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The Cheap Travelling In Nepal, India and Sri Lanka

The cheapest countries I travelled so far, perhaps the cheapest travel destinations in the world, are India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. As an example: in Kathmandu, even as a tourist, a smoking traveller like me could spend less money on surviving ánd smoking than he would spend on smoking alone back home.

So, how cheap is it really? Well, here are a few examples:

Hotelrooms: Very basic accommodation in Nepal is ranging from € 3 to € 5 for a double. India has slightly better quality but a huge difference in prices. The cheapest I’ve slept was € 0, 45 for a dorm bed, but that was a huge exception from the € 2 – € 3 I would normally pay for cheap double rooms. to get a good deal, but prices for the most basic accommodation should be similar to India.

Transport: Dirt cheap in India, where you pay the same as the locals. I once paid €0, 04 for a 23 KM trainride and paid € 12 to cross the country from one side of the other, a 50 hour trainride, including 2 nights ‘acommodation’ in the train. Sri Lanka and Nepal both charge tourists considerably more than locals, with bustickets ranging from anywhere to € 1 to € 2 per hour. However, they are both tiny countries compared to India so it will not be a major expense.

Food: Prices in all three countries range from about € 0, 60 in dodgy, but usually decent, local restaurants to € 3, 50 in remote places like the Himalaya’s. cent local meal.

Tours, activities and attractions: These will probably set you back the most. Prices are really, really high compared to what you pay for your food and accommodation. A visit to the Taj Mahal, for example, will set you back around € 10 and that doesn’t even include a guide. I paid almost € 30 just to enter a national park in Sri Lanka. On the other hand, I went on a 3-day-2-night camel safari in Rajastahn where I only paid around € 7 a night, with almost a week accommodation included.

Visas: This must be said. Nepal is terribly expensive with their USD 90 visa for 2 months. Expecially compared to the living costs in the country. India on the other hand is much, much cheaper with € 36 for 6 months and Sri Lanka is definitely worth the USD 20 for a month.

India was expensive to stay at hotels

by dannyboy666

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