15 Cheapest Countries To Visit In The World in 2023

Reading Time: 19 minutes

As travel has been slowly opening across the world, people have started traveling again! Count me in!

However, has your way of traveling changed post-covid? Or are you still dreaming about seeing the same places you always dreamt about?

For many, traveling to awesome, but cheap countries has become a priority and after 2 difficult years, it’s no wonder that you might be looking for some of the cheapest countries to visit in the world.

Luckily travel can be extremely affordable and there is still ample opportunity to explore those bucket list-worthy travel destinations.

Not all affordable destinations are equally as great to visit, but these are the destinations I found to be one-of-a-kind. They’re safe, don’t require a lot of money, and offer a wealth of attractions and culture that will make your visit especially rewarding.

Let’s take a look at some of the cheapest countries to visit in the world in 2023.

outside view from the airplane window showing the wing of the airplane and blue sky up above

Shawnanggg | Unsplash

Cheapest Countries To Travel To In 2023

There are plenty of dreamy destinations to consider for your next vacation or nomad trip. These cheapest countries to travel to, not only offer incredibly low prices but amazing sights and unforgettable experiences.

Cheapest Countries To Visit In South-America

Bolivia

Bolivia is home to pristine rainforests, magnificent salt flats, and of course cities rich with culture and diversity. This country is filled with amazing things to do and see. Bolivia has a lot of amazingly cheap places you could visit!

Unique places to visit in Bolivia

  1. Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaro: Protected area of the beautiful volcanic landscape
  2. Huayna Potosi: This is a once-in-a-lifetime climb that is super rewarding

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $43 USD for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $13 USD while a double occupancy room will cost $26 USD a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $13 USD per day for food. In general, you can expect to pay around $2.4 USD for a cappuccino and $7.6 USD for a pizza which is a relatively low cost for food. Take into account that sit-down restaurants will be more expensive than street food or take-out.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $9 USD on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Bolivia

April to May as well as the end of October are the best times to travel due to the dry season and less crowds.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Bolivia you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Salar De Uyuni: One of the lesser-known wonders of Bolivia is the largest salt flats that stretch over 3 900 sq mi of white salt patterns. The salt flat transforms into the world’s largest sky-reflecting mirror during the rainy season

Crack gound with blue sky the place called Salar De Uyuni in Bolivia

Samuel Scrimshaw | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for Bolivia?

US citizens need a visa to enter Bolivia. If you’re a US citizen traveling to Bolivia for tourism purposes, you must apply for a Bolivia Tourist Visa before you travel. A Bolivia tourist visa is valid for 30 days per entry.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Ecuador

From tropical beaches to stunning landscapes, indigenous markets, and historical towns, Ecuador is often suggested as the ideal destination for anyone wanting a taste of an authentic South American experience.

Unique places to visit in Ecuador

  1. Explore the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site of Quito: This vibrant old town is located nestled between 3 snow-capped volcanoes
  2. Hot pools at the Papallacta Springs: Soak in outdoor natural thermal spa pools while you enjoy views of the surrounding volcanic peaks and rainforest

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $51 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $16 while a double occupancy room will cost $32 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $15 per day for food. In general, you can expect to pay around $2.5 for a coffee and $1 for a hotdog. Take into account that sit-down restaurants will be more expensive than street food or take-out.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $8 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Ecuador

Surprisingly the rainy season from December to April or May is the best time to visit.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Ecuador you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Ride the Devil’s Nose: On the Ecuadorian train tracks, you will experience this popular har-raising route down the slopes of Andes. It is truly breathtaking scenery not-to-be-missed

Har-raising route down the slopes of andes. View shows green mountain ranges and below is a train

Fernando Tapia | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for Ecuador?

If you are a US citizen planning a trip to Ecuador, you’re lucky. You do not have to apply for an Ecuador Tourist Visa if you only plan on a 90-day trip. Alternatively, suppose you are planning a trip for more than 90-days. In that case, you must apply for a temporary resident visa or an extended Tourist Visa at the Ecuadorian Embassy or Ecuadorian Consulate.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Cheapest Countries To Visit In Central America

El Salvador

Known as the ‘land of volcanoes’ since it has 20 volcanoes on its territory. Furthermore, El Salvador has amazing surf spots. El Salvador is one of the cheapest places in Central America.

Unique places to visit in El Salvador

  1. Joya de Ceren Archaeological Site: Archaeological site features a pre-Columbian Maya farming village.
  2. Catedral de Nuestra Señora Santa Ana: The Cathedral of Lady Saint Anne, is a neo-Gothic cathedral located in Santa Ana, El Salvador

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $33 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $7.6 while a double occupancy room will cost $15 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $10 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $3.5 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to El Salvador

The dry season when there is less downpour during December to March is the best time to visit.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to El Salvador you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special

Ruta de las Flores: Flower-lined path through colonial towns is the perfect adventure for people that like to explore off the beaten path.

Close up view of a cactus in the background shows blurred image of other cactus in a pot and red car.

Jaime Alegría | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for El Salvador?

Yes, US Citizens require a visa for El Salvador. For all other countries check iVisa for your individual requirements.

Guatemala

Guatemala is an all-rounder for natural beauty, boasting its lush rainforests, appealing volcanoes, and vibrant colonial architecture. Its rich culture, beautiful cities, and never-ending opportunities for adventure are appealing to any tourist.

Unique places to visit in Guatemala

  1. Tikal National Park: Ancient Mayan city with pyramid ruins
  2. Semuc Champey Natural Monument: A remote natural monument with amazing turquoise swimming holes

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $40 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $13 while a double occupancy room will cost $26 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $11 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $7 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Guatemala

Visit Guatemala during the dry season from November to April.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Guatemala you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Yaxhá: A beautiful ancient pyramid ruins surrounded by the jungle. Ideally, you will experience this beautiful place that is personified by echoes of all the jungle noises.

Old temple above the hill named Yaxhá Temple in Guatemala

Image credit: Jorge Antonio Leoni de León, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Guatemala?

US citizens do not need a visa and are admitted to Guatemala for 90 days. For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Cheapest Countries To Visit In North America

Cuba

We all know Cuba is famous for its cigars, rum, salsa, and Cuban dance styles. Cuba has long been a very attractive tourist destination with its desirable beaches, colonial architecture, and rich cultural history.

Unique places to visit in Cuba

  1. Old Havana: A UNESCO World Heritage site that gives you an authentic experience of what Cuba was like 200 years ago
  2. Varadero: Home to one of the best Caribbean beaches

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $33 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $20 while a double occupancy room will cost $40.5 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $8 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $1 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Cuba

To experience the wonderful Carribean climate travel between October and April.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Cuba you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special;

El Nicho Waterfall – Find this beautiful waterfall nestled in the lush tropical jungle of the Parque El Nicho.

Beautiful waterfall inside the forst named El Nicho Waterfall in Cuba

Image credit: kuhnmi, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Cuba?

The short and easy answer is yes. You can go to Cuba, but you can’t go to Cuba as a tourist under the circumstances. The U.S. government implemented sanctions against the Cuban government. This means that travel to and from Cuba is only legal by choosing one of the 12 authorized travel categories.

Although tourism isn’t on the list as an authorized travel category, there is a way for you to still go to Cuba and enjoy all the tourism it has to offer.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Mexico

Mexico is unique for its glistening beaches, incredible ancient ruins, rich culture, and incredibly tasty cuisine. Who doesn’t love Mexican food, right? This is the perfect place for any foodie!

Unique places to visit in Mexico

  1. Uxmal: The ancient Mayan city of Uxmal is one of the most historically and culturally significant attractions in Mexico
  2. Santa Prisca Church in Taxco: El Templo de Santa Prisca, or the Santa Prisca Church, is a magnificent Baroque structure located in the city of Taxco

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $89 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $34.5 while a double occupancy room will cost $69 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $20 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $14 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Mexico

November is the best time to visit as it dry, warm and before the beginning of high season.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Mexico you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Bacalar – This gorgeous turquoise lagoon is a dream for most adventure travelers. Head out by kayak or boat and you’ll encounter deep cenotes, shallow swimming spots, and secret bars nestled between the mangroves.

gorgeous turquoise lagoon with secret bars nestled between the mangroves

Image credit: Lidia Tretyakova, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Mexico?

No, US citizens do not need a Mexican Visa. US citizens enjoy visa-free travel to Mexico for up to 180 days. Although US citizens do not need a Mexican Visa, they must apply for a Mexican Tourist Card.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Cheapest Countries To Visit in Europe

Turkey

We have all seen the amazing pictures of the hot air balloons of Cappadocia, Turkey has many world-renowned attractions. Turkey’s coastline consists of an array of pristine beaches. Turkey is also known for its tasty local food. Turkey is a very cheap country and is one of the cheapest foreign countries to visit on our list and also the cheapest European countries to visit.

Unique places to visit in Turkey

  1. Ephesus: Ruins of colossal monuments and marble-columned roads
  2. Antalya: This beautiful Mediterranean hub is not-to-be-missed

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $23 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $9 while a double occupancy room will cost $18.50 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $20 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $7.5 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Turkey:

Travel between April and May or September and October, these months offer mild weather and not scorching heat.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Turkey you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Pamukkale: This might be the most beautiful natural phenomenon you will ever see. This ‘cotton castle’ consists of white walls with extraordinary blue natural swimming pools

This ‘cotton castle’ consists of white walls with extraordinary blue natural swimming pools located in Pamukkale, Turkey

Image credit: Antoine Taveneaux, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Turkey?

Yes, US citizens must apply for a Turkey Visa before traveling. US citizens qualify for the Turkey Visa on Arrival. However, we advise citizens to rather apply for their Turkey E-Visa in advance.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria is one of the oldest countries in Europe. It boasts vast landscapes such as mountain ranges, beaches, and mineral springs. There are many UNESCO World Heritage Sites to discover. The capital city, Sofia, is known for its art, food, and incredible nightlife. There is something for every traveler.

Unique places to visit in Bulgaria

  1. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral: This is the iconic symbol of Bulgaria
  2. Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari: This ancient Thracian tomb is well-preserved and boasts impressive carvings and murals

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $51 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $29 while a double occupancy room will cost $57 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $13 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $11 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Bulgaria:

Visit Bulgaria between April and June when you will have lovely Spring weather.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Bulgaria you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Devetashka Cave: Located in Devetaki lies a magnificent cave that should be on the top of your to-do list.

Image of people probably tourist inside a magnificent cave in Devetashka Cave, Bulgaria

Image credit: Vislupus, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Bulgaria?

US citizens traveling on regular tourist passports cannot stay more than a total of 90 days in Bulgaria within a 6-month period without a Bulgarian visa.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Croatia

Croatia has been said to be a destination with the best weather all year round. Croatia boasts beautiful greenery, cultural cities, and stunning islands. The kind you dream of! Croatia has some of the most stunning seaside cafés and local restaurants!

Unique places to visit in Croatia

  1. Pula’s Roman Arena: A well-preserved Roman Arena located seaside
  2. Diocletian’s Palace: An ancient palace built for the Roman emperor Diocletian

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $76 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $40 while a double occupancy room will cost $80 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $24 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $10 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Croatia

The best time to visit is during the summer months of June to September.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Croatia you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Slunj: A beautiful majestic waterfall found in the quaint little town of Rastoke.

A beautiful majestic waterfall with green trees surrounding it and some small houses nearby

Zdeněk Macháček | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for Croatia?

A visa is not required for U.S. passport holders for temporary tourists. For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Cheapest Countries To Visit In Africa

Kenya

Haven’t you ever dreamt of going on a magical African safari? Kenya is known for its magnificent wildlife and sunny African plains. What makes Kenya so special is its raw, natural beauty that you can’t find anywhere else. Can you believe that a country that is so magical could also be one of the cheapest countries to visit in the world!?

Unique places to visit in Kenya

  1. Amboseli National Park: National Park with the mountain range Mount Kilimanjaro as a gorgeous backdrop
  2. Lake Nakuru National Park: Giant lake covered in huge flocks of pink flamingos

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $106 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $27 while a double occupancy room will cost $55 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $23 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $28 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Kenya:

The dry season between July to September is ideal for a trip to Kenya.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Kenya you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Menengai Crater: Kenya’s largest crater, and one of the largest calderas in the world. Enjoy amazing views, trekking, biking, and nature while visiting this site.

An huge elephant at Tsavo National Park, Kenya

Image credit: Brenda-mwangi, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Kenya?

Yes, US citizens need to apply for the Kenya evisa. For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Egypt

Egypt is very famous for its monuments such as the Pyramids of Giza. Alongside being one of the cheapest countries to visit, Egypt is rich in culture, ancient treasures, and history. There is so much to see! Egypt is one of the most budget-friendly places in Africa.

Unique places to visit in Egypt

  1. Pyramids of Giza: Ancient Pyramids
  2. Valley of the Kings: Pharaohs’ tombs and burial chambers

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $27 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $11 while a double occupancy room will cost $23 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $8 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $5 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Egypt

To avoid the scorching heat it is best to travel during the cooler months of October to April.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Egypt you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

White Desert: A winter wonderland desert where it seems as if snow mixed with the hot desert sand. This offers a unique experience of the desert that you will not find anywhere else!

A winter wonderland desert where it seems as if snow mixed with the hot desert sand

Image credit: Roland Unger, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Egypt?

US citizens must have a visa to enter Egypt. U.S. citizens can obtain a renewable single-entry 30-day tourist visa on arrival at Egyptian airports.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Morocco

Morocco is known for its vast dunes of the scorching Sahara desert. However, Morocco has much more to offer from beautiful mountain ranges and jaw-dropping coastlines to exotic culture. Wouldn’t it be amazing to experience the desert and coastlines all in one place?

Unique places to visit in Morocco

  1. Meknes The Ninth century Medina: Explore this beautiful major historical site
  2. High Atlas: North Africa’s highest mountain range. A paradise for trekkers and people wanting to experience magnificent views

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $41 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $20 while a double occupancy room will cost $40 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $15 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $7 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Morocco

Plan your Morocco trip for the Autumn months of September to November or early spring months of March to April for the best weather.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Morocco you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Ouzoud Waterfall: Located northeast of Marrakech this dramatic three-tiered waterfall stands 110m tall.

three-tiered waterfall stands 110m tall it has people with some cottages

Sergio Teixeira | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for Morocco?

Visas are not required for visits lasting less than 90 days. For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Cheapest Countries To Visit In Asia

Vietnam

Vietnam is known for its extraordinary beauty. Its ancient history, rich culture, and gorgeous landscapes make Vietnam a must-see Asian country. Vietnam is such a beautiful country with so much to explore!

Unique places to visit in Vietnam

  1. Halong Bay: Thousand of limestone islands surrounded by turquoise waters. This is truly a sight to behold
  2. Hue: One of Vietnam’s most historic towns

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $49 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $22 while a double occupancy room will cost $43 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $11 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $10 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Vietnam:

Visit Vietnam when the downpour is less and the temperature is mild during the months of March to April.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Vietnam you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Cát Bà Island and National Park: Best place to see the bioluminescent plankton.

Beautiful sunset in Cát Bà Island and National Park, Vietnam

Cassie Smart | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for Vietnam?

US passport holders should apply for a Vietnam Visa On Arrival. For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Indonesia

As well as being one of the cheapest countries to visit, Indonesia is also one of the most interesting. Gorgeous beaches are scattered along 17 000 different islands all offering so much rich culture and diversity. Indonesia also has some of the most beautiful temples. Indonesia is perfect for budget travelers, backpackers and digital nomads.

Unique places to visit in Indonesia

  1. Borobudur: Iconic and historic Buddist temple located in Central Java
  2. Sacred Monkey Forest: Beautiful forest is filled with monkeys and temples on the island of Bali

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $47 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $25 while a double occupancy room will cost $50 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $1 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $6 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Indonesia:

For dry and cool weather visit Indonesia during the months of July and August.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Indonesia you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Mount Kelimutu, Flores: A breathtaking crater lake boasting unique colors from bright blue to earthy brown tones.

A breathtaking crater lake boasting unique colors from bright blue to earthy brown tones in Mount Kelimutu, Flores

Image credit: Bagus Pinandoyo Basuki, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Do You Need a Visa for Indonesia?

Yes, US citizens require a visa for Indonesia. For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Thailand

Thailand has been a popular tourist destination for years. Not only is it one of the cheapest countries to visit, it’s also one of the most beautiful. Its unimaginable tropical beauty, ancient temples, and vibrant nightlife have been a tourist magnet for years. Thailand offers some spectacular scuba diving sites on the southeast side of the island. Haven’t you dreamt of riding a tuk-tuk through the turbulent yet exciting streets of Thailand?

Unique places to visit in Thailand

  1. Phi-Phi islands: The serene islands with blinding turquoise waters and soft white sands with captivating views that go on forever
  2. Elephant Rescue park: One of the sanctuaries for elephants rescued from circuses and environments of abuse

According to budgetyourtrip.com these are the amounts you will spend on daily expenses:

  • Average daily price: You should expect to have around $87 for daily expenses.
  • Accommodation: An hostel costs around $28 while a double occupancy room will cost $56 a night.
  • Meals: You should budget around $14 per day for food. Restaurants will be more expensive than street food or takeout.
  • Transportation: People have reported spending an average of $11 on transport per day. Take note that taxi rides are significantly more expensive than other public transport

When to travel to Thailand:

The ideal weather is during the dry season which is from November to March.

So yes, if you’re planning to go to Thailand you probably already know all the must-see tourist attractions but here is a hidden gem to make your trip extra special:

Chaing Mai Night Market: You can’t miss this incredible night market held outside the ancient walls of Chaing Mai city. Experience this quiet city come to life in the evening.

A man un black and black hat on a crowded street doing charcoal painting in  Chaing Mai Night Market, Thailand

Markus Winkler | Unsplash

Do You Need a Visa for Thailand?

US passport holders fall under the visa exemption program, which means that US citizens can travel to Thailand without a visa for a maximum of 30 days.

For all other countries check the Atlys app for your individual requirements.

Cheapest Countries to Visit – Summary

Traveling to some of the cheapest countries on a tight budget could still result in magical once-in-a-lifetime memories. There is something here to choose from for every type of traveler, whether you like to spend your time sipping a cocktail on the beautiful beaches of Thailand or adventure in the African plains of Kenya.

From ancient ruins in Guatemala, the scorching sun illuminating the baffling Pyramids of Giza, to vibrant deep blue and brown colors that compose the Mount Kelimutu crater in Indonesia, why wouldn’t you want to visit these places?

Did you see something you didn’t know about before? Traveling to the cheapest country can be magical, make sure to savor every exceptional moment!

Feel free to learn more about the visa requirements and application process on Atlys. Applying for a visa can be incredibly stressful but Atlys takes care of that for you to make your experience as hassle-free as possible.

Guest Author Bio

Shannon Reeler is a content writer for Atlys, a company that strives to make your visa application process flawless. She is an avid traveler and hopes to one day have traveled the world and written a blog about every place she has visited. She’s not a talker, but give her a pen and paper and she won’t stop talking.

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap