The 5 cheapest places to travel in 2017
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2016 has gone and now is time to start packing your luggage for exciting adventures! 2017 is going to be an excellent year for budget travel.

So where should you go to your next holiday destination? Some destinations repeat positions in the ranking for cheapest places, but there is some other news… checks them out on this post.

The 5 cheapest places to travel in 2017

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa during the past years has developed a reliable infrastructure for tourists. Hotels, vibrant activities, and delicious food offer will cost you less than at any other destination. South Africa is located in the southern hemisphere, reason why your best bet is considered visiting the country in summer when everything is less expensive.

In case you don’t know, South Africa is one of the most prominent wine-producing in Africa. With more than 200 years of wine-producing history, offers high-quality wines for less than the cost of a bottle of soda.

Chile

Most countries of South America rank as the cheapest places to travel in the world and Chile offers the best value for your money. Home to a vibrant nightlife scene, food, and delicious wines, Chile is a lesser-known jewel with truly unique spots.

Its capital, Santiago de Chile, boasts a beautiful European Heritage, visible in its buildings, squares, and food. The Lake District and Patagonia will offer you unique settings as well as the southern areas with lush vegetation, waterfalls and imposing volcanoes. Chile is one of the cheapest destinations in South America and counts with unique locations to explore.

Morocco

Morocco

This may sound odd, but Morocco is considered one of the cheapest places to travel in Africa when comparing flights, hotels, and food. If you are visiting European capitals like Paris, Rome or Lisbon, a trip to Marrakesh or Fez, will cost you $50-$90 (round-trip), sometimes even less. The charm of the chaotic cities of Morocco attracts each year hundred of visitors, but probably its most remarkable characteristic is its delicious food.

Typical food will cost you around $5, including delicious appetizers, entrée, and the mint tea. For vegans, Morocco is a great destination, because vegetables are cheaper than meat. Accommodation is also affordable in the country, offers a large and varied range of accommodation that fit everyone’s budget.  If you want to enjoy luxurious holidays, Morocco also gives you some wonderful options for good prices.

Belize

Belize

This tiny country of Central America is home to a vast, modern and cheap range of accommodation making it one of the cheapest places to travel in 2017. Most of its hotels are 4-star with luxurious facilities and fantastic services.

Top resorts can be booked for less than $90/per night, and the prices of delicious meals are really cheap: a delicious meal in a luxurious restaurant will cost you less than $25… Belize is a real bargain! Furthermore, Belize is home to a large coral barrier perfect for good sessions of scuba diving.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a unique place on the planet: with numerous national parks to discover. Manuel Antonio and Corcovado are the best parks in the area. Public transportation in Costa Rica is not only safe but also super cheap, long rides will generally cost you less than $9.

Furthermore, accommodation and food in Costa Rica are super cheap: Generally, rooms in hostels cost less than $5 per night/person and local dish costs around $2. If you want to live unique adventures… don’t miss the opportunity to discover this peaceful country.

This is our selection of The 5 cheapest places to travel in 2017. Tell us what you think about this choice. Don’t miss the opportunity to plan right now your 2017 holidays.

 

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