Cheapest places to fly for the broke traveler.

 
You can save a lot of money by visiting some of the cheapest places to fly in the world.

Especially if you live right next (an hour and a half) to the LAX as I do.

America is full of opportunity when it comes to travel, we have two of the largest international airports in the world and with the right conditions, tickets can be dirt cheap. Unfortunately, we are also stuck between the Atlantic and Pacific ocean, which makes it a lot more expensive to get around. But don’t worry, there’s hope! Here is a list of my top 10 Cheapest Places to Fly. The fares are estimated based on the best season to travel to that particular country, if you are looking for the best airfare deals, a good start would be HipMunk.
All of these flights are estimated through LAX, because, that is the closest large airport to me. Dont be surprised if prices have changed, the listed prices should be seen a general reference. Buy them while they’re cheap!

 

1. Hawaii

Hipmunk Price: 525 – Round Trip
Lowest Accommodation Price: $34 
Cheapest places to fly
Best Time: February
People forget about the Oceana, they gloss over it. Believing that the Oceana is simply the trash can for tourist, itching to get to Jimmy Buffet for a 16 dollar Margherita.

This is my warning, don’t sleep on Hawaii. Sleep IN Hawaii, this state is great but not for its association with the motherland but because it stands on its own, as what was once the crown of the ocean. A place where kings rested their heads on the white sandy beaches of Hawaii.

P.S. Hawaii might be one of the cheapest places to fly, but it can cost you an arm and a leg if you don’t plan right once you get there.

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2. Moscow – Russia

travel to moscow
Hipmunk Price: 564 – Round Trip
Lowest Accommodation Price: $14

Best Time: January

Something about Russia keeps drawing my eyes. It is the rival of the U.S. but shares many similarities with the U.S as well. Just a lot more Slavic. Is that a bad thing? No, not at all. What’s wrong with it? Well for me, I have been told Russians aren’t the warmest to black people. I am giving them the benefit of the doubt unless it is proved to be true when I finally get the opportunity to visit the Russian Federation.

I think I am drawn to Russia’s ability to survive anything, the people are hit with impossible weather regularly and still thrive. The country has a history of some of the most powerful men, attempting to conquer them, just to turn around in defeat. You have to see a place like that at least once.


 

3. Turkey

 

Hipmunk Price: 605 – Round Trip
travel to turkey cheaply
Lowest Accommodation Price: $27
Best Time: February
Many people are not aware of this, but Turkey is the future, it is the potential outcome of a great nation. Having given birth to the Ottoman Empire in 1229, just to lay it to rest in the early 1900’s. Every first world country should look at Turkey, to reflect on what may be their future.

Albeit the Ottoman Empire is an enormous chunk of Human History, it isn’t the end of the legacy and life of Turkey, still well known as the Europes Eastern rim and home of the Golden Gate. Turkey is still great, beautiful and vast. I don’t know where to start, but I know you should finish when you’ve seen it all.


 

4. Philippines

 

how to travel to the philippinesHipmunk Price: 608 – Round Trip
Lowest Accommodation Price: $23

Best Time: January

Indonesia, Philippines and Japan create what I like to call the Gateway to Asia, you’ll probably end up at one of the three. If you somehow accidently skip them, turn around. The Philippines is a substantial chunk of that beautiful gate.

Albeit it is smudged with crime and drugs, those problems are dwarfed by its soul. It’s still a strong country, and its strength stems from its people and unique landscape.


 

5. Indonesia

 

Hipmunk Price: 621 – Round Trip
how to travel to indonesia
Lowest Accommodation Price: $12
Best Time: March

Indonesia is on the list of countries, torn in two by black gold. Oil blood runs deep in the countries roots, someday with the right government, the wealth of that oil can be given to the people. Eventually, the natural beauty will be preserved properly as well. We can all hope.

In the meantime, I suggest you see it for yourself, it’s a vast stretch of some of the most diverse culture, cuisine, religion and people you may ever come across. It’s to be expected in a country made of islands.


 

6. Japan

 

Hipmunk Price: 643 – Round Trip
how to travel to japan cheaply
Lowest Accommodation Price: $35
Best Time: December

Let me begin by saying, I did Japan wrong. I came in as a tourist, and I was treated as such. Next time will be different; next time will hopefully be soon because I miss those bleeding red Maples. Japan has a lot of two things, Mountains and culture. Because of it’s voluntary isolation and strict moral code.

It’s is a world within itself, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery known to the world. You need to experience Japan, at least once in your life, and it would be wise to experience it with plenty of Shochu.


 

7. India

 

Hipmunk Price: 697 – Round Trip
how to travel to india
Lowest Accommodation Price: $17
Best Time: January

You can’t spend a day bored in India if you achieved that, it’s because your body couldn’t move; exhausted from the night before. India is popping in every single one of the 29 states.

I can’t begin to describe how vast and beautiful India is. Nor can I tell you what you’d love the most, the love and adoration of the Punjab people or the rich, gorgeous terrain they live on. The country isn’t just limited to one beautiful place either; it’s full of surprises.


 

8. Malaysia

 

Hipmunk Price: 765 – Round Trip
how to travel to malaysia
Lowest Accommodation Price: $18
Best Time: January

Sometimes, food can be your first impression of a country. For me, my first impression of Malaysia was a large bowl of Assam Laksa (Rice Noodles in Fishy Soup). After I had tasted that first spoon full of greatness, I sighed in assurance knowing that Malaysia is one of my favourites. After the food, the journey ahead was equally delicious. Don’t forget Malaysia is right next to Indonesia and the Philipines. There will be no shortage of adventure.

So if there were one thing I could say about Malaysia, it would be “be ready for Durian.”

Albeit Malasia is one of the cheapest places to fly, it can be a expensive place to visit.


 

9. Kenya

 

Hipmunk Price: 808 – Round Trip
how to travel to kenya
Lowest Accommodation Price: $21
Best Time: January

I’ve never put feet on Kenyan soil, because of that fact. I, like many others, are missing freshly ground Kenyan coffee, caves, eatertainment and big smiles. I am also missing out of the thick wood that entangles the entire country.

Who would complain about a day in the bush? Only someone who’s given up on their heritage and wanderlust. I mean, Toto loved Kenya.


 

10. South Africa

 

Hipmunk Price: 860 – Round Trip
how to travel to south africaLowest Accommodation Price: $40
Best Time: January

South Africa is a melting pot, a color rich fondue; right after freedom sprang from the ashes of apartheid. People came pouring in. People forget the horrible reality of Racism, that is it has only been a little more than a decade or two since racism was LAW. South Africa just so happens to be one of those nations that fit the category. That was the past, though, and now they are making a comeback, as equals. Expect to find the tastiest hole in the wall home/restaurants and some electric nightlife. This might not be on the top of the list of the cheapest places to fly, but it is worth the price tag.

Don’t miss out on the life off the beaten trails of South Africa. The wildlife is everywhere; you need to experience it.


 

EXTRA cheapest places to fly

 

Iran how to travel to iran

 

Hipmunk Price: 733 – Round Trip
Best Time: March

Iran is beautiful; it’s caked with terrain that could only be captured by the hands of the truly gifted artist that reside behind its borders. The cake that covers the entirety of the country is dressed in greenery, something no one expects but everyone appreciates. You honestly should see why this is Persia we’re talking about. Persia wasn’t just some empire; it was THE empire. Without Persia, the world would not be the same. I wish I could have the opportunity to visit it one day, it is booming with a culture that is relatively unknown in America. Because of the countries, different views on religion, money and politics America and Iran have not been good the past few decades. That may change soon, Iran is important to the U.S., it’s the only defence we have against ISIS in the middle east, and they need us too, this means the borders might go down, and if that’s the case, that means travel may become easier between the two countries. Plus it’s already one of the cheapest places to fly.

Nothing summarises the beauty of Iran better than Anthony Bourdain’s Episode in the country. Also, I was relieved to find out the couple detained from that episode is now free.


 

  • Pakistan (Dangerous)If John Wayne and Gary Cooper could lay their eyes on the dusty plains of the Sindh desert; they’d pack their stallions and hit the dusty trail to embrace the great unknown. Pakistan is the first taste of the Middle East, bordering South Asia and suffering as a melting pot of two groups of people with a turbulent past. It maintains its allure through its architecture; that is both natural and man-made.Don’t give up on this beautiful place, it’s still very accessible, for now. ISIS hasn’t taken it but the pot is boiling, and the future is unclear if you want to go you better go now.

 

  • Yemen (Dangerous)Yemen is in crisis; it isn’t safe. Yemen has lost; it’s walls. What Yemen hasn’t lost is its glee, once known as the “Happy’ country, Yemen is still a landmark in history. Yemen is known for its Qat as much as its Coffee, take a sip when the clouds clear up in this beautiful country.



In case, you were wondering how much it would be to get simply an RTW (Round the World Ticket)

Heres’ a bit of info.

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Due to legal restrictions, no guide is available to determine how much an RTW ticket costs, you can expect to spend at least 6,000 USD but no more than 15,000. Possibly a lot less if you strategically pick your flights and use other means of travel as well.


Thanks for reading, stay tuned for more! I will be posting a ton of content this month and, at least, one article per week on traveling. I’m compiling a list on the cheapest places to LIVE, it’ll be here soon! in the mean time, I’d use HipMunk for hotel discounts.

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America is full of opportunity when it comes to travel, we have two of the largest international airports in the world and with the right conditions, tickets can be dirt cheap. Unfortunately, we are also stuck between the Atlantic and Pacific ocean, which makes it a lot more expensive to get around. But don’t worry, there’s hope! Here is a list of my top 10 Cheapest Places to Fly. The fares are estimated based on the best season to travel to that particular country, if you are looking for the best airfare deals, a good start would be .

People forget about the Oceana, they gloss over it. Believing that the Oceana is simply the trash can for tourist, itching to get to Jimmy Buffet for a 16 dollar Margherita.

This is my warning, don’t sleep on Hawaii. Sleep IN Hawaii, this state is great but not for its association with the motherland but because it stands on its own, as what was once the crown of the ocean. A place where kings rested their heads on the

Something about Russia keeps drawing my eyes. It is the rival of the U.S. but shares many similarities with the U.S as well. Just a lot more Slavic. Is that a bad thing? No, not at all. What’s wrong with it? Well for me, I have been told Russians aren’t the warmest to black people. I am giving them the benefit of the doubt unless it is proved to be true when I finally get the opportunity to visit the Russian Federation.

I think I am drawn to Russia’s ability to survive anything, the people are hit with impossible weather regularly and still thrive. The country has a history of some of the most powerful men, attempting to conquer them, just to turn around in defeat. You have to see a place like that at least once.

Many people are not aware of this, but Turkey is the future, it is the potential outcome of a great nation. Having given birth to the Ottoman Empire in 1229, just to lay it to rest in the early 1900’s. Every first world country should look at Turkey, to reflect on what may be their future.

Albeit the Ottoman Empire is an enormous chunk of Human History, it isn’t the end of the legacy and life of Turkey, still well known as the Europes Eastern rim and home of the Golden Gate. Turkey is still great, beautiful and vast. I don’t know where to start, but I know you should finish when you’ve seen it all.

Indonesia, Philippines and Japan create what I like to call the Gateway to Asia, you’ll probably end up at one of the three. If you somehow accidently skip them, turn around. The Philippines is a substantial chunk of that beautiful gate.

Albeit it is smudged with crime and drugs, those problems are dwarfed by its soul. It’s still a strong country, and its strength stems from its people and unique landscape.

Indonesia is on the list of countries, torn in two by black gold. Oil blood runs deep in the countries roots, someday with the right government, the wealth of that oil can be given to the people. Eventually, the natural beauty will be preserved properly as well. We can all hope.

In the meantime, I suggest you see it for yourself, it’s a vast stretch of some of the most diverse culture, cuisine, religion and people you may ever come across. It’s to be expected in a country made of islands.

Let me begin by saying, I did Japan wrong. I came in as a tourist, and I was treated as such. Next time will be different; next time will hopefully be soon because I miss those bleeding red Maples. Japan has a lot of two things, Mountains and culture. Because of it’s voluntary isolation and strict moral code.

It’s is a world within itself, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery known to the world. You need to experience Japan, at least once in your life, and it would be wise to experience it with plenty of Shochu.

You can’t spend a day bored in India if you achieved that, it’s because your body couldn’t move; exhausted from the night before. India is popping in every single one of the 29 states.

I can’t begin to describe how vast and beautiful India is. Nor can I tell you what you’d love the most, the love and adoration of the Punjab people or the rich, gorgeous terrain they live on. The country isn’t just limited to one beautiful place either; it’s full of surprises.

Sometimes, food can be your first impression of a country. For me, my first impression of Malaysia was a large bowl of Assam Laksa (Rice Noodles in Fishy Soup). After I had tasted that first spoon full of greatness, I sighed in assurance knowing that Malaysia is one of my favourites. After the food, the journey ahead was equally delicious. Don’t forget Malaysia is right next to Indonesia and the Philipines. There will be no shortage of adventure.

So if there were one thing I could say about Malaysia, it would be

I’ve never put feet on Kenyan soil, because of that fact. I, like many others, are missing freshly ground Kenyan coffee, caves, eatertainment and big smiles. I am also missing out of the thick wood that entangles the entire country.

Who would complain about a day in the bush? Only someone who’s given up on their heritage and wanderlust. I mean, .

South Africa is a melting pot, a color rich fondue; right after freedom sprang from the ashes of apartheid. People came pouring in. People forget the horrible reality of Racism, that is it has only been a little more than a decade or two since racism was LAW. South Africa just so happens to be one of those nations that fit the category. That was the past, though, and now they are making a comeback, as equals. Expect to find the tastiest hole in the wall home/restaurants and some electric nightlife. This might not be on the top of the list of thecheapest places to fly, but it is worth the price tag.

Iran is beautiful; it’s caked with terrain that could only be captured by the hands of the truly gifted artist that reside behind its borders. The cake that covers the entirety of the country is dressed in greenery, something no one expects but everyone appreciates. You honestly should see why this is Persia we’re talking about. Persia wasn’t just some empire; it was THE empire. Without Persia, the world would not be the same. I wish I could have the opportunity to visit it one day, it is booming with a culture that is relatively unknown in America. Because of the countries, different views on religion, money and politics America and Iran have not been good the past few decades. That may change soon, Iran is important to the U.S., it’s the only defence we have against ISIS in the middle east, and they need us too, this means the borders might go down, and if that’s the case, that means travel may become easier between the two countries. Plus it’s already one of the cheapest places to fly.

Nothing summarises the beauty of Iran better than . Also, I was relieved to find out the couple detained from that episode is now free.

In case, you were wondering how much it would be to get simply an RTW (Round the World Ticket)

Heres’ a bit of info.

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Due to legal restrictions, no guide is available to determine how much an RTW ticket costs, you can expect to spend at least 6,000 USD but no more than 15,000. Possibly a lot less if you strategically pick your flights and use other means of travel as well.

Thanks for reading, stay tuned for more! I will be posting a ton of content this monthand, at least, one article per week on traveling. I’m compiling a list on the cheapest places to LIVE, it’ll be here soon! in the mean time, I’d use for hotel discounts.

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