Traveling is a costly endeavor when seen on a grand scale. For domestic travel, Americans spend $1.1 trillion annually. International travel depends mainly on where you go and what you plan to do there. Because of these statistics, there are no precise numbers on the varying costs of international travel.
Nowadays, this small European country is certainly a diamond in the rough. As one commenter said, Georgia has “a rich history, diverse landscapes, and delicious cuisine, including the famous Georgian wine.”
Bordered by Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, and Peru, this landlocked country has much to offer in cultural greatness. Visit La Paz, the Bolivian salt flats in Altiplano, or satiate your tastebuds with authentic Bolivian cuisine in Sucre.
Floating in the Indian Ocean, this beautiful country boasts a rich, unique history and culture. Spend some time at the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic or spend a day at the Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens scoping out the massive Giant Java Fig tree near Kandy.
History runs deep in the veins of Vietnam. This country offers much, from Hanoi’s gorgeous Red River Delta to Ho Chi Minh’s vibrancy. Take a tour of Saigon, order some delicious street food, or take a trip through the Cai Rang Floating Market for a sense of Vietnam’s quiet charm.