Cheapest Places You Can Travel To In 2019

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Look, we get it! Everyone wants to travel, and young people are no exception. But sometimes being young (or being a student) doesn’t allow us to because of all the costs. Well, now you don’t have to let costs stop you from seeing the world. If you are looking for the best and cheapest places to travel and explore while you’re young then you don’t have to look any further. These locations from all around the world are perfect for you to travel to without putting a huge dent in your wallet. Traveling on a budget is no longer a problem!

1.Ko Phi Phi, Thailand

Thailand is becoming an increasingly popular place for young people to travel to. Instead of dealing with the bustling streets of Bangkok, you can travel to the Phi Phi Islands and enjoy the white sand beaches and crystal clear water. Throw that in with beautiful greenery and mountainous terrain and you have an amazing trip for one of the cheapest places to travel.

2.Caye Caulker, Belize

This small island that is located off the coast of Belize is full of wildlife and an ocean with fantastic diving points to see the Belize Barrier Reef. For young people, there are plenty of opportunities for socializing and exploring.

3.Cusco, Peru

Yes, the former capital of the Inca Empire holds incredible ancient ruins to behold. Along with the beautiful ancient city, there are also some remains of the Spanish settlements that were created when the region was conquered. It is a great idea to visit Cusco while you are young and strong since you will need to hike the trails that you cannot access by car.

4.Cobán, Guatemala

This beautiful Guatemalan city is a nature lover’s dream come true. You can experience the beautiful natural waterfalls and caves amongst the lush city. This city is perfect for those who are trying to save money. There is so much to look at here that you could keep exploring forever. Here, you can create wonderful memories at an incredibly low price.

5.Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is often overlooked by people who are unfamiliar with the region. Hotels and daily expenses here are rather cheap, and recent building “booms” have created “hotels” that use empty apartments, giving travelers affordable access to high scale accommodations. The city is very walkable, and public transportation is cheap and reliable.