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5 Budget-Friendly Vacation Ideas for Students

Taking a well-deserved break from the stress of studying is needed from time to time. Vacationing nowadays to popular destinations is really expensive considering the cost of tickets, accommodation, food, entertainment and transportation. Students on a budget can find it difficult to find affordable options that offer wonderful vacation experience at the same time. There are lots of alternatives to visiting world class destinations that won’t break the bank.

1.Plan a road trip with friends

A great number of college students engage in road trips frequently, and it is best enjoyed in the company of friends. This will ensure that everyone participate actively. A map will give you directions as you soak up the view of mountains, deserts and forest. To cut the cost of accommodation, you may decide to stop and stay with family members or friends, or alternatively check into a cheap hotel or hostel.

2. Explore your locality

Opting to see your city from a different angle as a tourist is cost-effective. For the mere fact that you reside in a particular place doesn’t mean that you know every part of it. Probably there are tourist sites in your city that you are yet to visit and keep attracting millions of visitors every year. To make the experience similar to a real vacation, try to check into a hotel or a guesthouse just to get out of the house.

3. Go hiking or rock climbing

For those who crave the rush of adrenaline, hiking or rock climbing adventure will release tons of it. Courage is required because it is not for the faint at heart. Most of these locations have guides that accompany visitors and the equipment needed are easily available. You can go with friends that are experienced.

4. Consider camping

Camping is one of the cheapest vacation options for students till date. It is a great way to truly enjoy outdoor adventure and less costly when it involves many people. To avoid any mishaps, ensure that you research about your destination very well before you set out on your journey. Tents can be pitched or a log cabin can be rented at a very low price. There are some campsites that already have plans for visitors’ accommodation and other things at affordable rates.

5. Volunteer at a nonprofit organization

Volunteering is a good way to give back to the world. There are many places and people in dire need of help everywhere. Apart from the fact that it is a fulfilling experience, it helps students to learn how to be a leader, a team player and network better. After graduation, adding your volunteering experience to your resume will boost your chances of being hired.

It all boils down to creativity at the end of the day, vacationing can be fun whether expensive or not.

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