For the travel buffs, roaming around in new cities is always like a dream. And yes, undoubtedly, it is a great feeling to be bitten by the travel bug, but it always comes with a price.

Whenever you plan a tour, you have to save a good amount of money before actually experiencing the joy of traveling. Sometimes, people may be discouraged from going on their next trip, unfortunately, because travel is always perceived to be costly.


Team FAYVO has shared the most effective tips for travelers a few days back but traveling smart is the number one tip. Another essential thing is to find budget-friendly destinations. For that, we might have a lot of questions in mind.

  • How to travel more and worry less?
  • Which countries in the world offer the most value at low rates?
  • Where can you travel to in 2022 that allows you to stay for longer, enjoy a luxurious stay, and save more money?

We are here to answer them all.

From finding breathtaking places to mysterious spots around the world, today, we have a list of low-cost countries where you can enjoy without emptying your pockets.

So, let’s get started:





If you are looking for a cheap destination in the Caribbean, then Cuba should be your go-to place. Whether you are planning to travel alone or with your family, this one will have a richer experience at a lower cost. Cuba has beautiful beaches, a distinctive Spanish and Caribbean vibe, courteous people, stunning landscapes, and tasty food. On your low budget, you get lots of entertainment. There you find Cuban people relaxing on virtually empty beaches, dancing in the streets, hiking tobacco fields, and celebrating in Havana (the capital of Cuba).





If you wish to have a relaxing vacation near a coastline, Bulgaria is for you. It is one of the most beautiful places in Europe, has phenomenal wine, retro-themed old towns, super friendly people, and a lovely coastline. When visiting there, you can stay in the hostel rooms of a 200-year-old building costing just below $20 per night. Surprisingly, the wine bottles don’t go past $8. If you have a wish to visit Europe, taste the best wine globally, meet fun people, then Bulgaria should be on the bucket list.





Mexico is an extraordinary country in North America where you can have fun without going bankrupt. The region offers extensive coastlines, unique traditions and culture, and world-class food. It’s one of those classic North American places where you can have delicious food and entertainment on your tour. Most tourists visit Mexico for its warm weather and beautiful beaches. In food, what you get for $1 is tacos mixed with $2 margaritas. Additionally, get friendly accommodation for under $30 a night.





Tourists can have the healthiest yet cheap street food in Vietnam. Enjoy a cup of coffee at $1 and a whole shank of pork for $1.50. The good news is that you can get a bike for rent and can go wherever you wish at a cost as low as $0.50 for a 2km ride.


South Africa:



South Africa is a seriously budget-friendly place to travel to. And amazingly, the exchange rate will make your money go a lot further. You can have fun in the urban wonderland of Cape Town, the world-class vineyards of the Cape Winelands, and the safaris of the bush. These activities make South Africa one of the most diverse and beautiful designations on the globe.





Most of us imagine Pacific Island destinations as very expensive ones because they have gorgeous resorts, food, and services. However, that’s not always the case. Fiji is one budget-friendly place, unlike its expensive island neighbors. While there are many $1,000-a-night resorts in the country, you can prefer to enjoy pristine beaches, world-class diving, yummy seafood, and friendly locals without having to mortgage your home.





In the list of countries giving tourists the best value for money, Greece would be there for sure. The reason is that it’s been on the Euro since 2002, so during the devaluation of the Euro in the past few years, Greece has become an extremely affordable place to visit. There, you can easily rent a modern 550 sq. ft. studio apartment that views the sea for $20 a night. Also, Greek foods are delicious, and you can enjoy seafood meals for below $8.