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  • Grenada

      • Known as the Island of Spice.
      • Sovereign nation in the West Indies.
      • Grenada is PURE-Peaceful, Unadulterated, Rustic, Easygoing.


    • Dive or snorkel the Molinere Bay Underwater Sculpture Park.
    • Enjoy their beautiful beaches-Magazine, Grand Anse, La Sagesse.
    • Visit their gorgeous waterfalls-Concord, Annandale, and Seven Sisters.
    • Tour Gouyave Nutmeg Plant, River Antione Estate Rum Distillery, and Jouvay Chocolate Factory.
    • Visit the neighboring islands of Carriacou & Petit Martinique.
    • See Mona monkeys in Grand Etang National Park.
    • Walk along the Carenage in St. George’s. Enjoy the marina and do some local shopping.
    • Take a kayaking tour.
  • Bermuda

      • British Territory in the North Atlantic.
      • Known for its pink sand beaches. Average Temp
      • Dec-May Lows 61-68, Highs 68-75 June-Sept Lows 73-77, Highs 81-86


    • Visit Horseshoe Bay, the most famous beach in Bermuda, to see the beautiful pink sand beach.
    • Explore their many shipwrecks by scuba diving or snorkeling.
    • Go sailing.
    • Visit the Royal Navy Dockyard to shop art galleries, dine on the waterfront, and enjoy a drink at a local pub.
    • Stand-up paddleboard the clear, shallow waters of Tobacco Bay Beach.
    • Tour the cities of St. George’s and Hamilton.
    • Visit the Unfinished Church. This is a great place to celebrate a significant wedding anniversary with a service of ‘Thanksgiving for a Marriage’ or a ‘Renewal of Vows’ ceremony.
    • Have a spa treatment, or a couple’s spa treatment, alongside an azure underground lake in a 500,000-year-old natural cave, or in an over-water gazebo surrounded by lush tropical greenery in a private cove.
    • Spend your days golfing at one of the 8 courses on the island.
  • Tall Ship Sailing

      • There are few adventures more thrilling than sailing on a tall ship in the open sea.
      • Experience the moment when you feel the wind catching the sails, and then suddenly, you’re flying.


    • Visit remote ports in the Caribbean, French Polynesia, Greece, and Costa Rica.
    • Watch the sun set below the deep blue ocean.
    • Enjoy authentic, local performers on board and enjoy fresh, local cuisine prepared onboard.
    • Find a secret hiding place on one of the hidden balconies or nooks.
    • Climb the mast and enjoy an unforgettable view.
    • Less guests onboard making it a more personal and intimate experience.
    • Visit the Bridge and have a chat with the captain.
    • Sail in the Caribbean and enjoy a soak in natures jacuzzi at The Bubbly Pool in Jost Van Dyke, discover a town swallowed by a volcano on Monterrsat, the emerald isle of the Caribbean, and visit the Baths at Virgin Gorda and explore its underground pools and caverns.
    • Sail in French Polynesia and ‘snorkel down’ to personally select and harvest your own black pearl in Raiatea, snorkel and enjoy a BBQ lunch & tropical drinks on Tahaa, visit the island of Huahine, also known as ‘The Garden of Eden’ and discover their lush forests, quaint villages and old temple sites.
    • Sail in Costa Rica and see the Arenal Volcano, enjoy the beaches and calm waters near the villages of Flamingo, Surf Side and Potrero, and visit Isla Tortuga and its powder soft-white sand beaches.
  • Sumba Island, Indonesia

      • Horses are their spirit guides and friends.
      • Ginger coffee is consumed daily and a symbol of hospitality.
      • Best time to visit is April-November.


    • Walk along Walakiri Beach to see the Dancing Trees of Sumba. At sunset, the waters recede to reveal the roots of the dwarf mangrove trees. Each tree curves and “dances” in its own unique way.
    • Experienced surfers can surf the waves known as ‘God’s Left’ and novice surfers can engage in surfing lessons.
    • Go swimming with the horses at Nihiwatu beach.
    • Take a workshop in ‘Natural and Skillful Breathing.’
    • Take a boat cruise in the morning to catch fish for your BBQ lunch on the beach. Enjoy snorkeling and sunbathing for the afternoon.
    • Hike to the Blue Waterfall and Lagoon in Wanukaka Valley. Enjoy a picnic lunch and swimming.
    • Golfers rejoice! Practice your swing at the Boathouse using eco-friendly balls that are biodegradable and slowly release fish food!
    • Stay in a private Indonesian villa with your own private pool. Private beach and sweeping panoramic views of the Indian ocean included!
    • Learn the art of ikat weaving from local craftswomen, take an Indonesian or Japanese cooking class, or make your own chocolate bar at a chocolate factory.
    • Dine in the open-air and sandy-floored restaurant onsite. Enjoy delicious meals and awesome BBQ’s. You can also treat yourselves to a romantic dinner by the ocean.
    • Definitely a bucket list destination!
  • British Virgin Islands

      • Consists of 4 main islands-Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke. 52 islands in total.
      • A British Territory.


    • Dive the wreck of the Rhone at the Rhone Marine Park.
    • Take a boat to Sandy Cay and Sandy Spit.
    • On Jost Van Dyke, rent a jeep for a self-guided tour of the island, visit nature’s jacuzzi-The Bubbly Pool, dine and drink at the Soggy Dollar, or rent a dinghy for a day and visit neighboring islands.
    • On Tortola, visit the Callwood Rum Distillery, Brewer’s Bay Beach for snorkeling and to see the ruins of several sugar cane plantations and distilleries, dine and shop at Soper’s Hole, hike Sage Mountain National Park, and charter a sailboat to explore the island’s cays and coves.
    • Anegada is the fishing and lobster capital of the BVI and is very laid back. You can visit in November to attend the Lobster Festival or you can swim with nurse sharks in spring at Windlass Bight. You can also spend your days kitesurfing and windsurfing.
    • On Virgin Gorda, take a boat charter to snorkel and swim through The Norman Island Caves. Visit The Baths and explore their underground pools and caverns, snorkel the beautiful turquoise waters ofSavannah Bay, or spend the day jet-skiing or Hobie sailing.
  • French Polynesia

      • Composed of 118 islands and atolls.
      • Very popular are Tahiti, Bora Bora, Huahine, and Raiatea.
      • Belongs to the French Republic.
      • Is a 9-hour flight from Los Angeles.


    • Stay in a luxurious over-water bungalow.
    • Enjoy some wine at the Vin de Tahiti Winery. This is the only atoll vineyard in the world, making it the only wines produced from coral soil.
    • Ride ATV’s through Moorea’s Mountains.
    • Visit the Bora Bora Turtle Center.
    • See the Fautaua Waterfall on Tahiti, one of the highest waterfalls in the world.
    • Swim with sting rays, sharks, and hundreds of fishes at Lagoonarium on Moorea.
    • Enjoy whale watching, horseback riding and sailing.
    • Watch a traditional Tahitian dance show.
    • ‘Snorkel down’ to personally select and harvest your own black pearl in Raiatea.
    • Take a 4 x 4 tour to the top of Mount Otemanu on Bora Bora.
    • Take a day tour boating around the islands of Huahine. You will picnic on a motu and snorkel with sharks.
    • Take a glass-bottomed boat tour on Moorea.
    • Go on a waterfall hike in Raiatea.
  • Honeymoons & Romantic Getaways

    Romance in Kauai-
      • Best times to visit are Sept-November and April-June.
      • Watch a magnificent Kauai sunset, take a scenic drive to the Kalalau overlook, and relax together at a luxurious Hawaiian spa.
    Romance in French Polynesia
      • Best times to visit are April-November.
      • Take a private, intimate boat ride over the turquoise waters, take a wine cellar and tasting tour,  and stay in a romantic overwater bungalow.
    Romance in Belize
      • Best times to visit is November-April.
      • Enjoy a starlit dinner, go on a Belize chocolate tour, and paddle to a deserted island.
    Romance in St. Lucia
      • Best times to visit is December-June.
      • Sip champagne on Rock Point at Cap Maison, go swimming under The Piton Falls, and take a warm mud bath together.
    Romance in Turks & Caicos
      • Best times to visit is December-May.
      • Enjoy a rooftop Italian dinner under the stars, go island hopping on a private yacht charter, and take a food tour.
    Romance in the Florida Keys
      • Best times to visit are April-June and November-December.
      • Go kayaking at sunset together, take a seaplane ride, and climb to the top of Key West Lighthouse.
    Romance in Japan and Okinawa
      • Best times to visit are March-May and October-December.
      • Experience a traditional Shinto purification dance and receive a blessing from a Shinto priest, stay in an unforgettable traditional Japanese Inn with a private hot spring bath, enjoy kaiseki dinners, and enjoy romance and relaxing beach time in Okinawa.
    Romance in Curacao
      • Best times to visit is March-November.
      • Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Playa Jeremi, take an underwater Aquafari scooter tour, and enjoy a private meal for 2 under a romantic beach gazebo.

    Contact us to discuss your honeymoon or next romantic getaway for these locations plus many, many more!

  • St. Lucia

      • An island in the Eastern Caribbean.
      • Currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar and the
        official language is English.
      • Named as the “World’s Leading Honeymoon
        Destination” 9 times by the World Travel Awards.


    • See the twin volcanic cones called The Pitons. You can hike to the top if you’d like.
    • Go on a romantic champagne sunset cruise and sail along the coast while listening to live steel drum music.
    • Make a reservation for the warm mud baths at Sulphur Springs. Rinse off in a waterfall and finish with a tour to the top of the volcano.
    • Hire a boat charter to go whale and dolphin watching or deep-sea fishing.
    • Zip-line through the rainforest.
    • Take a helicopter tour to witness St. Lucia’s spectacular scenery.
    • Attend the Gros Islet Street Party for some local island fun and food.
    • Stroll the boardwalk at Marigot Bay. Enjoy some food and drink at one of the many restaurants and bars.
    • Spend your days relaxing and snorkeling at Sugar Beach and Reduit Beach.
  • Greece

      • The islands are home to over 6000 islands. Only 227 of them are inhabited.
      • It is sunny 300 days each year.
      • Best times to visit or cruise are April-June and September-October.


    • Explore the Accropolis, Temple of Olympian Zeus, and the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.
    • Meet with locals to experience authentic, Cretan life. Enjoy vineyards, food, and Greek dancing.
    • Visit Paros and its seaside villages, lively taverns, and beautiful beaches.
    • Witness a spectacular sunset from the Temple of Apollo on Naxos.
    • Visit the Kolossi and Limassol Castles on Cyprus.
    • Take the cable car, or ride a donkey, to climb the 588 steps to the capital city of Fira on Santorini.
    • Sample Santorini wines and explore the narrow streets of charming Oia, a village perched high above the rolling blue sea.
    • Stroll down delightful cobblestone streets and visit artisan craft shops on Mykonos.
    • Lounge on Elia Beach, one of the most beautiful stretches of white sand rimming the southern coast of Mykonos.
    • Visit the charming city of Plaka on Milos. Visit an old café where you can indulge in Greek coffee and watermelon pie.
    • Go swimming on Milos at the incredible volcanic pools named Papafragus Caves.
  • NE USA/Canada Cruise

      • Witness the magnificent fall colors on a New England/Canada cruise.


    • Brooklyn’s artisan shops, restaurants and micro-breweries.
    • Follow the Freedom Trail in Boston.
    • The opulent summer ‘cottages’ in Newport, Rhode Island.
    • Spectacular lighthouses along the Northern Atlantic Coast.
    • Bar Harbor, Maine. Devour some delectable seafood at an authentic lobster bake.
    • Quaint cottages and dining venues in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
    • Eat at bistros and witness the beautiful Montmorency Falls in Quebec City.
    • Enjoy a stop in Martha’s Vineyard and enjoy shopping, sightseeing, and lighthouses.
    • Do some shopping and eating along cobblestone streets in Portland, Maine.
    • Just south of Portland in Cape Elizabeth, enjoy a tour of Portland Head Light, the most photographed lighthouse in America. Walk the cliffside loop, enjoy a picnic, or dine at one of their local restaurants cliffside.
  • Georgia Coast

      • Many places to love: Tybee Island, Savannah,
        Jekyll Island, St. Simon’s Island, Sea Island,
        Cumberland Island.


    • Relax on the beach, see and climb to the top of stunning lighthouses, go fishing and kayaking, enjoy local Georgia shrimp.
    • Take a sunset stroll on Tybee’s beaches and stop for a relaxing break and enjoy their peaceful beach swings.
    • Enjoy Savannah’s 22 historic squares, its awesome buildings and cobblestone streets, the beautiful Forsythe fountain, and so much more!
    • Take a charter boat for a day from Tybee to beautiful and private Daufuskie Island, SC. Spend your day relaxing on beautiful, quiet beaches and tour the island on your personal golf cart.
    • Visit Driftwood Beach and the Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island.
    • Take in some golf on a championship course or spend some time relaxing at the spa.
    • Enjoy some private and secluded time at The Lodge on Little St. Simon’s Island.
    • Take the ferry to Cumberland Island where you can stay at the luxurious and Historic Greyfield Inn and dine by candelight. While on the island, you can take a wilderness tour, go biking or kayaking, and go swimming or sunbathe on a secluded 18-mile long beach.
  • Florida Coast

      • Visit the stunning Florida Keys, Key West and beautiful Fort Lauderdale.


    • Take in the Sunset Celebration each evening at Mallory Square in Key West and enjoy all the entertainers performing there.
    • Take a Sebago Island’Ting Eco Tour on the Pelican Catamaran. Snorkeling, kayaking, food and drink included!
    • Visit the many shops, bars and restaurants on Duval Street and tour the Ernest Hemingway home in Key West.
    • Visit the historic Seaport in Key West. Do some shopping, boat watching and grab a bite to eat.
    • Enjoy a slice of key lime pie, a key limonade, key lime taffy,and a frozen key lime drink while you’re visiting Key West!
    • Go for a ‘cruise’ on a floating tiki boat around a calm, beautiful bay in Key Largo.
    • Take a leisurely sunset sail on a pristine Florida Bay aboard a catamaran, enjoying delicious charcuterie and cool libations from the bar in Key Largo.
    • Dive the 3rd largest reef system in the world in Key Largo.
    • Go inshore reef fishing in Key Largo for grouper, snapper, and king mackerel.
    • Shop, eat, & visit art galleries at Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas Boulevard. Enjoy the twinkling lights & cool breezeways.
    • Ride the water taxis and the gondolas at the Intercoastal Waterway in Fort Lauderdale. Nicknamed ‘Venice of America’.
    • Enjoy a sightseeing or romantic dinner cruise aboard the Jungle Queen Riverboat.
    • Take a thrilling airboat ride in the Everglades.
  • Amazon River Cruise in Peru

      • Travel on a luxury cruise ship on the Amazon in Peru.
      • 3, 4, or 7 nights available.
      • Journey into Earth’s largest rainforest.


    • Experienced naturalist guides are onboard to lead excursions.
    • Excursions consist of no more than 8 people.
    • See Amazon wildlife, birds and rare pink dolphins.
    • Temperature’s average 86-98 degrees year-round.
    • Piranha fishing, kayaking, and canoeing are part of the experience.
    • Trek into the dense jungle in search of monkeys, three-toed sloths, toucans and more.
    • Visit the Manatee Rescue Centre in Iquitos.
    • Enjoy extraordinary stargazing at night.
    • Each suite has full-length windows to admire the endlessly enthralling panorama of the Amazon River and rainforest.
    • Add-on a visit to Lima, Machu Picchu, ‘The Lost City of the Incas’, and Cusco before your cruise.
  • Belize

      • Located in Central America. Has amazing beaches and dense jungle.
      • Official language is English.
      • Known for its beaches, eco-lodges, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, lush national parks, and wildlife.


    • Dive, snorkel, or helicopter over The Great Blue Hole.
    • Enjoy a romantic stay on a private island.
    • Visit the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and snorkel & swim with the nurse sharks.
    • Go horseback riding through the jungle.
    • Great beach areas include: Ambergris Caye, Placencia, Hopkin’s Village, and Caye Caulker.
    • Visit Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the world’s first jaguar preserve.
    • Drive around Ambergris Caye in your golf cart and discover their many great restaurants and fun beach bars.
    • Enjoy some local chocolate from the Belize Chocolate Company.
    • Take a sunset cruise, kayak a Bioluminescent lagoon, or go on a Belizean food tour.
    • Visit the Mayan ruins of Altun Ha and Xunantunich.
    • Go on an Actun Tunichil Muknal cave tour.
    • Take a relaxing boat tour at Monkey River Village to see the resident howler monkeys, crocodiles, exotic birds, manatees, and iguanas.
    • Swim and snorkel with giant whale sharks at Gladden Spit and Silk Caye Marine Reserve.
  • Galapagos Islands

      • The Galápagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean.
      • It is a province of Ecuador and sits around 1000 km off its coast.
      • Known for its wildlife-viewing, scuba-diving, and snorkeling.
      • Taking a cruise is the best way to visit the islands. Ships are limited to 100 or fewer passengers.
      • Best time to visit is between December-May.


    • Visit the Charles Darwin Research Station.
    • Snorkel Devil’s Crown to see tropical fish, sea lions, sharks.
    • Visit the flamingos who live in saltwater lagoons on Floreana Island.
    • Visit a lava field on Santiago Island.
    • Visit Tortuga Bay on Santa Cruz Island to enjoy some face time with the marine turtles.
    • Go snorkeling or on a panga ride to see mola-mola sunfish, blue-footed boobies, and sea turtles on Isabela Island.
    • Visit the island of Sante Fe to see sea lions on the beaches and surfing in the waves.
    • Hike up to the plateau on San Cristobal Island where you will see a spectacular view, which is well worth the climb.
  • Mexico

    • Relax and be completely taken care of on a multi-day Luxury Pacific Coast Romance tour. Stay in the finest resorts and villas and be completely pampered and waited on.
    • On Isla Mujeres, go deep sea fishing to catch Atlantic sailfish, marlin, grouper, and kingfish. Spend an unforgettable day swimming with whale sharks. Browse the local shops for handicrafts such as, hammocks, blown glassware, and folk art.
    • On Isla Holbox you will love its laidback vibe and pristine beaches. Driving around on a golf cart or riding a bike are the only types of transportation. You can watch the flamingos on Punta Cocos, enjoy a beautiful sunset, go kite surfing, and go on a nighttime bioluminescence kayaking tour. Take a boat tour to Passion Island, Isla Pajaros and Yalahau Cenote and enjoy swimming in crystal-clear ocean and fresh waters.
    • In Acapulco, stay in a beautiful cliff-edge villa that offers spectacular views and privacy, which is perfect for that honeymoon or romantic getaway. Enjoy some couples Cava Therapy by soaking in the perfume of magnolia and orange blossoms as you sip pink champagne. Enjoy a romantic sunset dinner by the edge of the beautiful Pacific Ocean. You can also take a class on Mexico´s finest Tequila and Mezcal, learn its history, manufacturing, aging and flavors in this one-of-a-kind experience. A perfect activity to have fun with your soulmate.
    • While visiting Baja California Sur you can go snorkeling in Cabo Pulmo with humpback whales and their young. Swim with sea lions and hammerhead sharks in the Sea of Cortes near La Paz. See the Arch of Cabo San Lucas and visit Lover’s Beach. Go sea kayaking.
    • Go on a 7-day exploration cruise in the Sea of Cortes. You will snorkel with see lions and colorful reef fish, search for grey whales in Magdalena Bay, go kayaking and paddle boarding, take a mule ride into the arroyos with local rancheros, enjoy a cold drink at a beach party with the other guests, and so much more!
  • Turks & Caicos

      • Turks and Caicos is an archipelago of 40 low-lying coral islands in the Atlantic Ocean. 8 are inhabited.
      • Is a British Territory. Official language is English.
      • Official currency is the US dollar.
      • Best time to visit is in December-May.


    • Go kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding in the pristine turquoise waters.
    • Enjoy a fun, lively, and tasty Thursday night fish fry on the island of Provo.
    • Scuba dive to dramatic walls and historic wrecks, and view fascinating wildlife.
    • Go on a private boat tour for deep sea fishing, snorkeling & island hopping, or an all-day beach bbq.
    • Golf at the Provo Golf Club.
    • Take a ferry from Providenciales for a day trip to North and Middle Caicos to see Mudjhin Harbour or their many secluded beaches.
    • Stay in a luxurious oceanfront island villa and relax your vacation away.
    • Go snorkeling at the Leeward Reef to see vibrant coral and fish.
    • Take a stargazing night sail.
    • Visit Chalk Sound National Park to see its brilliant turquoise water with hundreds of small rocky islands.
  • Villa Vacations

    • Are perfect for couples and small groups.
    • Villas allow you to feel at home. To relax and rejuvenate.
    • Villas allow couples/family/friends to enjoy their vacation with the seclusion and intimacy that only a private home can offer
    • Maid service, personal chef, and a butler can all be at your beck and call while at the same time offering discretion for those times when you don’t want to be disturbed.
    • Villa concierge will provide personalized services, such as, restaurant reservations, arrange private transportation, schedule a boat charter, and pre-stock your kitchen, to name a few, to make your getaway unique and one-of-a-kind.
    • Many villas offer swimming pools, access to beaches, golf courses, tennis courts, outdoor grilling, gourmet kitchens, indoor and outdoor dining areas, wi-fi, and washers & dryers.
    • We would love to help you find your perfect villa in the Caribbean, Central America, French Polynesia, Hawaii, Mexico, Greece, or the Southeastern United States. Or name your bucket list location!!

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  • Hawaii

      • Comprised of 7 islands-Hawaii, Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, and Nihauu.
      • Home to the world’s most active volcanoes.
      • The “Aloha Spirit” is the coordination of mind and heart within each person.


    • On Maui, attend the Old Lahaina Luau. Drive the ‘Road to Hana’-a 52-mile scenic highway that twists through the rainforest and past waterfalls. Visit Haleakula National Park at sunrise. Take a Hawaii Tasting Tour through Lahaina.
    • On the Big Island of Hawaii, take a helicopter tour over volcanoes and waterfalls. Go snorkeling at Kealakekua Bay. Visit Akaka Falls State Park to see its beautiful waterfall or Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Take a romantic sunset and stargazing tour to Mauna Kea, one of the Island’s dormant volcanoes. Take a tour of the Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory.
    • Travel to the lush island of Kauai and visit the Napali Coast to see the emerald-hued sea cliffs and cascading waterfalls. Go to Waimea Canyon which is known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Go zip biking or atv’ing. Attend the Hanapepe Art Night and explore the galleries, shops and restaurants. Hike to the top of the Sleeping Giant.
    • On Oahu, visit the Pearl Harbor and Battleship Missouri Memorial. Visit the Polynesian Cultural Center, the Dole Plantation, and the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum. Go snorkeling in Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve and go shopping in Honolulu. Go cage swimming with sharks. Attend the Waikiki Starlight Luau at Hilton Hawaiian Village.
    • Relax at as many of Hawaii’s beautiful beaches that you can-Sunset, Waimea Bay, Waikiki, Makina, Keawakapu, Kaanapali, Carlsmith Beach Park, Punaluu Black Sand Beach, Haena Beach Park, and Kane’ohe Bay.
    • And there is so much more to see and do!!
  • Costa Rica

      • Costa Rica is a Central American country with coastlines on the Caribbean and Pacific.
      • A wonderful place to go for Honeymoons and Romantic Getaways or to getaway with a small group.


    • Tour the La Paz Waterfall Gardens to see waterfalls, birds, hummingbirds, butterflies, sloths and jungle cats.
    • Take a canal boat tour through Tortuguero National Park.
    • Go snorkeling and hiking through Cahuita National Park. It is home to one of the best coral reefs in Costa Rica.
    • Visit the Sloth Sanctuary and Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge. The quiet waters are perfect for swimmers and snorkelers. Visit the Manzanillo Village while there.
    • Enjoy the vibrant Caribbean culture in a visit to the town of Puerto Viejo. Enjoy a chocolate tour,
      a turtle watching tour and dine at some of the local restaurants.
    • Visit the Arenal Volcano and take their Hanging Bridges tour. You will cross 15 bridges and look for 3 different monkey species and over 350 different bird species.
    • Stay in the rainforest and arrive to your accommodations via white water rafting or 4 x 4. Fun!
    • Spend the day or evening soaking in Arenal’s Ecotermales Hot Springs. You can also enjoy lunch or dinner in their authentic, home-style Costa Rican restaurant.
    • Visit Tambor Beach for a day to go beach walking along the dark volcanic sand beach or go swimming In the calm waters. You can also take a boat tour to Tortuga Island.
    • Enjoy romantic dinners and couple’s massages
    • Take a sailing cruise to see dolphins, whales, and sea turtles.
    • Spend the day kayaking the mangroves at Damas Island. This tour includes a homemade Costa Rican meal.
  • Antigua

      • There are 365 beaches. One for every day of the year! Visit as many as you can!
      • It is in the middle of the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean, where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean.


    • Hike to the summit of Shirley Heights for some Sensational views. See Guadeloupe and Montserrat in the distance.
    • Spend a day visiting the island of Barbuda. The Barbuda Express can get you there in 90 minutes from Antigua.
    • Go shopping, dine out, or go to a casino at picturesque Heritage Quay.
    • Go on a Stingray City and Snorkel excursion.
    • Visit beautiful Jolly Harbour and enjoy the view, go boating or golfing, or enjoy a night out at a lively bar.
    • Dine at The Inn at English Harbour to enjoy a delicious Italian meal and stunning views across the bay.
    • Visit St. John’s Cathedral in the island’s capital.
    • Spend a day eating and shopping at Nelson’s Dockyard.
    • Enjoy a romantic dinner on the beach.
    • Take a private sailing charter for a day and finish it with a spectacular sunset.
    • Visit Devil’s Bridge which is a natural limestone arch between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea.
    • Snorkel at Half Moon Bay.
  • Ocean Cruising

    Fun Facts

    • A replica of Titanic is being built by the Blue Star Line. Fun!
    • Seasick? Then head to the casino. It is designed to be the most stable spot on the ship in order to keep games in check and passengers spending money.
      Reasons to Cruise
    • You can sail the world.
    • You can visit multiple destinations and unpack only once.
    • The experience incorporates sunshine and fresh ocean air.
    • Ships are floating cities with a large variety of onboard activities.
    • They offer many dining options and serve excellent food.
    • There are hundreds of ships, in all shapes and sizes, and hundreds of itineraries to choose from.
    • Gives you a glimpse into different cultures.
    • The service onboard is excellent.
    • An incredible selection of shore excursions are offered at each port so you can experience the local island activities.
    • You can learn new skills while taking a class onboard.
  • Curacao

      • The word “Dushi” can mean sweetheart, tasty, beautiful, nice, or good.
      • Iguana is a local favorite meal
      • Curacaoans drink purified sea water. Ask for “awa di lamunchi,” which is water with lime and sugar. Totally refreshing and a Curaçao classic.


    • Take a walk across the Queen Emma Bridge, also known as the “Swinging Old Lady. Take a selfie and some photos of the beautiful town of Willemstad
    • Grab a seat and a drink at one of Handelskade’s outdoor cafes and watch the Queen Emma Bridge swing open to let ships into the harbor or pop in to one of the shops along the water.
    • Snorkel peaceful and calm Playa Lagoon in the morning to see potted colorful fish, schools of squid, and sea turtles.
    • Go to Shete Boka National Park to see Boka Tabla. Watch massive waves crash into an underground cavern. Go to Boka Pistol, as well, which offers amazing views from limestone hills.
    • Visit the island of Klein Curacao, aka Little Curacao, for diving, snorkeling and sunbathing.
    • Relax at as many of their beautiful beaches as you can-Cas Abao, Mambo, Blauwbaii, and Kenapa are some to visit.
    • Take a happy hour sunset sail aboard a catamaran.
    • Go cliff jumping at Playa Forti.
    • Snorkel the Tugboat.
    • Go on a fun Aquafari tour where you can ride under the sea on your personal submersible scooter.
  • Nicaragua

      • It is located in Central America and is a beautiful tropical country with amazing landscapes and friendly people.
      • You can see more stars in Nicaragua than anywhere else. Of the 88 constellations you can see 86 of them.
      • It is known as the land of lakes and volcanoes.


    • Stay on a private reserve in the Nicaraguan jungle for the ultimate relaxing vacation. Stay in a luxurious bungalow or villa with your own private plunge pool. Take a hike up to the point to witness the sun setting over the Pacific Ocean. Go on a monkey and sloth quest through the jungle. Relax on the private beach and enjoy a drink from the beach bar. Enjoy your meals overlooking the ocean. Enjoy a relaxing treatment at the spa.
    • Stay on an island that is made up of two volcanoes rising up out of a tropical lake forming a private retreat between the lush jungle and a beautiful beach. Here you can go horseback riding or relax on the beach, go for a swim in the lake, in a natural spring pool filled with crystal clear water, and in a lagoon at the summit of a volcano, you can dine at lakeside restaurants and cabanas, or take a guided hike up a volcano or through the jungle to see the howler monkeys and tropical birds.
    • Enjoy an exquisite island hideaway where you can snorkel over coral reefs and relax on white sandy beaches all day. There are no cars or bicycles on this island. Stay in a quaint, beach front boutique hotel in a casita or bungalow, and have your own private plunge pool if you choose. Enjoy dining at the onsite restaurant overlooking the sea, or try one of the other local island restaurants. There are many trails to hike and beaches to walk. Explore a secluded cave. You can do diving, fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking. Stop by a local bar to finish off the day before spending your evening gazing at the millions of stars in the sky. Let this be your little slice of paradise.
    • Or you can mix and match the above experiences to create your own personalized vacation or romantic getaway.
  • Cayman Islands

      • They are a British Overseas Territory consisting of 3 islands in the western Caribbean Sea-Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac.
      • They have warm and rainy summers followed by cool and relatively dry winters.
      • The national symbol of the Cayman Islands is the green sea turtle.


    • Get ready for adventure on Grand Cayman Island. Here you can go on a guided snorkeling excursion, swim with stingrays, visit Starfish Point to enjoy all the radiant starfish in the shallow waters, enjoy a slow cruise through the mangroves and learn about their valuable and fragile ecosystem, enjoy dining and drinks at many dockside restaurants and bars, enjoy a magical evening swimming in a bioluminescent bay, spend time at their stunning beaches snorkeling or relaxing in the warm Caribbean sun, or tour the Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery where they age their rum on the ocean floor. And so much more. There is no shortage of things to do here.
    • Stay on Little Cayman and relax in a peaceful paradise. Little Cayman is the least populated of the 3 islands. While here you can dive at Bloody Bay Wall to see vibrant coral and sea turtles, sharks, and seahorses. Visit the secluded beach at Point of Sand for a day of snorkeling. Go to South Hole Sound Lagoon for a private swim in water that is every shade of blue. Bask on empty beaches with soft sand and only the sound of the breeze rustling the palm trees. Kick back and enjoy the beautiful night sky. Stay in a serene and quiet cottage on the water’s edge. Enjoy a nap in a hammock or a swim in the pool. An amazing place to unplug and enjoy those people so important to you.
    • You can stay on Cayman Brac, which is named after its breathtaking bluff. You can dive limestone caves, along seawalls, and even around a sunken ship. The lush green forests throughout are perfect for birdwatchers. You can see endangered parrots, brown boobies and peregrine falcons perched in the canopy above. Hike the Lighthouse Footpath to the top of the bluff for some outstanding views. Eat at Barry’s Golden Jerk where they serve delicious jerk chicken and pork at a roadside shack. Stay in a villa or beach house for a very private getaway.
  • Indonesia Luxury Cruise

      • Cruise on a luxury ship to locations in Indonesia.
      • Offering 7 and 12-night sailings.
      • Onboard kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling equipment are provided.
      • Expert-led excursions are provided that explore the most bio-diverse marine habitats, witness rare native bird species, and embrace centuries old history and culture.
      • Ships Decks have Outdoor Seating and Dining, Barbecue, Jacuzzi, Spa and Exercise Zone, Indoor Lounge Bar, Library and TV Room.
      • Best time to travel is October-April.


    • Visit the Ambon and Spice Islands: Go trekking Gunung Banda Api volcano, go snorkeling and diving, visit a local market, watch a kora-kora war canoe display, and see Pulau Manuk, a lone volcanic crater island.
    • Visit the Raja Ampat Islands where deep blue waters turn to turquoise and mushroom-shaped islets right before your eyes. The calm waters are ideal for kayaking and paddleboarding. Or take a tender boat tour to discover magnificent limestone formations and find a private beach to call your own. You could also climb the stairs to Pindito summit to capture the unforgettable and iconic vista of the island cluster.
    • Visit Cape Kri to witness nature in full motion in a single dive or snorkel, with species such as whales trying to feed on smaller fish, or see manta ray cleaning stations, where these massive creatures queue up to get their skin, gills and teeth cleaned by parasitic copepods and a variety of small cleaner wrasse species — an amazing sight to behold.
  • USA River Cruising

      • Cruise by iconic steamboat or by a state-of-the-art modern river cruise ship.
      • Discover the beauty of this nation from its majestic rivers.
      • Perfect getaway for nature lovers and history buffs.
      • Dine on regionally inspired cuisine, American classics, and Mamsen’s Norwegian specialties.
      • Travel the Upper Mississippi River, Lower Mississippi River, and Ohio & Tennessee Rivers.


    • Experience the birthplace of blues, century-old live oak trees, indigenous wildlife, and Civil War historic sites.
    • Witness nature unfold the beauty of each season as you peacefully drift past rolling meadows and charming farms.
    • Take an excursion to iconic Churchill Downs.
    • Take a tour in Bradenburg, KY to explore the Life and Presidency of Abraham Lincoln.
    • Visit historic mansions and the famous Manchac Swamp – a wetland adorned with hundreds of acres of cypress trees.
    • Visit St. Francisville, LA. This town is set along one of the most historic bluffs on the Mississippi. Tour some of the town’s estates or go on a hike to see some of the 50 waterfalls in the area.
    • Visit Baton Rouge, LA and take part in a Cajun Heritage Tour, visit the USS Kidd, which is considered to be the best-preserved World War II Destroyer of her class, or take a boat tour of Atchafalaya Swamp Basin.
    • Great Lakes, Southeast USA, and Atlantic Coast cruises also available.
  • Indonesia Luxury Cruise

    • Cruise on a luxury ship to locations in Indonesia
    • Offering 7 and 12-night sailings.
    • The ship is 5 levels and has 15 sea-facing suites.
    • Onboard kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling equipment are provided.
    • Expert-led excursions are provided that explore the most bio-diverse marine habitats, witness rare native bird species, and embrace centuries old history and culture.
    • Ships Decks have Outdoor Seating and Dining, Barbecue,Jacuzzi, Spa and Exercise Zone, Indoor Lounge Bar,Library and TV Room.
    • Best time to travel is October-February.
    • Highlights:

    • Visit the Ambon and Spice Islands: Go trekking Gunung Banda Api volcano, go snorkeling and diving, visit a local market, watch a kora-kora war canoe display, and see Pulau Manuk, a lone volcanic crater island.
    • Visit the Raja Ampat Islands where deep blue waters turn to turquoise and mushroom-shaped islets right before your eyes.The calm waters are ideal for kayaking and paddleboarding.Or take a tender boat tour to discover magnificent limestone formations and find a private beach to call your own. You could also climb the stairs to Pindito summit to capture the unforgettable and iconic vista of the island cluster.
    • Visit Cape Kri to witness nature in full motion in a single dive or snorkel, with species such as whales trying to feed on smaller fish, or see manta ray cleaning stations, where these massive creatures queue up to get their skin, gills and teeth cleaned by parasitic copepods and a variety of small cleaner wrasse species — an amazing sight to behold.
  • Cruise The Adriatic Sea

    • Featured Cruise Operator-Celestyal Cruises.
    • Adriatic Sea Ports-Venice (Italy),Dubrovnik (Croatia), Split (Croatia), Kotor(Montenegro), Corfu (Greece), Katakolon(Greece) and Patras (Greece)
    • Mid-sized ships.
    • They offer an authentic, lifetime experience, both on board and on shore.
    • Offer 5 or 7 might cruises.
    • All-inclusive experience. Including, all meals onboard, unlimited drinks packages, select excursions, onboard entertainment, and gratuities.
    • Highlights:

    • Corfu is the mythical home of the Olympian God, Poseidon, and the island on which Odysseus was shipwrecked in Homer’s epic,The Odyssey. Tour the Vlacherna Monastery and catch a breathtaking sunset here.
    • Visit Paleokastritsa and see endless olive groves,rolling hills and secluded coves.
    • Visit Katakolon which is the birthplace of the Olympic Games. While here, explore the bayside area and picturesque streets before heading into one of the many tavernas and cafes to meet the locals and sample exquisite Greek cuisine.
    • Patras has attractive squares, fun-filled streets, a lively nightlife and plenty of great restaurants and bars.
    • Experience romantic Venice and ride a gondola, stroll around St Mark’s Square, visit the Doge’s Palace and Basilica di San Marco, cross the Rialto Bridge, explore the maze of winding alleys and hidden narrow backstreets and have lunch by the Grand Canal.
    • Visit awe-inspiring Dubrovnik and tour the ancient city walls, ride the Dubrovnik Cable Car, enjoy homemade cuisine,and visit the Game of Thrones filming locations.
    • Visit Split, where its coastal mountains are the perfect backdrop to the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. Visit Diocletian’s Palace which is home to world’s most impressive Roman Monuments.
    • Kotor is a medieval maze of stunning architecture, lovely churches,& squares, sprinkled with cafes and Venetian Palaces. Think blue seas and rolling mountains drenched in the heavenly scent of lemons, oranges, mimosas, and camellias.