Looking for a Winter Getaway

By: Ilizabeth Sutera

Holidays are over and most of us are cold and thinking about our next vacation. Most of us get very excited when we see great deals posted on the internet, only to realize that the travel is only for the dates we do not want to go. Why? In the travel industry, January - April is called "High Season". This is the time that hotels, airlines, cruises, etc can charge the highest rates because demand is high. Luckily, there are great deals out there for High Season, if you know where to look. They are great deals, but the windows to book them are short.

Since our job is to find the best deals available, we thought we would share some of our findings, just click the link on the deals listed.

Orbitz has a page on their site with all the best airfares through out the U.S - they choose all airfare sales under $200 - check it out!

For those who are looking for something exotic, we have a - check out the website - their are packages as well, these rates are better than usual and New Zealand is a fantastic destination for adventurers, nature lovers and travelers looking for something different.

If you want a quick, inexpensive tropical trip right here in the U.S., check out these deals to Florida:

The Carlton South Beach is offering 50% off with the following bonuses when booked through BookIt.com: Free Drinks ($30) value per day, VIPs passes ($40) per day, Beach Towels and Chairs ($22) value per day Free Breakfast ($20) value per day. The Carlton is right in the middle of the heart and soul of South Beach where it's easy to follow the exciting pulse and spirit of South Beach.

If you are looking for something a little quieter, Travelocity is currently promoting air fare/hotel packages to Daytona, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale and Key West, prices start at $401!

If you are looking for a quick get away with a slower pace than South Beach, take a look at Travelocity's deals focusing on West Palm Beach and the West Coast of Florida.

West Palm Beach is for sun, elegant resorts, golfing and shopping. The West Coast of Florida, known for some of the most beautiful shells in the world, is more laid back, with emerald green ocean. Travelocity has deals all over



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