Aruba: The most westerly of the Dutch Caribbean ABC islands, Aruba is one of the world's most popular vacation spots. Stroll along endless stretches of pristine white beach; relax beneath a sundrenched sky; windsurf in harmony with tropical trade winds; or find Lady Luck at any number of fun-filled casinos. Whatever your pleasure, Aruba is the perfect holiday!
Curacao: The Dutch Caribbean's most international island known for world-class shopping, snorkeling, and scuba diving, intruiging historical sites and superb dining. Curacao is also home to a colorful floating market and the world's longest floating bridge. And for the romantic, there are 38 cozy coves and beaches.
St. Lucia: A ruggedly beautiful island with spectacular mountains known as the Pitons, gorgeous Marigot Bay and even tropical banana plantations. Some call it the Bali Hai of the Caribbean.
Barbados: A one-of-a-kind paradise, this lovely British isle is the perfect place to enjoy a cricket match and polo, and shop for bargains on bone china, crystal, linens, and more. And scuba diving on a sunken 368-foot freighter is an unforgettabe experince.
St. Martin / St. Maarten: Enriched by beautiful beaches and shared peacefully by the Dutch and the French, St. Martin/St. Maarten is like no other island in the world. On Dutch St. Maarten there's casino gambling, duty-free shopping and Dutch cuisine specialties. While French St. Martin has bistros, cafes, and fabulous French restaurants. Experience St. Maarten and enjoy the best of two great cultures on one great island!
Cancun: Renowned for its' long ribbons of powder-white beach and brilliant Caribbean waters, Cancun is Mexico's premier island resort! Enjoy famous restaurants, scuba diving, snorkeling, open markets, chic discotheques, ancient Mayan ruins and every fun-filled activity under the sun!!
Cozumel: The brilliant, clear turquoise waters and spectacular coral formations surrounding Cozumel led Jacques Cousteau to declare this one of the world's best diving spots. With beautiful white-sand beaches, secluded coves, quaint shops, and open-air cafes tucked along winding side streets, Cozumel is Mexico's enchanting and colorful Caribbean island paradise. Come to Cozumel and play!!
St. Thomas: The premier U.S. Virgin Island, St. Thomas is the place to shop, to tour by helicopter, submarine, or sailboat, and to enjoy beautiful beaches like Magens Bay. Or choose to visit beautiful St. John.
Grand Cayman: This charming British-influenced island offers everything from an 800-foot dive aboard a research submarine to a dramatic flightseeing tour around the island. See spectacular reefs, or the world-renowned stingrays that will eat right out of your hand. Visit the beautiful beaches and crystal blue waters.
Ocho Rios: Jamaica is said to be one of the Caribbean's most beautiful isles. Decide for yourself as you take in the wash of green hills backing the bustling town of Ocho Rios, the majestic splash of Dunn's River Falls and lush tropical plantations of days gone by.
San Juan: You'll feel like you've stepped into the past when you explore the Old City with its' cobbled streets, charming shops, and ancient walled fortress of Fort Cristobal.
Bermuda: Sapphire waters and pink sand beaches. Manicured gardens, fragrant with hibiscus and oleander. Discover the sophisticated beauty of Bermuda.
Bahamas: Shop in the legendary Straw Market. Enjoy a day of sailing, sunning, snorkeling, or scuba diving. Play golf at one of two beautiful and challenging courses - Cable Beach Golf Course or Paradise Island. Visit "Sea Gardens". Pet a dolphin. Watch the famous marching pink flamingos in Ardastra Gardens and Conservation Center.
Cococay: This tropical island feaures wo gorgeous, palm-lined beaches, a beautiful lagoon, and hundreds of lounge chairs. Go snorkeling, sailboating, or parasail over CocoCay and experince the breathtaking views from 400-feet.
Key West, Florida: See the only living coral reef in the Continental U.S. through a glass bottom boat. Take a nature bike tour through the uncommercialized back streets of old Key West. Kayak through the calm waters surrounding Key West.
Miami, Florida: Take a tour past some of Miami's most notable sites; Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, and South Beach. Explore the Everglades on a 40-minute boat ride.
St. Croix, USVI: Golf at the Robert Trent Jones designed Westin Carambola Beach Resort, one of the Caribbean's mst famous golf courses. Take a charter boat to Buck Island Reef National Monument, where you can explore its' fascinating reef, a snorkeling adventure perfect for all levels of snorkelers.
Labadee: This tropical paradise features pristine beaches, walking trails, and panoramic vistas. Go snorkeling, sailboating, paddle boating, parasailing, or kayaking.
St. John's Antigua: Go horseback riding through pastoral Antiguan countryside. Take a hike through Antigua's rain forest, rich in mangoes, pineapples, and banana trees.
Riviera Maya: The charming town of Playa del Carmen and it's resort area, the Riviera Maya, aren't too far from Cancun as the hummingbird flies. But they're worlds away in attitude. Visit the Riviera Maya to relax and unwind. Enjoy the sun, the miles of beach and the good living at TNT's all-inclusive resorts. For added interest, Tulum, one of the Yucatan's most magnificent Mayan ruins, is nearby.
La Romana: La Romana is the town adjacent to Casa de Campo, the Dominican Republic's world-famous luxury golf resort. Now, in addition to Casa de Campo, you can choose from a new selection of self-contained resorts in the same glorious setting. Come to the resorts of La Romana for the remarkable beaches and natural environment, the terrific golf, the variety of resort activities and the Dominican Republic's truly delightful people.La Romana is located approximately 90 - 120 minutes from the Punta Cana airport.
Jamaica: Jamaica is without a doubt a place of exquisite natural beauty, full of jungle mountain tops, clear waterfalls and unforgettable beaches. Montego Bay boasts historical sightseeing and hiking trails into the highlands. Negril, once a pirates' haunt, encourages laid-back living with endless beaches and a front row seat for world-famous sunsets. Ochos Rios is host to slippery fun at Dunn's River Falls, and Runaway Bay has caves for the more adventurous traveler to explore.
Puerto Plata: Puerto Plata is located on the northern coast of the Caribbean island of Hispanola, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Dominican Republic. The region is cradled in a chain of majestic coastal mountains and lush green valleys and features beautiful stretches of pristine beaches and warm blue waters. In 1492, Christopher Columbus described Puerto Plata as "the fairest land under heaven". Since that time, the province of Puerto Plata has continued to captivate visitors from around the world with a rich history of Latin American culture, incredible natural beauty, exotic international cuisine and the kindness of its people. Visit the city's central park, Parque Luperon, and make a stop at the picturesque church, Iglesia de San Felipe. Also located nearby are numerous stores specializing in local crafts.
Punta Cana: Quietly and without fanfare, Punta Cana has become the Caribbean's dream destination. Until just a few years ago, these unspoiled beaches belonged to seabirds, coconut harvesters and local fishermen. Now, a discrete selection of world-class resorts has made this special place available to the rest of us. Come to Punta Cana and the Dominican Republic for the glorious beaches, world-class resorts, delightful people and incredible natural environment.
St Kitts: Think tropical, think low key, think natural. St. Kitts has declared that no building on the guitar-shaped island be taller than a palm tree, which tells you a lot about the balanced priorities here. St. Kitts soothes both body and soul. It's the place to come if you seek a vacation nicely balanced between things to do and ways to relax.
Turks & Caicos: For the ultimate beach vacation, look no further than the Turks & Caicos Islands. Whether you're honeymooning, seeking adventure or simply looking to relax, you'll quickly discover why more than half of the travelers who vacation here return - again and again. Perhaps it's the 230 miles of pristine, white-sand beaches edging into turquois-blue sea. Perhaps it's the spectacular coral reef system that has made the islands one of the premier snorkeling and diving destinations in the world. Perhaps it's the quiet tranquility you'll find in a natural paradise that remains undiscovered by the tourist crowd. Perhaps it's the fact that you won't find fast-food restaurants, loud nightclubs or crowded shopping malls here. From your base at Providenciales Island, it's easy to explore this island group. Or simply stay put - everything you need is right here at hand! Add to that an idyllic climate, friendly people and off-the-beaten-path atmosphere, and you , too - like Conde Nast magazine - will find the Turks & Caicos the Best.
Los Cabos: Cabo San Lucas is considered by many visitors to be the epicenter of the Los Cabos resort scene. While San Jose earns high marks for its friendly, historic charm, Cabo San Lucas has sprung to life only in the last 10 years. To some the city is a curious and somewhat frenzied mix of loud bars, hip nightclubs, chain restaurants, designer boutiques, and timeshare sales booths. Others rave about the city's diverse gourmet dining, abundant shopping, and familiar American-style vacation diversions.
Undoubtedly there's more to do in "San Lucas" (as locals call the city) and lots more people out and about than in its quieter sister city of San Jose. Its busy marina draws visitors for boat excursions and to the sport fishing dock to see the day's catch. There are also considerably more dining, shopping and nightlife options. As for scenery, Cabo's setting is more dramatic: This is the true end of the Baja Peninsula and the point where the Pacific and Sea of Cortes come together.
Costa Rica: A natural paradise with something for everyone - that's probably the easiest way to describe Costa Rica. In the aptly named Garden of the Americas you can choose a vacation on a tropical beach, an encounter with nature among volcanoes and rainforests, or a cultural experience of museums, craft markets, and cafes. You can hike, ride horseback or mountain bike, soak in a hot spring, golf at a Robert Trent Jones course, go deep-sea fishing or sea kayaking and do all that on one trip! To match the diversity of things to do, we have an equally wide variety of places for you to stay, from rustic rainforest lodges to full-featured beachfront resorts.
Costa Rica North Pacific: A natural paradise with something for everyone - that's probably the easiest way to describe Costa Rica. In the aptly named Garden of the Americas you can choose a vacation on a tropical beach, an encounter with nature among volcanoes and rainforests, or a cultural experience of museums, craft markets, and cafes. You can hike, ride horseback or mountain bike, soak in a hot spring, golf at a Robert Trent Jones course, go deep-sea fishing or sea kayaking and do all that on one trip! To match the diversity of things to do, we have an equally wide variety of places for you to stay, from rustic rainforest lodges to full-featured beachfront resorts.
Belize: The desirability of this Central American gem has been recognized throughout history.
Some 1 to 2 million Maya settled here when their empire was at its peak, and you can see traces of their remarkable civilization at Altun Ha and Xunantunich. Christopher Columbus landed here, ushering in an era of swashbuckling pirates. The British claimed this land for themselves in the 1840s. Finally, in 1981, Belize became an independent entity, a land of welcoming people - and no language barrier.
In addition to its historic riches, Belize serves as a world leader in ecotourism. Here you?ll find a progressive conservation program that rivals nearby Costa Rica as a haven for exotic plants and wildlife.
Belize also offers natural wonders by sea - including the world's second-longest barrier reef. Enjoy snorkeling or diving to view its vivid colors and shimmering fish.