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Go Vrbo to the Outer Banks in North Carolina – Check out our Trip Board
This Go Vrbo to the Outer Banks in North Carolina – Check out our trip board! #Vrbo post is sponsored by Vrbo.
Go Vrbo to the Outer Banks in North Carolina – Check out our trip board! #Vrbo
We are avid travelers in this family and we are always planning our next trip or two or three. We take our travel seriously. Every summer we head to the beach a few times with other family members. To make it easier on all of us, I use Vrbo and their fabulous Trip Boards to plan everything out and share with everyone. We hope that you enjoy this Go Vrbo to the Outer Banks in North Carolina – Check out our trip board! #Vrbo post.
Since we travel as a family and this includes our extended family, we needed a place to keep all of the information. Using emails was getting a little crazy because things were getting or we were missing deadlines to book because we just weren't organized. Enter Vrbo, their amazing Trip Boards and so much more. Vrbo makes is so easy to plan your next vacation.
Get to know Vrbo
Vrbo, pronounced “VER-boh” (now you see how the blog post title rhymes?) is the place to go for families and friends to plan their dream vacations by booking vacation homes, condos, resorts, cabins and more. VER-boh is the new way to say the Vrbo name. Fans have pronounced the brand name like that for years and now the company is officially embracing it.
Vrbo’s Bang for Your Buck Index is such a helpful way to find destinations offering the most value for the money and that you might not have otherwise considered. This is important to me since we plan so many trips, I love being able to know how I can save money with my next destination.
”We already know families and groups of friends appreciate the value of renting a vacation home, but travelers want to know exactly where they can get the most for their money. So we dug into the Vrbo data to find out where homeowners are renting places out to others for the lowest average cost per night,” said Vrbo travel expert Melanie Fish. ”Our Bang for Your Buck Index takes care of the price comparisons so you can spend less time planning and more time making memories.”
Vrbo Trip Boards Make Vacation Planning Easy
Vrbo’s Trip Boards make it easy to plan vacations with friends and family by allowing travelers to create custom Trip Boards with their favorite properties. Trip Boards can then be easily shared with family and friends. Everyone can then vote and comment which allows us to choose the perfect place for our vacation.
I just rented our Thanksgiving cabin on Vrbo. For the past years, my family and I have rented a place for Thanksgiving in the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Georgia. My sister & her three kids, my father & stepmother plus my family (husband and three kids) have made this our yearly tradition. We cook a huge dinner and invite people from all over. As a family, we spend the entire week together and end it with the lighting of the tree in downtown Blue Ridge. Vrbo makes this trip so much easier because of the Trip Board. In fact, if you look at all of my boards, you will see the past five years of cabin rentals on our Trip Boards. We love Vrbo that much.
Download the Vrbo App
I manage almost everything that I can on my phone and vacation planning is no different. The Vrbo App offers push-notifications which means I can stay up to date on Trip Board activity in real-time. I can see the votes and the comments to plan the best trip possible.
VRBO in the Outer Banks in North Carolina
The Outer Banks in North Carolina are barrier islands right off the coast separating the Atlantic Ocean from the mainland. The Outer Banks boasts open-sea beaches, state parks and shipwreck diving sites making them a very popular holiday destination. Outer Banks islands include Ocracoke, Hatteras Island, Roanoke Island, Ocracoke Island and Bodie Island.
FUN FACT: The Wright Brothers's first flight happened on the Outer Banks in 1903.
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