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Fall Travel Destinations for Canadians

Posted on 04 November 2016

Fall Travel Destinations for Canadians

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Do the short days and rain gotcha down? Us too. Secretly searching for flights and packing a holiday wardrobe into a bag have become our rainy Saturday guilty pleasures. But if you want to go beyond dreamland and actually book a lil holiday away, where to go? The world is large, time is precious, and funds....well they're probably limited. Part of our job is jet setting to cool locales (try not to hate us, we do work really hard while we're there!) so we've seen a good chunk of the world by now. Want to see where we would go if we only had $1200... and a week to spare? The answers may not surprise you at all, as we tend to wear our love for these places on our sleeve!

Cabarete, Dominican Republic Fall travel destinations for Canadians
There's a reason (ok, like a million) that our business is half based out of Cabarete, Dominican Republic. Fantastic surf, world class kitesurfing, inexpensive accommodation and so much to do you don't know why you'd ever leave. A room in a nice house on airbnb starts at around $20 CAD a night. $50 or $60 a night will get you a small studio or apartment, or a basic hotel room. Return flights range from $600 to $800 bucks. Our recommendation? Book a cheap flight into Puerto Plata airport, stay in an inexpensive airbnb where you can cook, and spend the rest of your money on cheap Dominican street snacks like BBQ chicken, cold beers from the grocery store and a rented surfboard.

Cerritos Beach Baja California Fall travel destinations for Canadians
Pescadero, Baja California del Sur
A cute little Mexican town sandwiched between Todos Santos, and Cerritos beach. So you can choose: authentic Mexican experience, artsy boho town, or incredible surf beach. They're all right there. Airbnb rentals start at around $30 a night. A steal of a deal if you ask us, especially because you have the deserted beaches of the baja to explore! Oh, and tacos are cheap like borscht, so you can knock back on fresh Mexican cuisine for about $3 Canadian for three fat, stuffed tacos. If you can survive off tacos and local beer alone (we know we can, and have) then you are set for a steal of a holiday!

Rincon Puerto Rico Fall travel destinations for Canadians
Rincon, Puerto Rico

Rincon is a cool little surf town about two hours from the capital of San Jose. There are tons of American expats who live there, and there are several great breaks close to town. Accommodation in a hostel starts at around $20 USD a night, and there are plenty of cheap fruit stands where you can stock up on bananas, coconuts, cabbage, eggs, carrots, papaya and mangos for a fraction of the price of those items in Canada. Puerto Rico is a great place to visit if your Spanish is a little shaky (or non-existent). Most Puerto Ricans speaks both Spanish and English, and the road signs are MUCH easier to follow than in the Dominican Republic, mostly because they actually have them. Oh, and you can find very inexpensive flights from Eastern Canada, or Miami. So get searching, and get packing, because there is a fall destination for you!


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