Ever thought about backpacking? It’s a new trend among travelers, but it has existed since time can remember. Today, you can travel the world through backpacking, and it is amazing.
It’s a fact that traveling can be quite pricey, but it doesn’t mean you can’t save on a trip to various countries.
Traveling is about education – learning about the world, the cultures of others and life in general. The lessons are endless and it opens your eyes to the realities of life. Backpacking is a better way to experience life through traveling, and it doesn’t mean you need to shell out a hefty amount of cash.
If you want to explore the world, here are some of the best and cheapest countries to visit, according to Student Universe.
Nepal is a popular backpacking destination for those who are on a budget. This country offers more than just living out of a backpack. It’s where some of the world’s highest peaks are located like Mount Everest and Kanchenjunga.
Thailand has become a popular backpacking destination over the past years. The cost of living is affordable and the sceneries are breathtaking. This is the perfect country for budget-conscious backpackers who are looking for a tropical destination with a diverse and rich culture.
India is ideal for backpackers who don’t mind being a little uncomfortable. The good news? It’s really affordable and the culture is diverse.
4. Sri Lanka
Backpacking in Sri Lanka is as cheap as in Thailand. There are various tourist destinations to visit like national parks and cultural centers.
Indonesia is one of the best places to backpack. There are thousands of islands to explore. Just like other Southeast Asian countries, traveling to this country is cheap and worthwhile.
Nicaragua is the perfect alternative to other Central American countries that are quite pricey. This country is the perfect backpacking destination if you’re on a budget but wants to explore the culture of Central America.
Peru is home to the world’s breathtaking rainforests and beaches. Just like the other countries on this list, you’ll not shell out a hefty amount of cash when you backpack in Peru.
Affordable backpacking trips are not just limited to Southeast Asia. If you want a taste of the West meets East, visit Turkey, even if you’re on a budget. Traveling to this side of the planet is cheap, not like in other countries.
Albania is a cheaper alternative to Greece and Italy. You can still enjoy the Mediterranean sceneries and architecture without spending as much as you would in other countries.
10. Costa Rica
If you’re someone who wants to explore wildlife and untouched rainforests, Costa Rica is the country to visit.
Are you planning to backpack soon? Which country do you want to visit first? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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