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Where should you go this winter? Try Fodor's travel planner to find out.

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Beginning in January, Fodor's will be highlighting warm weather vacation destinations and trip ideas throughout the site in an effort to connect travelers with their ideal "80 Degrees" winter escape. We'll also be introducing a travel planner that can recommend a sunny locale in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, Hawaii, or Florida that suits your travel style, budget, and desired vacation activities.

The travel planner won't officially be live on the site for a few more weeks, but we have a sneak peek version that Fodor's members can try out now. After you answer a few questions related to the type of trip you'd like to take, we'll serve up a destination that best matches your preferences, along with a list of top alternatives.

For those of you scratching your heads for a quick post-holiday getaway, our travel planner might be just the thing to jump start that trip. You might even find that your "best match" is a destination not previously on your travel radar.

We're looking forward to hearing about your experience with the planner. If you have any comments or questions, just click on the feedback form in the top left-hand corner of the planner's screen.

You can try the travel planner here: http://www.fodors.com/80degrees/

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