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A Hideaway Wedding in the Bahamas

The Bahamas has a range of luxury resorts for your destination wedding, but few can compare to the exclusivity and privacy of Tiamo Resort in the Bahamas. Unlike most, its boutique style makes it possible for you to rent out the entire property, providing complete dedication to you and your guests. Planning a destination wedding is stressful. You not are not only undertaking an epic moment in your own life, but choosing a vacation for your guests as well. It is vital the resort you choose have an excellent wedding planner, multiple activities, gorgeous property, comfortable suites, Michelin style cuisine, and beach front location. Above all though, it has to have a great staff. It won't matter that the resort has water sports if the person attending it spends half their time on their cell phone.
Luxury destination wedding in the Bahamas
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Queen Juliana Bridge, Curacao

Queen Juliana Bridge is the Caribbean's tallest and belongs to Curacao; it is a free landmark for tourists visiting the island. Located in its bustling capital, Willemstad, the sleek structure was built over St. Anna Bay to accommodate ships coming into port, and to connect the city regions of Punda and Otrabanda. This beautiful piece of architecture rises to an impressive 185 feet. From the bridge an incredible view, stretching well past the city center, is waiting. It is named after Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, and just like this respected royal, is sturdy and unique. (In fact, Queen Juliana passed away at the age of 94, and is the longest living monarch in the world to date.)
Queen Juliana Bridge Attraction in Willemstad
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Cancun Jungle Tour with Blue Ray

Most of us associate Cancun with pristine beaches and Mayan ruins. But, there is another popular choice when it comes to things to do in Cancun, and that's a Jungle Tour. Why are these excursions to popular? Well, they only take a few hours, leaving you with ample time to enjoy your day, provide a combination of adventure and discovery of Cancun's own quasi 'wetlands', they tend to be affordable excursions, and are an exploration the whole family can enjoy. To tour the Jungle of Cancun one needs a speedboat. That's right, you get to visit the uninhabited lagoons and fascinating lands from the comfort of your self-driven speedboat. Let me just reiterate: You actually get to drive the boat yourself ... as long as you are 18. Sorry kids, you can come, but no driving!
Little girl joins in on the Jungle Tour Snorkel Adventure with Blue Ray
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La Concha: A Resort for the Contemporary Adult

Sleek and sophisticated, Puerto Rico luxury resort, La Concha, has completely re-imaged itself. Recently, (and finally) renovations were completed at La Concha. Seven years and a budget of $220 million dollars was invested into the transformation at La Concha. But what does this huge budget translate to for would-be guests? As soon as you get to La Concha the vibe is set. It's retro-hip-chic style seeps into every aspect of the resort. The lobby dons contemporary furnishings, with creams and whites as the signature palette choice. A red ceiling over the lobby bar beautifully accents the sleek style. Some associate modern with a feeling of cold or empty, at La Concha it is the completely opposite. The modern choices have an artistic feel, not an empty one.
La Concha Puerto Rico Lobby Area
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Xcaret Park near Playa Del Carmen

Xcaret, Playa del Carmen is actually outside of the city, but not by far. With a short travel distance of 15 minutes from Playa Del Carmen, it is easily accessible for your vacation wishlist. Xcaret is the most beautiful eco park within the Riviera Maya (and dare we say the entire Caribbean) with tons of memories to be made. For instance, take an unbelievable journey through the underground river and emerge next to the beautiful Xcaret beach. Walk through the park and visit sea turtles, the aquarium, big cats, butterfly pavilion and swim with dolphins... these are just a few highlights that beg to be discovered.
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The Best Tour You Never Heard of in Freeport

Cruising the streets of Freeport on Grand Bahamas has never been so fun. Why? Coconutz stands out with an innovative, and fresh approach to mundane tours, by introducing motorized bikes into the mix. That's right, motorized, meaning no pedaling required. This tour combines the magnificent views of Grand Bahamas’ coastline, natural flora and fauna, and a taste of local Bahamian cuisine. Explore some of the island's most beautiful, and secluded beaches, all while learning of Bahamian history and culture. This is one of our top recommended things to do in Freeport, Bahamas. How do the motorized bikes work? It's simple. These are basically old school cruising bikes with a new twist…your wrist! With the twist of your wrist you power off across Freeport with the wind in your hair and the sun on your face. This is really a fun and safe way to see the sights of Banana Bay.
Coconutz Cruisers
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The Jungle Place in Playa Del Carmen

Playa delCarmen activities range from shopping to boating to monkeys! The Jungle place is one of our favorite attractions to Playa Del Carmen. Taking a tour of the jungle Place has two purposes; One, you can discover the amazing spider Monkey which will amaze you. Two, you help with the continuous efforts that enable this sanctuary to stay in business, doing such a great work.
monkey sanctuary in playa del carmen
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An Epic Ocean Adventure with Cabo Sailing

Certainly one of the best things to do in Cabo is sailing its incredible ocean. This is the ultimate way to share in the beauty of Cabo San Lucas. There are tons of businesses that offer sailing in Cabo, but there is one that stands out on every level; customer service, the excursion, and the fleet. Cabo Sailing is a yacht charter company offering the best of both boating worlds, sailing and motor yacht tours. They welcome you to the enchanting waters of the Sea of Cortez and Pacific Ocean with an array of incredible Cabo activities including, day sails, snorkeling, sunset cruises, SCUBA diving, whale watching, sailing lessons and overnight charters.
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Cabo San Lucas Whale Watching - Cabo Trek

When traveling to beautiful Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, it is pretty tough to decide what to do. Lazing by the pool is nice, but vacation is also a great opportunity to get out and see things that you might never get to experience again. Cabo San Lucas whale watching is one of those things that you really have to be in the right place at the right time, and Cabo Trek has been getting guests there time and again. The whale watching season in Cabo San Lucas runs from December to the beginning of April. Many operators offer Cabo San Lucas whale watching tours, but the only whale watching tour in Cabo that has an actual marine biologist on every excursion is Cabo Trek.
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Courchevel's Couloirs

Looking for a fresh powder day? Courchevel's couloirs are renowned as some of the most difficult black runs in the world. The ultimate skiers’ playground and a magnet for the rich and famous, Courchevel is the glamorous heart of Les Trois Vallées. Courchevel has many facets; it consists of 4 satellite villages (Courchevel Le Praz, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850) although it is most famous for its highest resort, the exclusive village of Courchevel 1850.
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