Hi, my-blogmedia readers.We are proudly present the top 10 cheapest places in the world for your trip or vacation. Here is the fifth place. Enjoy.
An African safari doesn't have to involve forking over thousands of dollars to a U.S.-based tour operator. It's possible to book your safari after you arrive — cutting out the middleman and saving a wad of cash. You can even travel to the game parks independently.
Zambia (www.zambiatourism.com) is not just one of Africa's unheralded destinations; it's also one of the continent's best safari values. South Luangwa National Park is a magnificent preserve, with leopards, elephants, zebras, giraffes and hippos roaming free. Just outside the park, budget chalets charge under $40 a day — or even less if you're willing to camp.
Zambia is also home to another of Africa’s most stunning spectacles: Victoria Falls. The Zambian side of the thundering falls offers camping for less than $5, or you can rent a hut for $40 to $50, with meals included.