The best and most relaxing vacations are the ones where you just sit back and do nothing. You don’t have to worry about planning or sticking to an agenda. The easiest way to experience this type of vacation is to go on a cruise. Cruises take care of all the difficult and stressful parts that come with a vacation and the words difficult, stressful and vacation should never be in the same sentence.
Summer is prime-time cruise season because really, there is probably no better way to spend your summer than lounging by the pool while you’re cruising in the Caribbean on basking in the sun when you reach your tropical island destination.
Check out these summer hot spots that will probably rank high on your list of summer-musts:
Take a trip to the ever exciting Mexico and visit some of its most popular destinations including Cancun, Cabo San Luca, Puerto Vallarta and more! Just imagine yourself lounging poolside or beachside with a margarita, a plate of tacos and the ocean breeze grazing your skin. Fabulous right?
The story of people disappearing in the Bermuda triangle is just something people made up so that they could stay in Bermuda forever enjoying their new found tropical paradise. One of the smaller islands of the Caribbean Bermuda is filled with friendly people, delicious food and sandy beaches. Check it out for yourself and you may just get “trapped in the Bermuda triangle”.
The gem of the United States, Hawaii truly is a unique and one of a kind destination in the US. Enjoy the vibrant Hawaiian culture that is still striving in the state. Indulge in the wonderful flavors of the delicious cuisine and while you’re at it take a dip in the refreshing waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Just off the coast of Florida the Bahamas is one of the most traveled to destinations in the Caribbean. Enjoy the warm sun, warm water and sandy beaches on a trip of a lifetime. A trip to the Bahamas will give you a sense of revival and will definitely have you putting all your responsibilities on the back burner.
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