Friday, 19 July 2013

The Guide to Successful Off Season Travel

No matter who you are or what you do we all need a holiday from time to time. 
If you don’t know when you’re going to have some time off, booking last minute flights and accommodation during peak holiday periods is an expensive business!

That’s why we love to travel off season here at The MYOB Show! 
Off season travel is perfect for freelancers and self employed folk who don’t have to fit into rigid holiday patterns.

Hate a busy beach?

Why is it so good?

Plane, train and boat prices are cheaper. Accommodation is cheaper. Hotels and popular attractions are less busy. Temperatures will be hot but not too hot. There is more choice for the late booker (which is great for those of us who can only book holiday's at the last minute). Plus for those who can there are also great prices if you book early.
Sick of busy Holiday Traffic?
Who’s on the show?

Presenter: Dom O'Neill - long time freelancer and seasoned traveller who has travelled throughout Australia, North America, Africa and Europe.

 Producer: Alistair Goodier - who has a great knowledge of European and middle Eastern travel.

On today’s show we discover how you know when off season will be?  Where you can find the best deals? What are the dangers of travelling off season and some top tips to ensure your off season holiday is a success!

That what’s happening on today’s MYOB Show!

Want to know more about great value travel and making the most out of your time off? Check out our travel blogs...

How to bag a bargain Holiday
Watch Out for Wet Seasons
What is a Staycation?
I hope they help,

Dom O'Neill

What is the MYOB Show?

MYOB Show is here to help you live the dream! We are the most honest and realistic show dedicated to giving you all the info you need to kick start your career in the arts, media and creative industries. MYOB Show is on the radio & online as an on-demand radio programme. The show is full of useful tips, discussions and information to help folk like yourself adjust to life after the 9-5.

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