• Consider heading south for the winter


    Travelers looking to make a sunny getaway this winter may want to take a cue from the birds and head south, as the Caribbean is shaping up to be a hot destination over the next several months.

    Though the return to a more normal travel schedule has raised rates a bit since last year's lull drove many hotels and airlines to viciously slash prices, the New York Times is insisting that money saving deals are awaiting the more frugal, but flexible traveler.

    Islands like Grenada and St. Maarten are running island wide promotions that provide extra hotel nights, cash credits and discounts to local attractions including tours.

    Experts recommend booking travel accommodations early to ensure availability, particularly for more exclusive island locales.

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