Friday, June 27, 2008

The best time of the year to visit....

I can't tell you how many times a customer will ask us what the best time of the year is to go to their destination. What's interesting is that it isn't just a matter of seasons being different in the tropics--there's weather patterns that are very different in Fiji vs. Tahiti vs. Hawaii vs. the Caribbean...and I'm not just talking about hurricanes. Pricing varies a lot between low season and high season, and it's very important to know EXACTLY when low season starts, as sometimes moving your departure date for your honeymoon just a few days can save you 20% or so on your air and hotel.

Of course we've written about this in each of our travel guides in a lot of detail, so here's the links straight to those pages for your convenience:


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At 11:06 AM, Blogger roundtheworld said...

Best time to visit Hawaii is winter when it is cold in the midwest. I like Kauai. It's where we spent our honeymoon last month. Another blog I can suggest you tune into is hawaiiphotobank. It has good pictures and things to do. What is your favorite B&B on Kauai?

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