7 Stunning International Beach Destinations That Are As Cheap As Travelling Within India

by Tania Tarafdar
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The year 2020 was a dead year for travel, but there is glimmer at the end of the horizon in 2021. A lot of international destinations are welcoming vaccinated travellers. But if the budget is still a constraint, we got a list of beach destinations you can visit without burning a hole in your pocket. Read on:

1. Phu Quoc, Vietnam

Vietnam not only has beautiful beaches, but it has a fascinating history too. The beautiful islands, the breathtaking landscape, islands and the oh-so-amazing food, will make you fall in love with this country. The Phu Quoc beach offers the perfect opportunity to explore the world beneath the water with scuba diving and snorkelling through the breathtaking coral gardens.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹20,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹1,500 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹800 per meal

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2. La Digue, Seychelles

Seychelles in East Africa is home to some of the gorgeous beaches. If you are a water baby, this beach destination is a much visit. The natural beauty with clear-lagoons and silver-white beaches is a welcome break from the Maldives which has become the hotspot for travellers now. Seychelles Offers Quarantine-free Travel To People Who Have Taken Covid-19 Vaccine.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹19,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹1,000 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹500 per meal

 

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3. El Nido, Philippines

With greenery and beaches all around, the Philippines is undoubtedly heaven on earth. The Philippines is defined by its emerald rice fields, graffiti-splashed jeepneys, smouldering volcanoes and smiling, happy-go-lucky people. When you are here, don’t forget to visit the chocolate hills, yeah, you read that right.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹16,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹2500 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹500 per meal

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4. Gili Island, Indonesia

You’d be hard-pressed to spot a car on these pristine islands. It is a place where you can truly step away from the stresses of modern life. When you’re not chugging beer or scarfing down the Sushi rolls, you can visit the dive sites. Here, you can schedule a trip to the turtle hatchery and fall in love with some itty bitty flippered friends.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹20,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹3000 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹1500 per meal

 

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5. Krabi, Thailand

Krabi is the perfect place to unwind with its quiet roads, and serenity. The unique karst formations make it a great spot to try your hand at rock-climbing. You can visit the beach at Talay Wak and the Tham Phra Nang Nai caverns that sparkle with limestone formations and a gold quartz waterfall. Dig in the best Thai street food at the night market and sample the seafood, fresh from the ocean. Thailand Tourism To Match Singles In Their Unique Holiday Packages Of Romance In The Country.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹15,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹2500 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹1000 per meal

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6. Arugam Bay, Srilanka

Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka is one of the top surfing destinations in the world. Rent a scooter to explore the area and stop off at Panama Tank for stunning vistas. If you are a wildlife lover, go on the Kumana safari and drive among the elephants and leopards. Indian Nationals To Get Free Visa On Arrival In Sri Lanka.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹15,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹1000 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹500 per meal

 

7. Koh Rong Island, Cambodia

With seven bays and 28 beaches, Koh Rong Island leaves you spoilt for choice. However, the island’s southern end will give you access to some of the most picturesque spots the island has to offer. Koh Rong has a deserted island vibe that is perfect for a secluded stay at one of the islands many guest houses.
Cost of tickets for a round trip: Starts from ₹20,000
Cost of accommodation: ₹800 per night approximately
Food and beverages: ₹500 per meal

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