Fiji is the perfect tropical destination and is known as the home for happiness. Couples love Fiji for its romantic resorts and dream-like location. An island county in the South Pacific, Fiji is made up of more than 333 islands, 100 of which are permanently inhabited. Many of the islands were formed through volcanic activity, and some geothermal activity still occurs there.
Fiji is famous for its soft coral reefs, and is actually known as the soft coral capital of the world. The reefs, combined with the warm, clear water of the lagoons are perfect for scuba diving – a very popular activity for travelers in Fiji. Other water activities are popular in Fiji, too, such as sailing, kayaking, surfing, kite surfing and fishing.
From the majestic mountains to the turquoise waters and white sand beaches, Tahiti helps you create the lasting memories you can’t experience anywhere else in the world. A beautiful chain of islands in the South Pacific, the Islands of Tahiti are made up of 118 islands and are an ideal vacation destination for travelers seeking a true island paradise.
Embrace the island life by staying in an overwater bungalow, a thatched-roof structure that seemingly floats above the warm lagoon waters and is popular with travelers. Waters in the lagoons average 84 degrees in the summer (November through April) and 79 degrees in the winter (May through October), making them perfect for the world-class snorkeling and diving the Islands of Tahiti are known for.
The marine life in the lagoons is breathtaking – over a thousand species of fish of every color, size and shape live in them.
A popular destination for wedding and honeymoons, couples fall in love with the Caribbean. Known for their beauty and laid back style, the area continues to be a top pick for couples of all ages. It is also home to some of the best beaches in the world. The Caribbean offers a variety of islands to choose from. Temperatures average 80-90 year round and the islands offer some of the best diving, snorkeling, and championship golf courses. One of our favorites is the hiking up the beautiful Dunns River Falls in Jamaica and enjoying a sunset catamaran cruise along the crystal blue waters.
With its coral reefs, volcanoes, waterfalls, tropical foliage, beautiful beaches, and more, Hawaii is a true paradise. Home to the world’s tallest mountain and the world’s most active volcano, Hawaii is an island of extremes and superlatives. Where else can you go skiing on a mountain top in the morning and snorkel in a tropical sea in the afternoon?
Nicknamed the “Garden Isle”, Kauai is a beautiful oasis of lush tropical forest and white sand beaches. It’s the fourth largest Hawaiian island, its circular shape comprising about 552 square miles. Although the island itself is fairly mountainous, about half of its shoreline is made up of sparkling beaches, making it a popular place for visitors who want to enjoy beautiful scenery while lounging on the sand.
The island of Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, just after the Big Island and is the third most populous of the islands after Oahu and the Big Island with over 117,000 people who call Maui home. Maui has a thriving tourism industry and is one of the most popular islands to visit, featuring such alluring attractions as the massive Haleakala volcano, the bustling whaler village of Lahaina, the magnificent humpback whales, the infamous stretch of road to Hana, and its numerous family-friendly resorts, and inviting white-sand beaches. Maui is also the largest island within Maui County, which is comprised of three other islands: Lanai, Kahoolawe, and Molokai.
The ideal tropical paradise for lovers. From Nature lovers to thrill seekers, Costa Rica has so much to offer. Named the happiest place on earth to live, Costa Rica is known world-wide for its eco-tourism efforts, stunning natural beauty from the rain forest to the beaches, and an extensive amount of wildlife species that live in the varying habitats, Costa Rica is a top-notch destination.
Many visitors favor Costa Rica for its seemingly laid-back culture and to enjoy the lifestyle known as “pura vida” that most locals adopt, which means pure life. This motto not only represents a way of life, but is also a popular greeting, farewell phrase, and is used in many situations in daily life in Costa Rica.
The Pura Vida philosophy not only refers to the locals, visitors, and growing ex-pat community but also extends to the abundance of pure nature to be seen and enjoyed throughout Costa Rica.
From its history to its vast artistry and architecture, it is hard not to be awestruck when visiting Europe. There is something to please every palette and interest. Whether it’s the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Buckingham Palace in London, or the historic ruins in Rome, Europe has all of this and so much more.
Cruise the river passages exploring many historic and World UNESCO sights. Sample wines, cheeses and pastries made fresh daily and end your day with a romantic dinner, dining on some of the most exquisite foods.
There is so much to see and do. Europe has romance, history and adventure all wrapped up in one memorable vacation.