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33 Best Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now [in 2022]

Post-pandemic, there's no better feeling than getting out for some well-earned travel. Whether you're an avid traveler, or completely new to the travel scene, we're all itching to get out of the house. 

However, actually doing so can seem like an impossible feat. After all, if the plane fare doesn't eat a hole in your wallet, the local activities surely will. 

Or at least, that's what you might think. 

In reality, there are some amazing places you can travel locally and abroad that won't leave you destitute. And, if you want to learn more, you're in the right place!

This article will explore all of the best and cheapest places to travel right now, as well as how you can travel on a budget in 2022. Let's get started.


33 Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now

  1. How can I travel on a budget in 2022?
  2. Cheapest Places to Travel in North America
  3. Cheapest Places to Travel in South America
  4. Cheapest Places to Travel in Europe
  5. Cheapest Places to Travel in Asia
  6. Cheapest Places to Travel in Africa
  7. Essential Travel Accessories 

How Can I Travel on a Budget in 2022?

Though all of the expenses that come with a vacation might seem overwhelming at first, you’d be surprised with how cheap you can make your getaway.


Luckily, we know just how you can plan your trip like a pro. Consider these tips:

Pack Light

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Do you really need that giant, bulky suitcase that costs you an extra $50-$200? We say no.

You’d be surprised how much extra junk you pack that you really don’t need. Instead, limit yourself by using a large carry-on backpack to pack what you need. This saves you time, hassle, and money.

It’s also not as stressful as you think. Make a list of everything you need first, instead of panicking the night before and overpacking. That’s how to pack a backpack like a pro!

For backpacks, we recommend The Sunny 16 Voyager camera backpack. It’s a midsize bag, making it a great travel bag. It’s made of a waterproof material, making it perfect for any of your travels, rain or shine.

This bag is the perfect mix between comfort and safety. It has shoulder straps with padding on the back made of breathable material, plus an anti-theft clamshell opening for security.


Read the Fine Print

When you google the cheapest hotels, make sure you read the fine print. Just because one has the “lowest price” doesn’t mean it won’t have extra fees. You might actually find that a slightly more expensive hotel is cheaper.

You also have to consider benefits, as a hotel with free breakfast or other inexpensive services can actually save you more money overall. 


Check out a Hostel

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Hotels are too expensive? Don’t worry!

If you don’t mind sleeping in a dorm-like environment, a hostel might be the perfect accommodation. These are especially common in Europe and the United States, and can cost as little as $15 per night!


Find Inexpensive Ways to Eat

Anyone who’s been to a tourist hotspot (looking at you Disney), knows the trauma of restaurant prices. While the occasional expensive restaurant can be nice, you don’t want daily visits to obliterate your wallet.

Instead, look for hotels that offer free breakfast, or ask about local markets. When you buy local food to cook, you get an equally authentic experience, while also saving a ton of cash. 


Know When (and Where) to Book Flights

Did you know that there are some secrets to buying a cheaper plane ticket? Try buying a flight 54 days before your flight. Statistically, it’ll be the cheapest. Also, most airlines put their sales up on Tuesdays, and then take them down on Thursday.

We recommend trying Skyscanner, as it’s a great website for finding cheap flights to and from anywhere. 


Bonus #1: What is the Least Expensive Country to Visit?

If you care more about day to day costs than the cost of flights, there are some amazing places you can travel. What is the cheapest place for 2021? Well, there are a few options.

Consider these top three cheapest options:

  • Indonesia: Can cost you as little as $30 a day. Believe it or not, you can get 3 meals a day for 10-15 days with only $100 here. 
  • Mexico: A great choice for those in the U.S., as nearby proximity equals cheap flights. On top of that, the average Mexican vacation costs less than $1,000 per traveller. 
  • India: A trip to India can cost less than $20 a day! On top of cheap meals, inexpensive flights to the country are also common. 

  • Bonus #2: Where are the Cheapest Places to Fly Right Now?

    So, what is the cheapest place for 2022? Depending on where you are in the U.S., right now you can fly to either of these destinations for less than $75:

  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Currently the cheapest place to fly to from the east coast, you can see prices as low as $51 for a flight. 
  • Denver, Colorado: Right now this is one of the cheapest destinations from the West Coast, with prices as low as $38 for a flight. 


  • Cheapest Places to Travel in North America

    The United States and Canada offer a host of the best and cheapest places to travel. Whether you’re looking for an amazing city, or the beauty of the great outdoors, there’s truly something for everyone.

    On top of that, flights to any of these places are extremely cheap if you’re from the U.S.

     

    1. Orlando, Florida

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    Known worldwide for popular attractions like Disney World and Universal Studios, Orlando is a great place to vacation. This Florida paradise also offers amazing beaches and stellar city-life. Plus, you’ll be treated to temperatures above 70 degrees in almost any season.

    Flights to this area from anywhere in the U.S. are pretty cheap, but the cost of food and accommodations can vary. For example, if you stay in the Disney Parks, you’ll be racking up more expenses than if you stay in the city.

    Orlando Summary

    • Flights: $50-$200 per person
    • Hotels: $60-$200 per night ($400+ for Disney World)
    • Food: $50 per day ($70+ for Disney World)
    • Average Vacation Cost: $240 per day

     

    2. Denver, Colorado

    Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Denver Mountains

    Close to the Rocky Mountains and other marvels of the American landscape, Denver flights have been incredibly cheap this year. And, with many of its main attractions being in the great outdoors, activities here can be nearly free. 

    However, if you’re not a fan of hiking or rock climbing, don’t worry. Denver also offers several different museums, an amphitheater, and more! 

    Denver Summary

    • Flights: $50-$250 per person
    • Hotels: $80-$200 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $175 per day

     

    3. Detroit, Michigan

    Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Detroit

    With lovely theaters, gardens and parks, Detroit is becoming an ever more popular tourist destination. You could easily spend your whole vacation in the city, checking out historic museums and sports events.

    And don’t be afraid of those chilly winters!  You can also have fun watching hockey or ice skating in those colder months. 

    Detroit Summary

    • Flights: $80-$200 per person 
    • Hotels: $100-$300 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $110 per day

     

    4. New York City, New York

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - New York

    One of the most legendary cities in the U.S., who wouldn’t want to walk down Broadway or explore Central Park? NYC has some of the most amazing and culturally diverse restaurants in the world. Sure, this city might be in a majority English speaking country, but you’ll probably hear a different language on every block.

    On top of incredible diversity, you’ll also have access to some of the largest and most historic museums in the U.S. From art, to science, to history, NYC has it all.

    New York City Summary

    • Flights: $100-$300 per person
    • Hotels: $100-$400 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $240 per day

     

    5. Anchorage, Alaska

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel In January - Alaska Anchorage Downtown Skyline

    A wildlife photographer’s dream, Alaska is one of the most beautiful places on earth. You can enjoy hiking, wildlife tours, and more. If you decide to go to the ocean, you can take a boat tour to see some glaciers.

    And, if you’re not afraid of the winter temperatures, there’s plenty to do in the winter. You can ski on massive mountains, or even experience dogsledding!

    Anchorage Summary

    • Flights: $150-$450 per person
    • Hotels: $150-$250 per night
    • Food: $40 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $150 per day

     

    6. Atlanta, Georgia

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - Atlanta Georgia

    From massive zoos and aquariums to beautiful museums, Georgia’s capital city is a great option for cheap vacationing. This city also has unique Civil War history, as well as amazing dedications to Martin Luther King Jr.

    Right now, flights to this state are incredibly cheap, making it one of the cheapest places to travel in the south.

    And, you don’t have to worry about weather, as the state is still above 50 degrees, even in the winter!

    Atlanta Summary

    • Flights: $60-$200 per person
    • Hotels: $140-$300 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $135 per day

     

    7. Houston, Texas

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    On top of being home to one of the coolest space museums in the U.S., Houston has other amazing attractions too. This Texan city also has museums, as well as a world class butterfly center and zoo.

    This can also be a great place for winter travel, as an average temperature between 50-60 degrees avoids the pain of the state's 90 degree summers. 

    Houston Summary

    • Flights: $70-$200 per person
    • Hotels: $100-$250 per night
    • Food: $30 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $210 per day

     

    8. Chicago, Illinois

    With an iconic skyline, Chicago is a great midwestern option for travelers on a budget. Here, you can enjoy art museums, Millennium Park, and even an aquarium.

    And, if you have a thing for ice skating and sledding, Chicago might be the perfect winter destination for you. Just remember to bundle up!

    Chicago Summary

    • Flights: $70-$200 per person
    • Hotels: $100-$300 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $220 per day

     

    9. Toronto, Canada

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Canada Toronto Skyline

    Just on the other side of Niagara Falls, Toronto is a beautiful option for cheap international travel. This city has thriving breweries, as well as beautiful forests and waters. 

    One of the most fun things to do here is boat tours. You can take one to see the harbor or Niagara Falls. You can even step foot on an authentic sailboat.

    Toronto Summary

    • Flights: $125-$350 per person
    • Hotels: $100-$300 per night
    • Food: $60 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $180 per day

     

    10. Calgary, Canada

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel In Canada - Alberta National Park

    The view says it all. Calgary and Banff offer stunning views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and have plenty of fun activities for the whole family. Learn history at Heritage Park, or check out the lovely Lake Louise. The zoo is also sure to wow any young ones.

    Overall, Calgary is a great destination for anyone who wants to see Canada’s natural beauty. 

    Calgary Summary

    • Flights: $120-$300 per person
    • Hotels: $60-$150 per night
    • Food: $25 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $135 per day 

    Cheapest Places to Travel in Central & South America

    If colorful cities, tropical beaches, and vibrant culture are your thing, look no further than the many countries of South America. Many of these countries are insanely cheap to fly to right now from the U.S. And, continue to be cheap once you’re there (if you know how to avoid tourist traps).

    So, with that in mind, let’s get into the best and cheapest places to travel in Central & South America.

     

    11. Cancun, Mexico

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Cancun Mexico

    From fascinating history, to unique ocean experiences, Cancun really has it all. This Central American destination has warm weather year round, making it a great cheap travel vacation.

    In Cancun you can see the ruins of the ancient Mayan civilization, one of which being one of the world’s Wonders (Chichen Itza). If you’re into beaches, you can relax all day on the sandy shores. Or, if you want more action out of your ocean experience, try scuba diving, kayaking or Jet skiing. This Mexican paradise has it all!

    Cancun Summary

    • Flights: $200-$400 per person
    • Hotels: $25-$500 per night
    • Food: $20 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $100 per day

     

    12. Mexico City, Mexico

    Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Mexico City

    The hub of Mexico’s art, culture and history, Mexico City is one of the best cheap places to travel in Central America. Here you can see the ruins of the once great Aztec city that stood here (Teotihuacan). But that’s not the only stunning feat of architecture. There’s also beautiful Spanish churches, museums, and more.

    Speaking of museums, be sure not to miss the Frida Carlo Museum, or National Museum of Anthropology. 

    Mexico City Summary

    • Flights: $200-$400 per person
    • Hotels: $40-$200 per night
    • Food: $20 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $140 per day

     

    13. San Salvador, El Salvador

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel In January - El Salvador

    You don’t want to miss the colorful towns and breathtaking volcanos of San Salvador. Like Cancun, this area has some incredible Mayan ruins. And, you can also check out the historic colonial parts of the city.

    Also, don’t forget to try the coffee here! It’s locally grown and tastes amazing. 


    San Salvador Summary

    • Flights: $160-$500 per person
    • Hotels: $40-$150 per night
    • Food: $20 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $35 per day

     

    14. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel In January - Santa Maria la Menor Statue Cathedral

    This island city is a great choice for history fans, hikers, and anyone who loves the beach. Nature lovers can catch amazing sites at the 3 Eyes National Park, or check out the stunning coastline. By the same token, the city also offers archaeology tours around some of the historic colonial sites.

    We can’t forget the shopping malls either.

    Really, despite being on an island, Santo Domingo really has something for everyone. 

    Santo Domingo Summary

    • Flights: $200-$400 per person
    • Hotels: $60-$170 per night
    • Food: $15 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $110 per day

     

    15. Medellin, Columbia

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel In Caribbean - Columbia

    With some of the most interesting geography in South America, it’s no wonder Medellin is a great travel destination. Just outside the city, Guatapé offers some incredible views and hikes.

    However, there’s plenty to do in the city as well (not to mention the insanely cheap food and hotel costs). Medellin has some of the best coffee shops in the world! Plus, you can also enjoy lovely art museums and sculptures. 

    Medellin Summary

    • Flights: $270-$550 per person
    • Hotels: $5-$10 per night
    • Food: $3-$6 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $50 per day

     

    16. San Jose, Costa Rica

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The Caribbean - San Jose Costa Rica

    San Jose truly captures the beauty of the tropics. Here, you can see tropical beaches, waterfalls, and volcanos. Don’t forget to try riding a zipline or touring the local food markets.

    Cruises to this area are also incredibly common, in part due to the Grade A beaches. 

    San Jose Summary

    • Flights: $150-$300 per person
    • Hotels: $10-$100 per night
    • Food: $10-$15 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $60 per day

     

    17. SĂŁo Paulo, Brazil

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Brazil Ciudad

    This modern South American city offers museums, markets, and some of the most incredible soccer (football) stadiums in the world. Check out the city’s incredible sculptures and unique museum of art.

    Plus, it’s only a short drive to many beautiful Brazilian beaches. 

    SĂŁo Paulo Summary

    • Flights: $650+ per person
    • Hotels: $100-$150 per night
    • Food: $10-$20 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $40 per day

    Cheapest Places to Travel in Europe

    While many people are under the impression that a trip to Europe is always expensive, that’s simply not the case. If you love rich history and delicious food, Europe can be an amazing, (and surprisingly cheap), travel destination.

    Here's our comprehensive list of the best and cheapest places to travel in Europe:

     

    18. Porto, Portugal

    Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Tower Porto

    A beacon of Portuguese culture, Porto offers some of the most tasty wine and beautiful old churches in Europe. You can take tours to see these stunning cultural sites, or head to one of the many museums. And, if you're in the mood for some amazing food, the Mercado Bom Sucesso offers an amazing selection.

    Another great thing about Porto is that it’s right on the beach, and has mild weather all year round. 

    Porto Summary

    • Flights: $250-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $90-$200 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $120 per day

     

    19. Rome, Italy

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel In January - Rome Italy Civitavecchia

    What’s not to love about this iconic Italian city? Not only will you be treated to Italian culture, but also experience the rich history of the fallen Roman Empire. This includes things like the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and more. And, there are other marvels of architecture photography here too, like the Vatican.

    Plus, you’re in the right place if you like food. Rome offers some of the most delicious Italian food in the world. Really, don’t underestimate how good pasta can be!

    Rome Summary

    • Flights: $350-$700 per person
    • Hotels: $70-$400 per night
    • Food: $40 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $150 per day

     

    20. Prague, Czech Republic

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Old Town Prague

    If you like the idea of exploring incredible medieval architecture, this might be the perfect European destination for you. You can tour the St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague Castle, and more.

    If that’s not cool enough, there are dozens of incredible ghost and vampire tours all over the city. Though luckily, none will be taking a bite out of you. Instead, you can take a bite out of Prague’s iconic 5 course medieval dining experience. 

    Prague Summary

    • Flights: $500-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $40-$200 per night
    • Food: $25 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $95 per day

     

    21. Valencia, Spain 

    A hub of food, wine, and art, Valencia is a great choice for any inexpensive vacation. You can see stunning cathedrals and old houses, like the San Nicolas de Bari Church. If you’re into more modern attractions, there’s a zoo, aquarium, and science museum to explore.

    As mentioned though, the food and wine here are top notch. Don’t miss the Central Market of Valencia. 

    Valencia Summary

    • Flights: $450-$700 per person
    • Hotels: $170-$400 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $120 per day

     

    22. Athens, Greece

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - Acropolis of Athens Greece

    Overflowing with Ancient Greek ruins, Athens is one of the best places for any history buff to visit. Some of the most well known sites here include the Acropolis, Parthenon, and the Panathenaic Stadium.

    Athens is also home to some of the most amazing history museums in the world, including the newly renovated Acropolis Museum. And, don’t worry if you’re not into history, as there are also boat tours and wine tastings for you to enjoy too. 

    Athens Summary

    • Flights: $450-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $40-$150 per night
    • Food: $35 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $120 per day

     

    23. Tallinn, Estonia 

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    With beautiful nature and historical sites, Tallinn is a great Eastern European destination. One of the most popular attractions is Tallinn Old Town, which will give you that feeling of wandering medieval streets.

    Tallinn is also home to a beautiful old Orthodox Cathedral, as well as several parks and museums. You can even check out a beach by the Baltic Sea (just be sure to bring a sweatshirt). 

    Tallinn Summary

    • Flights: $550-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $30-$150 per night
    • Food: $30 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $90 per day

     

    24. Galway, Ireland 

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - Galway Ireland

    You don’t have to go to Dublin to experience the beauty and culture of Ireland. Galway offers incredible views of the Cliffs of Moher, as well as bogs and other wonders of nature. You can also take a day cruise or ferry out into the Atlantic ocean.

    In the city itself there’s plenty of food, drink and museums. And, don’t miss the incredible Galway Cathedral. 

    Galway Summary

    • Flights: $300-$600 per person
    • Hotels: $50-$150 per night
    • Food: $25 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $110 per day

     

    25. Budapest, Hungary

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Hungarian Parliament in Budapest Hungary

    From cruises to historical buildings, Budapest has plenty to do for any traveler. Don’t miss the Hungarian Parliament Building, or the Castle District. These places have truly incredible medieval and renaissance architecture. You can also sightsee from a cruise, which travels down the Danube River. 

    And, don’t forget to try the authentic Hungarian food and drink!

    Budapest Summary

    • Flights: $550-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $50-$150 per night
    • Food: $20 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $85 per day

    Cheapest Places to Travel in Asia

    The first thing that comes to your mind might be Japan or South Korea, but there’s way more to Asian travel than those locations. Many places in Asia are not only cheap, but offer once-in-a-lifetime sightseeing and wildlife experiences.

    So, let’s dive in!

     

    26. Bali, Indonesia

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    From monkey forests to ancient water temples, Bali has some of the most incredible sights in the world. You can even eat breakfast with elephants!

    This area is the perfect balance between outdoor and city activities. If you love hiking, you can check out the mangrove forests and beaches. On the other hand, there’s also water parks, museums, markets and more. 

    Bali Summary

    • Flights: $400-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $30-$60 per night
    • Food: $20 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $65 per day

     

    27. Goa, India

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - Goa Mormugao India

    Littered with beautiful temples, churches, and an old fort, Goa is a lovely travel destination. Don’t miss the Mangeshi Temple!

    This area is also renowned for its beaches. There are over five major beaches to choose from, and all of them are full of ocean activities. 

    Goa Summary

    • Flights: $450-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $20-$90 per night
    • Food: $5-$15 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $30 per day

     

    28. Bangkok, Thailand

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    Home to some of the most amazing Buddhist temples in the world, Bangkok is one of the best and cheapest places to travel in Asia. Check out the Wat Pho or Wat Arun through walking or long-tail boat rides. 

    Bangkok is also well known for its incredible food and legendary nightlife. The local markets and food stalls will easily blow you away. 

    Bangkok Summary

    • Flights: $400-$800 per person
    • Hotels: $15-$150 per night
    • Food: $15 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $65 per day

     

    29. Hanoi, Vietnam 

    Cheapest Places to Travel In June - Pagoda Vietnam

    From sightseeing cruises to fascinating museums, Hanoi is a beautiful place to travel. Take a trip to the ancient capital Hoa LĆ° where you can see temples and more. Explore the unique peaks and cliffs of the area.

    And, don’t forget to visit the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology or the Fine Arts Museum. 

    Hanoi Summary

    • Flights: $350-$850 per person
    • Hotels: $40-$100 per night
    • Food: $10 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $40 per day

    Cheapest Places to Travel in Africa

    Don’t worry, we didn’t forget this huge, culturally diverse country. Not only is Africa home to some of the most diverse wildlife on earth, but is also a cultural melting pot.

    With that in mind, here are the best and cheapest places to travel in Africa right now:

     

    30. Marrakech, Morocco 

    Best and Cheapest Places to Travel Right Now - Marrakech

    Interested in a camel ride across the sand dunes, or a view of some of the most beautiful and unique architecture in the world? Morocco might just be the place for you.

    Here, you can hike, take a camel, or ride a dirt bike into the Sahara Desert. Just remember your sunscreen. Plus, there are several art museums and historic sites all over the city. From Mosques to Forts, you’ll see it all. 

    And, don’t be afraid to try the local food, it’s truly delicious!

    Marrakech Summary

    • Flights: $500-$850 per person
    • Hotels: $80-$200 per night
    • Food: $10 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $60 per day

     

    31. Cairo, Egypt 

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - Cairo Egypt

    The 3rd most popular tourist destination in all of Africa, Cairo has some amazing things to offer. Of course, you can’t miss the Pyramids of Giza, or the Sphinx, but there are other things to do on your trip to Cairo as well.

    Islamic Cairo hosts some absolutely breathtaking mosques, like the 1000 year old Al-Azhar Mosque. And, if you’re into museums, check out the huge Museum of Egyptian Antiquities.

    Cairo Summary

    • Flights: $350-$900 per person
    • Hotels: $20-$110 per night
    • Food: $10 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $40 per day

     

    32. Nairobi, Kenya 

    If you want to experience the wildlife of the African Savannah, Nairobi is the place to go. From the endangered species of the Wildlife Trust, to the many animals at the National Park, you’ll be amazed by what you can see.

    In the city itself, there are wonderful museums, as well as fantastic local marketplaces to explore. 

    Nairobi Summary

    • Flights: $650+ per person
    • Hotels: $25-$80 per night
    • Food: $5-$10 per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $60 per day

     

    33. Johannesburg, South Africa

    Cheapest Places to Travel In The World - Johannesburg in South Africa

    A nature-lover’s dream, Johannesburg features safaris, explorable caves, and more. You can see all kinds of African animals here.

    Plus, there are tons of fascinating museums all over the city. Check out the Nelson Mandela Museum or any of the other Apartheid related museums. On top of that, Johannesburg is home to some incredible local markets. 

    Johannesburg Summary

    • Flights: $700+ per person
    • Hotels: $50-$200 per night
    • Food: $15+ per day
    • Average Vacation Cost: $100 per day

    3 Essential Travel Accessories

    Before you take off to your cheap travel destination, make sure you have everything you need. Here are our top 3 must-have travel accessories:

    1. The Voyager Backpack

    Voyager Camera Backpack

    Travel is in this backpack’s name. It’s a 31L camera backpack, making it versatile for any type of trip.

    This backpack packs a serious amount of gear for its size, fitting two DSLR cameras, up to seven lenses, a laptop, a tablet, and other accessories. If you’re not a travel photographer, you can also easily fit plenty of clothes and other travel gear.

    You’ll even have quick access during your travels. The Voyager has multiple access points to equipment with both rear access, side access, and a top pocket for your convenience. Having side access as the primary bag opening keeps your equipment safe and close to you.

    And on top of all that, it’s size and weight easily qualify for carry on, regardless of the country or airline company. No doubt, this is one of the best camera bags for travel. 

    2. Power Bank

    Being able to charge your camera, phone, or other electronic devices on the go is a huge plus while traveling. Luckily, this power bank provides you with 2 USB ports, as well as two other ports for phones, tablets, laptops and more. 

    Believe it or not, this power bank has the ability to charge your phone 5-7 times before needing to be recharged!

    3. Silk Face Mask

    Even with the grip of the pandemic fading, it’s still good to be cautious. Why not stay extra cautious and comfy with this super soft, safe face mask?


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    Now that you know all about the best and cheapest places to travel in the world, it's time to start planning your trip. Let us know in the comments where you plan on going next!

    If you're a photographer, you'll want to learn some travel photography tips. And, if you're worried about packing, why not explore the best carry-on backpacks for travel?

    Either way, we've got you covered!

     

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