The high season is the time when tourists fill a particular destination, driving up prices, snatching up excess inventory, and sometimes swarming the locals.
The low season is usually marked by a dearth of crowds, lower prices, and less overwhelmed (and thus usually more welcoming) locals.
Of course, in some places, low season can mean nasty weather or other valid reasons why it may not be the best time to visit.
So find out when –and where– low season is go season.
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