wish to travel to south america.
hope to visit Argentina, Brazil, and frankly anywhere else en-route
unfortunately i only have roughly a month and a half available between july and mid-august.
trying to save like mad at the moment and dont have any clue of how much this will possibly cost aside from the flights?
i want to do it on a budget and not really fussed about being too comfortable,, just want to go there for a break and experience some of the world before i get stuck into uni
anyone been there before? have any places i must visit? recommend any good hostels?
anything that will help me plan my trip would be greatly appreciated.
To begin: Brazil has a sticky visa policy with Canada, the US and Great Britain. Best you look into and solve this before you leave.
Argentina has implemented a reciprocity fee exactly like Chile´s. The fee is NOT a visa. It is a " You do it to us, we do it to you" fee. Be ready for that.
BsAs is loaded with hotels....IN fact, most of Argentina is. They will cost about 15 a night for a hotel. I´m too old to stay in hostels and listen to the young ones have exactly the same conversation that I had when I was young, so I don´t know the prices there.
There. A beginning...Good luck on your trip.
The prices for hotels in Argentina are higher then $15.00,min.$25.00
Hostals in BA are from ca $6upwards in a dorm.single privat min.$18.00
check the accommodation offered here (left to this site) than you will get the prices.
I beg to differ on the price there. You certainly can find hotels that cost 25 dollars a night...and fifteen. I was there a month ago, and was able to find several hotels that cost that much. You just have to be obstinate.
Would you please have some more infos for me about this hoteles for $15-25.00?
I'm looking for a single room with private Bathroom.
[ Edit: Edited on Jan 13, 2009, at 7:16 AM by marlis ]
thanks guys this has really helped.
at least i know i will be able to find somewhere to stay on a budget like mine
glad to know there are experienced travelllers out there to help first-timers like me.