Back to school can bring with it no-more-vacation blues, but fear not there are still exciting getaways and weekend trips to be had. This week’s featured travel deals will get you dreaming about your next escape.
Fall in Comox, Vancouver Island
We do love fall travel. How about a spa package on Vancouver Island? This is a beautiful way to experience a Canadian fall, while being pampered too. Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa is located in Courtney/Comox on Vancouver Island. Stay mid-week and take advantage of their spa deals. We have our eye on the Deluxe Retreat.
Escape to the Caribbean
We also love winter travel because once the snow starts to fall at home, escaping to the Caribbean sounds pretty nice. We’ve got a chance for you to save in the Caribbean this December. Stay a minimum of 7 nights from December 19 – 26 and your room charges for Christmas day will be waived. What a nice way to spend December 25th! Also take advantage of the extras offered for the Family Time experience.
If It’s the Cold you Crave.
This sounds like a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and the deal featured here means you can do i for less. Take a cruise to the Antarctica with Abercrombie & Kent. When you book a cabin (category 1-3) for either the December 13th of December 19th departure to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands you can save up to $6,000 per couple. And for even more savings, choose the December 13th departure and one child sales free (when booking two adults and two children, the second child is complimentary).
More Reasons to Cruise the Open Seas.
And if it is a cruise your crave, but with a warmer destination, take advantage of Norwegian Cruise Line’s Free at Sea offer. There are 5 free offers for you! And you can grab all 5 freebies when you book a suite or haven (or choose a different room type and you receive one or two freebies). There are 14 destinations to choose from; we’d have trouble deciding!
There are many more deals being released, as travel providers generate interest in the slower travel months. If you are looking for an alternative to the present-filled Christmas day, wrapping up the gift of travel instead. Read my article, “Could You Have a Gift-Free Christmas?”