Although the sight of autumn leaves and commuters donning their winter coasts may signal the start of hibernation season for some travellers, for others it’s the best excuse yet to make a break for sunnier climes and fend off the onset of the winter blues. (Featured image is by jonrawlinson)
HostelsClub.com is offering a number of accommodation deals around the world for holidaymakers looking for a budget break in the sun. Here’s a roundup of just a few of the best.
Papara, Tahiti from £29
Explore the paradise island of Tahiti, with a stay at the Taharuu Surf Lodge, Papara, from as little as £29 per person, per night.
Take in the wonders of nature on offer including high, rugged mountain peaks, coral reefs, turquoise-blue lagoons, white sand and palm-fringed beaches.
Tahiti offers year-round sunshine, so travellers can experience that summer feeling whenever they choose to visit.
Cape Town, South Africa from just £4.50
Where better to get your dose of winter sun, than one of South Africa’s three recognised capitals, Cape Town, where holidaymakers can bask in warm weather until February. Stay at the Riverlodge Backpackers Hostel, Cape Town from just £4.50 per person, per night based on one room only.
Indulge in a range of exciting activities from swimming with sharks to wine tasting, or just kick back and relax on one of Cape Town’s beautiful beaches.
Cusco, Peru from just £3 per night
Home to the famed Inca ruins at Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cusco is the perfect place to soak up both the sun and ancient history. Stay at the Dream Hostel from as little as £3 per person, per night.
Sample traditional culinary delights or take a walk on the wild side with a jungle trek.
Melbourne, Australia from just £19
Visit the dynamic city of Melbourne, home to cafe culture, the famous Great Ocean Road and much more. You can stay at the All Nations Backpackers Hostel, Melbourne from just £19 per person, per night.
Trade in a traditional Christmas dinner for a BBQ on the beach or visit a national park and see kangaroos in their natural habitat.