Vacation Destinations That Won’t Break The Bank

in Argentina, Australia, Hawaii, Travel Deals, Trip Locations

It seems that every week we discuss in some way how the economy is effecting travel prices.

This week is no different as the dollar continues to strengthen against foreign currencies, flight prices lower to fill planes and hotels throw out deal after deal in order to entice travelers to book accommodations. So where are some of the best places to visit while the travel industry is in this cheap-for-travelers lull? This week we take a look at places in the world that are the best for making your dollars last.

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is a great place to visit if you want to learn tango, eat steak and sip back on some of the best wines in the world. Right now however, the strength of the dollar is very high against the staggering peso in Argentina. In 2001 this travel destination was equally pitted against the dollar and while this isn’t likely to change, it is one of the cheapest places in the world to stretch your travel budget. Book now and cash in on some of the lowest prices on hotels in Buenos Aires.

Cancun, Mexico
Just one year ago, if you traveled to Cancun your dollar would earn you 98 pesos. Now, you’ll find yourself with 135 in your pocket. Mexico’s white sand beaches, margaritas, gorgeous cultures and the experiences that await you there are only going to get more expensive as time goes on. Visit Cancun this year and enjoy the vacation of a lifetime.

Sydney, Australia
Australia hasn’t always been cheap and it isn’t likely to stay cheap either. Right now the dollar is stronger than the Australian dollar by 40% compared to last year. And, flight prices to the outback are cheaper than they’ve ever been. Hotel prices, flights and activities in Sydney will be as cheap as they’re likely to get in future years. Book your Australian vacation now!

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