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St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, The Buccaneer
The Buccaneer

Helping you find the best-value lodging experiences around the world, from budget to luxury and everything in between. You know those hotels that you visit and feel as if you’re staying in someone’s guest home? But this guest home is on a beautiful stretch of beach with warm waters... Read More

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Tahiti, Taoahere Beach House
Taoahere Beach House

From the coastal road ringing around the island of Mo’orea, you can glance down at the lagoon and take in postcard-perfect views of floating, traditional thatched-roof bungalows. This is the money shot; the reason why Tahiti’s 118 islands are narrowed down by many to just two: Mo’orea and Bora... Read More

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Aruba, Caribbean, beach

Hold on to your floppy hats — we just found the deal to end all beach deals: a Beach of the Month Club package from CheapCaribbean.com with 12 seaside getaways all totally planned for you, every single month of 2018. Just in time for the holidays, it’s a gift... Read More

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Renovated room at Coral Towers Atlantis
Renovated room at Coral Towers Atlantis

Atlantis Paradise Island is a Bahamas classic. With a slew of resorts to suit different tastes and budgets, a prime location on Paradise Island, and an over-the-top water park, it’s among the most recognizable properties in the Caribbean. Recently, Atlantis has spruced up and added to some of its... Read More

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Montego Bay, Jamaica, Jewel Grande Resort & Spa
Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa

Want a Jamaica trip that’s high in luxury, but not luxury prices? Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa, a newly opened all-inclusive resort, is offering an opening rate of up to 50 percent off when you book by Oct. 31 for travel through Dec. 23. We found some great... Read More

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Greek islands
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From the whitewashed Cyclades to the history-rich Dodecanese, Greece’s 227 inhabited islands are pretty much all paradise. But with so many choices, travelers face a tough decision: which will it be? Here’s how to tell which Greek island is right for you, and what it means for your budget. THE... Read More

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Waikiki, Hawaii, The Modern Honolulu
The Modern Honolulu

It’s no secret that there are lots of resorts to choose from on Oahu, Hawaii’s most-touristed island. But there’s a new wave of hotels that feels fresher, smarter, and more modern than ever. This new batch of boutique hotels puts art, design, and style in the forefront. The city’s... Read More

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The Capitol in Havana, Cuba
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Ever since former President Obama eased sanctions against Cuba last fall, Americans have flocked to the island. U.S. visitors, however, must still meet the conditions of one of these 12 permitted reasons for travel. For most people, educational or “people-to-people” programs, in which you agree to have a full... Read More

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Channel Islands National Park
Channel Islands National Park/Flickr/National Marine Sanctuaries

Scuba diving is a thrilling and exciting sport to learn. However, once you’ve done dozens of dives — as amazing as they are — the usual coral and aquatic wildlife can become repetitive. Fortunately, there are scuba destinations across the globe that offer submerged scenery unlike any other —... Read More

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Flickr/Rick Gonzalez

If winter’s arctic temperatures have you planning a winter escape, we get it. Lounging on a warm beach and sipping margaritas sounds so much nicer than shoveling snow. Luckily, with flights to be found from most major cities to Cancun at $200 or less, it makes perfect sense to head... Read More

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 lilikoi fruit/Facebook/Monkeypod Jam
lilikoi fruit/Facebook/Monkeypod Jam

Kauai is nicknamed the Garden Island for its lush, fertile land; but you might be surprised to learn that at least ninety percent of the food consumed here — and in the state of Hawaii — is imported. The reason: As the plantation era came to a close in the mid-twentieth century, land that had been devoted to large-scale... Read More

Sunset on Peter Island in the BVI
Sunset/Peter Island

Let’s be honest, there’s no such thing as a bad sunset in the British Virgin Islands. But some spots do offer a particularly good vantage point to watch the sun dip below the horizon. At the end of the day, here’s where you need to be to see it... Read More

 Fishing boat returning to Big Corn Island, Nicaragua, at sunset/Mark Orwoll
Fishing boat returning to Big Corn Island, Nicaragua, at sunset/Mark Orwoll

The less-visited Caribbean side of Nicaragua is another world, where Creole English trumps Spanish, fresh seafood is more common than the traditional corn-based cuisine, and the relative isolation has produced a culture of its own. Nowhere is that more true than on the remote Corn Islands — two of... Read More

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Facebook/Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia
Facebook/Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia

For many of us, the long cold nights of winter inspire dreams of jetting off to someplace warm. But, this season, why not shake things up a bit? Instead of falling back on the tried-and-tested winter hot spots, choose someplace new instead. Popular Destination: Jamaica Go Instead: Barbados Often overlooked by U.S.... Read More

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Rum smoothie Anegada Reef Hotel in the British Virgin Islands
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As most travelers to the Caribbean know, the issue of where and what to drink is just as pressing as choosing a place to stay. Fortunately for those visiting the British Virgin Islands, we’re making that decision a bit easier with our picks for the best bars on the archipelago. Soggy Dollar... Read More