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4 Affordable Fall Getaways – Cheap Travel Options Outside of America

4 Affordable Fall Getaways – Cheap Travel Options Outside of America

If you are looking to escape the summer with an autumn adventure, these 4 affordable fall getaways will give an escape. These cheap travel options will get you outside of America on budget. Plus, you’ll definitely cross some locations off your bucket list!

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Head to Edinburgh, Scotland thanks to the insanely cheap airfares currently being advertised by WOW Air. The line is offering $69 one-way fares to many European cities and this trans-Atlantic location is one of them. If you’re worried about lodging abroad, tourists and travelers still have a favorable exchange rate in the United Kingdom post-Brexit. Time your affordable fall getaway to Scotland just before November to avoid the cold weather.


Indulge in the fall festivals in India during the sublime weather period. The crowds will be thinner and you’ll enjoy less risk post-monsoon season. Keep in mind that flooding may still be an issue, but a simple check of local reports before you book should help ensure a smooth trip. Adventurers can enjoy Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights or the Pushkar Camel Fair in Rajasthan on a budget during the fall season.


Step out on trails and hike the Inca Trail during the more affordable autumn travel season in Cusco, Peru. The rainy season starts in late November, so book in October to early November. IF you book in October, you’ll enjoy Cusco’s Tourist Week. Expect more crowds, but the city will be alive with special events. Plus, you can take your love for Halloween-esque events to the area to celebrate All Saints’ Day and Dia de los Muertos.

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Canada is a favorite location to explore year-round, but there are some big savings to in fall. It’s whale watching season and there will be plenty of festivals. You’ll be able to enjoy 4-star properties for around $100 a night in New Brunswick, but make sure you travel earlier in the autumn if you’re sensitive to the chillier temps. Harvest Jazz, the Blues Festival, and a Food and Wine Festival located in ST. Andrews are a few can’t-miss options.

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