Looking to get away from your 9 to 5? If you’re not in the mood to keep your travels in the U.S., head overseas. With so many places to go, it can be a struggle to decide on your next destination. For your next vacation, consider these inexpensive countries; they will easily save you a few bucks.

South Of The Border

While many know Mexico for Cancun, there are plenty more attractions in this country. From the Great Pyramid of Cholula to Chichen Itza, a plethora of amazing sights await tourists. One U.S. dollar equates to 20 Mexican pesos. It’s best to arrive during the spring and summer seasons. Prices for hotels tend to dip to a reasonable rate during this time.

Coffee Country

As the fourth largest coffee producer in the world, Colombia will make sure you’re set for those morning adventures. The country is filled with exotic destinations, including the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira and Los Nevados National Park. With a US dollar equalling 2,922 Colombian pesos, you won’t have any troubles with spending habits.

The Land Of Roses

Bulgaria is mainly known for its astonishing landscapes such as the Krushuna Waterfalls and Vitosha Mountain. If you’re looking for a massive exchange rate, you’re going to be disappointed. One U.S. dollar is worth nearly two Bulgarian Lev. They do, however, have some cheap hotels that will cost you about $30 a night.

Paris Of The East

If you’re looking for some of the most glorious looking buildings, India is the place for you. Attractions like the Taj Mahal and Ellora Caves draw millions of tourists yearly. One US dollar will bring you 68 Indian rupees for your spending pleasure. There are many exquisite things to purchase in India, including handmade clothes and jewelry.

The Emerald Of The Equator

Indonesia is best known for its volcanoes, and many tourists will find themselves traversing their volcanic mountains. If that’s not your thing, there are many other attractions such as the Gili Islands and the Tanjung Puting National Park. One dollar will earn you a whopping 14,273 Indonesian rupiah.