Wednesday, April 14, 2010

The World's Cheapest Destinations

Two decorated elephants at Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Jaipur, Rajasthan, India (© PhotosIndia com/age fotostock)

World's Cheapest Destinations: India

No matter where you travel around the world, big cities and popular tourist attractions are likely to be expensive. But if you don’t mind skipping the lap of luxury, you can visit an exotic location for very little money.

The most expensive part of a trip to India is getting there. After that, costs are stunningly low. On average, a traveler’s daily expenses are lower than anywhere else in the world. A beer will cost about $1.25, a budget hotel room $10 or less, a meal $2 and a cup of tea literally pennies. With incredible scenery, history and culture, plus a wide variety of attractions, India is our top recommendation for travel on the cheap.

Text by Amy Swanson, Bing Travel; photo editing by Connie Ricca.

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