Stephen Stepaniuk shares four of the cheapest places to travel in 2019

2019Everyone likes taking a vacation once in a while to break the monotonous of doing the same thing throughout the year and from the same place. However, it is not everyone who will afford to pay for these trips and therefore you might miss out visiting your favorite destination despite having the time and willingness to travel. The big question is, have you ever thought of places that you can travel to and spend as little as $10 in a day? Well, be prepared to travel the come the year 2019 to these cheap destinations across the world. Be ready to have a real adventure that is not only full of fun but is also affordable.

  1. Iran

Very few people know the beauty of Iran because Iran is one of the countries that are highly overlooked by many tourists. This is a big mistake because in this country, people tend to be friendly and others will even invite you to their homes so that you won’t have to pay for accommodation. It is also one of the cheapest countries to visit apart from enjoying things such as elegant Islamic artwork, beautiful people, great hospitality and fun moments from the island of Hormuz. If you are thinking of a place where your safety is a priority and enjoy good hospitality, then Iran should be your travel destination in the year 2019.

  1. Nicaragua

Talk of becoming a backpacker in Nicaragua whereby you will enjoy seeing the great volcanic peaks, jungle treks, fun in crazy parties and enjoy Mayan site sceneries. According to Stephen Stepaniuk, who is a travel consultant, Nicaragua is one places that you should visit when you are aspiring to have a tour in Central America. The good thing about Nicaragua is that it is safe, easy to navigate and everyone has something to have fun with. Your budget when visiting this place would be so low because you can secure a meal for less than a dollar especially if you try street food and also pay for a bed for as low as $10. Having fun on the beaches is entirely free, and beer is very cheap. Comparing the neighboring states such as Panama, Costa Rica and Belize, Nicaragua is the cheapest and the best place to be in Central America come 2019.

  1. Cambodia

Have ever thought of buying beer for less than 50 cents? If your answer is no, then starting thinking about it now and plan a trip to Cambodia because it is one of the cheapest places you can travel in the world. Many people who are planning a trip to Asian countries should consider going to Cambodia as the last destination because you won’t need a lot of money to sustain yourself in this country. Stephen Stepaniuk says that you will not only have a cheap trip but will also be safe and have fun from their gorgeous beaches, the great Angkor Wat and the steamy jungle.

  1. Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe serves as a scapegoat for people who are running from the standardized backpacking route in Western Europe. Most recreational facilities and other services that you may require as a traveler are much cheaper in Eastern Europe as compared to most Euro countries. For instance, you will find that the price of beer is as low as the price of bottled water. Accommodation can also be as low as $10 and a bus ride less than $10 per ride. Apart from having friendly people in most Eastern Europe countries, you can be sure you will enjoy their colorful traditions, the frozen cities, and fun parties. All this fun comes at an affordable price.

It is not how much you have in your bank account or don’t have that will determine whether you will have fun in the year 2019 or not but your willingness to follow these recommendations can change your traveling aspirations. Know what you want before choosing your destination and if you are not sure on how to make a wise decision, consider working with a travel consultant who will direct you on the way forward.

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