We are just a few days away from Christmas, and some people would want to spend the holidays away from home. Most people worry that going on a vacation, especially during the holiday season, would be very costly. Actually, that's not always the case. You can still go on a vacation, even if you're on a budget.
Liligo is a website that shows a map of the cheapest last-minute travel destinations across the globe. It's "Where To Go?" feature is a big help because it allows you to put in your budget, departure city, travel dates and preferred climate.
The website shared flight deals which are going down between Christmas and New Years. If it's white Christmas that you want, you can enjoy a winter wonderland by heading to Toronto for less than $300. However, if cold weather is something that you would like to avoid, you can opt to go to the sunny Bahamas.
According to Express, Egypt could also be a great option if you want to enjoy the winter sun. The region's local currency has been dismal, so the exchange rate is very low. Flights to Sharm el-Sheikh are still banned, but the rest of the country has a lot to offer to travelers.
Argentina, Venezuela, and Mexico are travel destinations that are also budget friendly. These countries offer warmth and sunshine to those trying to escape the cold winter.
You may also want to add Cambodia to your bucket list. The country is very popular among backpackers and holidaymakers who are looking for a five-star luxury without the price tag. Other Asian countries like Vietnam and India also offer travel packages that are budget-friendly.
If you want to go to Europe, you may want to visit Hungary. Although it's not quite as cheap as it was before the budget airlines got there, prices here will leave plenty of cash in your pocket to enjoy local food.
Japan, specifically Kyoto, offers travelers a lot of scenic views and landmarks, like their famed temples. The city is less expensive and less crowded compared to Tokyo, and for just about $10, you can rent a bike and tour the entire city.
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