Budget, Holiday, Vacation
With a high demand for travel in warm months—peak travel season—also come seasonal (and often higher prices) for transportation and lodging. Getting somewhere and staying there is usually less expensive during the fall and winter. If costs are an issue when considering travel, then an off-peak season sojourn can be an opportunity to save and get more enjoyable experiences for less money. Off-peak months in the U.S. are approximately September through March, the core fall and winter months, which is also when most schools are still in session.