The Maldives and budget travel don’t usually go together, but it’s not impossible to see one of the world most stunning countries for less than $25 a day. The perfect coral reefs, incredible aquamarine waters, idyllic islands and surprising Indian Ocean culture are all more than enough reason to be among the select few who have journeyed to this country.
Unfortunately, especially for travelers paying in US dollars, visiting any city in the United Kingdom can mean a very expensive vacation which is why we’ve set out how to spend just $25 (or around £15 with current conversion rates) or less each day during your visit to Edinburgh!
You may think that exploring temples for a whole day might be boring, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, if you prepare yourself properly for a Temple Hopping, it can be one of the best Bali experiences during your travels. Here is how…
Pakistan is one of the cheapest countries in the world in which to travel, and the second city of Lahore is a great place to start exploring this largely untouristed nation.
“Travel is like an endless university. You never stop learning.” Here is what I have learnt for 3 years of my travels across Asia.
Budget food and accommodation options in Macau with price tags attached based on our experience.
Who doesn’t love Indonesia? Well, aside from the beautiful beaches and sunset in Bali and the warm greetings from the locals, there is something else Indonesian should be proud of: the LOCAL CUISINE.
Istanbul is a budget friendly place so If you have $25 (more precisely $20) in your pocket, we will take you for a day trip around the city and show you how to have fun without spending much!
Seoul, the Cosmopolitan Capital with a Low Price Tag, for less than $25.
A day in Yangon, Myanmar for $21.40 (food, drinks, sightseeing fees and accommodation included).
While Santa Fe can be pricey, you can do it on a budget. And great news for you, Santa Fe has a lot of free stuff to keep you busy. Here are a few suggestions from Billie and Steve of Santafetravelers.
Our culinary experience in Macau – from Portuguese wine, egg tarts to spicy Chinese Sichuan dishes.