Who doesn’t love a great fall or winter vacation? Traveling somewhere for the fall or winter, is a win-win situation for anybody; if you’re coming from somewhere, it’s never sunny, then escaping to tropical islands is bliss, and for anyone who hates the absence of a white winter, visiting anywhere with snow comes at ease. We took a survey from our subscribers and asked what were some of their favorite travel destinations. So, if you’re planning your winter vacation and are looking for budget-friendly destinations to go, then here are our top ten inexpensive travel destinations for this season:
Isla Verde, San Juan, Puerto Rico, UNITED STATES TERRITORY
Puerto Rico, a gorgeous Caribbean Island with sightseeing destinations, is worth a visit. Filled with luscious forests, mighty mountains, and bubbling waterfalls, Puerto Rico is surprisingly economical, which is why it makes the top of the list. If you’re looking for great deals in restaurants, hotels, and tours, then Puerto Rico’s Isla Verde in the capital, San Juan will give you great options.
Berlin, Germany, Europe
For anyone who loves history, going to Berlin and witnessing the museums and trails is a brilliant idea. But Berlin isn’t just for history lovers, you can get in on some pretty cool and hipster joints and indulge in delicious cuisines.
Caladesi Island, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES
If you’re in the mood for something tropical and elegant, then head over to Caladesi Island in Florida, where no matter what the season, the weather always remains warm and snug. Named one of the top beached by Dr. Beach, you can snorkel and kayak between the turquoise waters of Caladesi Island, where you’ll be mesmerized turquoise waters or flocks of heron.
PUNTA ALLEN, MEXICAN RIVIERA, MEXICO
This is the perfect place to stay for a quiet visit with nature. In addition to beautiful beaches there’s plenty of jungle and lush mangroves that you can tour via kayak. Part of the Sian Ka’an biosphere, there are a number of lagoons, cenotes and canals which you can boat through as well as visit the Muyil Mayan ruins, which are delightfully void of tourist hoards. Plus, the Punta Allen waters and reefs are ideal for snorkeling.
Lanzarote Island, Spain
Lanzarote is a Spanish island, the northernmost and easternmost of the autonomous Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean Lanzarote Island in Spain is another way for you to kick out that chilling cold from your bones and lounge on sunbeds while the cool breeze from the mesmerizing ocean. Since most of Spain actually looks forward to going out of the country for winter, there won’t be much rush, and you’ll get great prices too!
Placencia Peninsula, Belize
Belize as a whole enjoys high humidity and sub-tropical temperatures year-round, but the time to go is now.The peninsula is a little-known beach town of Placencia, on a narrow, tucked-away in southern Belize, has enjoyed serenity for decades. Pass the long, lazy hours snorkeling beside whale sharks at the nearby Belize Barrier Reef or exploring from your golf cart.
If you’re in the mood for something tropical and elegant, then head over to Caladesi Island in Florida, where no matter what the season, the weather always remains warm and snug. Named one of the top beached by Dr. Beach, you can snorkel and kayak between the turquoise waters of Caladesi Island, where you’ll be mesmerized turquoise waters or flocks of heron
Playa Hermosa, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
The Playa Hermosa beach in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, is frequented by tourists yearly, but if you really love the beach and the warmth it brings, then the Playa Hermosa will be perfect for you. It is to be noted that while Playa Hermosa catches a lot of attention, prices remain humble and low. The best experience and touring activity is taking a zipline, which Costa Rica is famous for.
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