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A New Era of Winter Travel

December 2, 2015

“There’s no place like home for the holidays.”  Or, is there?

This phrase is a cliche used popular among those who value spending the holiday break at home celebrating with their families.  However, a new era of travel during the holiday season is coming as fast as a blizzard. Is there a more enjoyable way to celebrate the holidays than being cooped up in a stuffy house in icy cold weather?  The waves of travelers who are flocking to warm, exotic travel destinations for the holidays give a resounding “yes”.  Spending these holidays in tropical conditions provide a fresh, relaxing perspective to the contrarily stressful holiday season at home.  People who are looking to celebrate the holidays in a relaxing, tropical way should make sure to consider the following warm holiday travel destinations:

The Dominican Republic:  From Puerto Plata to Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic has become a top tropical destination at this time of year.  Dominican beaches are among the best in the world and can help you find relaxation and peace.  Top water and beach attractions include snorkeling, jet skiing, and simple sunbathing to allow an exotic getaway.

Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico:  This next travel destination will make “the most wonderful time of the year” live up to its expectations.  Along with warm weather and stunning beaches, Cancun offers Ancient Mayan ruins that will keep you entertained throughout your trips.  These Mayan ruins are top tourist attractions that are both fascinating and stunning.

Costa Rica:  December’s dry season leaves 70 degree weather to allow a comfortable experience in Costa Rican rain forest wildlife, stunning beaches, and beautiful landscapes.  From red monkeys to tropical green birds, Costa Rica has some of the greatest biodiversity on Earth and will leave you amazed this holiday break.


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