Counting down the months until graduation you can’t help but to feel a mixture of emotions. Your leaving something that has been apart of your life for over four years. Walking across that stage and receiving that diploma forever shuts the door on that chapter of your life. Sadness soon gives way to excitement as you begin to start a whole new journey. However, before you commit yourself to that dream job or location, why not try exploring the world a bit? Here are some of the best cheap travel destinations after you graduate.
Booking a ticket on Spirit for only 1,000 dollars round trip this was one the greatest trips I ever took. The exchange rate in this country is insane, because you can afford to do everything and more! That includes gathering up your friends and hitting the countries gems like Machu Picchu, where you can hike the thousand-year-old Inca Trails. Also don’t forget about exploring the sandy beaches, or Lima, the capitol where you can find the tastiest foods.
Taking a trip to Indonesia will make you feel glamorous without having to have paid a not so glamorous price. Stepping out into the greenery of Bali, you can immerse yourself in the rich culture. Exploring resorts, you will find a ton of yoga classes, spas, and a whole array of food options. What is even better then all of that
For a price of only twelve dollars a night you can stay in a three-star hotel without risking over paying. If you want to upgrade to a five-star hotel the prices begin to grow to $130, but it is still cheap compared to other hotels.
My friend went on her post grad adventure here and she loved every minute of it. First, just by turning your head your in for an adventure. With lava fields, water falls, geysers, and more its hard to be bored of such a wide variety of scenery. Also don’t be afraid of spending a lot when exploring the sights it’s well worth the extra dollar.
Greece offers to all who travel to her the chance to not only historic ruins, but also the chance to soak up the sun on sandy white beaches. If laying on the beach isn’t your thing, why not try bird watching as Greece is home to numerous amount of vibrant bird species. Other activities can include renting bikes and cruising down streets and becoming more accustomed to your surroundings.
5. New Zealand
Haven’t quite settled on a job? Jump on a 24-hour flight to New Zealand, and spend a couple of weeks backpacking through the country. Stay in hostels, and ride touristic transport to experience the natural hot springs, glow worm caves, and geysers. Different companies will be happy to assist you on your journey.
6. New Orleans
Closer to home this option might be the most cost efficient if you’re on a tight budget. Known for their wild Mardi Gras parties, New Orleans also welcomes guests to try its cheap drinks and good southern food. With hotels only costing $20 a night, this trip could be good not only for you but your wallet too. This is one of the best cheap travel destinations!
It might not be as dreamy as the other locations but your hometown is amazing in its own way. Going on a walk through the streets of your hometown allows you to see people who have loved you since you could walk. You also know the best places to camp out and relax at. With your friends you can turn this staycation into one of the best vacations ever.