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Where the Travel Pros Are Going This Fall — All the Hottest Destinations


Wondering where to go for fall fun? These 8 destinations are sure to help you close out the year in the best way

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If this view doesn't make you want to book a fall trip, then there's no hope.

Now that we’ve entered mid-September, it’s officially time to finalize your fall travel plans before it’s too late. Wondering why you should pick this season to travel? Allow us to enlighten you.

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In addition to the fact that you can now travel to some of the world’s hotter destinations without fear of melting into a puddle, you can alternately use the opportunity as a break from the rapidly dropping temperatures in the northern parts of the United States. Fall also happens to be the offseason for numerous cities and countries, meaning you can travel with more elbow room and return home with more money in your pocket.

Plus, it’s important to keep in mind that there’s only about three months left in the year, so now is the time to decide how you’ll use all those vacation days you’ve been saving up for no reason — especially since you now have 8 great reasons to use them up right here.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


Summer travel is selling out in some places — see what's already booked and where

Fueled by Covid vaccines, flexible cancellation policies and people yearning to break free from home, the summer travel season is already booming for some parts of the travel industry.

A survey from research company Toluna indicates Americans are gaining confidence to travel with each passing month, with 27% comfortable to travel in April and 42% by July.

But a sudden surge in bookings shows many people are locking in reservations and rates before it's too late.


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