If you want to travel in 2019 and if you don’t want to spend all your hard-earned money on the trip, here are 11 of the cheapest destinations in 2019, plus how much it will cost you per person per day (on average) to visit.
Average daily cost: $28 US per person
Colombia is a great place. Here you can see a huge variety of historical sights, there are magnificent beaches and much more.
The city of Medellin is famous for its flowers and the system of cable cars that carry locals hither and yon across the valley.
If you want to see the traditional South American celebration of Lent known as Barranquilla or Carnaval, Colombia is a great place to do so.
Average daily cost: $34 US per person
Cambodia borders Thailand to the west, Laos to the north, and Vietnam to the east and has everything you need – hotels, restaurants, transfers and buses from one city to another, as well as modern shops and banks. Cambodia has a rich history and culture. It is fascinating to see the the ancient temples of the fallen Angkor Empire near Siem Reap.
Average daily cost: $47 US per person
Albania is the country you should visit. The country is a predominantly Muslim but also formerly communist country in the Balkans, with a long Adriatic coastline and a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Whether you’re looking for a beach, an alpine view, or a smattering of Ottoman architecture, Albania won’t disappoint.
Republic of Georgia
Average daily cost: $17 US per person
Georgia has a good shot at becoming the next big thing in travel in the coming years. It has everything: some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the world and great hiking, world-renowned wine, great food, friendly people, excellent public transportation and fascinating history.
Average daily cost: $25 US per person
Nepal is the place that soul chooses. Buddhist teachings and wisdom, rural life, sacred temples, unforgettable sunsets and sunrises in the mountains, majestic Everest – all of these you will see and feel in Nepal.
Average daily cost: $27 US per person
Bolivia is a great place to visit. This is the most isolated from the rest of the world, and the most multinational country in the southern hemisphere.
Travelers recommend exploring Bolivia’s provinces and rural areas. But if you’re looking for a world-famous and surreally beautiful spot, check out Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. Lake Titicaca and the birthplace of the Inca Empire also comes highly recommended.
Average daily cost: $19 US per person
Armenia is a land of history – specifically church history, since it was the first officially Christian nation, and it is dotted with ancient monasteries and places of worship. Armenia has a stunning and diverse nature. The greenery and the colored mountains in the south are worth it to come here. Yerevan is the capital of Armenia. There are many historical monuments and beautiful churches here.
Average daily cost: $71 US per person
Holidays in Estonia are walks in the fresh air along the shores of the Baltic Sea, rest in modern spas and, of course, acquaintance with the sights of Estonian cities. The main city of Estonia, attracting the attention of tourists, is its capital – the city of Tallinn.
Estonia can be proud of not only its cities with a long history, but also beautiful nature. Local forests and lakes deserve special attention. Also there are many magnificent beaches in Estonia.
Average daily cost: $67 US per person
Argentina is an amazing country. The capital, Buenos Aires is a legendary city. Here you can learn the great dance of tango and ride a bike to see the beauty of this place. Argentina is a colorful, fascinating country that is not yet fully open and known by tourists. Today, it is attracting more and more attention. Here you can find everything for a wonderful holiday. Beaches that stretch for miles; mountains; steppes with no end in sight; the most beautiful waterfalls; dense forests and ski resorts.
Average daily cost: $42 US per person
The Philippines is a nation of scenic islands, rich history, diverse cuisine, and friendly people. The comfortable climate and romantic atmosphere of the Philippines attract many tourists from all over the world. This is a paradise of the planet, with magnificent beaches, waterfalls, rice terraces and various coral reefs. The most popular islands are Boracay, Palawan and Cebu.
Average daily cost: $29 US per person
Turkey is famous for so many legendary events, one description of which would take an entire library. The country is rich in sights and interesting places. You can visit the Graeco-Roman city of Ephesus, or the remains of the legendary Troy. You can even visit an underground city if you like; Derinkuyu, located in Turkey’s Cappadocia region, is the largest such site in the world, stretching down to a depth of 200 meters.
In Istanbul, you can see the Hagia Sophia, the Sultanahmet Mosque, the Basilica Cistern – these magnificent structures stand as testaments to the glory and importance of this ancient city.