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9 Best Budget-Friendly Holiday Destinations To Include In Your Bucket List

You don’t have to shell out your savings to travel to exciting places.

Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive. If you want to travel more, there are places you can visit that will not only give an epic experience but won’t also be overwhelmingly costly.

You don’t have to shell out all your savings just to enjoy a relaxing holiday. Here’s a list of budget-friendly travel destinations that you shouldn’t miss!

#1. Chile

Plane tickets to Chile aren’t exactly cheap but once you get there, you get to save a lot on your travel escapades. Chile offers natural beauty waiting to be explored and when you do, you don’t have to spend that much. You can stay comfortably in a three-star hotel, the price of which starts at $20/night, and enjoy daily meals and some wine at $10/day.

#2. Estonia

Estonia is one that’s often overlooked but tourists are starting to take notice of this hidden gem. Pretty soon, there’ll be a surge of holidaymakers once they realize what a true beauty this place is. Three-star hotels are priced at $40 a night and you also get to enjoy a day’s meal for $20. When it comes to enjoying the place, there are free museum entry and walking tours all year long so don’t forget to check them out.

#3. Portugal

Portugal is surely a traveler’s paradise. There’s awesome food, gorgeous islands, great wines and unspoiled beaches. Whether you’re on an adventurous holiday or simply out on a romantic getaway, Portugal is a budget-friendly choice.

Three-star hotels cost about $60 per night and you can also enjoy a satisfying meal at local restaurants for only $10.

#4. Nepal

Nepal is one of the best destinations to choose when you just need to be close to nature. Hotels can go as low as $10-$15 a night. You also get to eat great food that will set you back $8-$10. Budget travelers who don’t want to go to tourist-frequented Asian countries can enjoy breathtaking sceneries in Nepal.

#5. Mexico

Mexico has a colorful culture, great food and friendly people. Because there’s a good exchange rate for the U.S. dollar, your pocket money goes a long way in this cultural hotspot.

#6. Argentina

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Argentina is an exciting budget-friendly destination that has anything that a traveler could want – good food, vibrant culture, stunning beaches, and colorful streets lined with restaurants. Don’t miss out the wine and steak in this area, which, by the way, is really affordable.

#7. Albania

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While neighboring countries Italy and Greece are welcoming a great number of tourists yearly, Albania is just there quietly waiting for travelers to discover its beauty.

Gorgeous coastlines, stunning castles, and the majestic Albanian Alps are just some of the reasons you need to include this country in your bucket list.

#8. Malaysia

Thailand’s tourism continues to boom but if you’d rather stay away from all that, you can always visit another Asian country that’s equally vibrant and beautiful — Malaysia. In the capital Kuala Lumpur, a three-star accommodation will cost you $15/night. With $10, you can already enjoy three meals. If you want mouth-watering yet inexpensive street food, head to Penang. If a cheap island destination is in your itinerary, go to Langkawi.

#9. Colombia

Colombia is rapidly developing and because of that, more tourists are starting to take notice of the country’s appeal. You don’t even need a lot of money to experience the greatness of Colombia.

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