After a long Winter of being cozy at home, it's good to shake things up with a trip! Getting out of your own country for a while helps you reset, relax and get inspired. You'll return to your ordinary life full of new experiences and gratitude! Torontonians can get cheap flights to Santa Cruz, Bolivia this Spring and it's a deal that you won't want to pass up.

If you have an adventurous spirit and have been feeling like getting away for a while, then this is a great opportunity to get to this unique destination for cheap. One cool spot in Bolivia that you won't want to miss is the Uyuni Salt Flats. They're the largest salt flats in the world and you can get amazing mirrored reflective shots if you visit in the rainy season and an unreal hexagonal pattern in the dry season!

In Bolivia, you'll also find lakes full of flamingos and llamas, beautiful cities thousands of feet above sea level, ancient ruins and endless ways to be outside from mountain peaks to the edge of the Amazon rainforest All these and more make Bolivia an intriguing destination for a Spring getaway. Your friends might want to go chill at a beach resort in Mexico for a week—but you crave culture and adventure!

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Here's How To Get The Deal

There are so many deals on flights from Toronto to South America for less than $600. You'll want to go to Skyscanner and look for flights from Toronto (YYZ) to Santa Cruz (VVI) in Bolivia. They have a really handy feature where you can search for flights by the cheapest month by opening their booking calendar!

I searched for flights from Friday, May 3 to Thursday, May 16 and found flights for $585. There are a lot of date combinations you can try to get similar results, so look for flights in late March, April, May, and early June this year.

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For more information on this flight deal, check out YYZ Deals.

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