Spooktacular Halloween Destinations

Written by: Stephanie on October 26, 2021

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For many people, traveling for the holidays sparks images of crowded airports and last-minute flights to be home in time to carve the turkey or unwrap a gift. But, with so many wonderfully wicked destinations around the globe, Halloween is one holiday you may want to consider traveling for.

Here are a few ideas to inspire you to plan your costume and pack your bags!

Hawaiian Islands

While Hawaiian Islands may not be the first place you think of for a Halloween haunt, there are many opportunities to get into the spooky spirit. There are festivities for all ages, like the pumpkin patches and fall festivals on Oahu, the Lahaina Halloween Party on Maui, and Ohana Halloween Paina in Kona, a family-friendly event with costume contests, food, and live entertainment. Next year, why not check this stunning destination off your bucket list and say “aloha-lloween!”

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Las Vegas, Nevada

Home to over-the-top entertainment all year ‘round, Vegas does Halloween like nowhere else on the planet! The haunted houses are known for their adrenaline-pumping frights, while world-famous DJs rock costume parties in some of the hottest night clubs around the city. In true Vegas fashion, the town is set to celebrate the holiday with concerts, magic shows, costumes, and plenty of drinks wherever you turn.

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Orlando, Florida

Orlando is home to some of the world’s top theme parks, and they go all-out for this holiday. Walt Disney World hosts Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, which runs September through October. The decorations and Halloween-themed treats are sure to get even young travelers into the holiday spirit without too many spooks. In true Disney fashion, the event is fun for the whole family.

For genuine scares, Universal Studios Orlando really gets into the spirit with its elaborately themed haunted houses. Visitors are transported to the worlds of their favorite tv shows and films, like The Haunting of Hill House, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Beetlejuice. Uniquely themed haunted houses weave storytelling and terror with imaginative stories like Revenge of the Tooth Fairy and The Wicked Growth: Realm of the Pumpkin. The Halloween Horror Nights event is not for the faint-of-heart!

If your clients love all things fall, why not suggest one of these Halloween destinations next October? Between fabulous fall flavors, colorful foliage, and fun seasonal activities, a Halloween-inspired vacation will tick all of their boxes!