The average tax refund, according to the IRS is $3,120 and over 82% of tax returns result in a refund.
But what are the best ways to use these dollars for a great vacation? Here are eight ideas to get you started:
We know, it’s not the right time of year now to see the Aurora borealis, but Iceland is one of those “book well ahead” destinations. The best time for seeing these celestial wonders is between October and March, peaking in the winter months when nights are longer.
Summer is the best time to visit, when it's not as hot south of the equator. Putting your tax return toward checking this off your bucket list? Priceless!
Everybody loves vacations in Ireland. The countryside is just gorgeous, the food is great, the people are warm, and the pub life is unforgettable. But imagine all of that and getting to bed down in authentic castles at the end of every evening. It’s a wee bit of heaven.
Enjoy a few days of café society followed by the spectacular countryside of southern France. Benjamin Franklin famously declared, “Every man has two countries and one of them is France.”
This exotic getaway will leave you speechless, then send you home with stories to tell. Visit the extraordinary Angkor Wat ruins (at over 400 acres, the largest religious monument in the world).
Explore England’s quaint Cotswolds and take high tea in Westminster Abbey. Don’t forget to do some of that London shopping!
Banish your tax season blues with a sun soaked Mexican vacation! Unwind in Puerto Vallarta, Playa del Carmen, Cancun, or Cabo San Lucas. Check out our selection of all-inclusive packages so you can leave your wallet and cares behind!
We’d be lion if we said this wasn’t on almost everyone’s bucket list. Explore South Africa’s wine country then go for daily safari drives where you can see predators and prey in their natural habitat.
No matter where you want to go, we have affordable vacations that will get you there and back. You’ll have such a great time, you’ll be thinking about next year’s tax refund on the way home!