7 Tips to Save on Your Vacation or Staycation

If you want to feel like you had a real vacation, even if you do it inexpensively or enjoy a staycation, you’ll be able to as long as you plan it right. The first thing you may want to do is reassess what you think a vacation is, based on your budget.

Don’t Get Stuck on Your Destination

Instead of choosing your destination first, set your budget and the timeline before doing anything else. Then go look for deals based on that situation. Use sites like Booking.com, Tripadvisor, and others to find deals.

Skip Tourist Spots

It might sound strange, but you can travel to so many places that right now aren’t known tourist spots but are still amazing and fun. You can stay in a five star hotel in the Philippines for less than $150 a night, but you can rent an entire apartment in Thailand for a month for $650.

Keep Your Dates Open

When you want to book a vacation away from home, you may want to be flexible about the dates so that you can get a better deal. There are even last-minute vacation options and if you’re willing to wait until the last minute to choose, it can save you as much as 80 percent. Check out Lastminutetravel.com for some ideas.

Go Off Season

Plenty of vacation spots are still fun and amazing in the off-season. In fact, in many cases, you may enjoy it more because there are shorter lines and fewer people. You will also save money.

Avoid The Week-end

From Friday to Monday, everything is more expansive, particularly hotels and transportation.

Clear Your Browser

If you search for tickets and vacations but don’t buy, chances are the next time you search, prices will go up. The best way to fix this problem is to clear your browser or use an incognito window while you’re shopping around.

Go Backpacking

You can go backpacking around the world and stay in hostels inexpensively. Sometimes vacations don’t have to look like luxury but will still be full of adventure and fun. Learn more by going to Hostels.com.

Final Word

Going on vacation is fun, and in some ways it’s a necessity. Finding time to rest, to see new things, and to get your mind off the normal daily grind is essential to good health – both mentally and physically. You can go on a vacation, even on the cheap, if you plan it right.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s