Do you know the three seasons for travel?
Here is a question I get from clients a lot, “When is the best time to travel?” My answer is always, “That depends on what you want to do on vacation and where you are planning to go”. Most destinations have 3 distinct travel seasons. These seasons are called high season, shoulder season and low season. Generally speaking, during high season you will find larger crowds, higher prices and usually the “best” weather for said destination. Low season usually means lousy weather (could be during rainy season), virtually no crowds and the cheapest
I plan a lot of vacations and many of them are my own. People are always asking for my advice when it comes to planning travel and even though I have a lot to give there are some tips that stand out. Over the next few weeks I will highlight 5 of my "best" travel tips.
Travel Tip 1: Have a plan! Most people want to go on vacation to get away from the routine that has become life. In their minds, they just see themselves sitting on a beach, looking out at the abyss and enjoying their favorite fruity drink; with an umbrella, of course. However, as wonderful as this may sound, the reality is there is an adventurer in us all and we need a plan B!
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Angie Conger Hinds
I have a true passion for travel and I want to share my travel knowledge with you. I hope this blog gives you inspiration to EXPLORE the world!
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