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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

12 Countries to Travel on a Student Budget


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The holidays has come. During all the year students were studying, didn`t have enough food and sleep. At last, they passed their exams and felt tired and exhausted. That is why students need to have a rest. As experts tell, the best way to relax - is to travel to another country and leave all academic queries to birdie paper writer. However, you may be curious how to find the cheap trips for college students.

Thus, we have gathered 12 best places for college students to travel:


1. Indonesia

With extremely inexpensive local food and reasonably priced accommodation, it’s no wonder Indonesia is a popular destination among other places for college students to travel.

Suggested daily budget – 400,000-670,000 / 30-50 USD (Note: This is a suggested budget assuming you’re staying in a hostel, eating out at the cheap markets and street stalls, keeping your drinking down, not taking expensive tours, and using local transportation. However, if you stay in fancier accommodation or eat out more often, expect your number to be oдва типи перевірки..однаn the higher (or far above it).)

Dive in the Gili Islands – For a true sense of an island paradise, head to the Gili Islands. You won’t find any cars on these islands; bike travel or horse and cart are the ways to see all that Gili has to offer. You’ll find excellent scuba and snorkel facilities, as well as nightlife, on the party island of Gili Trawangan. A single-tank dive will cost around 500,000 IDR. 


2. Cambodia

Cambodia is one of the cheapest countries. It is a corrupt country with poor history, but it’s filled with some of the friendliest people. The prices are affordable to explore the nature, historical sites, and monuments of Cambodia.

Note: Cambodia uses USD. There’s no real need to carry the local currency, Cambodian Riels (KHR) unless you are paying for tiny things on the street, but for the most part, use USD.

Suggested daily budget – $25 USD

Angkor Wat – The temple ruins are massive, and you’ll need a few days to explore all of them. Includes forested area, it contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire. There are countless sculptural decorations that it wouldn't be enough one day to overview them.

http://www.cambodia-hotels.com/


3. Nepal

The official currency is the Nepalese rupee, which is pegged to the Indian rupee at a rate of 1.6 Nepali rupees to 1 Indian rupee. However, Indian rupee notes worth more than 100 are prohibited in Nepal, although some local non-government establishments will accept them.

Suggested daily budget - 25-30 USD

Mahabharata Range - a prominent foothill ranges across the country from east to west except for narrow transecting canyons, with elevations ascending up to 3,000m (10,000 ft). Steep southern slopes are a no man's land between lowland and Pahari (hill) cultures and languages, which begin along the crest and gentler northern slopes. Given clear skies, there are panoramic views of high Himalaya from almost anywhere on the crest. It is a perfect chance to explore cheap places to travel for college students.


4. Peru

This country awakes unfulfilled dreams. You should savor its exquisite food, enjoy its unbelievably art and explore the archaeological monuments of its ancient cultures.

Suggested daily budget – 100-170 PEN / $30-50 USD

Machu Picchu – This legendary “lost city of the Incas.” It`s magical and mysterious place. The citadel in the sky was built at the height of the Inca Empire in the 1400s. Its giant walls, terraces, and ramps seem as if they have been cut naturally in the continuous rock escarpments. The natural setting, on the eastern slopes of the Andes, encompasses the upper Amazon basin with its rich diversity of flora and fauna.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/south-america/peru/articles/Machu-Picchu-Trip-of-a-Lifetime/



5. Bulgaria

Everything about this country was a win. The country has a long history, and its location has ensured that is has been a gateway for European and Turkish culture. It’s a regional melting pot.

Suggested daily budget – 65-85 BGN / 35-45 USD

Veliko Tarnovo – Once the capital of the medieval Bulgarian Empire, Veliko Tarnovo is now a charming university town located in the mountains. This quiet little town has a beautiful castle, nearby hiking trails, and monasteries worth exploring. It was one of the highlights of my visit to Bulgaria.



6. Ecuador

Ecuador is nestled between Colombia and Peru on the Pacific side of South America. The country’s capital, Quito, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fun and worthwhile city.

Suggested daily budget – 30-35 USD

Baсos – This small town lies high in the Andes and on the hillside of Ecuador’s most active volcano, Tungurahua. Besides the fantastic volcano treks, visitors also flock to Baсos to experience the healing powers of its hot springs and to give thanks for miracles performed at the Church of the Virgin of the Holy Water. 


7. Guatemala

There are dozens of historical sites to explore in this country, but there are other charms here as well, such as the colonial city of Antigua, the lively market of Chichicastenango, the incredible ancient ruins of Tikal, and many awesome volcanoes and lakes.

Suggested daily budget – 225-260 GTQ / $30-35 USD

Yaxha Mayan Ruins – If the Tikal ruins are too “commercialized” for you, then consider the more secluded Yaxha ruins. The trail takes you through the jungle before you come to the Mayan complexes. Although smaller than Tikal, these ruins are less crowded, and you can spend time more looking at ancient drawings and intricately carved hieroglyphs. Admission is around 15 GTQ per person.


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8. Czech Republic

It’s been populated for thousands of years and is a land dotted with castles, medieval towns, beautiful mountains, ancient ruins, and world-class wineries.

Suggested daily budget – 1,025-1,285 CZK/39-50 USD

Karlstejn castle – Everyone wants to have their very own fairytale, and this castle is a great stop during your tour of the country, just a quick train ride from Prague. Admission is 270 CZK for adults, with discounts available for students, seniors, and families.


9. Mexico

The third largest country in Latin America. There inhabit subsistence farmers, with a limited middle class wedged between an elite cadre of landowners and investors on the one hand and masses of rural and urban poor on other.

Suggested daily budget – 830 MXN / $40 USD

Chichen Itza – Chichen Itza is a large Mayan archaeological site located in the north of the Yucatan Peninsula. This name means “at the mouth of the well of Itza.” It is the 2nd most visited archeological site in Mexico. Following the conquest of Yucatan, a new style blending the Maya and Toltec traditions developed, symbolizing the phenomenon of acculturation. That`s why u can feel the combination of two cultures and traditions in the one temple.



10. Laos

Here you’ll find a landlocked country steeped in nature, food, history, and Buddhism. Laos is going through growing pains as it finally enters the world community.

Suggested daily budget – 200,000-280,000 LAK (25-35 USD)

Great Stupa (Pha That Luang) – This huge gold-covered stupa is in Vientiane and is the greatest monument in the nation. It has a long history and conveys the Buddhist doctrine throughout. You can admire the stupa from outside for free (which is what most people do). If you want to enter, admission is 5,000 LAK.



11. Morocco

Morocco is intense. It’s chaotic. It’s colorful. It’s fragrant. It’s an in your face sensory overload that travelers either love or hate. My time around the country was challenging, but it was a reminder that the best part of travel is learning to be comfortable being uncomfortable.

Suggested daily budget – 400-600 MAD / 40 – 60 USD

Marrakesh – Spend some time in the Djemaa el-Fna (“Assembly of the Dead”), where you can find exotic street performers of varying talents including snake charmers, monkey owners, tattoo artists, musicians, and chefs. After that, wander around the medina, explore the souks, eat in the market, see the old city, and enjoy Morocco’s most international city. 


12. Greece

Greece is not only beautiful with its ocean landscapes, distinct architecture, and delectable food, but it’s also incredibly affordable. Things cost half what they do in other parts of Europe. Suggested daily budget – 40-60 EUR / 42-63 USD

Rideshare – If you’re flexible in your schedule, use the ridesharing service BlaBlaCar and catch rides with locals between cities (or countries). Drivers are verified, and it’s perfectly safe (though sometimes rides don’t show up, which is why you need to be flexible).


That`s how you can plan cheap vacations for college students. Here you can discover best ways on how to travel on a student's budget.



Author’s bio: 

Helen Birk is a famous editor and writer of short stories from Connecticut. Young by nature, Helen loves to travel, explore the new places, meet the new people, help the students and live her life to the fullest. As an experienced author, Helen Birk is always glad to share her knowledge and experience with the students and young writers.

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1 comment:

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