With each New Year comes a fresh list of low-cost destinations to visit. These not-as-popular locales draw budget travelers thanks to inexpensive flights and accommodations, enticing food cultures and free activities. Here are the latest spots that won’t drain your 2018 travel budget.
Aside from the obvious affordability of Mexico thanks to its proximity to the States, our neighbor to the south also offers a plethora of reasonable beachside resorts in towns like Cabo San Lucas.
Despite the exotic draw of Mexico, highlighted by its warm, sunny beaches, Canada should not be ruled out as a just-as-exciting option. The Canadian dollar is exercising excellent value against U.S. currency, meaning hotel rates dropped and ski and other adventure excursions are loads cheaper than similar activities in the States.
Flights from the East Coast to this Western European country are shockingly low and, once on land, the cities of Porto and Lisbon offer healthy doses of culture at fair prices.
Travel restrictions for Americans aside, Cuba is an extremely inexpensive vacation destination for what you get out of the country. With increased competition among airlines, flights to the land of mojitos, cigars and colorful street art are modest.
If you’re on an overnight flight, a considerably long flight or lucky enough to score a business- or first-class seat on a plane, you’ll likely receive an in-flight amenity kit, which might contain travel-sized versions of basic necessities like an eye mask, earplugs and hand lotion. Here are some of the industry’s best amenity kits.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
You’ve booked your flights, you’ve found your hotel, you’ve spent the last six months dreaming about your trip. One problem? You don’t know what to do once you get there. If only there was an app that acted as your own personal tour guide, that led you to the city’s top sights and hidden gems, helping you make remarkable discoveries …
There isn’t much to celebrate or expect when booking an economy seat these days as most perks and benefits have become pay-per-use for the majority of airlines, but Air New Zealand is looking for ways to treat its economy passengers as well as its business- and first-class passengers by considering lie-flat seating options for all classes.