These resorts offer a carefree alternative to ordinary vacations where you have to budget your money and watch your wallet. Spread throughout Mexico and the Caribbean, these resorts offer meals, drinks, non-motorized watersports such as snorkeling and kayaking, accommodations, nightly entertainment, and gratuities for one price. Some resorts even offer golf, scuba, and spa treatments. Your spending money is limited to souvenirs and sightseeing. Virtually everything is paid for before you set foot on the plane, so you can relax and enjoy your vacation.
Cruises are a fantastic way to travel. You unpack only once, visit exotic ports of call, and leave the driving to the captain! Most cruise lines include your flights, airport/pier transportation, accommodations, most shipboard meals and entertainment in one package price. Once onboard, you are free to do as you please. When in port, you can participate in shore excursions arranged by the cruise line, explore at your leisure, or stay on the ship and relax. It’s all up to you!
Popular honeymoon destinations include all-inclusive resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean, Europe, Las Vegas, Florida’s Gulf Coast, Hawaii, Colorado, and cruises. Packages include airfare, rental car, hotel accommodations, theme park passes, theater tickets, luau reservations, sleigh rides, lift tickets, and more.
Increasingly brides and grooms are choosing destination weddings. Most couples choose resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean, while some choose the beaches of Florida or Hawaii. These resorts have on-site wedding coordinators who help couples choose their flowers, location, and reception details.
Detailed Domestic and International Itineraries
Cindy specializes in orchestrating detailed itineraries that can overwhelm a traveler. Previous itineraries include honeymoons in Greece that included international flights to Athens, ferry transportation to Mykonos and Santorini, private car transportation to the airport, and romantic hotel accommodations. Recent clients returned from a fall foliage driving vacation that involved six New England states and numerous state and national parks.