good.

    If your retirement plans biggest concern, the one that makes the thought of retirement frightening, is expenses, its one you can wave goodbye to. With a bit of clever searching and planning, you can retire overseas cheap on almost any budget and live in comfort and peace.

    There are numerous locations on where to retire cheap, like in the Philippines, just imagine your dollar is equivalent to P/43.00. And even in the United States, where retirement can be inexpensive and fun.

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