(Closed) International travel ideas?

posted 4 years ago in Travel
Post # 2
3267 posts
Sugar bee

a lot will depend on what you want.

Open to different foods?

Interested in touristy things?

What kind of accomodations? Are hostels ok?

2000 will go a lot further in some places then it will with  others.

Post # 3
1017 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I LOVED Cuba.  It was so neat, beautiful, and friendly. The food outside the resorts is incredible and there are so many different places to see. It was like going back in time, and a nice escape.  It is a lot safer than a lot of other places in the Caribbean and there is no pressure from vendors in the market places.  It is so unique and I would recommend it to anyone. It’s not expensive either

Post # 4
4518 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

For $200/day (your rough budget), I think you could have a really nice vacation in Croatia. It is a beautiful country with a lot to do. i stayed there on the cheap by renting a bedroom in someone’s home (this is common over there, and it was totally like a hotel but more interesting because I was in a residential neighborhood), but on your budget I bet you could find nice hotel accommodations, too. You could do a combo Italy/Croatia trip, but Italy is way more expensive. 

another idea is Ecuador — we took our honeymoon there, and the nicest place we stayed at was $80/night. That was a gorgeous inn in the mountains. You can stay at very lovely places for around $40-$60/night, depending where you are. We loved it there; again, lots to do, and there are both beachfront & mountains. 

Morocco is also a really cool place, not too expensive, and an easy introduction to Africa if you’ve never been to the continent before. 

Or, finally, I know you said international, but if I had 10 days and $2000 + airfare in August, I’d probably go to Alaska. I’ve been once and it’s amazing — truly!

Post # 5
7357 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2014

Your budget is best suited to the Caribbean, Central America, and some of the less popular Eastern European countries, although airfare to Eastern Europe may prove prohibitive. $2000 will barely cover hotels for 8-10 days in some of the more popular European destinations for one week, so unless you get very lucky, London, Paris, Rome, etc, will be off the list. I’d consider Costa Rica, the USVI/BVI, the Dominican Republic, Barbados and possibly El Salvador (But you’ll need at least some Spanish in El Salvador). 

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