Caribbean Islands for Senior Travel, Part 2

Jan 7th, 2011 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Seems like there was just too much to describe the Caribbean on one travel blog  a couple of weeks ago, so I added #2 with additional information. Still have questions?

Caribbean Island Vacations can help. Unlike most secure online booking sites, they answer travelers questions prior to booking, or after booking. They have traveled extensively throughout the Caribbean islands, and are quite familiar with island culture, things to do, where to stay, along with many other travel tips and information to make your next Caribbean island vacation enjoyable.

Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine provides lots of information on the various life-styles on the different islands.  What’s the Deal? Here are some of the best present Caribbean travel deals by land, sea and air for you to check out:

  • Caribbean vacations – official site of the Caribbean is the Official site of the Carribean.The Caribbean Tourism Development Company (CTDC) is a marketing and business development unit, owned equally by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) and the Caribbean Tourism Organization.
    Info: 800-554-9288,
  • For all Sandals deals, book by March 11. Travel dates and restrictions vary by property. Info: 888-726-3257,
  • Info: 877-882-6782, Costa Cruise
  • Info: 866-234-7350,  Request promo code PGOBC
  • The PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Travel Network, which offers dive trips throughout the world (800-729-7234, ranks it among the top five most popular scuba destinations in the Caribbean.
  • The all-inclusive Club Med Turkoise on the island of Providenciales (888-WEB-CLUB) is a popular lodging option.
  • Osprey Beach Hotel on Grand Turk Island (649-946-2666), with a beachside pool and on-site bar and restaurant, has double rooms in mid-May starting at $150 a night, including taxes.
  • Accommodations range from guesthouses to oceanfront villa rentals to all-inclusives. Funjet (888-558-6654) for example, has a four-night deal at the Melia Cozumel All Inclusive Beach Resort for $748 per person, including round-trip air from Washington, hotel, all meals and beverages and most taxes and gratuities. Total for two: $1,495.
  • Apple Vacations (800-517-2000) has a four-night air-hotel package at the upscale Iberostar Punta Cana on Bavaro Beach at $752 per person, for a total of $1,793, including taxes and gratuities (ps. I’ve been here a couple of times and it was delightful).
  • At the all-inclusive VIK Hotel Arena Blanca, for example (888-774-0040), a four-day stay in an oceanfront suite runs $272 per person, for a total of $544, including taxes and gratuities.

Enjoy your trip to the Caribbean.    jeb

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