I don’t want to feed into any stereotypes here, but if you live in Canada you know how cold it can get here in the winter. It’s no wonder that so many of us travel to South America for the winter during this time. It’s practically a necessity when you’re dealing with six months of rain (if you’re from Vancouver), -40 weather (if you’re from Alberta) and blizzards (if you’re from Toronto).
Many people opt for an all-inclusive experience during the winter, but there are so many ways to explore and relax south of the equator. Did you know that in addition to an all-inclusive experience, Air Transat now offers home and apartment rentals? It’s the perfect option for you to truly customize your trip – whether you are travelling alone or with a large group.
Feeling adventurous and wanted to step outside the all-inclusive option? Try a cruise packages and various guided tours in different regions of the south. Maybe you want a little bit of both? If so, the Experience Duo program provides both options. You can have optimal beach time AND still participate in cultural excursions. If you are travelling with your family, this can be a great option because you’re getting the best of both worlds, making all parties happy!
I’m not just referring to a typical Caribbean destination either. Air Transat offers flights to 35 destinations in the southern hemisphere including Honduras, Colombia and Nicaragua. To all my Vancouverites, you can fly to Los Cabos, Mexico.
I know many of you often worry that you can’t get to these destinations because it’s more expensive depending on whether you are living in the East or West of Canada The good news is that Air Transat flies from 22 Canadian cities during the winter, making your getaway more accessible than you may think. To find out more about Air Transat’s selection of trips to the south, check out www.airtransat.com.
San Salvador, El Salvador