We all have different ideas about what makes a perfect destination. Here are just a few options that we offer. Interested in something else? Just let us know. If it isn't our area of expertise, we are happy to refer you to another qualified agency that specializes in the destination or type of travel that you want. 


Caribbean Destinations

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Situated on the Mexican Caribbean, Cancun is a perennial favorite for US travelers, due to its proximity, numerous flight options, and abundance of all-inclusive resorts. 

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Aruba sits outside of the Caribbean hurricane zone, making it the perfect year-round destination. Crystal clear water, beautiful natural rock formations, and the friendliest of people make this "one happy" island a perfect escape.

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US Virgin Islands

The beautiful US Virgin Islands are a US Territory - which means you don't have to worry about having a passport to travel there! From happening St. Thomas to quiet St. John, and the more distant St. Croix, there is something to please everyone on these wonderful islands.

European Destinations

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From the beautiful canals of Venice to the vineyards of Tuscany; from historic Rome to the Renaissance art and architecture of Florence; from the cosmopolitan vibe of Milan to the international feel of Trieste, a visit to Italy is like a visit to a diverse range of countries. Which Italy would you like to see?

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Denmark is a wonderful place to visit, and its capital, Copenhagen, is a great first stop. Whether pre- or post-cruise, or a vacation all its own, Copenhagen has a multitude of things to see and do for travelers of all ages.

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While Lisbon is a popular stop on European and Trans-Atlantic cruises, it's also a beautiful place to spend a week or so on vacation. The architecture and history alone are worth a visit, and it's proximity to other popular destinations such as Sintra (home of the fairy tale palace you've probably seen somewhere along the way) make it a great base to explore much of Portugal.