While visitor numbers increase all year long, the Labor Day weekend is an especially vibrant few days. Here is a sampling of few of the activities available to travelers during the holiday.
Cayman Vows magazine – the first-ever definitive resource for couples and wedding planners looking for inspiration and guidance to execute world-class destination weddings and honeymoons in the Cayman Islands.
This year, Delta Vacations honored Memories Splash with the 2017 Quality Assurance Award for providing high-quality experiences to over 99% of their clients who stayed at the resort.
The binoculars located on the open-air 86th floor Observation Deck are now free of charge for guests’ viewing pleasure, alongside the free Empire State Building Observatory Experience and Destination Midtown apps, and free Wi-Fi available at the ESB.
Caribbean tranquility meets Venetian romance and charm at this five-star oceanfront resort, scheduled to open in December 2018.
The Nevis Tourism Authority is pleased to announce with Cruise Global that starting November, 2017, Crystal Yacht Expedition Cruises’, luxury yacht, Crystal Esprit will call in Nevis.
The new rankings highlight the World’s Best Places to Visit as well as region-specific lists, including the Best Places to Visit in the USA and the Best Places to Visit in the Caribbean.
During the Caribbean Week organized in New York by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), Patrick Baucelin, author, producer and director from Martinique received the “Lifetime achievement award” in recognition of his dedication, talent and work documenting the Caribbean culture throughout the years.
From epic cliff jumps in Hawaii and private waterfalls in Jamaica to hidden caves in Brazil and secret beaches in Bermuda, water thrills are in every corner of the world – if you know where to find them. Here’s a sneak peek at a few incredible swim spots to dip your toes into.
Just in time for July 4th, Expedia.com® released the results of the 2017 Expedia® Flip Flop Report, a global study that explores cultural differences in beach attitudes and behaviors across 17 countries from around the globe.