Made your travel plans for 2023 yet?
If not, Cyber Monday will offer plenty of great opportunities and excellent deals to motivate you to get that beach, mountain or overseas vacation booked.
Many companies have announced fantastic Black Friday and Cyber Monday travel deals. We’ve rounded up some of the best deals we could find.
13 Cyber Monday Travel Deals
One of the internet’s most popular travel sites currently is offering Late Escape Deals where you can save 15% or more on select hotels at destinations all over the world.
Paris, Dubai, New York City, Miami, Cancun and many more locales can be booked between now and Jan. 3, 2023.
2. G Adventures
This company is known for its planned itinerary adventures to places all over the world. G Adventures currently offers up to 30% off through its Cyber Sale — with deals on adventure tours on every continent. For example:
That’s just a small sample of the countless destinations that G Adventures offers. For this particular sale, you have until Nov. 30 to book for select trips departing no later than April 30, 2023.
3. Margaritaville at Sea
You can’t wait until Monday for this one. The Margaritaville at Sea Paradise cruise ship set sail in May 2022, and they are gearing up for their first Black Friday sale.
Margaritaville at Sea is offering all-inclusive four- or six-night cruise packages starting at $349 per person. You’ll cruise to the Grand Bahama Island and stay at Wyndham Fortuna Beach or Grand Lucayan Resort. As part of the sale, a free upgrade includes an express pass for priority boarding, unlimited drinks and two-way transfers.
They are also offering two-night cruises to the Bahamas starting at $49 per night, and kids sail free.
Teachers, veterans and first responders can cruise for free on the Margaritaville at Sea through the end of 2023.
4. Holland America
Not to be outdone, the Holland America cruise line currently offers 40% off many cruises to Alaska, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and more. Many deals also include kids for free.
5. Insight Vacations
If you have high-end tastes, Insight Vacations might be right up your alley. This company offers guided tours with small groups to help you make the most of your vacation to destinations all over the world.
They are currently offering 15% off all tours if you book before Dec. 5. Take a nine-day Highlights of Spain tour for $2,050. Spend 10 days on a Best of California tour for $4,033. Or take 14 days on a Best of Ireland and Scotland tour for $4,253.
Insight Vacations says their “classic tour” option averages 33 people per trip, while you can upgrade to their “small group” tour with less than 24 people.
6. REI Adventures
You might know them for their outdoor clothing and gear, but REI will also help you plan your adventure trip too. They are currently offering 20% off trips booked by Nov. 21.
REI Adventure’s travel deals are designed to keep you moving. Spend six days hiking and camping in Arches and Canyonlands. Go cycling for 10 days in Death Valley. Or go hiking for four days in Tucson and the Sonoran Desert.
Prices range from $1,399 to $3,299 for REI members, depending on the trip. Non-members can expect to pay a few hundred dollars more per trip.
Before you book, consider traveling during shoulder season when destinations are cheaper and less crowded.
For starters, you can save 20% off at hotels all across the world — from Playa Del Carmen to Punta Cana to Phoenix to New York City. Priceline members (it’s free) can also save $100 when they spend $500 or more by using the discount code FRIDAY100 between Nov. 22 and Nov. 25.
8. Omni Hotels and Resorts
The Omni brand is currently offering an Escape and Save Black Friday sale in which you’ll receive 15% off at its hotels when you stay two nights or more.
Omni has locations all across the United States, including Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Louisville, Amelia Island, Florida and many more.
9. Cheap Caribbean
Cheap Caribbean has vacation package deals throughout the month of November.
You can book a three-night stay at a Caribbean resort starting at $149 per person. Or go the all-inclusive route starting at $349 per person for three nights. Cheap Caribbean says if you add airfare and hotel transportations you’ll save even more.
10. Vacation Express
Another great option for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals comes through Vacation Express, which offers many destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean.
They are offering up to 35% off at Bougainvillea Barbados, up to 54% off at the Golden Parnassus Resort and Spa in Cancun, 15% off Royalton Negril Resort with one kid and one teen free, up to 50% off at the Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort in Saint Lucia, plus many others.
Required booking dates vary by deal, but most deals expire sometime between the end of November and the end of December.
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Are exotic vacations your thing? Well, Exottica might be for you. The adventure tour company has a wide range of Black Friday deals to unique destinations — many of which are up to 70% off.
You can choose an 11-day tour through Morocco for $1,399 per person (regularly $4,679), a 10-day tour through ancient Rome destinations for $1,499 (regularly $4,999) or a 10-day safari through Kenya for $1,999 (regularly $6,699).
Exoticca also offers tours through Greece, Thailand, Ireland, Costa Rica, Argentina and many other countries.
Xantarra offers “legendary travel with a softer footprint” to many national parks in the western United States, as well as smaller cruise lines and railway vacations.
Between Nov. 22 and Nov. 29, they offer a variety of deals with partners. From 30% off on rooms on the Grand Canyon’s south rim to 25% off rooms and hotels in Yellowstone National Park to 30% off rooms at Cedar Creek Lodge just outside of Glacier National Park.
13. Celebrity Cruises
With Celebrity Cruises, you can travel to destinations all over the world.
The cruise line’s Black Friday sale offers 75% off a second guest, plus up to $800 off per stateroom and up to $800 on-board credit per stateroom.
Robert Bruce is a senior writer for The Pointypress.