Captain Jako Hall Discusses Budget-Friendly Travel Destinations You Need to Add to Your Bucket List

Captain Jako Hall Discusses Budget-Friendly Travel Destinations You Need to Add to Your Bucket List
Captain Jako Hall Discusses Budget-Friendly Travel Destinations You Need to Add to Your Bucket List

Many people believe that it’s simply too expensive to travel. But, as captain Jako Hall explains, there are many budget-friendly destinations that not only won’t break the bank but will provide the experience of a lifetime.

The world has many beautiful places that can be seen without needing to shell out your entire life savings. Here are some of the best destination spots that are budget-friendly.

The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall is among the most impressive feats of mankind. It stretched almost 5,500 miles throughout all of China and was built around 200 B.C.

There are no fees to visit the wall, and it can be accessed from many popular spots throughout the country. There’s a very popular destination spot on the wall that’s only roughly 40 miles from Beijing, providing an easy access point for international travellers.

There are plenty of affordable accommodations and dining options near the wall as well.

Washington, D.C.

The White House
The White House

Visiting the capital of the United States is one of the most moderately-priced trips you can take in America. There are loads of museums that are free for everyone to enter, not to mention all the monuments located outside along the Washington Mall.

The District of Columbia is also home to a number of quaint, quirky, and unique neighbourhoods for you to walk around and grab a bite to eat. While there are certainly expensive options, you can easily make this trip on a budget, too.

Grand Canyon

If your trip to the United States takes you to the west, then stop off at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. This is among one of the greatest natural wonders in the world, where you can stand atop cliffs looking down at the canyon below, which was formed by water.

There are many travel hubs within a few hours’ drive of the Grand Canyon. Plus, there are accommodations and food options to meet just about any budget.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu in Peru may offer the most affordable trip to one of the Seven Wonders of the World. High atop the mountains, this ancient Incan marvel is a sight not to be missed.

What’s great about Machu Picchu is it’s very budget-friendly. Airfare to the country is much more affordable than other exotic destinations in the world. Plus, you can often get a great exchange rate on Peruvian soles.

Angkor Wat

Airfare is the most expensive part of this trip to Cambodia. Once you’re in the country, though, everything else will be extremely affordable.

As Jako Hall explains, you can stay at upscale hotels for the same price as normal motels in other countries. Transportation, food, and drink are very inexpensive, too, giving you a huge bang for your buck.


If you’re looking for a truly unique experience, then Iceland is it. It’s truly a marvel of nature, as much of the country is fueled by geothermal energy.

You can see beautiful fjords and swim in pools heated by the earth. Flights to Reykjavik are quite inexpensive, and you can get around much of the country by car.

About Jako Hall

Captain Jako Hall is an experienced mariner and a former naval officer known for his strong work ethic and ability to lead and motivate crews. He pursued Maritime Studies at the University of Technology in Cape Town and has received the highest level of training in Navigation and Seamanship during his years in the Navy. After 13 distinguished years in the Navy, Jako joined the superyacht industry, following his passion for creating unique and exclusive experiences for high-net-worth clients. He’s managed multi-million euro projects that required attention to detail and efficiency and has a proven track record of operating at sea in remote and unsupported areas.