Cenotes in Mexico

Did you know that there are different types of cenotes?  The most common types are: open, semi-open, and cave.  Cave cenotes are underground and these are the newest, typically with clear blue water. Semi open cenotes have

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Isla Mujeres Mexico

The island of Isla Mujeres is a short trip from the coast of Mexico.  Not as well known as Cozumel, Isla Mujeres offers many of the same attractions. The clear blue waters are great for

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Why Use A Travel Advisor?

I get this question all the time.  Well, the main reason to use a travel advisor is because we are professionals.  We know more about the industry and the current travel climate than anyone else. 

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Review of Carnival Mardi Gras

I had the opportunity to sail last week on Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Carnival Mardi Gras.  It was the last week as the newest ship because Carnival Celebration set sail for the first

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Best Snorkeling Beaches in the Caribbean

There are many beaches in the Caribbean where you can snorkel.  And many of them offer great snorkeling.  But there are 3 beaches that I have visited where the snorkeling really stands out.   With

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The Breathtaking Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii is made of 4 main islands that are all very different.  Each island has its own unique character and scenic attributes. Watch this video to find out more about the Hawaiian Islands.

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Boston, A Historic City

Boston is a great city to visit. The stark contrast between the historic monuments and the modern buildings and attractions creates a unique perspective that cannot be found in many other cities it the United

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Going to the Yucatán? Dive into a Cenote!

Going to the Yucatán? Dive into a cenote! Forget the ocean; when you come to Cancún and the Yucatán, the water you really need to swim in is in a “cenote”! What’s that? Pronounced “sen-oh-tay,”It’s

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