6 Countries You Can Visit for Less Than $50 A Day

Written by Ashley Casey

Who doesn’t like the feeling of going on a nice, relaxing vacation? The trouble is, most of the top destinations all around the world can get very expensive, even just for short stays and minimal extra expenditures.

Instead of opting out of vacationing all together to not blow through your savings, you might consider some of the best places to visit that aren’t going to cost you an arm and a leg to visit. Below you will find a list of the top 6 countries that you can visit for less than $50 a day.



Fiji is chock full of great sights and once-in-a-lifetime experiences for you and your entire family.

With all of its temple ruins and islands within close proximity, you can spend several weeks here and not have to see the same things twice.

What surprised my family the most was the prices here. As a group that can really put the food away and want to see every attraction, we didn’t even collectively spend half of what we thought we would.



Much like every other country that will be included on this short list, Cambodia has a lot of sightseeing and culture experiences that will provide a truly memorable vacation.

It was only recently that Cambodia began to become the tourist destination that it is.

This means that you are getting see all of the ancient ruins, temples and other attractions for much less than 50 dollars per day.



While there are many landmarks and tourist attractions in the densely populated areas of Peru, the bulk of their tourism comes from its natural landscape features.

Hikers, climbers and spelunkers flock to this lush land to see the beautiful features carved into the earth.

But perhaps its biggest attraction is the price, offering you all that the country has to offer for a price that is too good to turn down.



Portugal is another country that is trying to boost its tourism rates. With a lot of attractions, both natural and designed, this country has quite a lot to offer the would-be traveler.

Old cathedrals and castles tend to take center stage for those looking to educate themselves on Portugal’s history while they visit.

Additionally, for the average cost of per day travel expenses far below 50 dollars, you might also be able to check out some of the attractions in neighboring Spain within the same trip.


This country is perhaps the most impressive on the list, still averaging below 50 dollars a day per your visit. If you are looking to get a glimpse of life hundreds (or even thousands) of years ago, China is an excellent country to do this.

Home to one of the 7 wonders of the world, this country in Asia has quite a lot of attractions for a very reasonable price.

You can see the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City and hundreds of other one-of-a-kind places/experiences that will leave you in awe.

For the low costs and accessible accommodations with transportation, you will find that China is fairly easy to get around as well.

South Korea

Of all of the countries on the list, South Korea was saved for last for a reason. There are budgetary plans that you can adhere to for this trip (if you know where and how to plan it out) where it can be all inclusive for around 25 dollars a day.

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This skimps on nothing for the trip, and includes authentic dining experiences (most which sit around or under $5), tours, sightseeing excursions, plush accommodations and more.

You can save the most when you find a hotel around Seoul or Busan, as these are more densely populated areas of the country.

While there are plenty of places that you can take a vacation, not all of them are going to be as cost-effective as the countries listed above.

Don’t skimp out on the culture and the fun to save some of your money, instead take full advantage of these 6 countries that you can visit for less than $50 a day.

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Ashley Casey

Greetings! I’m Ashley Casey, your personal guide to the world of nature. Let me help you find the true value of the nature around you. Get ready to our journey to the world of wild nature and remember that the journey will never end! Enjoy reading my posts.

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