7 Places to Visit While the US Dollar is Strong


3) Indonesia

Understandably, Indonesia is slightly higher in cost than both Croatia and India, and that is likely due to its attractiveness to avid travelers. With over 18,000 islands in the country’s entirety, it’s safe to say that the majority of resorts are going to be water based, giving the traveler the most unique experience possible. A luxury vacation to Indonesia’s stunning blue water and white sand islands will max out at approximately $136 per day, and that is for an all inclusive resort. Bali tends to be one of the more popular destination cities, and a mid range budget trip will cost an American visitor a mere $60 per night, rounding up. Bali is commonly referred to as the “Island of the Gods,” and it is entirely justified in the paradise nature of the wildlife, land and waterscape, as well as the unique methods of transportation, which are primarily by small boat.