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Culture Is Central in Puerto Rico’s New Marketing Campaign

The video starts with a series of colorful doors — orange, pink, blue — opening onto idyllic beaches, sunflower fields, and cobblestone streets. These are the iconic doors of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico, and they serve as the entry point into Discover Puerto Rico’s newest marketing campaign, “Have …

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A Peaceful Escape

Barbados has it all. Fantastic beaches, a UNESCO World Heritage, welcoming people and delicious food. Last month, I finally had the opportunity to discover this extraordinary jewel in the Caribbean. The soft-sand beaches and turquoise water create postcard-perfect scenes but the friendly Barbadians are what truly set this island apart. …

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How To Book an Expensive Caribbean Vacation for Two for Much Cheaper

We’re talking round-trip flights and a four-star beach resort. No matter the time of year, I dream of digging my toes into warm sand. But when the local weather report announced a surprise snowstorm, I pulled the trigger and booked a getaway to the Caribbean for a friend and me. …

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Expedia: The best time of year to visit Mexico might surprise you [sponsored]

Mexico’s mega-resort of Cancun is on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Mexico’s mega-resort of Cancun is on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Photo: Expedia Caption Close Mexico’s mega-resort of Cancun is on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Mexico’s mega-resort of Cancun is on the …

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20 Countries Where You Can Retire Comfortably on $150K

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”The landlocked South American nation of Bolivia has been luring expats for years with its lovely weather, unique geographical features and extremely low cost of living.” data-reactid=”110″>The landlocked South American nation of Bolivia has been luring expats for years with its lovely …

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May Travel Deals

Rich History and Modern Comfort Where: Hotel du Pont, 42 W. 11th St., Wilmington, Del.; 302-594-3100. What’s special: The Hotel du Pont, a member of the Historic Hotels of America, first opened in 1913 and was considered one of most lavish hotels in America. It showcased rich woodwork, mosaic and …

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This Cruise Package Lets You Vacation Like Martha Stewart, If That’s What You’re Into

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”She’s practically perfect in every way (except for that little felony thing a few years back), so who wouldn’t want to take a page out of a href=https://people.com/food/martha-stewart-msc-cruise-ship-menu-shore-excursion/ rel=nofollow noopener target=_blankMartha Stewart’s book when it comes to their vacations/a? Other than people …

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Divi Resorts’ Windows on Aruba Restaurant to Host the Caribbean’s Largest Michelin Pop-Up Dinner

Windows on Aruba’s Pop-Up Michelin Dinners on June 7 and June 8 will feature top chefs with Eight Michelin stars combined. ORANJESTAD, Aruba (PRWEB) April 24, 2019 Divi Village Golf Beach Resort’s Windows on Aruba restaurant will play host to the Caribbean’s largest Michelin pop-up dinners on June 7 and …

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Trinidad firm crafts strategy for volcano-devastated Montserrat to turn ‘ash to cash’

Tourism Intelligence International (TII), a leader in tourism and travel consultancy and market research, has been retained by the Office of the Premier of Montserrat to develop the island’s Tourism Strategy. This new plan will set the strategic direction and priorities for Montserrat’s tourism industry for the period 2019 to …

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Why seaweed is strangling Mexican tourism, and how science could help

The posh seaside resorts of Puerto Morelos are still in view when the captain playfully sounds the horn to alert the crew to the target ahead—a huge, golden-brown stain stretching toward the horizon. Suddenly, instead of the famed cerulean waters of Mexico’s Caribbean coast, we’re surrounded by thick mats of …

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