Travelling to a new country can be one of the most exhilarating experiences of your life. You can navigate through mountainous terrain, experience new culture, stay in luxurious Bali villas, and make so many new friends. However, if you’re on a budget, you may be setting your sights on those more affordable tourist hot spots. If you want better bang for your buck, here’s where to go.
South America is becoming more popular with tourists every year, with Chile proving to be a real hot spot as well. You get to enjoy palm tree-lined beaches, spectacular views of the Andes if you make your way to Santiago and vibrant food. The most significant benefit of visiting Chile, however, is the cost.
Even the most luxurious accommodation is a fraction of the price of what you would pay elsewhere, yet you have a range of tourist attractions and historical locations right on your doorstep. What’s more, one Australian dollar equates to 479 Peso. Comparing this into entertainment terms, you can enjoy a hearty and authentic meal for less than ten Australian dollars.
If you’re excited about heading off the beaten track a little bit, then Morocco is well worth adding to the top of your travel list. Located in North Africa, it’s a vibrant, exciting and very cultural country with eclectic mixes of Arabian, European, and Berber influences.
When you go to Morocco, there is so much to see, do and experience. You can visit the Royal Fort overlooking a body of water or check out many of the marketplaces selling pottery, ceramics, jewellery and even lanterns. What’s more, it’s very affordable to visit. One average dinner costs around 3 Moroccan dirham, which equates to a little over four Australian dollars.