Shoulder-Season Travel: A Look Back

As the world turns, so do its shoulder seasons. Below is an overview of our guides to these migrating wonderlands of low costs, thin crowds, and heavenly adventures.
From Australia to Zanzibar, the world is your oyster  (Photodisc; Zanzibar Tourism)
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Shouldering Up to Thailand's Land of Smiles
Giving in to the magnetic allure of Thailand is a no-brainer, but going when the crowds are at a low is the Mensa-worthy goal.


Enter Vietnam's Land of Opportunity

Unlock the mysteries of Southeast Asia's adventurous hinterlands without the headaches—and high costs—of high-season travel.


Secrets of the Shoulder Season: The Caribbean

Our bi-monthly column kicks off with quick-trip advice for Jamaica, the British Virgin Islands, Honduras, Belize, and more.


The Wonders of Oz

The Attainable Australia: Scuba in the Great Barrier Reef off the Daintree Rainforest, see Uluru for dollars a day, peer down at Sydney by sea plane...


Europe, Your Way

Welcome to Europe in the fall, when the crowds thin, the prices plummet, and the itineraries abound. Special profiles of the Azores, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, sample itineraries, a best-of article archive, and more!


Into (the Inexpensive) Africa

From the continent's southernmost tip to the expansive Serengeti, stellar advice for living out spying the Big Five, dangling off Table Mountain, and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.


Shoulder Season Spotlight: East Africa

Kenya and Tanzania comprise some of Africa's best safari terrain. But reaching the bush need not break your bank... PLUS: The beaches of Zanzibar.


Shoulder Seasoning South American Style

Zoom in on two of the continent's most beloved and bewildering travel destinations: Peru and Brazil, where dizzying heights, historic locales, and all forms of giddy intoxication await the intrepid traveler.


Round-the-World Travel

Live the life-long dream. Take a peek at our ten tips to scoring the ideal around-the-globe airline ticket.

Published: 8 Sep 2005 | Last Updated: 5 May 2011
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication

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