Did you know that multiple studies and surveys show that one in three Canadians are guilty of not using all their allotted vacation time? Here’s one such study from ADP.
Why bring this up? It’s hard to believe it but we are already halfway through 2019! As we head into the summer months, it is easy to let time get away from us. We get caught up with barbeques, outdoor activities and of course summer vacations. Before we know it, the cold weather will start creeping in and Christmas shopping ads will be playing.
Here some ideas for those who still need to book a vacation in 2019
July – August- September
A Cruise to Alaska. This is the best time of the year to take an Alaskan Cruise. The relaxed pace, expansive views and majestic wildlife sets the stage for a vacation to remember.
Discover your own backyard. Canada has so much to offer, city stays, beaches, wilderness and epic journey’s like the Rocky Mountaineer. After all, we have lots to be proud of! #wethenorth
October- November – December
Fall foliage cruise in Eastern Canada and New England. Take in the stunning colours while dining on fresh crab cakes and lobster.
Look South. Maybe this is the year to start a new family holiday tradition. Make memories and enjoy the sunshine while the northern hemisphere starts to cool down.
Looking ahead to 2020
It’s not too early to look at your travel plans for next year. In fact, the cruise lines already have their itineraries out for well into 2021 and those who book early get the best choices of stateroom and the cruise line’s best offer.
If you are planning to travel South in February or March, it is peak season so, the best kid-friendly and adults-only resorts fill up quickly. We recommend our travellers to take advantage of our partners’ early booking bonuses now to lock in the preferred rates and secure a vacation that suites their needs.
What are you waiting for? Let’s get planning.