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A beach for every day of the year

Silken sands. Captivating coves. Secluded shores. There are 365 beaches in Antigua, most located on the island's calm, protected Caribbean side. Tucked along the bays of the island, Antigua's beaches are some of the most pristine in the Caribbean. Warm, steady trade winds, a complex coastline of safe harbors, and a protective, nearly unbroken wall of coral reef make Antigua a delight for sun worshippers and watersports enthusiasts. Located in the middle of the Leeward Islands, Antigua's weather is ideal with less than 45 inches of rainfall each year, making it the sunniest of the Eastern Caribbean Islands. On the east coast, Half Moon Bay and Long Bay are both known for unforgettable snorkeling and diving. Dickenson Bay and Runaway Bay are located on the northwestern coast and are the place to go if you want the full beach experience. Galley Bay attracts surfers during the winter. The four crescent beaches at Hawksbill are also highly regarded. The perfect end to any day awaits with spectacular sunsets from Fort Berkeley and Shirley Heights, where you can see far out over English Harbour. A visit to Nelson's Dockyard at English Harbour is a delightful experience with its mix of shops, restaurants and English taverns.

It means "Welcome" ...On the island of Aruba, you truly are.

You're welcome to dream of endless sun and scenery. You're welcome to plunge into the breathtaking blue and crystal clear ocean and to lounge on sparkling white beaches. You're welcome to plan the ideal family vacation, the perfect wedding, a romantic honeymoon or simply escape to a colorful world away from home. You're welcome to explore make everything 'Aruba' your own find the perfect something, or nothing, to do. Aruba is a distinct blend of people from South America and Europe, from the Far East and other islands of the Caribbean. These diverse settlers add unique flavor to the lives of the inhabitants of the island. Arubans are among the most educated people in the world, speaking English, Spanish, Dutch and Papiamento fluently. Many also speak French and German. From the moment you arrive, your vacation will be overflowing with good music. Arubans are ardent music lovers and musicians and cherish their traditional music, such as the fiery tumba, the elegant danza and the fast-paced Antillean waltz. International cuisine runs the gamut from French to Fusion, Italian to Indian, from Japanese to Javanese. Local cuisine carries its own distinction with the sharp taste of the local "yerbe hole" basil bringing out the best of the "catch of the day." Come enjoy the charm of windmills, lighthouses and twisting divi divi trees ...or luxuriate in the world's most opulent spas. Come play in the glittering casinos and luxury resorts ...or wander the unsurpassed pristine beaches. Bon bini!

Serenity and gentility beckon...

With sweet tropical air and British flair, Barbados entices with spectacular pink-white sand beaches and crystal azure sea. Coral reefs fringe the shoreline providing exciting snorkeling and scuba. Complete your adventure exploring coastal caves that were once the hideouts of notorious pirates.

Barbados is unique, melding English traditions and Caribbean style. Often called "Little England", the island is home to centuries old stone buildings and churches. If not for swaying palm trees, you might be convinced you were in a London neighborhood. The people of Barbados are nicknamed "Bajuns". They are proud of their English heritage and enjoy cricket and afternoon tea. People still wear light jackets for dinner, observe traditional English manners and speak with more of a British accent than the pure "West-Indies" accent found elsewhere in the Caribbean. Bajuns are outgoing and welcoming to visitors from around the world. In fact, one of the reasons so many people enjoy going to Barbados is the overwhelming feeling that their hotel is part of the "neighborhood" rather than just a resort. The beaches of Barbados range from long, narrow strands of sand lapped by calm waters to rockbound, cove-type beaches that are scenic but pounded by high Atlantic surf. Cuisine on the island is drawn mainly from African and English influences but one can discover a great variety of establishments featuring Italian, French, Spanish, East Indian and Chinese culinary treats. Visit a quaint windmill, stand in awe 800 feet above the Atlantic in a 17th century Abbey, or sample some of the best rum in the Caribbean. Let the gentle trade winds take you to Barbados ...just beyond your imagination.

Endless beauty, endless adventure...

Sprawled on the Caribbean coast, nestled between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize offers an intriguing mix of tropical forests rich with wildlife, majestic mountains, mysterious Mayan temples, and diving and fishing experiences beyond compare. In a single day, you can go from tropical forest to the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. The natural ecology and individual history varies from town to town, adding to the intrigue of Belize. So pack your bags, but keep it light... while Belize offers more than enough to keep you on the move (even if it's just to roll over on the beach), you will never have to move far thanks to its diverse and convenient geography. Hike or canoe under the shade of the rainforest canopy in the company of over 500 species of birds. Observe stalactites and stalagmites in caves that contain pottery and ceremonial remnants of the ancient Maya. Island hop by kayak between the cays or around one of Belize's three atolls. Witness a sunset from atop a Mayan temple Snorkel with the kids and learn about the biology of the barrier reef. Take a refreshing dip beneath one of the many spectacular waterfalls. Exchange vows with the crystal Caribbean Sea lapping at your feet. Swap stories back at your luxury resort after a day of wrestling with permit, tarpon and bonefish.

Where Old World charm meets New World splendor
100 million years ago, this hook-shaped Eden was once the tip of a huge volcano. The island of Bermuda rises out of the Atlantic Ocean and is surrounded by a wide platform of underwater coral reefs. This gives the seas near the shallow shore unimaginable colors - stunning blues and greens that skirt the miles of world-renowned pink sand beaches. Upscale Bermuda offers an escape to paradise within easy distance of the states, with friendly people, great shopping, and beautiful scenery. Combining Old World charm and ultimate luxury, Bermuda offers a British sensibility, with American conveniences and a laid-back island atmosphere. With more than 650 species of fish inhabiting its warm turquoise waters, Bermuda is a delight to swimmers, snorkelers, divers and deep-sea fishermen alike. If you see people dancing down the street to the sound of drums and whistles, wearing colorful costumes, then you may be witnessing that most elusive of Bermuda events - the Gombey dancers! Whether it's swimming with friendly dolphins, savoring high tea, or enjoying 18 holes on a championship golf course, the brilliance of Bermuda awaits you.

Cap Cana
The World's Next Great Destination!

Located in the Dominican Republic on the eastern two-thirds of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, which lies between the islands of Cuba to the West and Puerto Rico to the East, and situated about 670 miles Southeast of Florida, only 7 minutes away from the Punta International Airport.

Cap Cana is considered one of the Dominican Republic's most scenic beaches. The destination features the largest and most technologically advanced inland yacht marina in the Caribbean, three Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses and, of course, spectacular beaches. Cap Cana has upscale residential areas near the resorts, so vacationers can meander through the public areas that feature a variety of elegant boutiques and restaurants, tennis and swimming facilities, polo grounds, a casino and more.

The Beaches are the soul of Cap Cana; warm crystal-blue waters dancing in time with miles of pristine sand. Every day is a wonderful experience. Enjoy perfect relaxation with a massage at the Juanillo beach club, while the rest of the world quietly slips away as you are surrounded by the calm protective water of a natural coral reef. For those looking to pick up the tempo, you can swim, windsurf, kayak, or snorkel among the gentle waves and cool Caribbean breeze.

In observance of Holy Week, motorized watersports and some optional excursions are not available April 21st-24th 2011.

Real. Different.
Curaçao is where tropical charm, Latin style, a proud African heritage and European sophistication meet in the Caribbean. Just 35 miles off the coast of Venezuela, in the Caribbean Sea just outside the hurricane belt, Curaçao weather is the most temperate in the Caribbean, with long, sunny days and soft breezes. The fun shines night and day, and visitors can explore 38 beaches, discover unique family attractions, visit historic monuments and museums, and more. Curaçao resorts offer something for everyone from honeymooners to families. Explore the island by day, discover a secluded white-sand cove speckled with the island's famed Divi Divi trees, or ride horseback through a national park. By evening be ready to dance the night away, listen to hot jazz and enjoy some of the Caribbean's best cuisine under the stars. Curaçao's long standing ties to Holland are reflected in rows of crayola-colored townhouses with red tiled roofs and rococo-style facades lining the streets of historic Willemstad, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, placing it in the company of the Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal. With miles of reefs, some only 10 feet from the surface, and 65 world-class dive sites featuring a rainbow of unusual sea life and underwater visibility up to 150 feet, Curaçao is one of the Caribbean's top dive destinations.

Grand Cayman
Tales of buccaneering feats and shipwrecked sailors, the legend of Blackbeard... the Cayman Islands have a rich seafaring history with near-mythical status. Today, modern adventurers flock to Grand Cayman for treasures of another kind - sweeping white sands, sunken ships from centuries past, stunning coral formations and turquoise waters. Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands, 90 miles away from Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Enjoy a variety of watersports on famous Seven Mile Beach, or simply "Relax Cayman Islands Style" and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of this stunning Caribbean treasure. A diver's dream, underwater adventure abounds in Grand Cayman with more than 200 dive sites with fascinating coral reefs and colorful marine life. A must-see for adventurous souls is Stingray City, noted as the best 12-foot dive in the world. For beginners, dive at Trinity Caves and Orange Canyon. The best shore-entry snorkeling spots are south of George Town at Eden Rock and Parrot's landing. North of town, try the reef just off the West Bay Cemetery on Grand Cayman's est coast, or the reef-protected shallows of the island's north and south coasts. On land, explore mysterious caves and coves, once hideouts for notorious pirates like Blackbeard and Sir Henry Morgan. Visit the Cayman Turtle Farm, the only green sea-turtle farm of its kind in the world. Considered an endangered species, the green seas turtle is practically extinct elsewhere in the Caribbean. Visit Grand Cayman's Botanic Park and its amazing Heritage and Floral Garden. Just beyond the Floral Garden, the two-acre lake has three small islands with native vegetation, providing a habitat for bird life. Caymanians enjoy one of the highest standards of living of the in the West Indies. The island's main industries are tourism and offshore banking, thanks to the absence of direct taxes.

Come to Jamaica and Feel All Right!

Nothing is a problem on this island paradise where reggae, romance and the Caribbean sun come together. Accommodations range from charming inns to luxurious resorts. Pioneers of the all-inclusive vacation concept, you won't find an island that does it better. Jamaica is the birthplace of Belafonte's calypso and Bob Marley's reggae, and home to many celebrated music festivals. Wherever you go in Jamaica while on your trip, the friendly smiles of its people and the natural beauty of the island will keep you coming back.

With its own international airport, Montego Bay is ideal for those who are limited to a short stay. Discover a variety of amazing beaches, a bustling town and many sites including the Rosehall Great House. Ocho Rios is particularly known for its spectacular waterfalls, sprawling beaches, tropical gardens and fern gullies. For a memorable adventure, climb the 700-foot cascading waterfalls of Dunns River Falls. The "Capital of Casual", Negril is at the western tip of the island and is known for its amazing sunsets and gorgeous Seven Mile Beach. Runaway Bay (so called because slaves once used this area as an escape route) is a short distance west of Ocho Rios and home to several resorts. Visit the Seville Great House and Nine Miles, birthplace of Bob Marley. On the north coast between Montego Bay and Runaway Bay, Falmouth and Braco are growing resort areas offering a variety of popular hotels and all-inclusive resorts.

La Romana
Playground of the Rich and Famous

Located on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, La Romana has been a refuge for the rich and famous for many years. Discover this secluded, upscale paradise featuring the resort area known as Casa de Campo, host to kings, presidents, dignitaries and celebrities for generations.

Take in an international polo match, or maybe spend the day deep sea fishing on the crystalline Caribbean waters. Play at one of four ranked championship 18-hole golf courses, some of the best in the Caribbean. Visit the spectacular artist enclave of Altos de Chavon, a replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village where you'll wander down cobblestone paths revealing unique shopping, galleries featuring traditional Dominican crafts and jewelry, excellent restaurants, and exciting nightlife. Experience a performing arts event under the stars at the 5,000 seat outdoor ampitheatre.

In observance of Holy Week, motorized watersports and some optional excursions are not available April 21st-24th 2011.

Puerto Plata
Golden Beaches on the Amber Coast...
With majestic mountains at its back and the sparkling Atlantic and soothing trade winds at its face, Puerto Plata is the Caribbean's up and coming destination. The entire shore is known as the Amber Coast, named for rich deposits of the lustrous stone. The town bustles with shops, restaurants and patio cafes. A rich blend of cultures and architecture make this scenic retreat ideal for your Caribbean vacation. You can find a global culture here with a unique Dominican twist. French dance and ballet can be found in the Cibao and Santiago and Victorian and English architecture still can be found in Puerto Plata. This intermix of cultures is best expressed in the meringue dance and music of the island. A rhythmic mix from African and Caribbean origins, merengue is very much part of life here! From January through March, Samana Bay is one of the best places in the world for whale watching. It offers something for everyone - the outer bay is where you might find aggressive males competing for the females, and the sheltered inner bay is one of the most important humpback nurseries in the world. Humpback whales have been wintering near Samana for centuries. Cave drawings made by the aboriginal inhabitants of Los Haitises, long before Columbus arrived, depict the spouting whales. Columbus saw them too, as the log of his travels along the north coast in 1493 makes clear. If windsurfing along the coast of a lush island sounds appealing to you, then take note. About 30 minutes from Puerto Plata is the quaint resort community of Cabarete. A host to world championship windsurfing events, the smooth waters of this bay with consistent winds makes it a magnet for water-sports enthusiasts. Ocean World in Puerto Plata is the world's first fully interactive ocean park. It's not about strolling past gigantic aquariums teeming with tropical fish and sharks. It's about actually getting inside the aquarium and swimming with them. This is the first park of its kind, where you're interactive with all the animals: sea lions, dolphins, sharks, stingrays, tropical fish and tropical birds.

Puerto Rico
The Island of Enchantment

Rich in history and full of natural wonders, enchanting Puerto Rico has it all. World-class resorts, championship golf, 300 miles of shoreline, fabulous shops, fine dining and a nightlife that sizzles with glitzy nightclubs and casinos. Take time to visit some of Puerto Rico's countless ecological and historic sites. Tour Old San Juan, the oldest city in the U.S., and the historic town of Ponce. Roam the ramparts of the 400-year-old forts at San Felipe del Morro and San Cristobal. Explore tunnels, underground vaults and ancient spiral staircases where Spanish soldiers protected their families against enemy invasions. Nature lovers shouldn't miss El Yunque Rainforest, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Park Service. Discover 28,000 acres of lush tropical forest, unique flora and fauna, and a myriad of brooks and waterfalls. Visit the Riu Camuy Cave System Park and descend into the depths of a million year old cave. Three crater-like sinkholes and two caves of the huge system are open to explore. Follow nature's trail at Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Preserve. Experience almost every major tropical habitat unique to the island.

Punta Cana
We are THE travel authority when it comes to Punta Cana. We've been bringing passengers to the glorious white sand beaches of Punta Cana since its tourism beginnings. And today, with more than 1.5 million happy customers to the destination, no other tour operator comes close to our knowledge and expertise.

There's a reason why Punta Cana is at the top of travel wish lists:
Modern and luxurious resorts and spas 19 amazing golf courses designed by legends Pete Dye, P.B. Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Robert Trent Jones, Gary Player, Tom Fazio and Nick Faldo Exceptional watersports like sport-fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving Enticing restaurants and vibrant nightlife Shopping, local handicrafts and art The spirit and charm of the Dominican culture And 40 miles of spectacular sugar white beaches Within easy reach of Punta Cana is the resort area of Cap Cana - THE WORLD'S GREAT NEW DESTINATION. Meticulously designed, Cap Cana offers an array of luxury services and upscale amenities, encompassed by spectacular natural surroundings. This majestic resort development, complete with pure white sand and turquoise sea, features the largest inland yacht marina in the Caribbean surrounded by elegant shops, upscale dining and world-class golf. The championship 18-hole, Jack Nichlaus Signature designed Punta Espada Golf Course has been the site of the PGA Tour's Champions Tour since 2008, and rated by Golfweek as the #1 course in Mexico and the Caribbean for the second consecutive year.

In observance of Holy Week, motorized watersports and some optional excursions are not available March 28 - 31, 2013.

Santo Domingo
In the footsteps of the great explorers...
Santo Domingo is one of the Caribbean's most vibrant cities, with a 12-block Colonial Zone to rival that of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico. Come here to walk in the footsteps of Cortés, Ponce de León, and, of course, Columbus himself.
Here is also one of the grand shopping bazaars of the Caribbean, with such "hot" items as hand-wrapped cigars for sale virtually everywhere, along with local handcrafts. Jewelry made of larimar or amber is also much sought after. From gambling to merengue, Santo Domingo is also one of the liveliest cities in the Caribbean after dark. Bartholomeo Columbus, brother of Christopher, founded the city on the southeastern Caribbean coast in 1496. It's the oldest city in the New World and the capital of the Dominican Republic. Explore relics of Columbus and the colonial era. Santo Domingo, a treasure trove of historic, sometimes crumbling, buildings, is undergoing a major government-sponsored restoration. The old town is still partially enclosed by remnants of its original city wall. The narrow streets, old stone buildings, and forts are like nothing else in the Caribbean, including the first cathedral, monastery, hospital, university and court of law in the Western Hemisphere. Ever since the Dominicans presented John F. Kennedy with what became his favorite rocker, visitors have wanted to take home a rocking chair. These rockers are often sold unassembled, for easy shipping. Other popular buys include Dominican rum, hand-knit articles, macramé, ceramics, and crafts in native mahogany. Uno, Dos, Tres Strikes-You're Out! Dominicans were crazy about baseball long before their countryman Sammy Sosa set the United States on fire. Almost every Major League baseball team has at least one player from the Dominican Republic on its roster these days. If you go between October and January, you can catch a game in the Dominican Republic's Professional Winter League. The Liga de Beisbol stadium is in Santo Domingo. There are also games at the Tetelo Vargas Stadium in San Pedro de Macoris, known to sports fans as the "land of shortstops" for the multitude of infielders that call this tiny town home.

In observance of Holy Week, motorized watersports and some optional excursions are not available March 28 - 31, 2013.

Sint Maarten/Saint Martin
All the finer things in life can be found on this elegant island that shares the cultures of two countries. Sint Maarten's/St. Martin's weather is ideal, refreshed by trade winds that keep you comfortable as the sun shines down. Visit both sides of the island for a true taste of this diverse paradise, where the sun smiles like the Dutch and the moon speaks perfect French. To the south is the Dutch side, Sint Maarten, with its cosmopolitan capital of Philipsburg. Shop here for the best duty-free shops, and spend the evening at its glitzy casinos and popular nightspots. To the north is the French side, St. Martin. Miles of glistening beaches complement the chic boutiques and French cafés. Beaches on the French side tend to be more secluded and more conducive to privacy. The French capital of Marigot is truly a culinary haven for sampling all regions of French cuisine. Orient Bay is popular due to its wide expanse of beach, underwater marine reserve with a coral reef great for snorkeling, and a variety of watersports.

St. Croix
Paradise found...

The largest of the US Virgin Islands, St. Croix offers you the Caribbean getaway you crave, with no passport required. Gentle hills and azure waters await your arrival. Crystalline beaches surround the island, interspersed with pebbled shores that are home to sea turtles and dolphins. Explore the history of the two distinctive and quaint old towns of Christiansted and Fredriksted. In addition to fabulous snorkeling, scuba diving and sailing, enjoy a number of other indoor and outdoor activities on St. Croix including world-class golf, fine dining, excellent shopping and even a casino. Wrap up your day with a visit to one of the many beach bars, bustling nightclubs, boardwalk bistros and quaint cafes. In the evening, it's amazing to see the lights of the two towns from the water. From unpretentious, quaint boutique hotels to first class resorts, your choices are endless. The one-time Danish capital of the West Indies, Christiansted is a National Historic Site. Hike through Fredriksted's 15-acre tropical rain forest and see an untouched primeval wonderland! Take a sailing tour to uninhabited Buck Island, one of the world's greatest dive spots. Two-thirds of the island is surrounded by a coral barrier reef, and the underwater trail is one of only three in the U.S. Buck Island Reef is the only U.S. National Monument that is underwater. Turtle Beach on Buck's west end has been voted one of the world's most beautiful beaches by National Geographic. Golfers will enjoy the Carambola Golf Course designed by Robert Trent Jones, the Buccaneer Resort's Bob Joyce-designed par 70 course and the nine-hole Reef Golf Course on Teaque Bay.

St. Kitts
An experience like no other...

Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and sugary beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. St. Kitts is uncrowded and unspoiled, famous around the world for excellent preservation of its ecosystems. Nature lovers will want to wander through the lava formations, tropical forests, and seaside lagoons. Boating and scuba diving expeditions are also favorite activities. Plantation homes have been transformed into grand yet intimate inns. Quaint shopping areas and beautiful Colonial architecture draw visitors to the tiny towns. If a quiet vacation in a luxurious and alluring corner of paradise is what you seek, you'll find it on St. Kitts. Experience a taste of history when visiting St. Kitts, home to structures dated to the 17th century, with architectural influences from the French & English settlers. With its origin in West Africa, stilt walkers or Moko-Jumbies as they are called locally, follow traditions from African mythology. These fearless artists walk and dance over six feet above ground on handcrafted stilts. Marvel at the Masquerade dancers, uniquely Kittitian, wearing tall peacock-feathered headdresses, masks, and fringed costumes entirely decorated with bangles, mirrors and ribbons. Dance experts have identified both European and African influence, including the "Wild Mas", the Quadrille, the Rhumba, the Fertility Dance, and the Boillola.

St. Lucia (UVF)
Simply Beautiful.

Sparkling bays glisten in the sunlight over picturesque sandy coves. Exotic rainforests burst with the vibrant hues of tropical flowers and vegetation. The "Twin Peaks" of the Pitons rise magnificently from the sea. The west coast is home to stunning reefs and wrecks, ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, while the southern part of the island features mile after mile of banana plantations, tropical rainforests, and other natural wonders. Largely untouched by time, St. Lucia truly is "Simply Beautiful". Visit Marigot Bay, a lovely, sequestered, natural harbor that once provided a hideout for pirate ships. Marigot Bay has served as the setting for numerous major motion pictures. Whale and turtle watching are popular in St. Lucia. Over 20 species of whales are regularly spotted throughout the year. The abundance of turtles on the island is due to the protection provided by local environmentalists. A variety of natural trails through St. Lucia's majestic rainforests lead hikers to the top of St. Lucia's mountains, through old plantation grounds, to volcanic pools, along beaches, to Cactus Valley, Pigeon Island and more.

St. Thomas
A Caribbean getaway with American Influence

The U.S. Virgin Islands are made up of three islands - St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix - each with its own unique perspective on relaxation and fun.

St. Thomas offers fabulous resorts, renowned duty-free shopping, gorgeous beaches, championship golf and non-stop nightlife. With its mountainous terrain, you'll enjoy stunning views of the Caribbean and beautiful Magen's Bay from 1500 feet above sea level. Visit St. Thomas' Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the U.S.Virgin Islands and home to one of the most beautiful harbors in the world. The most visited port in the Caribbean, Charlotte Amalie is known as the shopping mecca of the Caribbean with its winding streets of world-class duty free shops. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy St. Thomas' George and Tom Fazio-designed Mahogany Run course. St. Thomas is also famous for yachting and sport fishing. For a more laid-back vacation, bask in the mesmerizing natural beauty of St. John, the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands and a short ferry ride from St. Thomas. Two thirds of St. John is designated as a National Park, featuring fascinating trails, secluded coves and dazzling white beaches. The center of activity on St. John is Cruz Bay, with colorful shops, lively bars and great restaurants, all within easy walking distance. Trunk Bay, Hawksnest Bay, Cinnamon Bay and Maho Bay are just four of the dozens of spectacular beaches on St. John.

Turks and Caicos
Explore and find... yourself.

A perfect climate, pristine beaches and soothing turquoise and emerald surf combine for the ideal vacation experience in Turks and Caicos. Made up of 40 different islands, only eight are still inhabited. Providenciales ("Provo") is the center of tourism with a vast choice of hotels, resorts and restaurants, to appeal to the most discerning traveler. Most of the out islands can be easily reached by boat from Provo. Still largely undiscovered, the Turks and Caicos Islands are ideal for a romantic escape, a relaxing family vacation, or adventure diving and whale watching. Some of the Caribbean's best diving can be found here due to the abundance of colorful sea life and impressive coral walls. Dive, snorkel, stroll, beachcomb, dine, dance, do everything, or do nothing. The 200-mile barrier reef system surrounding the Caicos Islands is 65 miles wide. Here, divers can explore the vibrant marine life with brilliant 200 feet visibility. From late December through April, about 2500 humpback whales pass through the shores of the Turks and Caicos Islands on their annual migration to the Mouchoir Bank, less than 30 miles away. Divers enjoy an amazing underwater concert of the whales' songs! Throughout the year, the deep offshore waters serve as a major transit point for spotted Eagle Rays, Manta Rays and Turtles. Tuna, Wahoo and Blue Marlin use these same rich waters.

The adventure paradise without limits.

Acapulco is world renowned for its variety, glamour and luxury. With a long-standing reputation as a haven for the rich and famous, Acapulco has everything a traveler could hope for. No matter how much time you have, you won't have enough to do all there is to do. Extending more than 12 miles, the opaline beaches are the crown jewels of Acapulco and each has a unique character all its own. Some cater to the sun and fun seeker and some to those looking for solitude.

Acapulco enjoys millions of visitors a year, but has only been in the tourist business for 50 years. While Europe was rebuilding after World War II, this beautiful destination's true potential was recognized. Acapulco had 200 hotels by 1964 when the first authorized jet aircraft landed. The planes haven't stopped landing since, as the golden beaches and opulent resorts call to people from all over the globe. Explore and discover the exciting nightlife of this bustling port. It offers more variety, emotion, and Mexican flavor than any other tourist resort in the country. With romantic eateries, vibrant nightclubs, discos, and hot salsa, there is something for every taste. Have your breath taken away by the legendary "Clavadistas" (cliff divers) of La Quebrada, a dramatic rock formation on Acapulco's western coast, not far from the Zocalo. A narrow finger of the Pacific reaches in below steep cliffs from which local 'clavadistas' dive 135 feet into the cove several times each day.

Surrounded on three sides by lagoon, bay and sea, Cancun offers a variety of vacation experiences. You'll find some of the world's best beaches with wide expanses of silky white sand as far as the eye can see. Cancun is naturally situated in subtropical jungle perfect for exploration and adventure. Hop on a jet ski or charter a boat for some deep sea fishing and spend a leisurely day at sea. Pristine reefs exist for snorkeling and diving. Relax overlooking the crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea in a hammock, or pamper yourself at a world-class spa. The Hotel Zone of Cancun, located along the world-famous "seven" shaped peninsula at the eastern tip of Mexico, is truly a shoppers' paradise, with everything from lively street markets to the world's most exclusive boutiques within walking distance of fantastic resorts. Cancun's array of dining choices will entice every palate, ranging from local specialties to five star restaurants. The glittering nightlife still reigns in Cancun, with all-night discos, live music, piano bars and even jazz clubs open year round. Riviera Maya
To the south of Cancun, the Riviera Maya offers a unique and different experience. With its wide expanse of beaches and proximity to Mayan cultural sites, it is the old world meeting the new. Thousand-year old ruins lie within sight of luxurious mega-resorts offering every amenity imaginable. For Golfers there are a variety of challenging courses to choose from. Many resorts here are all-inclusive, offering all meals, drinks, tips, and entertainment at one price, an attractive option for budget-conscious travelers and families. Relax all day in a hammock beside the Caribbean Sea or walk the powder-white sand beaches that stay cool as they reflect the heat of the tropical sun. Visit the nearby town of Playa del Carmen, with shops featuring local art and handicrafts, where you can take the ferry across to the island of Cozumel. Uncover the ancient culture of the Mayans and visit ruins that reveal their lives and beliefs. Afterwards, cool off with a swim in a cenote, a freshwater pool bringing water from underground limestone caverns to the surface. Tourists have spoken, Cancun's beaches are back and better than ever
Cancun, Quintana Roo, January 12, 2010 - Cancun tourists are in awe and the locals couldn't be happier, Cancun has finally gotten its beaches back. As the USD $71 million dollar ($957 million pesos), project continues, the results can not only be seen, but are already being enjoyed by all.

The project commenced on September 4th, 2009 delivering more than two thousand tons of pipeline material to destination and more than 1.3 billion gallons (6.1 million cubic meters) of sand to replenish all of Cancun's Hotel Zone seashore.

A Mexican heart...with a Caribbean soul
Just twelve miles off the Yucatan coast lies the island paradise of Cozumel. Its waters so clear, its coral reefs so spectacular, famed marine biologist Jacques Cousteau called it the "best diving area in the world". Boasting the second largest barrier reef in the world (Palancar Reef), Cozumel draws divers, swimmers and snorkelers from around the globe.
Add poured-sugar beaches to the crystalline water, mix in beautiful, serene resorts and you have the makings of a perfect vacation! Cozumel has been a tourism hub for over a millennium. The ancient Mayans were required, at least once in their lifetime, to make a pilgrimage to the shrine of Ixchel, the ancient goddess of fertility and the moon. The temple ruins still stand at the archeological site of San Gervasio. Ecotourism at its best can be found here. Jungle and swampy lagoons, which are home to animals and birds that have never left the island, cover Cozumel's mostly undeveloped territory at the center of the island. Noteworthy is the Chankanaab National Park, a Cozumel icon, and the Punta Sur Ecological Reserve. The huge protected area at the southern tip of the island includes Punta Celarain and its historical lighthouse, as well as the Colombia Lagoon, a shelter for many of the island's endemic species. Travel to Cozumel in the early spring and experience Carnaval! Grandparents, adults, teenagers and children alike come together to participate in the harmonically colorful and musical explosion. Within the Mexican-Caribbean, here is the most popular and authentic Carnaval celebration, providing a more traditional and family-oriented event. Together locals and visitors enjoy five days of fun that include parades, floats, traditional regional foods, music and dancing. The highlight of the festivities is the Comparsas Ball that features an incredible dance competition, not to be missed!

Nine bays, no limits.

Discover secret coves and hidden lagoons in and around the nine sparkling bays of Huatulco (wah-tool-co). As the hemisphere's first eco-tourism resort, this unspoiled hideaway remains pleasingly primitive, yet warm and welcoming. With no resort taller than six stories, great care is being taken to retain the virgin beauty of this environmental jewel. Your Huatulco escape puts you in reach of spectacular waterfalls, emerald rainforests, whale watching and the ancient culture of the mysterious Zapotec people. If you're planning on doing some sport fishing, these waters are ideal for catching marlin and tuna. For the serious angler, The International Sailfish Fishing Tournament takes place in the calm and crystalline waters of Oaxaca's Pacific coast every year. Explore the Cascadas Magicas de Copalitilla - Located along the Copalita River, these majestic waterfalls are an excellent place to relax. For a truly unique experience, you can go swimming in this magical atmosphere with its lush vegetation, enjoying nature in its purest form. The Punta Celeste archaeological zone is located inside the Botazoo Ecological Park. These ruins are still relatively unexplored; yet trekking through the pristine jungle makes it well worth the adventure. Here you can learn about the magic and mystery of the Zapotec culture. The site was closed for scientific research, but is newly opened to the public.

One destination, for body and soul...

Set against lush green mountains, this tropical beauty offers all the modern comforts of luxury resorts, and all the charm of a sleepy seaside village. Located only seven kilometers apart, Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo combine to deliver the best of both worlds. Connected by 16 miles of glorious golden beaches along the sapphire Pacific coast, this exotic destination offers you the luxury of two vacations in one. Lay back, pick up the pace or do a little of both and enjoy two great vacations in one.
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Ixtapa invites you to luxuriate at any of its world-class resorts, or perfect your swing at one of several championship golf courses. For the more adventurous, experience some of the best water sports on the southwest coast of Mexico. Then dine in one of the many diverse eateries, or dance the night away in one of the sparkling nightclubs. Zihuatanejo is a classic Mexican village... unpretentious and serene. Stroll down the charming cobblestone streets, shop at intriguing native markets and enjoy a meal or drinks at a quaint seaside cafe. Step back in time and be charmed by the atmosphere of old world Mexico.

Rich in History, Rich in Beauty...
Discover the beauty of Loreto while relaxing in the tranquil ambiance of the indigo hued Sea of Cortez. As the first capital of the Californias, Loreto's culture runs as deep as its rich history. Come explore the warmth of Loreto's community. Enjoy world-class sport fishing and play golf and tennis at the Nopolo recreational sports complex. With year round temperatures averaging in the 80's, outdoor activities are always available. Try sailing, kayaking, diving, horseback riding, mountain biking and beachcombing to your heart's content. When your appetite has grown from a long day of playing under the warm rays of the Mexican sun, indulge in fresh cuisine perfected for over three hundred years. Accommodations range from an all-inclusive resort on the beach to quaint boutique hotels and bed and breakfasts in town. In 1697, Jesuit priest Padre Juan Maria Salvatierra and a small group of loyal followers came upon San Dionisio, a small port where steep lavender mountains with spreading palms divided the arid desert from the cobalt sea. He carried with him the Virgin of Loreto and as he placed her image on a wooden cross, adorned with wildflowers, Loreto, the first capital of the Californias, was born. The Sierra La Giganta mountain range, one of the tallest and most spectacular in Baja, overlooks the town of Loreto and creates breathtaking panoramic vistas. The surrounding desert is rich with unique plant and animal life and the water teems with aquatic life, creating unlimited eco-tour opportunities. The quiet, quaint streets of downtown Loreto offer numerous boutiques from which you will discover the amazing creativity of the Mexican people. "Productos artisanias" or "artists products" refer to the myriad of hand-made arts and crafts found throughout Mexico. In Loreto, you'll find genuine silver jewelry, paintings, fine textiles from the mainland, ceramic and wood sculptures, blown glass and metal designs, finely carved lamps and furniture and much, much more. Don't hesitate to ask questions about the art or bargain with the local vendors, as this is a long running and fun tradition in Mexico. Be curious and courteous and you'll really enjoy the shopping experience in Loreto.

Los Cabos
Nature's playground.

Here, at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, land ends and the Sea of Cortez wrestles with Pacific Ocean. Breathtaking beaches line the resort area of Los Cabos, making it the trendiest of the west coast destinations. Two towns, lively Cabo San Lucas and laid-back San Jose del Cabo, are bridged by the 20 mile "Corridor", lined with world-class oceanfront hotels; a golfer's Nirvana, with course after championship course to perfect your swing.

While the nightlife in San Jose del Cabo centers around the restaurants and large hotels, Cabo San Lucas is the party capital of Los Cabos, where you'll find a wide variety of nightclubs as well as casual and fine dining options, and not a few celebrity sightings. Known as the Sport Fishing capital of the world, Cabo is home to many big game fish, particularly marlin. The marina at Cabo San Lucas hosts sailfish, swordfish, marlin and dorado fishing tournaments yearly. During the winter In Los Cabos you can admire one of the most extraordinary natural phenomena to occur on Mexico's coasts: the courtship process of the gray whale. It is estimated that 20,000 of these whales migrate to the Mexican coast each year. You can also spy blue, humpback and sperm whales.

Old World Charm, New World Adventure
Built along the gorgeous Pacific Coast, with a definite Moorish-Mediterranean feeling; travel to Manzanillo may make you forget you are in the new world, with over 600 years of notable history and boundless untouched beauty. Choose from miles of white or black sand beaches, glistening bays, or charter a yacht and see the beauty of Manzanillo from the sea. Set off on a course of adventure in sport fishing - after all, Manzanillo is acclaimed as the "Sailfish Capital of the World", with international tournaments held in its waters yearly. Explore "Volcan de Fuego" an active volcano near Colima, the capital of Manzanillo. On the way back, visit the Palacio de Gobierno and the ruins of the San Francisco de Colima Convent, the second oldest convent in western Mexico. Both are examples of the region's beautiful neoclassical architecture. Enjoy a round of challenging golf on lush fairways along the Pacific Ocean, or try out La Hadas, ranked by Golf Digest as one of the top courses in the world.

Located directly east of the tip of the Baja Peninsula, 17 gorgeous miles of palm-lined beachfront make Mazatlan a winner among sun destinations. Visit the active seaport and historical attractions, or enjoy hiking, eco-tours and aquatic sports. Mazatlan graciously welcomes visitors to its charming city featuring old world charm. A stroll along the famous Malecón is great for shopping and dining. For a little adventure, trek through Mazatlan's scenic hillsides and numerous valleys. Once just a quaint fishing village, big game fishing is still popular here. Charter a boat for a half or full day trip. Enjoy an awesome panoramic view from the "Faro," the second largest lighthouse in the world towering 447 feet over the harbor. The Island of the Birds, Island of he Deer and Island of the Wolves are trademarks of Mazatlan. Transportation by pagna, or small boat, is provided to these tranquil beaches.

Puerto Vallarta/Riviera Nayarit
Surrounded by the Sierra Madre Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Puerto Vallarta provides an exotic blend of cosmopolitan culture, old world colonial charm and nature at her best. Watch whales up close in Banderas Bay from December through April. Puerto Vallarta's sunny weather is ideal with average temperatures in the mid-eighties. Puerto Vallarta is comprised of two major resort areas - Puerto Vallarta to the south and Riviera Nayarit to the north. Within each, you'll find a unique destination with its very own personality and charm.

Puerto Vallarta
Open-air cafés, chic boutiques and modern art galleries line the vibrant seafront Malecón. Mountains tower above the glistening sea and golden beaches, while lush jungles surround the quaint village. When the sun goes down, the fun continues. Puerto Vallarta's vast array of nightclubs is unsurpassed along Mexico's Pacific Coast. Puerto Vallarta's various resort areas including Marina Vallarta, Downtown/Viejo Vallarta, the action-packed Hotel Zone (between the Marina and Downtown) and Mismaloya can provide you with the type of vacation you want.

Riviera Nayarit
Riviera Nayarit is privileged for its natural beauty, ideal climate, white coral beaches and one of the most exuberant ecosystems in Mexico. The area's facilities include a modern marina with 200 slips, shopping mall, quality international restaurants, three golf courses, a water park, two dolphin centers and miles of glistening white beaches. Riviera Nayarit's resort areas include Punta Mita, Nuevo Vallarta, Flamingos and Bucerias.

Riviera Maya
Fly to Cancun and head south to the 112-mile stretch of coastal paradise known as Riviera Maya. Stretching from Puerto Morelos to the north (15 minutes from the Cancun Airport and often considered Riviera Cancun) to Tulum to the south, Riviera Maya has it all!. White sand beaches front turquoise waters, tropical jungles and ancient Mayan ruins. Visit Playa Del Carmen and its trendy Fifth Avenue, known for great shops, dining, golf and nightlife. Further up the coast are the popoular resort areas of Puerto Aventuras and Akumal.

Experience underwater life on the Great Maya Reef, the largest coral reef in the Northern Hemisphere. Discover ancient Mayan cities including Tulum, the only archaeological site located by the sea and Chichen Itza, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. Visit Xel-Ha, the world's largest natural aquarium, and Xcaret, where you'll see fascinating indigenous wildlife and can snorkel in underground rivers.

Grand Bahama
So much, so close
Only 52 minutes flying time from Miami, Grand Bahama Island generously offers all you expect from a tropical destination and much more. Grand Bahama Island is more than just the excitement of Freeport/Lucaya, more than just casinos, all-inclusive hotels and world-class entertainment. Outside the city is an entire island filled with natural wonders, and incredible diversity of marine life. There are small towns that seem to sleep in time, and they hide a history unlike any other in the Caribbean. Stroll endless miles of spectacular beaches, find your own secluded cove, dance the night away in cosmopolitan Freeport or escape civilization and explore one of the world's largest underwater cave systems. The "discovery" of Grand Bahama was a result of Ponce de Leon's quest for the "Fountain of Youth" in 1513. Just a short vacation here will convince you that it has indeed been found. It is believed that the Spanish explorer described the areas around the Little Bahama Bank as being "baja mar" (literally 'shallow sea'). From this, the name, Gran Bajamar, or 'Great Shallows,' evolved. Those shallows concealed for years the oldest archaeological artifacts of the Lucayan Indians, dating to the 12th century. Whether it is unraveling the mysteries of history, or enjoying the Las Vegas style entertainment that abounds in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island offers ideal diversity surrounded by abundant natural beauty.

Catch the spirit in Nassau, the heart and hub of the Bahamas since the days of the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Drenched in history, the city seduces visitors with its tropical splendor combined with glamorous shopping, gourmet dining and lively nightlife. Visit in late December and you can join in the festivities of Junkanoo, with traditional street parades and all night parties, where you can dance until dawn to local music punctuated by cowbells, watch elaborate floats, and see costumes created by tiny shreds of colourful crepe paper. Relax on the internationally celebrated sugar-white sands of Cable Beach. Wander the charming Straw Market downtown and shop for local art and handcrafted wares. Let the friendly casino staff deal you an evening of fun. Just across the bridge is the international glitz and glamour of Paradise Island. With shimmering sea, sparkling beaches and upscale shopping, it is no wonder this beautiful spot has become the travel destination for celebrities and jet setters. Families can also get in on the fun with an aquarium boasting the largest marine environment outside of Mother Nature and all-inclusive resorts that let everyone enjoy their stay in Paradise. Golf at the famous Ocean Club, with awe-inspiring vistas from almost every hole, or wander down to Marina Village to gaze at all the luxury yachts. Paradise Island is pedestrian-friendly. Looking for the comforts of home? Walk through the many outdoor shopping areas and you'll see familiar stores and restaurants to meet every budget.

The Garden Island
Travel to Kauai and discover lush, wild jungles; pristine, tropical beaches; tranquil rain forests; and rugged untouched, green mountains. Kauai holds an abundance of natural, untamed treasures. You've probably seen Kauai on the silver screen as the lush, Eden-like backdrop for hundreds of famous films. Experience Kauai in person, for the camera's lens will never capture its true beauty. Kauai is considered by many to be the most beautiful of the Hawaiian Islands because of its lush, tropical rain forest, desolate moonscapes and more than 40 spectacular beaches. From the Na Pali Coast to Waimea Canyon, there are miles of dirt paths to hike, rivers to kayak, and beaches to explore. Some of Hawaii's best golf courses are found on Kauai, including the Poipu Bay Resort Golf Course known from the PGA Grand Slam of Golf and the Prince Courses at the Princeville Resort.

The Pineapple Island
A sister island of Maui, Lanai is one of the smallest of the Hawaiian Islands, yet has much to offer. Home to just over 3,000 people, a Lanai vacation is ideal for rest, relaxation and romance. Until recently, a Dole pineapple plantation comprised most of the island. Culture and history abound on Lanai, with a variety of historical sites and topographical features. Pamper yourself at a world-class spa or play 18-holes on a championship golf course. Golfers will enjoy the unparalleled views at the Greg Norman-designed "Experience at Koele", and the rugged beauty at the Jack Nicklaus-designed "Challenge at Manele Bay". Visit glorious Hulopo'e Bay, a marine conservation area populated by tropical reef fish and spinner dolphins. Enjoy popular watersports including snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing and deep-sea fishing.

The Valley Island
Travel to Maui and experience a world-class resort destination offering luxurious beachfront hotels and a wide variety of resort options to meet every budget. The spectacular beaches at Kapalua, Kaanapali, Lahaina, Kihei, Wailea and Makena, all on the west side of the island, are among the world's best. With its variety of dining options, fabulous shopping, championship golf and incredible beaches, Maui is the ultimate vacation experience. Maui's mythic aura begins high atop Mauna Haleakala with its towering, dormant volcano crater big enough to hold Manhattan. Bundle up and watch the sun rise over Haleakala's moonlike surface for an experience you'll always remember. Maui is a golfer's paradise. Three incredibly scenic, championship courses in Kapalua are home to professional tournaments. More spectacular courses are found in Makena and Wailea. Explore historic Lahaina, once Hawaii's royal capital and later a famous whaling town. Today you'll find incredible shopping, dining and nightlife. Discover the Road to Hana and swim at the Pools at O'heo for an unforgettable trip. The twisting, narrow ribbon road weaves in and out of sea cliffs, mountains, valleys and waterfalls, and through rain forests and jungles of ferns.

The Spirit of Hawaii
There is not a single traffic light, elevator or chain store to be found on this quaint and friendly island filled with authentic Hawaiian culture and tradition. Known as "the Most Hawaiian Island", nearly 40% of Molokai's friendly 8,000 residents are of native Hawaiian descent. Molokai offers the perfect place for ultimate relaxation and discovery of nature at her best. If you're looking for an experience like no other, take an exotic and enticing Molokai vacation. Walk, run, hike, kayak, boat, horseback ride, swim or bike your way through this destination that will soon feel like home. Explore dozens of small coves with deserted beaches including Papohaku Beach Park, Hawaii's largest white sand beach. Don't miss the trip to see the world's tallest sea cliffs. For a unique experience, take a mule train trip down to the face of the cliffs.

The Gathering Place
From the vibrant glow of its brilliant shores, to the colorful terrain of its enchanting interior, Oahu is truly a vacationer's dream. Travel to Oahu and enjoy an abundance of breathtaking attractions and unique experiences just waiting to be discovered. Beyond the shores of Waikiki Beach, Oahu becomes a quietly enchanting island. On the North Shore, the ocean's fury comes to life as massive waves pound the sand in an unforgettable rhythm. Famous Waikiki Beach is the pulse of the island and a world-class resort area, offerings outstanding dining, shopping, entertainment and attractions. Down the shore from Waikiki Beach is one of the Hawaiian Island's most recognizable landmarks, the extinct volcano crater known as Diamond Head. History buffs can trace the million-year history of the islands on Oahu, or experience more recent history at Pearl Harbor.

Hawaii-The Big Island
From the dazzling lava show of Hawaii's volcano to the island's flowing waterfalls, lose yourself amidst nature's true wonders when you travel to The Big Island. Larger than all the other islands combined, The Big Island offers stunning black and white sand beaches, dramatic cliffs, volcanic parks, coffee plantations, exotic rivers and even cactus-studded deserts. The island is dominated by the twin peaks of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, both over 13,000 feet. Mauna Kea is actually the top of a submerged mountain. At 32,000 feet from sea floor to sky, it could be called the tallest mountain in the world, dwarfing Mount Everest by several thousand feet. The town of Hilo is acclaimed as the "Flower Capital of the World". The Big Island is one of the only places on earth where you can still see an active volcano. Kilauea has been periodically erupting over the last decade.

Guanacaste, located in the northwest of the country on the Pacific side, is known for its beautiful beaches, incredible bird watching, excellent surfing and superb snorkeling. Guanacaste's climate is in total contrast to the rest of the country. It is the driest region of Costa Rica, possessing a mixture of forests, warm beaches, extensive plains and an impressive volcanic range. From November through April, the plains and rolling hills receive no rain, but in wet season, everything turns green.

Panama offers an incredible variety of world-class attractions - exotic tropical rainforests, beautiful mountain refuges, Caribbean-style beaches, 1000 islands, seven living Indian cultures, a sophisticated capital city, Spanish colonial historical sites, and of course, the Panama Canal. A sovereign, fully democratic country, Panama is a top destination for adventurists, eco-tourists, history buffs, beach lovers, families and romantics.

Located east of Costa Rica and west of Colombia, Panama is a narrow isthmus connecting North America with South America. Panama has a first-world infrastructure with world-class medical care. The country is very tourist friendly, and English is widely spoken as a second language. The dollar is Panama's official currency-a great convenience for American tourists.

Panama is endowed with some of the world's most pristine and bio-diverse rainforests protected in 14 national parks covering 5 million acres, representing approximately 22% of the surface area of the country. It is the habitat of 944 recorded bird species, more than the U.S. and Canada combined. With two coasts and more than a thousand islands, Panama is heaven on earth for beach lovers. Coastal areas boast some of the best beaches in the world, offering excellent fishing and surfing, as well as scuba diving and snorkeling with spectacular coral reefs thriving with colorful marine life. Nearby tropical islands are easily accessible.


For the convenience of Apple Vacations customers, all hotel bookings have private transfers included. Whether you are arriving at the airport or transferring between different hotels in our program our local ground handler Gamboa Tours will provide a private air-conditioned transfer, at a time requested by you. This makes booking a double (City & Beach) or triple center vacation (City, Rainforest & Beach) simpler and will ensure you get the most out of your vacation experience in Panama.

San Jose
San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica, has a pleasant spring-like climate, never too hot or too cold due to its location in the Central Valley of the country. Nested in the heart of the Central Valley, San Jose is one of the most cosmopolitan cities of Central America. It is also ringed by volcanoes and mountains, and the fact that cloud forests, ranging rivers and rain forests lie within a few hour's drive, makes this a very popular choice for the customers looking for a very diverse vacation experience. Consider spending a few days on the beach In Manuel Antonia after your stay in San Jose. Transfers are included (2.5 to 3 hours).

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