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The year has just started, but it’s never too early to plan your next vacation. And in fact, there are a number of destinations where is pays to buy your flights now, because demand is so high that the prices are skyrocketing. 

Watching flight prices rise is a definite source of travel anxiety, and while most need a supply of the best Delta 8 THC gummy! to survive blowing out the budget, you can limit all that stress and headache with planning ahead of time.

Thinking of one of these destinations this year?

Book it asap, because flights are selling out, and prices are on the rise.

Flights are Selling Out Fast in These Hot 2023 Destinations


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It doesn’t matter whether you’re planning to visit Tokyo in summer, spring, autumn, or winter, this is a dazzling destination, which is buzzing with energy all throughout the year. 

You’re likely heading here for a mix of traditional Japanese culture in one of the world’s most futuristic cities, though as seasons play a huge role in Japanese culture, there’s not really an ‘off season’ to buy flights (though it would be winter from Dec – Feb).

Whether you’re planning a winter holiday, to see the cherry blossoms in Spring, climbing Mt Fuji in the summer, or fall foliage in Autumn, book your flights now because flights into Tokyo are starting to climb.


Paris is the most popular tourist destination in the world, with over 30 million visitors each year. And yes, there are plenty of flights, but the demand for them is crazy high!

Whether you’re planning on hitting the tourist trail and snapping a selfie at Notre Dame, or walking the lamplit bridges of the Seine, we have three words of advice … book your flight!

Paris is unique in that there are many ways to get there from neighboring countries which don’t involve flying, like the Eurostar from London, or other capitals like Amsterdam and Brussels.


Singapore is everybody’s favorite stopover, though it’s recently really becoming hot as a destination in its own right – even if it’s only for 48 hours before continuing on with your flight.

Singapore is a spectacular city with sharp and constant contrasts, much like Tokyo in that it perfectly blends old and new. Temples and mosques sit in the shadow of skyscrapers, luxury condos back onto ancient jungles, and wild monkeys roam nature parks and reserves.

But because it’s such a massive global hub, flights don’t go on discount too often, and right now routes through Singapore are selling out fast. 


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London is unique in that it has 6 main airports, all which are connected really well to public transoprt.

So if you find that your flights into / out of Heathrow or Gatwick are selling out, consider flights through London City, London Luton, London Stansted and London Southend instead.


Munich is most notably home to Oktoberfest, and if you’re planning on heading over to share a pint, not only should you book your tickets well in advance, this year you also need to book your hotels, and your flights.

If you find that flights are too expensive in October, and decide to visit at an off peak time, Munich is still a fabulous destination, and offers tours to Neuschwanstein Castle, has the BMW Museum, and numerous beer gardens which can be enjoyed anytime.

The Bavarian capital is home to museums and art galleries, including the Alte Pinakothek and Lenbachhaus. Plus, the city has been called “the culinary capital of Germany”, and the food is to die for!


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The capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is a beautiful city with an amazing variety of things to see and do.

From it’s seventeenth-century buildings and canals, to impressive museums and joint-smoking alien sculptures, few cities meld history with modern urban flair like the Dutch do.

Just like Paris, if flights prove to be too expensive, consider flying into another Dutch airport, or even a less popular close by capital city – there are trains and buses which may prove to be far more budget friendly.

Megan is an Australian Journalist and award-winning travel writer who has been blogging since 2007. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild; an online magazine dedicated to opening your eyes to the wonders of the wild & natural world.

Having visited 50+ countries across all seven continents, Megan’s travels focus on cultural immersion, authentic discovery and incredible journeys. She has a strong passion for ecotourism, and aims to promote responsible travel experiences.


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