One of the top, cheapest places to travel to is that of Thailand. You can experience great culture, fine cuisine and make many memories that will last you a lifetime. Whether you’re planning to go alone, or take your family with you, there is no way that you could run out of things to do on your trip. A lot of people choose here as their retirement destination, and they live here year round. Another interesting thing about Thailand is that, believe it or not, English is the primary language. So, while you will have the chance to learn the native tongue, you don’t have to worry too much about whether you will be understood.
This tropical region comes highly recommended by those who have previously been there. There is so much to do that there is probably no way you could experience it all in one trip. As one of the most inexpensive places to visit, and with so much to do, youare guaranteed to have a good time here. From active volcanoes to explore, as well as beautiful beaches and more, you should already consider your to do list here, very extensive! People here speak Filipino, a language based on Tagalog, however English is widely spoken, especially in Manila, the capital and Quezon City. Being an archipelago, you will need to travel by boat if you intend to explore the entire country.
Last on our list is Ecuador, though there are still many other places that you could go to around the world that are very cheap to visit, or even to live. Here you have the opportunity to cheaply experience a unique and, very rich, culture as well as experience many other things. Ecuador offers many exciting activities that you could indulge in such as rafting, trekking, horseback riding, and diving as well. All of things can prove to very fun and exciting, and best of all considerably cheap.
These three locations are only the tip of the iceberg when talking of some of the cheapest places to visit. Some more of these places would include Argentina, Costa Rica, Central America and even Eastern Europe as well. The world is a vast, exciting place and if you have the chance to explore it in a way that is easy on your wallet, you should definitely take it!