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There’s not really a bad time to visit the magic of Latin America, but timing your explore right can make a huge difference if you want to make the most of it and also make some money there.
And according to Kayak, the best month to investigate three of the country’s most cherished areas is immediately approaching!
The company’s information- based” Best Time To Travel” resource estimates that May is the ideal time to visit Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay because of lower rates, fewer crowds, and beautiful conditions. But, if you’ve yet to make those doubts, you’ll need to move quickly!
And if you do n’t believe me, come along with me as I walk you through all the benefits of visiting these three stunning countries in May as well as some rough estimates of how much you will be spending on a last-minute trip to Latin America this spring.
With temperatures that common 64°F ( 18 ) °C and lots of crowdless attractions to discover, Brazil in May is nothing short of a traveler’s sanctuary– not to mention it’s cheaper, also!
Even the most financially conscious of travelers will have the opportunity to enjoy its iconic landmarks because flight charges for this upcoming month will begin at simply$ 172.
These are the average prices for round-trip economy tickets from eight of the biggest U.S. cities to Brazil as of the time of writing this article ( be aware that these figures may change over time, but they should n’t be too significant over the course of a month ):
City of DeparturePrice Of The Average Economy Ticket ( May ) New York$ 514 Los Angeles$ 572 Chicago$ 592 San Francisco$ 636 Boston$ 496Houston$ 572As expected, lodging is set to be even less expensive, with plenty of gorgeous hotels offering rooms and a hearty breakfast for just under$ 60 per night.
Next up we have Chile, a country known for its fantastic food, awe- inspiring sights, and the fact that in May, it becomes the ultimate budget- friendly heaven.
Finding cute little apartments for just a little over$ 20 or$ 30 is not at all uncommon, and for less than$ 50, you’ll not only get into some of Booking’s most highly- rated hotels, but you’ll probably get breakfast thrown into the package, too.
These are some of the lower-end prices for round-trip tickets you can expect this May in terms of airfare:
City of Departure ( May ) New York$ 533 Los Angeles$ 351 Chicago$ 377 San Francisco$ 440 Boston$ 380 Houston$ 620Ask me to add that May is your last chance to visit Chile during the spring-summer months without the dreaded wet season.
Last but not least, we have one of Latin America’s most massively underrated destinations – Uruguay.
The often- overlooked country not only boasts the same stunning sights you’d expect in, say, Brazil or Argentina, but it’s also one of the safest places you’ll find in the entire region ( along with Chile ).
I do want to point out, however, that travel costs to Uruguay, in general, are a bit higher compared to the two other countries, but one thing remains true – May is the cheapest time to book those tickets.
Depending on where you are located, what you can anticipate spending on yours is:
May’s City of DepartureTicket ( May ) New York$ 650 Los Angeles$ 520$ 520 Chicago$ 520$ 460 Washington, DC,$ 888 Boston$ 930 Houston$ 320 City of DepartureTicket ( May ) New York$ 630
What’s more, travel is n’t the only cost you can cut back on if you schedule your Uruguay visit next month.
A quick search on Booking will reveal some fantastic little apartments that rent for as little as$ 35, whereas more traditional, facility-filled hotels rarely surpass the$ 120 mark.
Megi CancoHaving explored over 20 countries in the last 3 years, Megi is committed to bringing the freshest, most up- to- date news and perspectives on the world’s most fascinating destinations.
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