March Break Hot Spots

Posted on: March 11th, 2012 by paul

With March Break just around the corner, many Canadians are looking for last minute deals to Caribbean ‘hot spots’ to escape to. Whether you’re traveling with friends and looking to party, seeking out a quite all inclusive, or looking for a family destination, the Caribbean has something for every type of traveler at this time of the year. Here are some popular choices for those looking for nightlife, those who want to relax, and those who are bringing the whole family.

Hot Choice for Caribbean Nightlife: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

At the southernmost tip of Mexico’s 1,000-mile long Baja California peninsula, Cabo San Lucas has a perfect mix of great weather, exotic scenery, luxury resorts, worship-worthy beaches, and a sizzling nightlife. After hours, Cabo’s nightlife is full of tequila-fueled dance parties and traditional Mexican entertainment that both last well into the wee hours of the morning.

After-dark fun starts at casual beach bars and restaurants where breathtaking sunsets are enjoyed by those sipping on drinks and snacking on local cuisine and fresh seafood. When the sun goes down, Cabo turns into a legendary party destination. The three most famous clubs in Cabo are: Cabo Wabo, Il Squid Roe, and the Giggling Marlin.

Hot Choice for Relaxation: Bermuda

Set in the warm Gulf Stream, Bermuda is a rich oasis of pink-sandy beaches and sparkling blue waters. This island is simultaneously British and American and has fantastic beaches (such as Elbow Beach and Tobacco Bay), world class diving and snorkeling in the crystal waters and starched white coves of Warwick Parish, and the subterranean beauty of Crystal Cave.

Away from the beach, the beauty continues with pastel coloured buildings in the historic town of Hamilton. You can also discover over 400 years of history at For St. Catherine in St. George.

Bermuda is the perfect location for a slow paced, romantic, and relaxing vacation.

Hot Choice for a Family Vacation: Jamaica

Jamaica is an enchanting island that has the natural beauty that takes your breath away. The Jamaican people are so genuinely friendly and hospitable; it will warm your heart. Jamaica is home to a breathtaking landscape of rolling mountains lined by endless white sand beaches, carpeted by lush foliage and rolling rivers with cascading waterfalls. The perfect thing about Jamaica is not only that it will keep you busy with endless activities, but it will be just as captivating for your kids.

Whether you’re in Negril, Ocho Rios, or Montego Bay your children will be entertained and welcomed with open arms.



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