Our Favorite Last Minute Vacays

Last minute vacay to Austin

Wild Bum Guide Architect Leslie Green says, “Yee-haw y’all! Skip the research and walk right into the best BBQ, tacos, and fun Austin has to offer” for a perfect last-minute getaway. Austin is a fantastic choice for a last-minute vacay this winter or spring. Outdoor adventure, amazing food – the options are endless. Grab Leslie’s Guide here.

Our favorite last minute getaways

Wild Bum Guide Architect Mollie Krengel says that she fell in love with New Orleans. It’s super bike-able, there’s so much culture + history and the food, oh the food! New Orleans is one of our favorite last-minute vacays for your winter or spring travels.  Find the NOLA Guide here.

Quick getaway to Augusta

Wild Bum Guide Architect Aimee curated an amazing Augusta travel guide. It features THE BEST things that the garden city has to offer. It is packed full of activities from kayaking to the best museums. She also has an entire section devoted to their favorite hiking trails. This would be perfect for someone visiting during Master’s week who wants some activities and awesome food to round out their stay. There’s also plenty to do in my guide for an entire week if you want to visit the city and explore.

Find Aimee’s guide here

San Antonio Getaway

Wild Bum Guide Architect Ela says she likes to think of San Antonio as Austin’s cool sibling, who isn’t showy but who is artistic and a bit hipster. San Antonio is like an onion, the more you experience it, the more you’ll find. San Antonio is not in your face; some of the best spots are hidden in buildings you would never expect and knowing where to find them is the key. If you’re considering a last-minute getaway to San Antonio, definitely grab Ela’s Guide here.

We have many other favorite last-minute getaways on wildbum.com – if you’re looking for a certain trip type we are here to help! Please reach out to hello@wildbum.com anytime. There’s nothing we love more than chatting about travel!

Happy #wildbumming.



Josie Hopkins

Josie Hopkins