The off-season is a great time to travel. You’ll enjoy cheaper airfares and lodging and fewer if any lines at the attractions you’ve traveled so far to see.
Just what does off-season travel mean?
“In general, ‘off-season’ refers to the time when a destination sees the least visitors; usually this is due to weather patterns and/or vacation schedules,” says Bailey Freeman, destination editor to South America and Antarctica for travel guide site Lonely Planet.
“Because fewer people are traveling to the destination during this time, the booking availability is higher, which leads to lower prices. Traveling during off-season is a great way to save some cash and skip the crowds.”
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