3 Of The Cheapest Travel Destinations In 2017
Who says you need tons of money to travel the world? If you're dreaming of going on holiday but haven't done so well with saving money, don't let a lack of funds stand in the way of your wanderlust! To help you plan a budget-friendly trip, we've scoured the globe for the cheapest travel destinations.
As one of Southeast Asia's hottest travel spots, Cambodia is the perfect place to have a lost-cost adventure. From Phnom Penh's famous street markets to Siem Reap's ancient temples, many the country's most iconic attractions won't cost you cent to visit.
If you're happy to stay in a hostel, travellers shouldn't have any trouble finding reasonably priced accommodation in Cambodia. Transportation is also pretty cheap, especially if you're willing to travel by tuk-tuk. Whether you want to try local delicacies or stick with Western food, most meals won't cost you more than $10.
Actually getting to Cambodia can be a little pricey, but you can easily save some money on your plane fare by booking your tickets well in advance and using cost comparison sites such as Skyscanner. To save even more money, carry-on only fares often cost less than those with baggage included. To make sure you bag meets international carry-on requirements, check out our range of cabin bags.
Melbourne might be known as one of the most expensive places to actually live, but visiting this vibrant city doesn't have to break the bank. These are just some of the things you can do in Melbourne for under $50:
- Visit the Melbourne Museum
- Get up close and personal with wildlife at the Melbourne Zoo
- Dine out on delicious food at one of the many restaurants on Lygon Street
- Cruise down the Yarra River on the ferry.
If you only plan on staying in Melbourne for a short while, our range of small suitcases would be the perfect accessory for your trip.
Located just south of India, Sri Lanka is renowned for offering low-cost luxury. With its pristine coastline, scenic tea plantations and lush jungles, this destination is both cheap and beautiful. Whether you'd prefer want to stay in an ocean-front resort or go trekking through the countryside, you can travel in style without blowing your budget.
If you don't feel like navigating Sri Lanka's public transport system (although it's the cheapest option), you can hire your very own car driver for around $50 a day. No matter your style though, travellers who plan to do plenty of exploring in Sri Lanka should make sure to invest in a quality backpack.
If you're still not sure where to go on holiday, check out our blog for more travel advice.