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When to visit British Columbia

Although summer is still considered the true high season, winter is becoming popular among those who enjoy snow activities. This rise in tourism has made the shoulder seasons even more attractive to those looking to avoid crowds and save money. read more

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  • Save Money With Repositioning Cruises Spring and fall mean transitioning wardrobes—and repositioning ships. See several world regions on one of these sailings, at cheaper per-diem rates than "regular" cruises.
  • Great Destinations for Terrible Weather These trips aren't for everyone. But if crashing, roaring, flashing nature is up your alley, these destinations have dream vacation written all over them.
  • Top Five Off-Peak Destinations for Spring 2010 Take advantage of pleasant weather, fewer crowds, and lower prices to destinations around the world this spring. You may think they are unaffordable, but the low season brings them within reach.
  • Surprise! Extra Fees Are Often Hidden in Rental Car Contracts So you plan on renting a car and possibly taking it out of state on a side trip. That's fine, unless your contract restricts the areas you're allowed to drive. Find out how to avoid surprising charges.
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