Archive for the ‘Caribbean’ Category

Navigating Cuba

2 March 17

Author: Kacie Fogg

Cuba, a beautiful Caribbean Island enriched with fascinating culture, notable history, and distinct architecture, has recently been opened to American travelers, who can finally explore the country for the first time since the ‘60s. Cuba is an easy destination to reach–just a short distance south of Florida with plenty of non-stop flight options. With beautiful […]

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4 Amazing Hotels in St. Barth’s

If you are craving a quiet, secluded Caribbean vacation away from touristy crowds, take a nice long look at Saint Barthélemy. Known fondly as St. Bart’s, St Barth’s or Saint Barth, this French-speaking island caters to those who appreciate tranquility, intimacy and elegance. These four unique hotels combine luxurious accommodations with spectacular views for an unforgettable respite. Cheval […]

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Coffee Unites Cultures Around the World

1 August 16

Across the globe, people share similar needs, dreams, and even taste buds. In fact, one of the yummiest similarities across many cultures is coffee. Just last February, 9.21 million bags of coffee were exported, according to the International Coffee Organization. Interestingly, history and culture influence how people take their java in various countries; so, let’s take a look around the globe […]

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Top 8 Family-Friendly Beaches in and Near the Caribbean

29 February 16

Dreaming of a Caribbean getaway for your family, but unsure where to go? Our trusted team of expert travel consultants can help you avoid the beaches that are swarming with college-aged partiers and help you find the ideal beach for you and your family, in or near the Caribbean. Our guide to the Top 8 Family-Friendly Caribbean Beaches highlights destinations that […]

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Top 10 Family Caribbean Activities

29 February 16

Vacations are meant to be relaxing. Beaches, spas, pools…there are endless options for tranquility while exploring the Caribbean. Serenity, however, is hard to come by when you are traveling with the whole family. Children become restless, and parents become tired. Here are ten family-tested activities that are sure to put a smile on the face […]

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Enhance Your Cruise With a Customized Pre- or Post-Vacation Experience

26 February 16

Author: Betsy Reeves

You have booked a cruise for later this year, and you can’t wait to relax with your loved ones while enjoying new sights and cultures. While you browse your itinerary, you begin to wish you had more time at the port of embarkation. As you read further, you long for an extra day at the port of […]

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5 Essential Items to Bring on a Cruise

25 February 16

Your much-anticipated cruise is just around the corner, and you have been planning your wardrobe for weeks. You’ve packed the basics already: shirts, pants, socks, underwear, toiletries, swimsuits, and flip flops. While you can expect exceptional service on a cruise line, where every little detail is taken care of for you, it is important to be prepared for […]

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Contiki Enables Young People to Travel the World Affordably

13 October 15

By Doug Legg High school seniors, college students and young professionals all dream of traveling “one day.” You know that time….”Someday”—that magical date when we have saved enough money to finally see the world. But what about traveling while we are young? When we have the energy to tour European cities all day and check […]

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Family Travel: Sail Away this Spring

13 October 15

By Courtney Morton With the holidays approaching, money is on everyone’s mind. We are all wondering: Will it be possible to take a vacation for Spring Break when we are spending our money buying gifts for all of our loved ones? Great news: even if money is tight, you can still travel. In fact, one of […]

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Club Med

31 July 14

Author: Beth Barnett

Ever wish you could go back to summer camp? As each school year draws to a close and the hazy days of summer cast their spell, I’m always drawn into reminiscence of my days as a camp counselor. Some of the best summers of my life where spent at camp, and many of my most […]

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