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Top 8 Caribbean Resorts With Adults-Only Pools

While some Caribbean resorts fall squarely in either the adults-only or kid-friendly section of a Venn diagram, others find their way in the middle, overlapping slice, offering a little something for both groups. At the following eight Caribbean resorts, you’ll find amenities suited to families, as well as adults-only pools (and other designated areas) for…

Top 10 Things to Do in Aruba

Aruba might only be 75 square miles, but the tiny island is packed with so many great (and different) things to do. While hanging out at the beach is likely already on your itinerary, there are plenty of other to-dos worth adding to your list. Here’s a collection of the top activities in Aruba when…

13 of the Best Swim-Up Bars at Caribbean All-Inclusives

Some trips are all about hitting museums, joining guided tours, and scrambling to see as many local sights and landmarks as possible. Beach vacations are emphatically not those trips — especially those at all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean, where the itinerary revolves around lounging on the beach, strolling in the surf, and simply gliding across the…

Where to Go Instead of Mexico: 7 Alternative Vacation Ideas

Mexico is an amazing and convenient vacation destination for tourists from the United States, with a plethora of different activities and regions to cater to anyone’s travel wish list. However, for many, it’s become a “been there, done that” trip. If you’re looking to branch out, there are plenty of other vacation spots with a…

Post-Hurricane Update: Caribbean Destinations You Can (and Should) Still Visit

Beach at the Beaches Negril Resort & Spa/Oyster This year has already witnessed one of the most active hurricane seasons in the Caribbean. Category 5 storms Irma and Maria barrelled through the region, with winds gusting over 200 miles per hour, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake. Popular travel destinations, including Tortola, St.…

Video: The Caribbean Island That Lets You Swim With Flamingos on the Beach

If you’re having a tough time picking a Caribbean destination to visit, allow us to introduce you to Renaissance Island in Aruba. The 40-acre island, which is privately owned by the hotel Renaissance Resort & Casino, lies about a 10-minute water taxi ride from Oranjestad, Aruba, and comes with all the expected trimmings of a…

7 Family-Friendly Caribbean Resorts with Lazy Rivers

The Caribbean is a hot spot for family vacations, and it’s not hard to see why. With gorgeous beaches, plenty of water activities (and on-land ones, too), and dozens of amazing resorts, the destination is prime for getting away from it all and having a blast — whether that’s keeping your schedule action-packed or simply…

Bahamas vs. Aruba: Which Is a Better Vacation Spot for You?

At first consideration, you might think that there’s not much difference between the sun-soaked shores of Aruba and the beaches surrounding the Bahamas. Both are popular vacation spots, good getaways for snowbirds, and can claim year-round sunny and warm weather. Whomever’s sand you land on, you’ll undoubtedly find gorgeous water, stunning snorkeling and diving opportunities,…