When local destinations no longer appeal to you, you long to travel abroad. But the very thought of having to spend lot of money puts the wish on the backburner. We think we cannot afford an international vacation. But the truth is it’s possible to travel to exotic locales on a budget.
That should lift your spirits if you recently got married or are getting married shortly. There are ways you can visit your favorite destination without compromising on the good things and paying the price of a limb.
Here are some destinations that you can visit at your budget.
- Greece –
Greece is Greece on your list? Then get ready to drop by those often-heard of beaches that will fit into your budget. The idea here is to visit only a few to make the most of it. You don’t want to hop from one to the other wasting time waiting for ferries or travelling in them. Just let the experts pick for you. Go there in May, June and early July or wait until September, October.
- Mauritius –
If you like beaches you will like Mauritius. You have seen it often in movies. The breathtaking scenery, colourful coastline, warm hospitality and adventure activities will reward you. Of the places to visit, the Grand Bay and Pereybère are made for meandering. There are loads of stoppage points for shopping excursions, dining and clubbing. Or else, visit the old-world Balaclava Ruins to discover its antiquity.
- Egypt –
This is another place that comes up often in the list of must-see sites. Egypt is an ancient country. The land of the Pharaohs beckons almost every adventure traveller and patron of ancient world history to explore all that it offers. Egypt has numerous pyramids, museums, and hotspots for adventure lovers. You can sprawl out on the shores of the Nile or hop on to one of the cruises for a joy ride. With your partner, witness time travel as you soak up the culture and history instead of the ample sunlight available in this part of the world.
- Bali –
Bali has become one of the hottest destinations for honeymooners and rightly so. While, the majority of its population comprises the Hindus and Muslims, this island welcomes people from all corners of the world. This all-embracing place is known for its sheer affluence in the realm of almost everything that makes for an ideal holiday destination, including yoga; and it also explains why many foreign visitors have made Bali their new home! Serenading beaches, beautiful temples and stunning resorts are here to make your honeymoon a memory worth cherishing.