The new year 2020 is upon us yet again and many have ‘Travel More’ as one of their New Years Resolutions. The internet has done a great job in demystifying many parts of the world that we previously had no information about. It is now quick and easy to plan a trip all at your finger tips. Nairobi is a fantastic hub in East Africa boasting of amazing airline connections to allover the globe. In addition, most Kenyans will not find the cost of living in many tourist destinations that much different from that back home. Here are the some of the best value holidays for 2020.
East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the most popular tourist destinations common with the American and European travellers. The East Asian country boasts of some of the most famous beaches and resorts in Bali. It is exotic yet very affordable, managing to attract a large number of budget conscious tourists.
East Nusa Tenggara is often overlooked by the majority of tourists, these islands are home to pristine beaches and one of Indonesia’s best diving scene can be found on the Alor Archipelago. For those looking for a quieter and less crowded experience, this is the place to visit Close by is the Komodo island which is intentionally high priced to limit the number of tourists in order to protect the eponymous dragon population.
Among the most visited and renown sites in Central Europe, you will find Budapest to be very rewarding on your pocket which still giving you a memorable tourist experience. Check out the less visited thermal baths where for a few dollars you can get to wallow in the warm waters the city is famous for. It is also popular for buzzing wine bars, edgier ruin bars and the city’s renowned café culture. Don’t forget to visit the Keleti Station all absolutely free of charge.
Madhya Pradesh, India.
For the wild life lovers, there is wildlife spotting with a difference in this part of India. To start off, this wildlife adventure will cost you far less than an equivalent safari in Africa.
In Madhya Pradesh’s wildlife reserves, including Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve and Pench National Park, there’s lots to see beyond tigers; you might spy wild boar, spotted deer and langur monkeys. Much as you are not guaranteed to see all the big five animals just like in the Masai Mara and Serengeti of Africa, you should still be able to see a few species as the numbers recover.
Located South of the Russian capital Moscow, this little known country presents another unique destination still budget friendly for the accommodation, good and experiences on offer. Baku also hosts one of the Asian legs of the Formula One circuit, coinciding with its peak tourist season.
Baku with its Caspian Sea waterfront is home to ambitious architecture, fresh museums and a cosmopolitan air, energised by a growing global profile. Azerbaijan is also home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites namely the Walled City of Baku with Shirvanshah’s Palace and Maiden Tower, Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape, Historic Centre of Sheki with Khan’s Palace.
Tunisia is one of the crown jewels of North Africa and it is a good place to dip your toes into North Africa at a reasonable cost. Similar to Morocco and Egypt, it has made great efforts to win back visitors after the Arab spring meaning it offers terrific value for travellers.
Tunis Medina, the remains of the ancient Carthage and beachside suburb of Sidi Bou Said offer a contrast to beach delights. Not to forget the easily accessible Saharan dunes, where Luke Skywalker first stared at twin suns, and the country’s traditional Dar guesthouses, offering colorful and characterful accommodation.
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