The colder weather has started in the northern hemisphere, the leaves are turning and in the United States, Thanksgiving is fast approaching. If you’re looking to get away for Thanksgiving this year, we’d like to share our top thanksgiving destinations for a relaxing getaway – no matter what the occasion may be.
TripCase’s Top Thanksgiving Destinations
Do you want all the festivities of a big city without the crowds of NYC? Pack your bags and go to Chicago, where you can enjoy the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade and roam around the German holiday market, Christkindlmarket Chicago.
If you’re looking for more of a relaxing trip, go to Jamaica – you’ll be able to sit by the beach, snorkel and just relax. Plus you get to take advantage of the off-season discounts!
Are you a history buff or just looking to get back to the basics? Head to Plymouth, Just 45 south of Boston, to celebrate Thanksgiving the way the pilgrims did long ago.
Dana Point, California
If you’re looking for a more active Thanksgiving, run in the Dana Point Turkey Trot along with 10,000 other runners and enjoy the beautiful coast.
As it’s starting to get colder, that means one thing for some people – it’s ski season. Pack up your coats and gloves and bring the whole family to Keystone, where kids ski free and enjoy a family festival full of activities.