Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Do You Want To Escape The Cold Of Winter?

If you want to escape the cold of winter, and enjoy some tropical or exotic destinations were your entire family can experience a world of fun here are a few suggestions:


This country offers rainforests, mountains, beaches, and beautiful coastline on the Caribbean and the Pacific, and more bird species than in the United States and Canada combined. It is a culturally rich city with many great resorts and hotels and a five star one like the Playa Bonita Resort & Spa which is been conceived as the ultimate prize for those who enjoy the good life. Just minutes from the Resort, they are activities that can be included is visits to Panama Canal Mira Flores locks' visitors center, the historical colonial district of Panama city, the Amador Causeway, or an exploration of the tastes of Panama with the many dine around options in the city. From Playa Bonita located at Kobbe Beach there are boat trips to the Pearl Islands for salt water fishing, whale watching or simple relaxation and sun worshiping. For serious golfers, the Tucan Club championship golf course is just minutes away from the Resort. Panama offers rainforests, mountains, beaches, and beautiful coastline on the Caribbean and the Pacific, and more bird species than in the United States and Canada combined.

Puerto Vallarta

Here you will find Luxury hotels and shopping centers have sprung up north and south of the original town, allowing Vallarta to grow into a city of 250,000 without sacrificing its considerable charms. It boasts the services and infrastructure of a modern city as well as the authenticity of a colonial Mexican village. Cool breezes flow down from the mountains along the Río Cuale, which runs through the center of town. Fanciful public sculptures grace the main waterfront street, or malecón, which is bordered by lively restaurants, shops, and bars. The malecón is a magnet for both residents and visitors, who stroll the broad walkway to take in an ocean breeze, a multihued sunset, or a moonlit, perfect wave.

Costa Rica:

Costa Rica is a nirvana for active travelers with recreation or a specific adventure in mind. Whatever your taste in recreation, Costa Rica has something for you. You can pursue your own thing, or book any of scores of organized excursions and tours on a particular theme. Here you will find all the ingredients for a great golf vacation and the added bonus of experiencing the scenic beauty and natural attractions of this city.


spreads out in a dry desert landscape of red dirt, cactus, and volcanic rock, interspersed with divi-divi trees, their branches bent from the 10- to 25-knot breezes. With less than 24 inches of rain a year, mostly in November and December, Aruba virtually guarantees sunny weather for your vacation, tempered by the constant trade winds that keep temperatures at a comfortable average of 82 degrees year-round. Palm Beach is Aruba's most popular beach. One of its best known features is its calm swimming waters and white powder sand. It is located in front of some of Aruba's major hotels and resorts.


Has the world’s best snorkeling and scuba-diving opportunities. This tiny Central American country has the longest continuous barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere; the largest known classic Mayan city. It is the world’s best snorkeling and scuba-diving opportunities. Depending on your personal preferences, you can choose to stay in an intimate and luxurious hotel, or an isolated nature lodge in the heart of the Mundo Maya, or a tent on your own desert island or sample all three. Due to Belize's compact size makes it easy to sample a wide range of locations in a short period of time.


With a four star rating try the Englishman's Bay is a mile long, with white sand, deep, clear waters, and palm trees lining the bay. It is a popular destination for sunbathing and snorkeling. Enjoy the prime activities in Tobago like diving, snorkeling, birding, and hiking. This laid-back island is famous for its coral reefs, rainforest, and mountains. Located twenty two miles from its sister island Trinidad, with its better beaches and low-key ambiance, draws vacationers interested in a relaxed getaway paradise.

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