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Family Guide To Disney Cruise Lines

Disney is the mother of all family-friendly cruise lines, and for passengers looking for quality youth programming, it's an obvious choice. In addition to abundant activities for young passengers, there are enough adult-centered entertainment options to keep grown-ups occupied as well. Check out our comprehensive guide to what Disney has to offer everyone aboard their fleet. Disney Cruise...

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Grenada Family Fun

Grenada is known as "The Spice Island of the Caribbean" and produces one third of the world's best quality nutmeg plus an array of other fragrant spices. Then there's the fruit: bananas, mangoes, coconuts, French cashews, soursop, breadfruit, papaya... all crops that supported the small, 133-square-mile island's economy. In 2004, just as the island's international tourism boom was beginning, Hurricane...

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10 Reasons to Take the Family to the Dominican Republic this Summer

The Dominican Republic has a wide range of activities for people of all ages. It’s the perfect family vacation, with warm temperatures, beautiful beaches and variety of entertainments and attractions. The Dominican Republic has provided many amenities for families, so that both adults and children can...

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Grenada Hotels And Restaurants

FTF has spotted some of the top family hotels, resorts and local eateries on the intriguingly quiet, purely green Caribbean Spice Island of Grenada.If you're looking for big resorts with fancy kids clubs and video arcades, this is not your island. Grenada just isn't the place to find extensive, on-property children's programs rivaling those on other Caribbean islands like Jamaica. But while...

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Karisma Resorts, Purveyor of Luxury Family Vacations

Imagine an all-inclusive resort with beautiful rooms, excellent food and well run children’s programs; add in great service and superstar mascots, and you’ll get the Azul by Karisma Hotels & Resorts luxury brand.Good design, quality amenities and service are critical to the luxury experience, but parents are more likely to pay a premium for ease, safety, room to relax and activities...

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Tropical Flavors Awaken Appetite For Island Adventures

Traveling with family members who are too stubborn or too afraid to experiment with food can spoil any trip. You don't want picky eaters to waste their tropical beach vacation standing in a buffet line. And you certainly shouldn't skip the best seafood restaurants at your tropical destination to eat predictable (but mediocre) meals at international fast food chains.Instead of giving in to...

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What To Do In Nassau On A Bahamas Beach Vacation

Looking for fun things to do in the Bahamas but don’t know where to begin? We’re here to help with some favorite Nassau attractions, many of them free. Along with world-class beaches and some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean, all the Islands of the Bahamas offer visitors a rich history and a fresh breath of island culture. We’ve put together some of FTF’s...

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Disability Travel: Resources Help Disabled Tour The Globe

In recent years, the special needs of physically challenged and handicapped travelers have been recognized by the travel industry, and although much more must be done to assist these travelers, there are some useful websites for the disabled, and other resources to plan trips that include every member of the family.Reader Cheri Larson recently wrote to us, noting, "I researched and completed...

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Finding Bargains At Lesser-Known All-Inclusive Caribbean and Mexican Resorts

No matter whether it's a bear or bull market, all-inclusive resorts will continue to be a good value for active family vacations in the Caribbean, Atlantic and Mexico. Due to the vagaries of the economy, competition from cruise companies, and the negative impressions left by hurricanes, medical alerts and erratic Homeland Security measures, the Caribbean resort industry has been making concerted...

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Riviera Maya’s Underwater World

Although Cancun is the gateway to the Yucatan peninsula’s coastal resorts, since the late 90s, many families have chosen to bypass this exciting city and spend their holiday time south along the Riviera Maya. Boasting more than 40,000 recently built rooms at large resorts, most of the Riviera Maya properties are foreign-owned, beachfront all-inclusives with nary a sign of Cancun’s glittering...

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