Canadians Book Vacation Rentals in Popular U.S. States
While hotel stays are more traditional accommodations for travel, rent a holiday home is becoming more and more popular, especially for Canadians traveling to the United States
According to the information provided to Yahoo Canada on the searches of the vacation rental booking platform Vrbo, Canadian travelers accounted for more than half of international searches in the past month for vacation homes in the United States
“This tells us that snowbirds are planning,” a statement from the Expedia Group, which Vrbo is under, bed. “This indicates that there is interest and enthusiasm for future trips to warm-weather destinations to escape Canada’s colder months – something travelers have been missing out on over the past two years.”
According to Canadian information from Vrbo, the top vacation home destinations, based on demand, are:
The desert state of Arizona has always been very popular for Canadian travelers who want to get away from the cold Canadian winter.
Phoenix and Scottsdale are particularly popular destinations for Canadians looking for vacation rentals.
Arizona is also an excellent choice of destination for a car trip, which lends itself to Canadian travelers looking to drive to their winter getaway in the United States, in addition to attractions like Grand Canyon National Park, great golf courses, hiking trails or just chilling out a bit with a visit from iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin West.
Another American attraction known to Canadians is Florida, from busier cities like Miami to other destinations like Fort. Lauderdale, Kissimmee, Fort Myers and Daytona Beach. At the end of the day, Canadians are just looking for that hot Florida weather and sunshine.
Another option for Canadians who love Florida is Palm beaches in South Florida, home to The match course at PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens you can see the new Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru exhibit at the Boca Raton Art Museum and Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach, one of the most densely nesting sea turtle beaches in the world.
There’s nothing quite like sunny California, with Canadians particularly interested in Holiday rents in Los Angeles and San Diego recently.
When you think of Los Angeles, most people think of Hollywood, so take a tour of Warner Bros. Studio, catch a glimpse of the Hollywood Sign, or keep things a little spooky by strolling through the Hollywood forever cemetery to remember the stars who are no longer with us. Of course, don’t forget to do some shopping while you’re in LA.
If San Diego is more your speed, try your hand at water activities like surfing, paddle boarding, sailing, or snorkeling. blue whale watching. If you’re looking for a bit of history, head to Old Town State Park, known as the Birthplace of California.
You can still hit the road and experience San Diego’s 59-mile Scenic Drive with panoramic views of the coast and surrounding areas.
The Hawaiian Islands have also been a popular choice for Canadian travelers recently and for those looking to book a vacation rental home, you can really immerse yourself in the local Hawaiian culture.
There are many outdoor adventure options with beautiful beaches that cater to both adrenaline junkies and the more relaxed traveler, including deep sea fishing, mountain tubing, bird watching. whales and surfing.
Taste the local cuisine, especially fresh fish, fruits and vegetables, and there is plenty of advice available on how to discover Hawaii in a sustainable way, being sensitive to Hawaii’s fragile ecosystem.
Take a farm tour to learn about the farm-to-table processes for local cuisine, or visit the Hoopulauma Science and Discovery Center at the Hawaii Wildlife Center to learn more about efforts to rehabilitate the species. native birds.