Summer is the typical time people consider traveling. However, it is always wonderful to have something to look forward to in the middle of winter. In fact, traveling during the winter can also provide great cost savings, too—especially to the Exumas. As you think through your winter travels, use these ideas for your winter sightseeing in Exuma trip.
Benefits of a Winter Trip
Traveling during the winter, or in many places, the “off-season,” has several benefits. First and foremost is the cost savings. If you are not tied to a date, you can research flight prices and choose a time with inexpensive flights. Commonly, a good rule of thumb is to look at flying out on Tuesdays, but every airline is different. Begin to monitor flights and jump on great opportunities.
When it comes to weather in the Exumas, the traditional winter that would bring snow, ice, and cool temperatures across the globe is different. Average high temperatures are in the low 80s and high 70s. Rain is also low, making it great weather for sightseeing or bonefishing.
One of the top ways you will save on your winter trip to the Exumas is with great flight prices. But that’s not all! Many resorts and hotels provide great savings on rooms during the off-season. You can explore hotels and resorts on the Exumas
and ask for winter prices. With plenty of time to plan, you have flexibility on dates, which can help with booking on a budget.
Given that you will have nearly six months to plan your trip to the Exumas, start a separate savings for your trip. Think of areas you can cut down, such as reducing a daily coffee run to a few times a week. It will all add up over time. It is also helpful to review some of the things you would like to see and do during your trip, so you know how much to save.
The Exumas is a beautiful place to travel. One of the stops to add on your trip is Stocking Island. This beach is the perfect place for crystal clear waters and white sand, as well as diving and snorkeling. People from all over the globe flock to this island to see its rich coral. Also, the Exumas is also known for its swimming pigs. That’s right! Located in the Big Major Cay, once discovered, many were fascinated by these pigs. It is a fun adventure for the entire family. For great sightseeing, be sure to stop in Georgetown. It is the capital of the islands with historic landmarks, shopping, great food, and much more. Explore sea activities and enjoying Exuma sightseeing boats
for your trip.
Whether you need a guide for sightseeing, would love to enjoy a day of exhilarating bonefishing, or a relaxing beach massage, Bonefish Drex has you covered. Specializing in every part of your trip, we will make your winter trip a memorable one. Call us today at 242-357-0243 to get started with your itinerary today!