There are a lot of reasons why people travel. Whether you’re traveling alone or with family or friends, you need to note some Cities who offers lesser accommodations, foods and transportation. Try adding these Cities on next trip.
If you have visited Tunisia before, it will get you back this time around, low costs of everything lures travelers to come back, but for an advise, during the terrorist attack last March, tourists are prohibited to even get near the ever Bardo museum and the Parliament building situated in Tunis. Before going, ask your locality of the restricted places to visit so you won’t ruin your itinerary.
South Africa is popular nowadays as one of the cheapest place of destination, one seen reason is currency fluctuation. You can again enjoy wild life watching inexpensive, bargain public transport and FREE entry to most of the country’s museum.
ShanghaiThis is the most famous coastal City in China. Can you imagine a dorm with almost $10.00 and it doesn’t change unless you want to stay in one of the internationally popular hotels and use trendy botique. I consider local accommodation to get the real feel of the place (if it makes sense with you). Same story with going out for meals, unless you want internationally popular restos, you won’t be able to appreciate the local restaurants who offers the same dish (actually noodle recipes) with less costs.
Yes, that tropical paradise so described. Low transportation costs, low beach hut accommodation managed by local families and add the virgin beaches around.
Besides the beautiful place, tourists are attracted to reasonable cost of foods and transportation as well. I will go back to Bali for the refreshing popular Balinese spa.
Into South America. I enjoy their sizzling steaks and the beaches too. I can tell you, there’s no need to wait for off-peak season here, everything stays steady. Peak season doesn’t change the prices of accommodations and foods.
There are a lot more places that are said to be cheap because of it’s own reasons. We will get you more on next articles.
It’s that time of year again, when the days are getting colder, the nights are getting shorter, and people’s thoughts are turning to their next summer holiday. As a longstanding member of a group of party animals, I’ll be heading to Magaluf again this year.
Having done the rounds of Malia, Ayia Napa and all the other usual suspects in the past, my particular group still likes to return to the motherlode every now and then, to make sure that everything is still as it should be.
Magaluf Events Are Simply the Best
The main reason we head back to Mallorca’s premier party destination on a regular basis is due to the fact that there is just so much to see and do in this fantastic resort, and most of the entertainment is laid on for you. All you need to do is to turn up and be ready to have a good time.
Out of all the events that are held in the resort, the following three are among our favourites.
1 – All-Day Booze Cruises – Spending the day on a boat getting wasted may not be everybody’s idea of fun but we have never failed to have a good time on the booze cruises we have been a part of. Ticket prices include as much alcohol as you can consume: something which always seems to help create an atmosphere of friendly mayhem that we just love.
2 – Beach Parties at Full Moon – If you don’t fancy taking to the sea, you can do the next best thing and go to a full moon party right by it, on the beach. Although the monthly parties are now very much a part of the folklore of Magaluf events, full moon parties actually originated in Thailand, where they are still held, on the island of Ko Pha Ngan.
3 – Clubbing Nights – A holiday in Magaluf would not be complete without a few visits to the massive clubs that dominate the nightlife scene there. If you are feeling a bit nervous about the prospect of going to one of these behemoths, a guided crawl of the local bars beforehand and special tickets to the club in question are sure to help ease your worries.
There are many other events from which to choose when staying in this part of Mallorca but the above three are always at the top of our to do list.