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Cartagena, Colombia

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This charming port city in the northern part of Colombia is situated on the country’s idyllic Caribbean coast, making this a wonderful destination for any vacation. The Old Town area of the city features colorful colonial buildings, fun street art, and lush greenery, which creates a picturesque setting and vibrant photo opportunities. The warm beaches will completely dazzle you with the white sand and sparkling blue waters. The region is also filled with rich history, dating back to its founding in 1533 by Spanish Commander Pedro de Heredia. The Castillo San Felipe castle is one site in particular that reflects the history and stories of Cartagena. Plus, if you’re a coffee enthusiast, you’ll love trying the smooth and flavorful coffees found around the area.

Top 10 Hot Spots

  • Old Town (Walled City)

  • Castillo San Felipe

  • Plaza Santo Domingo

  • Plaza San Pedro Claver

  • Punta Arena Beach (Tierra Bomba Island)

  • Playa Blanca (Baru)

  • La Boquilla

  • Rosario Islands

  • Mercado de Bazurto (Market)

  • Café de Las Novias

Recommended Hotels/Resorts:
Hyatt Regency Cartagena
Hotel San Martin
Estelar Cartagena de Indias Hotel & Convention Center
Bastión Luxury Hotel
Hotel Sofitel Legend Santa Clara Cartagena

Spanish and English (commonly spoken)

The temperature in Cartagena remains about the same all year round, usually staying between 80 and 90 degrees F. From May to November is the rainy season and afternoon rain is common. The best time to visit is December through April, which is the dry season.

Eat & Drink:
Dishes: Arepas, Tamales, Empanadas, Ajiaco, Chocolate, Arequipe

Beverages: Coffee, Colombia Cocktail, Chicha, Chocolate Santafereño

The Colombian peso is the main currency here. USD is not accepted and you will need to exchange your money. ATMs are available and major credit cards are widely accepted.

The airport for traveling to Cartagena is the Rafael Núñez International Airport. The airport is situated in Cartagena, and is easily reachable from resorts and hotels.


Santorini, Greece

Located in the shimmering Aegean Sea.

Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands off the coast of Greece. It’s famous for its picturesque white and blue stoned houses, breathtaking ocean vistas, and old-world windmills. Santorini is a stunning destination for a romantic vacation, a relaxing family trip, or even a fun girls trip. The area has many dazzling beaches with a backdrop of rugged formations and cliffs, which were shaped due to a 16th century volcano eruption. So, while you’re here, you’ll have the chance to take in these scenic surroundings, unwind with lavish resort options, and enjoy laid-back activities. Visitors love to take their time strolling around and admiring the charming architecture and unbelievable views. Or, you may even want to get out on the turquoise waters by sailing or chartering a yacht! When you’re in Santorini, you’ll surely feel kefi, which is the Greek word meaning spirit of joy, passion, enthusiasm, high spirits, or overpowering emotion!

Day 1
Arrive at Santorini, Greece
Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape. The whitewashed, cubiform houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera (crater). They overlook the sea, small islands to the west and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles.

Check in at Splendour Resort
Private round trip transportation from/to airport & hotel

Day 2
Enjoy Greece on your own
You can visit Kamari Beach (free). Go to Fira to Oia to hike (free) or try a winery tour.

Day 3
Santorini Catamaran Cruise with Greek Buffet
Experience the coastline of Santorini from the water during this 5-hour catamaran cruise. Choose between daytime and sunset bookings, both allow you to travel with an intimate group of 20 or fewer fellow passengers. Snorkel equipment is available for stops along the route, and you’ll dine on snacks, drinks, and a full barbecue meal. 5-hour catamaran cruise from Santorini Choose from daytime or sunset tour Food and drinks included See Santorini’s sights from the water Hotel pickup and drop-off included.

Day 4
Enjoy Greece on your own​

Day 5
Santorini Cooking Class
Immerse yourself in the Santorinian culture and lifestyle by cooking authentic local dishes all within a friendly and festive environment, because cooking is a celebration!

Day 6
Oia Sunset and Traditional Villages Tour
Experience Santorini’s nature and history on this all-day guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, explore Akrotiri, a well-preserved Bronze Age settlement buried in ash nearly 3,600 years ago in a volcanic eruption. Then head to the cliffside village of Oia and admire a magnificent sunset—along with the famous Blue Dome Church, Prophet Elias Monastery, and other sites. Spend the day sightseeing on the gorgeous Aegean island of Santorini Explore an ancient settlement and stroll the beautiful streets of of Oia Get an up-close view of local history and culture with an informative guide Make the most of limited time with convenient hotel pickup and drop-off

Day 7
Enjoy Greece on your own

Day 8
Head home


Western Caribbean Tulum, Mexico

Suite Life in Tulum.

Tulum is a Caribbean paradise nestled along the coastline of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. The town is brimming with pristine white sand beaches set against clear blue ocean, and features scenic rocky cliffs and tropical palm trees. As an ancient Mayan port city, there are fascinating ruins and history to be explored. You’ll find a variety of luxury beachside resorts to choose from and with a plethora of activities like snorkeling, cave exploring, and zip lining, there’s a lot of fun in store. Tulum is also the perfect destination for those looking to unwind with tranquil surroundings. From sunbathing at the beach to relaxing in pool cabanas or indulging in soothing spa treatments, it’s no doubt the ideal spot for your next vacation, honeymoon, or group trip!

Top 10 Hot Spots

  • Tulum Ruins

  • Coba Ruins

  • Playa Paraiso (Beach)

  • Tulum Beach

  • Ziggy Beach

  • Mayan Beach

  • Parque Nacional Tulum

  • Cenotes Dos Ojos (Cave Diving)

  • Labnaha Cenotes & Eco Park (Cave Diving)

  • Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park

Recommended Hotels/Resorts:
Coco Tulum
Piedra Escondida
Azulik Hotel & Maya Spa (Adults Only)
Papaya Playa Project

Spanish and English (commonly spoken)

Tulum is a great place to visit year round. Temperatures are lowest in February at about 65 degrees F and highest in October at about 93 degrees F. Tulum’s rainiest months are June, September, and October, but they still offer many nice days. Towards the end of October through the end of December is the best time to visit, with hurricane season being over and the temperatures being warm, but not too hot.

Eat & Drink:
Dishes: Tacos, Chilaquiles, Empañadas, Tostadas, Enchiladas, Corn Ice Cream

Beverages: Horchata, Mexican Punch, Paloma, Margarita, Champurrado (hot chocolate drink)

Peso is the main currency in Mexico. You can exchange USD for Peso or just use USD. If you are going to use USD note that the exchange rate changes daily. ATMs are available and major credit cards are widely accepted.

The airport for traveling to Tulum, MX is Cancun International Airport. It’s centrally located making it a short drive to resorts, towns, and attractions.

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