The Cheapest Places To Travel To From Vancouver This August

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Cheapest Places To Travel

There are a number of great places to travel from Vancouver year-round; however, we’ve compiled a list of the cheapest places to travel to from Vancouver this August.

As such, all you’ll need to do is ensure you book the tickets as soon as possible in order to reserve the cheapest fare. In addition, make sure that you book your accommodation and tour arrangements pre-arrival.

And, of course, always ensure you give yourself at least 2 hours before any trans-border flight and 3 hours before any international departure.

Bon voyage!

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Cheapest Places To Travel

Los Angeles

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Los Angeles is home to a plethora of phenomenal entertainment venues. There are beautiful beaches, exquisite dining options, luxurious shopping areas, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Once you are in California there are a multitude of other tourist destinations to discover.

You can make your way to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Seaworld, Legoland, and many others. Best of all? A round-trip ticket cost you a total of $383 CAD including all taxes and fees from Vancouver.

Las Vegas

Las Vegas / Cheapest Places To TravelVegas is the best place isn’t just for bachelor or bachelorette parties its also a great place to go with a group of friends or family to get in some quality time together and cut loose. From the main strip and the fabulous pool parties, to the nearby Grand Canyon and breathtaking desert, Vegas offers a diverse and beautiful experience.

And, best of all, a ticket there will cost as little at $322 CAD this August. In fact, some packages that include hotel won’t cost much more, leaving you with more cash to kick up your heels!

Kelowna

Kelowna / Cheapest Places to travel

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Do you simply not have a car and need to getaway somewhere cheap? Visit Kelowna! Not only is this gem an absolute wine paradise, but it offers an array of activities to enjoy. With a beautiful, waterfront downtown area lined by soaring mountains, the city is the perfect backdrop for a relaxing getaway.

In addition, it is close to a number of other amazing destinations, too. As such it is only a short drive to some other fun experiences and relaxing afternoons.  What’s more, tickets are as little as $139 CAD return including tax this July.

Boston

Cheapest Places to travel

Discover some of the oldest historical monuments in North America in this truly unique city. Also, explore the famous Harvard campus, as well as the hotel that JFK proposed to Jackie O at. Dine on scrumptious seafood, including mouthwatering Boston Clam Chowder and scrumptious lobster. Finish a day of whirlwind sightseeing with a baseball game at legendary Fenway Park. Does it get better thatn this? Best of all: a return ticket will cost you as little as $467 CAD this August!

San Fransisco

San Francisco / Cheapest Places to travel

It is one of the most famous tourist cities in the United States: this oceanside city is full of all kinds of fun. There’s an aquarium at the bay, caricature drawings, city tours, boating adventures, eateries, shopping, whale and sea lion watching, and oodles more. Iconic and towering 65-stories high, San Francisco wouldn’t be the same without the Golden Gate Bridge. And, a return trip from Vancouver costs $477 CAD total this August.

Portland

Cheappest Places To Travel

Craft beers, anyone? Portland has the answer. And, while this fun destination can be reached by car, the flight is very direct, short and sweet. What’s more, the city is nestled in one of the most beautiful states in the USA. In addition, you can drown in all of the unique craft beers and gourmet food trucks a person can possibly handle. The flight will only cost just over $300 CAD return this August including taxes from Vancouver.

Looking for some fun things to do locally? Check out this comprehensive list of 101 things to do in Vancouver this summer!

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