Bermuda: Book a beach vacay
This is a great time to get a beach vacation deal, and right now Bermuda has a Pink Sale. You can get up to 50% off hotels if you book between Jan 7-21. Travel between January 8-April 30, 2020 and September 1-December 31, 2020. Rates are starting around $150 US.
Save on vacation packages with Air Canada Vacations
I love doing these package deals because you can save so much when combining hotels and flights, plus it takes all the guesswork out of planning a trip. They have up to 50% off sunny vacation packages in Mexico, the Caribbean, South & Central America or Las Vegas. Book between now and January 26, 2020 with travel between now and April 30, 2020.
Sonoma: Wine country is open
90 percent of Sonoma County was not affected by the wildfires … it’s fully open and because of that, you can score some really great deals. Plan on a 3-day road trip through the countryside making pit stops at wineries. Or take in the 50 miles of Pacific coastline. Plus you can really save on hotel and winery packages.
Big city savings in NYC
This is the perfect time to book a vacation to the Big Apple! Early winter is often the slowest time for the city, so hotel deals are available, flight prices are lower, and it is also Winter Outing from Jan 21-Feb 9 (that means it’s restaurant week, Broadway week and must-see week). A bundle that gets you discounted tickets, great food deals and 2 for 1 tickets on attractions!
3 Hot Destinations for 2020
One of the biggest trends in travel for 2020 is travelling with a pet. It’s really huge, people want to bring their pets with them. And one spot that has been proactive with pet travel. They even offer a Travel Dog Agent named Mo who can help you plan out pet-friendly activities and outings for you and your furry friend.
This might be one island where you truly feel like you’re stepping back in time and can really unwind and disconnect. A lot of people might have heard about this island in the English Channel because of the Potato Peel Pie movie, but it has a rich history, unique traditions and is truly unique. A nearby island of Sark is accessible by ferry and only 400 people live on the island with no cars! Think about walks along the shoreline, cozy meals in pubs, moving at a slower pace and not dealing with a ton of tourists.
Italy is always one of the top destinations, but the spots that are growing in popularity are actually spots that don’t get too many tourists. Head up to the northern part of the country, to the Emilia-Romagna area–it’s home to all the amazing food we love from Italy (parmigiano reggiano, parma ham, Bolognese), so you can do a foodie adventure here. Or try the island of Sardinia, tiny cobblestone towns, incredible coastline and beaches, plus great seafood and everything moves at a really slow pace! Plus it’s easy to get to because Air Italy now has more weekly flights out of Toronto.