Traveling alone is rather adventurous and becomes more thrilling if you are visiting a country where you haven’t been before. It is not only fascinating to look at all the glamor of the different countries, meet new people, explore some interesting places to visit, get into some adventure sports, explore new cultures and practice them but it is also an investment that is worth all the money. Besides, money and time spent on yourself is never wasted. It always pays you back in one way or the other. One can learn a lot when you are meeting people who are from a different culture and you learn that the way you spend your life is so different from that of the country that you are in at the moment.
But all of this shouldn’t be too expensive. There are ways to cut the cost of traveling to a different country if you budget your visit wisely. Apart from that, many countries are not too expensive to visit and live in. You can have a look at different activities and other facts about the people of these amazing places using Spectrum TV and the Spectrum Select channels that provide very useful information for travel enthusiasts. These are some countries that will not be too expensive for you if you want to visit them:
For people who are interested in discovering and exploring the Pyramids, get up and close with the archaeological sites and history of Egypt. You can explore the Great Sphinx of Giza, the Abu Simbel Temples, the Valley of the Kings and many other historical places in Egypt. Even if you have a tight budget to deal with, you can get a full guided tour from Luxor to the Valley of the Kings. You can spend a few hours tasting some local sweets and hot drinks at a teahouse located in Cairo. Also, you can go for a three-night cruise from Aswan to Luxor or grab movie tickets where you can get sleep, get some amazing clicks of the temples and monuments located on the coast, or even go for snorkeling in the Nile.
If you are someone who loves to visit Europe or any of the European countries on the Northern side, you can always look for Denmark as an option. The best way to do so is to postpone your plan to visit the country in the summer and spring as there are many tourists visiting this part of the world and the flights and accommodation prices are sky high during this time. While you are in Denmark you can save money on food by looking for bakeries and not pay for expensive meals at hotels and touristy restaurants. Bakeries in Denmark offer Wienerbrød or Danis pastries, Smørrebrød and many other cuisine that are popular in Denmark. Also, the place has some affordable places to visit as well. You can look at the changing ceremony of guards at the Amalienborg Castle, the Hans Christian Andersen’s grave located at Assistens Cemetery, or walk through the gardens of Rosenberg Castle.
Nepal is cheap unless you want to go trekking up to Mount Everest, which is very expensive. If you love to go on hiking or trekking adventures, you can go for the 11-day hike at the Langtang Valley. Also, keep in mind that Nepal is also a dangerous place to visit if in mid-June and September as the place gets hit by potential floods and a lot of rain and sometimes there are dangerous landslides that block trails for hikers. Also, the place gets all misty and cloudy during this time and you might not be able to get an adequate view of the mountains. So the best time to visit Nepal is from September to November and the prices are relatively low.
Traveling and having a time of your life shouldn’t be expensive and too pricey at all. You can do so by planning your trip carefully and by keeping your budget in mind. Apart from that, you should also make sure that you have gone through the traditions and customs of the locals living in your vacation spot so that you do not end up violating their cultural heritage or be disrespectful to them.
About Caroline Eastman:
Caroline is doing her graduation in IT from the University of South California but keens to work as a freelance blogger. She loves to write on the latest information about IoT, technology, and business. She has innovative ideas and shares her experience with her readers.