“Dare to go where others aren’t. Now that we’ve emerged from the pandemic, people are flocking back to old favorites and cities. Consider bucking the trend and going to less popular destinations to reap the rewards of fewer people, lower prices, and more authentic experiences.
In Mexico, demand has leveled off in traditional beach destinations (including Riviera Maya, Tulum, Puerto Vallarta, Punta de Mita, and Los Cabos), which means opportunities are arising for more reasonable rates. Or, take it one step further and head to more remote destinations like the peaceful town of Bacalar, the wellness-focused Costa Careyes, and beyond.” “My biggest tip is to book early and always purchase travel insurance. Doing this means you can usually score the best options at the best prices, and by insuring your trip, you take a lot of the stress out of travel. Before working in travel, I never purchased insurance, but now I see the importance of it every day. Flight cancellations and delays are more and more common these days, but when your trip is insured (and you’ve worked with a great travel advisor), you can breathe easier knowing those issues can be worked through — and you won’t be losing thousands of dollars when they arise!”