Find Deals that Pop when You Plan a July Trip to the OBX this Summer!

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Great travel packages are available for shorter notice, especially with the local hotels and motels.

The summer is in full swing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and there are great last minute beach vacation deals to be had at Fireworks are returning to Hatteras Island for the July 4th holiday, and can also be enjoyed in Nags Head and Manteo, with other Independence Day activities. Friends and neighbors are enjoying their OBX weekends of fun recreation and relaxation, and we’d like to show how families can still plan on great summer fun today.

Great travel packages are available for shorter notice, especially with the local hotel and motels. For example, the Days Inn Oceanfront Wright Brothers has a Summer Saver Package, where you can stay right on the beach in Kill Devil Hills for four nights starting at $770 + tax, which include tickets to some local historical and cultural attractions. The Comfort Inn Oceanfront has golf packages for two starting at $306 + tax, and some motels are offering stays at less than $100 + tax per night in season!

Cottage courts, camping, inns and vacation rental home specials can be found on the Offers & Packages page whenever available, year round at Plan for tomorrow night, next month or this fall and find the best savings with a quick trip to the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau website. There are plenty of values and savings, but the adventure you’ll have along the string of barrier islands will continue to payback in memories for years to come.

The Outer Banks is much more than just another beach vacation. There is so much history here, and a chance to inspire. Visit the place where the Wright Brothers flew for the first time near Kitty Hawk, climb the tallest lighthouse in America at Cape Hatteras, romp along the largest sand dunes on the East Coast at Nags Head, or enjoy our nation’s most enduring mystery at The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama which for 75 years has portrayed the story of the first English colony in America dating back to 1587 on Roanoke Island.

Give the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau a call today toll-free at 877-629-4386 to speak with one of our local specialists, or visit online or the new mobile version for easy access to all there is to see and do on the OBX.

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