Hotels by Day
Travel can be expensive. The flight, hotel, and food all add up quickly. There are ways to travel for less, though. One of the easiest is by traveling during the off-season. This varies by location, so research is important. We’ve compiled five options for you already. The final destination will save you thousands!
Aspen, Colorado: Ski Slopes For Less
The most popular time to visit Aspen is winter, specifically February. During this time, you’ll pay around $7,500 for a week of lodging. You can save up to $3,000 by traveling in late April. Most ski slopes will still be open. So, grab your skis and get going! You’ll want to pack something warmer for this next location, though.
Newport Beach, California: Fall In Love
Newport Beach is one of the most popular beaches in California. Unfortunately, its beautiful sands will cost you. About $3,000 a week is average during July. Traveling in the fall will get that price down to under $2,000. It will still be plenty warm, too. High temperatures don’t drop below the 70s until November. If you’re looking for a beach abroad, one is coming up. It will save you even more!
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands: An Affordable Ocean Abroad
The island of rum cake and sea salt, Grand Cayman can cost a pretty penny. For example, a one week stay in March will cost close to $3,000. If you travel in early Fall, however, that price goes down to $1,700. Less than 500 miles from Miami, it also has cheaper flights than other destinations abroad. If you want something on U.S. soil, though, look no further. The following location is perfect for you!
Kapolei, Hawaii: Summer Vacation On The Cheap
Hawaii is a popular destination for snowbirds and summer vacations. That means you can save money by traveling in the late spring. You’ll pay approximately $1,500 less per week by visiting in May, instead of December. You’re looking at highs in the 80s that time of year, perfect for water activities. If you think this vacation is a bargain, just wait. You can save even more at this last paradise.
St. Barthelemy, Caribbean: Save Thousands In The Summer
Surprisingly, St. Barthelemy is most popular around Christmas time. Therefore, you can save a lot of money by making it your summer vacation spot. The weekly price of $6,000 in the summer is far better than the $18,000 winter price tag. Aside from the beautiful beaches and parks, you can also explore history here. It’s the perfect destination for vacationers looking to save!