Are you looking for an escape but don’t know where to start? Maybe you have some holiday’s leftover at work, but don’t know what to do with them. Don’t waste them spending your time at home catching up on all the housework, take a trip abroad instead! Cheekytrip has a wide range of last minute holidays available at incredibly good prices. From holidays in the Canaries to holidays in the Caribbean, be sure to check out our offers.
Popular times for last minute holidays come between autumn and winter, after peak season, and ironically within the peak season of summer itself. It is never difficult to find a good deal with us, it just all depends on your own flexibility. As the summer draws closer, last minute deals will become more ubiquitous across Europe, as undersold flights and resort prices begin to be reduced, leaving the patient ones the opportunity to grab a bargain. August, in particular, is a key time for a last minute family holiday, as you can save a great deal of money on holidays that would have ordinarily been much higher, had it been booked earlier in the year. Resorts in Spain, Greece and Turkey, usually have some of the finest four and five star resorts available at reduced prices.
The autumn and winter tend to be a better time for couples and holidays with friends, to grab last minute deals, as the peak crowds have died down, but high temperatures can still be found in the right areas, particularly southern Europe. The Canary Islands are always a wise decision later on in the year. Try holidays in Lanzarote, where the sun shines strong and with temperatures ranging in the mid to high 20s, passing down that opportunity would just be rude.
Towards the end of the year and going into January, some of the resorts in Europe may be too cold and out of season, and you may feel like you have missed the opportunity for a last minute getaway. But fear not, as we offer deals to areas like the Antigua, Cuba and Jamaica in the Caribbean and Cape Verde, which has a modest 6-hour flight and high temperatures, off of the east coast of Africa, all of which offer vibrantly delightful alternatives to the cold of the UK winter.