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5 Cheapest Countries To Travel 

By Shola-Adido Oladotun
21 March 2022   |   12:00 pm
Have you ever heard the popular saying, “you only live once”? Life is too short for you not to enjoy it to the fullest, which is why you need to make every moment count. It is perfectly normal if you decide to take a break from work to spend more time with your family, do…

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Have you ever heard the popular saying, “you only live once”? Life is too short for you not to enjoy it to the fullest, which is why you need to make every moment count. It is perfectly normal if you decide to take a break from work to spend more time with your family, do a bit of self-discovery, and most importantly, travel around the world.

Travelling around the world is among the best ways to enjoy one’s life because it provides the opportunity to explore the various cultures and traditions of people in different countries. However, the expensive cost of accommodation and feeding often discourages many Nigerians from packing their bags, getting on a plane, and going on a world tour.

Contrary to popular belief, travelling to different countries isn’t expensive if you have the right information. This is why in the article, we listed five budget-friendly countries to consider when you next decide to take a holiday.

Brazil

There is a reason tourists flock to this beautiful country in South America. From the sunny and Instagram-worthy beaches to the educational, artistic, and historical sites, Brazil proves to have it all. Ranking as the fifth largest country in the world, Brazil is filled with different travel destinations that will leave you speechless.

The living cost in Brazil for tourists varies, with the lowest daily estimate being N8,400 when converted to Naira. So, if you are to spend at least a week in Brazil, it will cost you nothing less than N58,192.

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Indonesia

A tourist attraction, Indonesia is widely known for the many islands that exist in the country. If the enchanting beauty of the Raja Ampat Island isn’t enough to get you to book a flight to the country, then be sure to marvel at the masterpiece called the Lawang Sewu building. The lowest daily living cost for this country is N10,500, which translates to N64,500 for an entire week of basking in nature’s goodness.

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Georgia

Why go to Europe or Asia when you could visit a country at the intersection of both continents? Full of diverse and cultural heritage, Georgia showcases various wildlife animals and proudly exhibits a unique environmental scenery. The lowest daily estimate of living in Georgia is similar to Brazil’s N8,400.

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Nepal

Another beautiful Asian country on our list. When it comes to describing Nepal, one might as well call it the country of adventures. Nepal does not only have a peaceful scenery; it has the Annapurna Region, which helps you burn those calories through trekking. And don’t get us started on the Chitwan National Park, a great site for wildlife viewing. Similar to both Brazil and Georgia, the lowest daily cost of living is N8,400.