Yes, It’s Actually Possible To Save Money On Last-Minute Summer Vacations

Vacations are expensive and stressful to organize. So the wise traveler looks up flights and hotels a year in advance to get the best deals. Luckily, for lazy and indecisive people like you— who didn’t take a few minutes from months of Netflix binge watching to plan a summer vacation—there’s still hope.

Here are 5 ways to save money on summer vacations even if it’s last minute… brought to you by Palm Beach Resort.

1. Visit places within driving distance

Your rich friends are in Coron. The party freaks flew to Boracay. All the hipsters are on their way to La Union or Baler. Go for a place like Palm Beach Resort in Laiya. San Juan, Batangas. It’s less than 3 hours away from Manila, making it a convenient vacation destination for tourists.

2. Travel with family and friends

The more is always the merrier—plus there’s more people to split the cost of travel, accommodation, food, and other travel miscellaneous.

Palm Beach Resort is perfect for large groups. They have these gorgeous casas that can house up to 25 guests all the essential amenities. Wheelchair accessible rooms for the disabled and elderly are available if you’re traveling with grandparents.

3. Go for an all-inclusive resort

Most all-inclusive resorts include almost everything for a pretty low price – that includes accommodation, food and drinks, and even entertainment and activities. Palm Beach Resort provides leisure and convenience for all types of guests, right within their compound.

Adrenaline junkies can enjoy the vehicles and equipment for kayaking and snorkeling. Older folks will love the sun loungers, cabanas, infinity pools, and Jacuzzi. Kids will go crazy with the outdoor playground and newly built water slide. At the end of the day, everyone can enjoy great dinners at the dining pavilion.


Palm Beach Resort is offering day tours for their guests. For a minimal amount you can rent out banana boats, speed boats, and glass-bottomed boats for some island hopping.

There’s also an obstacle course as well as climbing and rappelling walls if you’re feeling a little physical. The whole gang can play beach volleyball and other games at the team building area.

5. Stay on a weekday

It’s common knowledge that everything is pricier and booked during weekends. So go on a weekday. There’s less traffic and most tourists are still working or studying in the city. Also, this resort in Laiya, San Juan, Batangas is offering special weekday rates as well as other resort deals and packages on their website.

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