Last minute trip planners rejoice – these locations still have plenty of availability!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but there’s still time to save money on vacations to popular destinations across the country and beyond.
Thanksgiving is set to be the busiest travel holiday in the US this year, according to a HomeToGo survey shared with Travel + Leisureand holiday flight prices should reach the highest they’ve been in five years. But that doesn’t mean travelers still can’t find deals, the vacation rental site noted.
“Instead of hosting a family feast at home, many choose to celebrate from the comfort of a getaway in a vacation rental,” Caroline Burns, travel expert and director of public relations at HomeToGo, said in a statement. shared with T+. L
Redeem to popular destinations like maui and Cape Cod for places like Killington, VT, Carolina Beach, NC, Tallahassee, FL, Greenville, SC and Corpus Christi, Texas, where vacationers can still rent homes for less than $250 a night — more than 40% below the average price per night for longer vacation rentals.
In Killington, for example, more than 50% of homes are still available for rent during the holiday season with a median price per night of $239. There, travelers can enjoy the last days of fall before snow begins to blanket the mountains for the ski season.
And in Carolina Beach, known for being one of the best beaches in the state and only 20 minutes by car from the historic center Wilmingtonmore than 40% of rentals remain available with a median price per night of $198.
Another way to save money during the Thanksgiving holiday is to go abroad. To save on a dream warm-weather getaway, travelers should consider Isla Mujereswhich lies just off Cancun. There, HomeToGo said the median price per night is currently $205 with 36% of rental homes still available.
The nightly rates have been calculated with an arrival date between November 20 and November 27, according to the site.
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