What countries and what time of year-I want to travel to inexpensive countries and follow the sunshine, so?

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Salsa asked:

the priorities are that it is the warm (not unbearably hot) time of the year and that the dollar still has some umph (i.e. I would love to stop in Europe, but the Euro/dollar exchange rate cancels that option). So what route do you suggest for a year of warm and cheap?

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5 Comments so far

  1. Flaming sword on February 3rd, 2009

    Greece is good in early October – less heat, less crowds and still warm sunny days!Hungary, Prague and the Czeh Republic doesn’t cost as much but I’m unsure of how much sun they get. Mexico is fun, obviously in early fall!

  2. Akasanoma on February 3rd, 2009

    Tough call. I’d suggest Tunisia, Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Cape Verde Islands between April and October.

  3. fatdadslim on February 7th, 2009

    try google search,backpackers guide

  4. loneytraveler on February 9th, 2009

    If you want a cheap but great vacation try Vietnam, Saigon is fairly hot but as you travel north it gets cooler. You can stay on the South China Sea beaches along the way. The water is clear blue and warm, white sands, lots of fresh seafoods and everything is cheap.

  5. Sathvik N on February 9th, 2009

    You can try the north-eastern parts of India or Nepal for that matter. But there are no beaches there!! The weather is pleasant till about mid April. If you want beaches then I would say Thailand’s a good option. You can go to Goa as well but the temperatures may soar to about 95 degrees (Fahrenheit)

    The stay and travel is pretty cheap there if you can avoid ultra-luxurious hotels

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