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Your Ultimate Guide To A Last-Minute Summer Vacation

July 11, 2018

Vacation opportunities can present themselves at unexpected times. This is especially true when you thought you wouldn't be able to swing a vacation this summer.

Luckily, you can still manage to get a jumpstart on a last-minute vacation while sticking to a budget. Here's how you can still land a dream vacation this summer even when planning at the last minute.

Book flights through the right websites
When you're booking a flight for a vacation, it's a good idea to book as early as possible to get the best deals. But this doesn't mean the only flights available to you for a last-minute vacation need to be incredibly expensive.

To keep yourself from breaking the bank on a plane ticket, be sure to scour booking websites that specialize in last-minute flights. This will help you find the best possible deals compared to your average booking website. What's more, some last-minute booking sites also come with deals on rental cars.

Be as flexible as possible
One of the key points to remember about planning a last-minute vacation is that you'll need to be flexible. Because you're looking for a spontaneous trip, you'll more than likely be unable to book a flight that's on a more convenient day.

But don't let those inconvenient days stop you! Instead, book your flight dates as necessary and then take off those days from work instead of the other way around.

Book an all-inclusive vacation
It's a good idea to book at an all-inclusive resort when you're planning a vacation at the last minute. This is because you can end up spending too much money on food and travel when you haven't been able to plan your vacation ahead of time.

All-inclusive resorts such as Alaska resorts help keep you from buying food impulsively on your vacation. These types of vacations also make traveling more convenient because you don't have to worry about interrupting your day to find a good place to eat.

Although up to 11% of vacationers came to Alaska in 2016 to fish (and why wouldn't you?), there are hundreds of things to do on Alaska vacations. To learn more about luxury lodges and vacation spots in Alaska or to reserve a room at one of our beautiful Alaska resorts, contact Stillpoint Lodge today.

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