10 cheap paradises worth visiting
For all those who are tired of working life and everyday fuss, we have prepared this post. Let these pictures with their rich colors warm your soul and brighten up the expectation of the upcoming vacation at sea, because it surely will be very, very soon !!!
Avarua, Cook Islands
Formally, these islands are part of New Zealand, but from this archipelago they are located in 2008 km northeast. Local tropical beaches are not inferior to the Maldivian or Seychelles, only housing here can be rented for $ 130 per month.
The locals are Polynesian aborigines, and they are not at all spoiled by tourists.
In the year here comes no more than 100 thousand foreigners. For comparison: Hawaii attracts 8 million tourists a year.
What can I do? Watch whales, go hiking, enjoy the incredible scenery.
So what's the catch? Foreigners can not buy property on the island. But can rent it for 60 years. To become a full-fledged citizen of this planet, you will have to live here for several years and get special permission from the authorities.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
This fabulous town is located in the Czech province of Bohemia. The whole city is like one huge medieval castle. All the streets in it are paved. It regularly hosts fairs in the Renaissance style, as well as the incomparable Rose Festival. A three-course dinner for two here all year round costs $ 20, and an apartment can be rented for $ 400 a month. And here there is the Vltava River - an ideal platform for lovers of rafting. The only hitch is that for a normal life, you have to learn a little Czech at least here.
Co Tonsai, Cambodia
This is a small island in the south of Cambodia. A paradise of jungles and beaches. Almost no one lives here, except for a few fishing families. So it will be possible to find a suitable bungalow for ridiculous money. Here you can relax on the beach or explore a local cave in the jungle. For five bucks, local fishermen will cook a delicious dinner from a crab caught by them right in front of you. And any other seafood here are a dollar or two.
What is the catch? Well, this is not a “childish” clean beach island, where you will lie under an umbrella for days on end. Wild local beach sometimes adorn flocks of stray dogs or other forest dwellers. But only here you can feel how far you are from civilization.
Right in the middle of Mexico is the cool culturally developed city of Guanajuato. An excellent apartment here can be rented for $ 150-200 per month, a glass of beer in a bar costs less than $ 1, and a movie ticket costs a measly $ 3.
About his experience of living here, Ray Bradbury wrote the story "The next in line." It also hosts the famous festival of arts called Cervantino. He was named after the author of the novel about Don Quixote.
Pearl Islands, Panama
30 kilometers west of mainland Panama lies an amazing archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. Once here a huge amount of pearls was mined. There was a time when the most powerful pirates were hiding from the authorities on these islands. Now this place is a haven of magnificent resorts for the locals.
You can rent a house by the sea for only $ 300 a month. An ideal place for voluntary exile.
By the way, three seasons of the series “Lost” were filmed here. So the places in terms of picturesque - one of the most impressive on the planet.
Beaches Agonda, Goa, India
The southern part of the coast of Goa is a place that allows you to ride elephants right on the beach. Here you can buy a bottle of wine for $ 0.5, get a haircut for $ 0.6, and remove a shack by the sea for $ 120 a month. Seriously, what else do you need?
This part of Goa is quite deserted, and the locals are not as spoiled by tourists as in another part of the Indian coast. And in Agonda there are almost no hippies with their goofy plastic glasses. But there are a large number of temples and places for yoga.
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
This place is located in the valley of the river of the same name in northern Bulgaria. This is the best Riviera on the Black Sea coast. It is as beautiful as in France, but a bottle of beer costs only $ 0.8. The population is only 200 thousand people.
Interestingly, this city has seen ups and downs of at least half a dozen world empires. And an apartment here can be rented for as little as $ 200 per month. The only drawback is the relatively poorly developed infrastructure.
Ho Kok Beach, Vietnam
Southeast coast of Vietnam is famous for the fact that it is 11 thousand hectares of tropical forest. And this is perhaps the best place in Asia for diving and underwater hunting: here passes a huge barrier reef. And here it is free from tourists even on weekends.
Therefore, housing here can be found for $ 150-200 per month. True, we will have to live in close contact with the locals. Get ready to share beach places with you.
Ksamil Beach, Albania
The southern tip of Albania is an ideal place for a quiet life. Near a small town and national park Butrint. Climate - Mediterranean, local products - olive oil and tangerines. Unlike neighboring Greece, Italy or even Croatia, it is very cheap here: beer costs 90 cents per bottle, housing - $ 100-120 per month.
Eat seafood (30 types of fish are sold here, the average cost of food in a cafe is $ 6), drink cheap wine ($ 6 per bottle), ride catamarans and find that there will be no more tourists here in five years.
Las Trancas, Chile
Here are some of the best mountain slopes in South America. Andes after all. Skiing is possible all year round, and renting a property will cost only $ 300 per month. Rich tourists live on the slopes of the mountains, and experienced - in the villages at the foot of them.
Only one problem: it is almost always winter here. But someone loves her, right?