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Vacation Packages & Deals in Mexico

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    Acapulco

    Acapulco is an enticing port city located on Mexico's Pacific coast, boasting warm climate with temperatures ranging between 72ºF and 91ºF, year-round. Visitors to Acapulco fall in love with its beautiful bay, calm waters and its unbeatable nightlife. A vacay in Acapulco should include a visit to the infamous La Quebrada, where fearless cliff divers plunge into the ocean below; those who are adventurous and want to participate in excitement of their own can bungee jump or parasail. Be sure to take in all the breathtaking sites of the bay from these exciting vantage points. Take me to Acapulco.
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    Cancun

    If you want a sparkling, unforgettable vacay, head to Cancun. You've got the sugar-white beaches, cool historical sites, rockin' adventures, Hotel Zone party spots, breathtaking resorts, gourmet dining, killer bars and of course, much more. There's every kind of excursion you can imagine: zip lining, ATV rides, dolphin encounters, along with every kind of every kind of water sport on the planet. Then there's the land activities like tennis, biking, hiking, plus all the yoga, pilates and fitness classes you can handle, not to mention world-class golf with fabulous views. And the food and drink? It's an exciting blend of Mexican and European flavors: you can nosh on street tacos or do the whole gourmet thing with white table cloths. No matter where you land, Cancun has oceans of things to enjoy. Take me to Cancun.
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    Cozumel

    With its eclectic mix of Mexican and Caribbean culture, Cozumel appeals to travelers of all kinds. From cruise ship travelers, adventure-seekers and history buffs, Cozumel has all the action you need in an exciting beach vacation. Cozumel’s only city, San Miguel, offers restaurants, boutiques and colorful shops lining the boardwalk and selling souvenirs and Mayan handicrafts. For the more adventurous, dive into Cozumel's famous clear waters and take advantage of the region's famous snorkeling and diving, as well as its pristine beaches and eco-parks. Finally, those looking to soak up some culture along with some sun, there are plenty of museums, sculptures and monuments to visit. With something for just about every vacation style, Cozumel remains a top destination for both families and adventurists time and time again! Take me to Cozumel.
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    Huatulco

    Although Huatulco is famous for its 36 golden beaches and nine unspoiled bays, its real claim to fame is its travel industry. What makes Huatulco so different? The travel industry here is based exclusively on green conservation! Bahias de Huatulco (bays of Huatulco) National Park was declared a protected reserve in 1988, so even though it’s chocked full of luxury hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, discos, and golf courses, they’re all run on renewable energy and have a maximum building height of six stories. The result? You get all the modern comforts of a luxurious resort, while still being surrounded by unspoiled nature, scenic archaeological sites and miles of beaches. When you travel to Huatulco, you won't get just a great beach vacation, you'll also get a unique opportunity to experience the untamed natural beauty of Mexico. If you enjoy having a comfortable, luxurious vacation that leaves no footprint on the Earth, then a trip to Huatulco is for you! Who says you can't enjoy a great beach vacation and do something good for the planet at the same time? Take me to Huatulco.
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    Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo

    When you visit Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, you're traveling to two places with two very different personalities. Ixtapa boasts high-rise hotels, all-inclusive resorts, fine dining and upscale shopping. Zihuatanejo on the other hand, features folk art shops, small boutique hotels and street-style seafood restaurants serving the fresh catch of the day. While the two towns are only 4 miles apart, both offer luxurious resort accommodations and the laid-back, small-town feel of Old Mexico. You can venture out to the beach for water sports such as parasailing and jet skiing, or head underwater for great diving and snorkeling, but you don’t have to be an adventurer to enjoy these towns. The resort areas here offer great restaurants, golf courses, shopping and spas. Whether you want to connect with nature outside or enjoy a luxury vacation indoors, you can do it all in Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo. Take me to Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo.
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    Los Cabos

    If you want a vacay spot with endless stuff to do, then plant yourself in Los Cabos. For all you water enthusiasts, there’s snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking and big-game fishing. Don’t like getting wet so much? No problem. You can golf on world-class greens, chill at chichi spas, ooh and ahh at art galleries, or just revel in all the goodness that the lush resorts here can lavish upon you. For adrenaline junkies, you can hop on an ATV, zip line through canyons, or go whale watching where you might see ginormous mammals leap out of the sea a few feet in front of you. Whew. Ready to chill? Or do you want to continue your excursion-induced, ninja rush? Good, because Los Cabos has both. You can kick back with a glass of fine wine at an elegant nosh spot, or blow it out until all hours at the clubs until the sea cows come home. Take me to Los Cabos.
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    Mazatlan

    Mazatlan is known as the “Pearl of the Pacific” thanks to its mix of sun, sand, culture and history. It’s a destination that really offers the best of both worlds. In Zona Dorada, you’ve got hotels, bars, sports, shops and restaurants lining their fabulous beaches. Meanwhile, you’ve got Old Mazatlan that features quaint markets, old lighthouses, cafes and historic churches. Due to its cool, clear waters, Mazatlan is renowned for its fresh seafood, namely shrimp and tuna, some of the best in the world. Foodies will love the variety of restaurants here, from small beach shacks to luxurious, upscale restaurants. The fine mix of beaches, modern comforts, great restaurants and old culture make Mazatlan a top all-in-one vacation destination. Take me to Mazatlan.
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    Puerto Vallarta

    Tucked between the crystal-clear waters of Banderas Bay and the rocky terrain of the majestic Sierra Madres, Puerto Vallarta is an ideal getaway for every kind of traveler. This escape haven is one of the most dynamic locales on the Gold Coast aka the Mexican Riviera. This dramatically beautiful area has inspired movies and has been the escape for ex-pats, artists and surfers. Generally, it's one of the best places on the planet to escape reality. It's also overflowing with gourmet cuisine, as well as music and culture. Whether it’s chic, thrilling nightlife that serves up all the flavor and color of traditional Mexican culture, the hypnotizing beauty of the region, or the quaint, rustic ranch towns with shops galore, vacation in Puerto Vallarta is nothing less than extraordinary. Take me to Puerto Vallarta.
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    Riviera Maya

    Why go all the way to the French Riviera when you have the breathtaking Riviera Maya on the dreamy Yucatan Peninsula? This tropical haven is a magical world filled with mystery, beauty and ancient traditions, along with sugar-white sands and swoon-worthy views of nature’s most unique and beautiful landforms. If you want to splish splash around like the Mayans, Xel-Ha is open for swimming and snorkeling through two of the largest subterranean rivers in the world. If you want to time travel, then you must visit Xcaret Ecological Park. This eco-archaeological locale once served as a central port of trade and navigation for the ancient Mayans, but in the 21st century, it’s your day-long play station: you can snorkel in protected inlets, observe exotic animals and in the evening, watch a show that’s bursting with color, music and folklore. For more nature-centric stuff to do, you’ll want to visit the region’s numerous ecological preserves. After you’ve spent time in the past, come back to the present–there are several towns in the Riviera Maya that are poppin’ with tons of fantastic things to do: shopping, dining, museum-ing, throwing back a few tequila shots. Take me to Riviera Maya.
     

Vacation Packages & Deals in the Dominican Republic

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    Cap Cana

    Located on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic where the dreamy Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic, Cap Cana is the hottest escape-haven where True Beach Lovers can find it all. With luscious white sand, breathtaking turquoise water, epic ecological adventures and a rockin’ marina, you'll never want to leave. Just 10 minutes from the Punta Cana International Airport, Cap Cana is sunny year-round and serves up nonstop fun. Take me to Cap Cana.
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    La Romana

    La Romana is a golfer’s paradise. At the center of La Romana tourism is golf at the resort Casa de Campo. World-renowned golf course designer Pete Dye created Teeth of Dog, Dye Fore and The Links, some of the top golf courses in the world today, all located on this massive resort property. But that doesn’t mean you have to be a golfer to enjoy La Romana. For those who want both relaxation and adventure, the warm and clear water makes for great snorkeling, cave exploring and scuba diving. Along with museums, art galleries, shopping, quaint restaurants and more, La Romana offers both golfers and the casual traveler plenty to do for a great all-inclusive vacation. Take me to La Romana.
     
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    Puerto Plata

    In Puerto Plata, you can enjoy unspoiled beaches, adventures in nature and cultural tourism, while exploring several beach towns. Known as the “Amber Coast,” for its golden deposits, Puerto Plata also boasts miles of golden beaches for those looking to relax in the sun or splash in the waves. Eco-adventurers can explore nature through zip line tours, water sports and the famous Ocean World Adventure Park, but there are also options for those wanting a more cultural experience as well. Botanical gardens, museums and old Victorian houses make Puerto Plata a unique destination experience. It’s the perfect place for those wanting adventure and culture all in one. Take me to Puerto Plata.
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    Punta Cana

    Punta Cana is famous for its beaches, upscale hotels and great golfing. Located on the east coast of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana offers its guests scenic beach views, water adventures and family-friendly conveniences. You can grab your snorkeling gear and explore the coral reefs up close, or, if you’re advanced, team up with a certified Scuba instructor and dive in a little further. Not that those who want to stay dry need to look elsewhere. Punta Cana’s championship golf courses, world-class hotels and delicious food offer endless opportunities for entertainment. In Punta Cana, you can find the perfect setting for the vacation of your dreams, from family fun to champion golf to endless days at the beach. Take me to Punta Cana.
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    Samaná

    Samaná is an ecological paradise. Because the area is generally unspoiled, visitors get the treat of seeing original beauty all around them. Almost all of the economy revolves around the beaches, so that’s exactly where you should head. The beaches here are unique, with palm tree-covered hills lining undeveloped sands. Although the beaches themselves are beautiful, Samaná’s ecological beauty extends far outside of sand and waves. The Haitises National Park, Salto El Limon Waterfall and the world’s largest coconut plantation are worthy explorations, and activities like horseback riding, mountain biking and hiking make exploring even better. However, there are more than just natural sites here. New developments including upscale hotels, fine dining and shops are popping up, so Samaná is rapidly becoming a complete destination vacation. Take me to Samaná.

Vacation Packages & Deals in Jamaica

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    Montego Bay

    As a central hub of activity in Jamaica, “Mo Bay” as Montego Bay is commonly called, fills its beaches, restaurants, golf courses and streets with tourists, turning this town into party central. Even as the reggae music beats and bustling tourists take advantage of duty-free shopping, you can still find quiet seclusion for a restful and relaxing vacation. You can book your stay at some of the best resorts in this delightfully colorful town. And golf enthusiasts will want to tee-it-up because Mo Bay is home to some of the best golf in the West Indies. You can also enjoy visiting historic plantations, snorkeling in the crystal clear waters or relaxing with a frothy tropical drink. Montego Bay brings together everything you'd want in one location that you’ll never forget. Take me to Montego Bay.
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    Negril

    Known for its laid back approach to life, Negril and its world-renowned Seven Mile Beach attract visitors looking for a quiet Jamaican beach retreat. Turquoise blue waters, white sands and palm trees add to the tranquility of the island’s pristine beaches. But don’t worry, if you want something a little more adventurous, this west coast haven offers plenty of outdoor activities, too. Spend your day snorkeling in the reefs, deep-sea fishing in the seas or join in on one of Negril’s claims to fame, cliff jumping. Whether you take it easy or go on a wild cliff jump, Negril’s the place to go. Take me to Negril.
     
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    Ocho Rios

    This popular cruise ship destination boasts Jamaica’s best natural landscapes and is known as the “village of eight rivers.” Home to one of Jamaica’s treasures, Dunn’s River Falls, Ocho Rios doesn’t disappoint those looking for outdoor beauty. With grotto caves, waterfalls, mountains and old plantations, Ocho Rios is perfect for nature-lovers. Not that those who prefer to stay indoors need to look elsewhere. This charming and scenic town will lead you to some of the best oceanfront restaurants, as well as to some of the quaintest beaches on the island. What's more, are the several historic and cultural treasures to see, including Bob Marley’s Mausoleum and the Coyaba Gardens or Discovery Bay where Christopher Columbus first landed. With an abundance of rich nature and postcard-perfect ocean views, Ocho Rios makes for an unforgettable beach vacation. Take me to Ocho Rios.
     

Vacation Packages & Deals in the Bahamas

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    The Abacos

    If you feel more at home in the water than on land, then perhaps you belong in the Abacos. Surrounded by calm, clear water sprinkled with several charming islands, the Abacos is the ultimate destination for water activities. You’ll be happy to know that the Abacos attracts international boaters and is known as one of the top sailing and boating destinations in the entire world. But if you prefer to have your feet firmly planted on the ground, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the Abacos too. Nature-lovers, adventure-seekers and just about anyone who wants to escape modern life will love it here. There are historic colonial towns with great sights, beaches with just about any kind of watersport, plus a nice selection of hotels and bars. And all of it takes place against the gorgeous, calming backdrop of turquoise waters. Regardless of whether you like your flippers in the water or your feet in the sand, there’s plenty to see and do in the Abacos. Take me to the Abacos.
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    Exumas

    You’ll feel like you’ve taken a trip back in time when you visit the Exumas. It's a favorite among Hollywood stars searching for luxury and seclusion (Johnny Depp fans - he's got a private place out here). Once you visit, you'll see why. This lovely stretch of islands boasts 365 islands and cays, all virtually untouched by man. Here you can find a real escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life – sail out and explore the numerous secluded islands on your own or explore the 176-square-mile nature preserve known as the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. You'll find hidden coves, quaint bays and several harbors for yachting and fishing. You can also find a handful of luxurious secluded resorts and hotels, so when you’re done being an adventurer, you can relax in comfort. The Exumas are the perfect combination of adventure and secluded relaxation. Take me to the Exumas.
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    Grand Bahama Island

    Whether you want luxury resorts where you’re waited on hand and foot or a charming small town escape, Grand Bahama has you covered. Not only that, but Grand Bahama boasts plenty for you to do. You can explore one of the world’s largest underwater cave systems, hike through three national parks or visit the friendy dolphins at the UNEXSO dolphin/diving marina. Not that you have to stay outdoors to enjoy Grand Bahama. Its many luxurious resorts, shopping options and activities give you the best of both worlds. Do and see it all in one of the most complete vacation destinations you can find in the Bahamas. Take me to Grand Bahama Island.
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    Nassau

    Get ready for excitement in a town that’s bustling with jitneys, street vendors and cruise-ship docks. Here you'll find a great mix of shopping, historical sites and outdoor water activities. You can get your shop on at the several duty-free shops here (they sell everything from upscale items to trinkets to rum cake). Or, you can head east if you want to take in some of the more historic sites like Fort Fincastle, Pirates of Nassau or the Queen’s Staircase. If you want to slow down and relax in the great outdoors, you can get back to nature with places like the Ardastra Gardens and Zoo or Cable Beach, which has plenty of underwater experiences to choose from, including dolphins, diving and glass-bottom boats. There’s something for just about everyone in Nassau. Just make sure you have more than one day to see it all! Take me to Nassau.
     
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    Paradise Island

    Paradise Island is just like heaven on earth. Located less than a half mile away from Nassau (and connected to the mainland by only by two 600-foot bridges), this tiny island is known as the entertainment mecca of the Bahamas. From its famed white-sand beaches to its myriad of restaurants, shopping, nightclubs and historical attractions, there’s something for just about everyone. Once you get there, you’ve got to check out the coastline. Why? It’s peppered with miles of beautiful beaches like the resort-lined Cable Beach or the white-sand Paradise Beach. Off the coast, you’ll find tons of opportunities to go sailing, diving, fishing, snorkeling and more. On land, you’ll find just as many things to do, from shopping straw markets to exploring historical museums to going on outdoor adventures like horseback riding. Whatever you want to do during your vacation, we’re betting you’ll find it on Paradise Island – it really is a vacationer’s paradise! Take me to Paradise Island.

Vacation Packages & Deals in the Caribbean

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    Anguilla

    With 33 beaches spread out over 34 square miles, Anguilla’s known for being one of the top beach destinations in the Caribbean. Not that you have to spend all day in the sand and sea. There’s plenty more to do in Anguilla—you’ve got bars, music venues, restaurants and resorts lining the coast. Divers delight in the clear waters, enjoying colorful coral reefs and ancient wrecked ships while foodies love the great selection of restaurants. Other adventures include the island’s rich culture—take your pick from museums, preserved plantations, the music scene and more. Anguilla is a wonderful combination of history, exciting tourist attractions and great beaches. You’ll have to see it all for yourself. Take me to Anguilla.
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    Antigua

    Travel to Antigua and Barbuda, and the first thing you’ll hear is that this little nation has 365 beaches: one for every day of the year. From resort beaches on Antigua to secluded pink-sand beaches on Barbuda, there’s plenty for water-lovers to see and do. Besides the beaches, there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy. Calm harbors and protective coral reefs make this a great place to scuba dive or take in an exciting yacht race during sailing week. Not only that, but there are also several delicious restaurants for you to sample, offering upscale cuisine from across the world. Not your thing? Not to worry. You still have plenty of cultural activities and offerings to explore. So even if you do manage to visit all 365 beaches, there are plenty of activities to keep you coming back. Take me to Antigua.
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    Aruba

    If you're looking for an escape from the ordinary, Aruba offers a cultural trip around the globe, without the added jet lag. With more than 80 nationalities spinning around this kaleidoscope of culture, you’ll find a number of unique experiences in the lively tropical hues of downtown Oranjestad, the succulent flavors of a Euro-Caribbean fusion of food and in the most vibrant celebrations Aruba has to offer. Much like the people who call Aruba home, the island’s varied geography provides visitors with a host of natural attractions to see and explore like white sand beaches, mountainous peeks and a desert-like interior. After a healthy dose of Aruba’s culture, head toward the western shore. It’s a posh destination that has all the gambling and excitement of big city life, but you'll still have the beach a few steps away. Take me to Aruba.
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    Barbados

    The near-perfect, year-round beach weather and the pink sand beaches of Barbados attract tourists of all sorts to this culturally rich island. Although it’s only a mere 166 square miles, Barbados boasts some 60 beaches, all of which are free and open to the public. With an average daily temp of 78 degrees and lots of sunny days, nearly every day is a perfect day to visit! And if having afternoon tea or taking up the sport of cricket interest you, then you’ll appreciate the island’s distinct British flavor. In addition to that, Barbados flaunts its bragging rights as the birthplace of rum, so plan to sample a rum punch or two while you’re there. While most of the resorts, restaurants and island activity are in southern Barbados, the eastern side of the island is gaining a following for its natural landscapes and wicked surf, including one of the best surfing spots in the world – the Soup Bowl. Whether you want great food, great fun or great beaches, Barbados has it all. Take me to Barbados.
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    Bermuda

    The pink sands, turquoise waters and easy-going island charm make Bermuda the perfect place to relax. Whether you want to snorkel in the waters, kayak along the seas or just sit back with your favorite book, Bermuda has just the beach for you. Not that you have to stay at the beach to enjoy Bermuda. There are also shopping markets, Segway or ferry tours, dolphin exhibits and more golf courses per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Plus, it’s easy to tour Bermuda because the islands are joined together by bridges and causeways, so you can literally walk from island to island. Strap on your shoes and enjoy this pink paradise filled with just about any activity you can imagine. Take me to Bermuda.
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    Bonaire

    Bonaire has a special place in the hearts of divers. While it's probably due to the unmatched diving and the amazing coral reefs surrounding the island, most visitors come to Bonaire for a beach vacation that is uniquely Caribbean. If you’re looking to do more than just lounge in the sand, there’s plenty of adventure to be found in Bonaire. Windsurfing, fishing and exploring the flamingo-inhabited salt flats located on south side of the island are all on the menu in Bonaire. When you need a break, the warmth and friendliness of the locals will put you at ease. Ultimately though, much of the draw to this island harkens back to its world-class diving. Many hotels even cater to divers by offering air-tank refilling stations in the lobby and tips on where to find the most colorful reefs around. After one trip, you’ll know why Bonaire is considered a diver’s paradise. Take me to Bonaire.
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    Cayman Islands

    With cliffs primed for hiking, caves begging to be explored and waters ideal for scuba diving, the Cayman Islands were made for the adventurer. Each island creates a unique experience that will thrill adrenaline junkies, but that doesn’t mean you need to relish in adventure to have a good time. The Cayman Islands have plenty more to offer. You’ll find the hub of tourism on Grand Cayman, with the majority of luxurious resorts, restaurants and shops here. For a more rugged experience, spend a day visiting Cayman Brac where you can go fishing, cave exploring or hiking. For the ultimate scuba experience, check out Little Cayman for one of the world’s best diving site, Bloody Bay Wall. Each of the islands is guaranteed to impress, enchant and delight. Take me to the Cayman Islands.
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    Curaçao

    Curaçao is the perfect paradise for scuba drivers and nature lovers because its rugged landscape provides endless activities. Adventure through the island’s open spaces and enjoy the outdoors with hiking, biking and ATV tours, or dive into the mysterious underwater worlds at more than 60 diving locations. You don’t have to be an adventurer to enjoy Curaçao though—explore Curaçao’s capital Willemstad where you’ve got the UNESCO World Heritage Site and a port full of upscale shopping, delicious restaurants and nightlife hotspots. Whatever you’re looking for, Curaçao’s got it. Take me to Curaçao.
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    Grenada

    Breathtaking beaches, lush rainforests, ancient forts and coral reefs make Grenada a little slice of heaven with a lot to offer. Beaches such as Grand Anse, Magazine or Sandy Island are splendid examples of Caribbean sand and surf. Inland, the Grand Etang National Park, with its waterfalls and wildlife, is a prime eco-attraction. Historical sites such as ancient forts, churches, plantations, nutmeg cooperatives and others are plenty and easily accessible. Grenada also boasts sporting events, dive excursions, cultural celebrations, and other attractions—these islands waste no space, so don’t waste any time enjoying them! Take me to Grenada.
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    Haiti

    Haiti is rapidly becoming a prime destination for travelers looking for a unique Caribbean experience. The wonders of this majestic island will effortlessly unfold before you upon arrival as you begin to discover all that this immaculate isle has to offer, from its rich history as a catalyst for freedom in the Americas, to its sweeping views and breathtaking scenery. The Citadelle Laferriere encapsulates these motifs perfectly; sitting atop of a mountain just a few miles from Cap-Haitien, this fortress is a powerful reminder of Haiti's historical status as the first Black Republic in the world. If you're looking to immerse yourself in nature, look no further than the Arcadins coast, which is renowned for its distinctive vegetation, clear waters and white sand beaches. Or, why not join the locals in Jacmel for a bit of fun at Carnaval? Haiti offers a vacation experience as rich as its culture; the only thing that is missing is you. Take me to Haiti.
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    Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico is a mix of cultural history and nature. The country’s long European history is evident in San Juan, and outside of the country’s capital, southern cities display unique Puerto Rican architecture. Aside from the historical sites, there are endless natural wonders with fun activities to enjoy in the area. For example, you’ve got zipline tours in El Yunque, cave tours at Parque de las Cavernas and the largest radio telescope in the world, Arecibo Observatory (made famous by the movie Contact). The beaches are great too, offering different perks, such as surfing in Rincon or great photo ops in Culebra. Once you’ve worked up an appetite from all the historical sightseeing and nature adventures, there are numerous delicious cuisine options to grub on. In Puerto Rico, the country’s rich history and natural offerings give you so much to choose from, you’re guaranteed to find something exciting to do. Take me to Puerto Rico.
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    St. Kitts & Nevis

    Tucked quietly in the Caribbean, St. Kitts & Nevis is filled with historic charm, tropical rainforests and unspoiled beaches. In the brilliant blue seas that surround it, you’ll find massive coral reefs and brightly colored fish. It’s a tropical wonderland where you can hike a volcano, dive in new and untouched sites and sail around the island. St. Kitts & Nevis isn’t packed with big resorts, so it’s not overly crowded, and you truly feel like a part of the culture. Watching a cricket match will let you mix with locals as you cheer on their favorite team. People who visit St. Kitts & Nevis fall in love with this quiet hideaway. The island life will capture your heart and lure you back to visit. Take me to St. Kitts & Nevis.
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    St. Lucia

    If you’re looking for a vacation where you can do anything from lounging on the beach to driving right up to the base of a dormant volcano or splashing around in mineral springs, then St. Lucia is the perfect destination for you. This lush, mountainous island is a total sensory experience–through sight, taste, hearing, feel and smell. See the gorgeous beach and mountains. Taste the fresh rain air as you hike through rain forests past waterfalls. Hear amazing music at the numerous family-friendly music festivals. And feel the history of this magical island as you tour historic plantations, all while smelling the sweet, ocean air. St. Lucia has you covered on all fronts. Although it’s been known in the past as the ultimate destination for romance, St. Lucia is also perfect for adventure and relaxation; you don’t have to be in love to love St. Lucia. It's got plenty to suit all your senses. Take me to St. Lucia.
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    St. Maarten / St. Martin

    Two countries for the price of one are exactly what you’ll get when you visit St. Martin. Call it Saint Martin or Sint Maarten – it all depends on whether you’re on the French side or the Dutch side of the smallest island in the world ever to be divided into two countries! Although technically one landmass, the two sides of the country like to play up their distinct personalities. The French side likes to boast their European roots, emphasizing chic comfort and elegance. You'll find that the beaches are secluded, the resorts are luxurious, and you'll finally get to understand why the cuisine has earned this little island the title of "Gastronomic Capital of the Caribbean." Now the Dutch side, on the other hand, bustles with commercial activity, from its busy cruise port to dinging casinos; it’s always abuzz with life and nonstop action. Between the laid-back luxury of St. Martin and the flurry of activity in St. Maarten, you have all it takes for the ideal Caribbean vacation. Take me to St. Maarten/St. Martin.
     
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    Turks & Caicos

    Home to the Best Beach in the World, Turks & Caicos invites you to sugary, white sands complete with sparkling blue waters and the warm Caribbean sun. Exploring the vibrant marine life is what brings many to the islands. The calm waters create ideal conditions for snorkeling, dazzling visitors' eyes with intricate corals and sunken ships. But that’s not all this country has to offer. For those who want a little more variety, there are hotels, spas, cruises, festivals and restaurants awaiting you. In fact, Turks & Caicos delights by serving some of the best cuisine, made with the freshest ingredients including the island’s seafood delicacy – conch. Above and below the water, there’s no place better than Turks if you’re in need of a break and a place to relax and get away. Take me to Turks & Caicos.
     

Vacation Packages & Deals in Central & South America

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    Belize

    Though it’s growing fast, Belize is still a prime spot for back-to-nature travel. This intimate Caribbean oasis offers scuba destinations, natural rain forests and amazing attractions like the mystical Mayan temples. Some of Belize’s ancient ruins offer a way to experience both the beauty of the rain forest and the protected history of the ancient Mayans. However, if you crave a beach vacation, then you’re also in for a treat. A visit to the Cays offers an untamed beach in a get-away-from-it-all oasis. On Ambergris and the other Cays, you’ll find plenty of peace, quiet and exceptional beauty. And running across the entire coastline of the country is the Western Hemisphere’s largest barrier reef (with the Famous “Great Blue Hole”). It’s second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia and is a scuba haven for divers. Whatever the reason you decide to visit Belize, do it soon before the crowds catch on! It’s a true Caribbean gem. Take me to Belize.
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    Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is a nature lover’s paradise. Meaning “rich coast” in Spanish, the coasts of Costa Rica are beautiful and popular with beach lovers, but what makes the country truly unique is its nature sites. From its rainforests and volcanoes to its valleys and small towns, Costa Rica offers plenty to be explored and admired. Twenty national parks and eight nature reserves are filled with amazing plant and animal species that give outdoorsy types plenty of adventure and great photo ops. Costa Ricans live and breathe in the simplicity of nature every day, and have a special saying for it: Pura Vida. A trip to Costa Rica will leave you feeling lucky for the experience and alive with the same sunny disposition of living a pure life: Pura Vida! Take me to Costa Rica.
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    Cartagena

    Situated on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, Cartagena is an elegant, old port city that is inherently romantic and rich in culture, so it’s not surprising it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The walled Old Town, founded in the 16th century, is surrounded by 13 km of weather-worn cobblestone walls. However, Cartagena is much more than an epicenter of architecture: you can dine at fabulous open-air cafes, chill at chic bars, as well as dig your toes into gorgeous white sand and relax under fringy palms on many of the nearby beaches. Whether you want an exotic beach getaway or want to learn a little history, or a little bit of both, Cartagena is where your vacation dreams come true. Take me to Cartagena.
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    Nicaragua

    Nicaragua is the place to go for an adventure-filled, outdoor vacation. It offers a variety of activities—surfing, hiking, zip lining and kayaking. The rivers and lakes provide an unbroken connection from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, while the southern Pacific coast is home to excellent surfing. For adventurers who want to stay dry, there are 24 volcanoes in Nicaragua, including Cerro Negro, a volcano with black, sandy slopes that you can sled or sandboard. But if you don’t really want to spend your entire vacation outdoors, there are plenty of other activities for you to enjoy. For example, Leon and Managua feature universities, historical ruins and celebrations of the country’s cherished art, poetry. Whether chasing an adrenaline rush or listening to poets’ prose, dive into Nicaragua’s distinct mix of natural splendor and man-made art. Take me to Nicaragua.
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    Panama

    Panama may be small, but it’s got plenty to do. Panama City alone has just about every activity you can imagine, from a national park to historic structures to several restaurants and performances. The museums and other cultural offerings in Panama City make it an intriguing city to visit—and very family-friendly too. Among the city’s best attractions is the world-famous Panama Canal. Away from the city lights, adventure prevails in this part of town. You can explore the jungle, tour coffee estates, raft on white water rapids, zip line and much more! If you want even more water sports, the hundreds of islands off both of Panama’s coasts offer lovely beaches, clear water and gorgeous underwater marine life. This little country holds so many amazing experiences that you’ll want to keep on coming back. Take me to Panama.

Vacation Packages & Deals in the British & US Virgin Islands

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    St. Croix

    As the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix boasts a wide range of sites and activities to match everyone's interest. Naturally, you can find all sorts of recreational activities to do here along with fine dining, a casino, golf and historical sites. For more off-the-beaten path activities, there’s a rum distillery to explore as well as the island’s famous beer-drinking pigs. And if none of that appeals to you, there’s always the beach. These are just a few of the things you can find on St. Croix! Take me to St. Croix.
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    St. John

    Calling all outdoor fans and eco-travelers – this island was made just for you. Two-thirds of St. John is a protected National Park, so environmental preservation is front of mind. Instead of luxury resorts, you’ll find low-impact, no-footprint tent resorts. Instead of shops and busy docks, you’ll find historic ruins of old sugar-mills and pristine beaches prime for swimming and snorkeling. And instead of casinos, clubs and nightlife, you’ll have the sun, the wind and warm, powdery white sand in your toes. Hike passed unspoiled forest, follow trails through scenic lookout points, explore sugar plantation ruins and snorkel along an underwater trail. Even though St. John doesn’t have the usual tourist attractions, there is still plenty to do. Scuba dive, kayak, windsurf and more! However, we’ll understand if all you want to do is enjoy the sunset, breathe in the fresh air and work on becoming one with nature. Take me to St. John.
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    St. Thomas

    St. Thomas is a popular cruise-ship stop, so you know what that means: they really know how to cater to their visitors. In St. Thomas, you'll find the very best in shopping, beaches, watersports and even a world-renowned golf course. Plus, there’s a host of delicious restaurants and lively nightlife options for every different price range. If you want to slow down a bit, head further inland, away from the busy cruise-ship docks and bustling activity. There you’ll find quaint historical sites rich with pirate history as well as nature parks and opportunities to sail, snorkel, hike and more. St. Thomas makes for a great all-in-one vacation destination. It’s all here – you just have to get here! Take me to St. Thomas.