Cheapest Places To Internationally Travel From Las Vegas
When you live in a tourist town, sometimes you simply need a break. However, have you ever thought about cheap travel deals that will provide you with the serenity you crave?
Being a globetrotter doesn’t mean you need to break the bank. There are many “cheap travel deals” that provide an escape, a change in scenery and offer you a break from the everyday hustle and bustle.
Although many people come to Las Vegas for vacation, we — Las Vegans — also deserve a vacation that isn’t The Strip or even Laughlin.
Harry Reid International Airport is a major travel hub, and this gives many Las Vegas locals an advantage when trying to plan their next vacations.
Hopper recently published a list of the cheapest international flights that depart from Las Vegas. So, we’re here to give you a list of a few international places that are relatively “cheap” to fly out from. The most “expensive” flight is to Lima, Peru. This flight will cost just over $700. The “cheapest” flight is to Mexico City, which you can score for just under $300.
Not, these aren’t set prices. But these are estimates from Hopper, which analyzed ticket prices from different airlines.
Here are the “cheapest” international flights from most expensive to least:
- Lima, Peru will cost around $720
- Punta Cana, Dominican Republic will cost around $600
- San Salvador, El Salvador will cost around $560
- San Jose, Costa Rica will cost a little over $400
- San Juan, Puerto Rico will cost a little over $400
- Guatemala City, Guatemala will cost around $400
- San Jose del Cabo, Mexico will cost around $350
- Cancun, Mexico will cost a little over $300
- Guadalajara, Mexico will cost over $300
- Mexico, City, Mexico around $300
These places all seems to be tropical paradises with vibrant culture, tasty food and a plethora of activities to partake in. We hope this list gives you some inspiration and shows you that traveling internationally doesn’t have to be super expensive! Always be smart when traveling and be sure to budget for accommodations, food and other activities.