Best Tropical Vacation Ideas

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Freedom is what a Sandals resort vacation in the Bahamas is all about, and they take care of all of the details so you can relax and be free to do whatever you wish during your vacation.

For adults who want to enjoy a tropical vacation without any kids under foot, try Hotel Makanda by the Sea; a first-class adults-only jungle getaway in Costa Rica.

Best Tropical Vacations Ideas #1:

For those interested in being pampered in paradise, the Sandals resort in Bahamas (Sandals Royal Bahamanian) is sure to please.

Every aspect of your vacation is carefully crafted and taken care of, so you don’t have to worry about anything but relaxation and taking time for yourself.

Even getting to the resort from the airport is arranged by the resort, so you can relax as soon as you step off the airplane. Perhaps the most indulgent part of the Sandals Royal Bahamanian is the choices you face.

If your idea of fun is relaxing by the beach, having a drink in one of the resort bars, dining in the restaurants, or hanging out in your well-appointed room, you are free to indulge.

Other options include participating in one of the numerous activities such as snorkeling, sailing, tennis, or many others.

It sits on 11 acres surrounded by rainforest and sits beside a private beach cove. You are only minutes away from jungle tours, sport fishing, scuba diving, canopy zipline tours and a host of other fun activities.

An interesting diversion is the Vanilla Spice Tour of the local internationally recognized spice farm. There are plenty of opportunities to explore the jungle for wildlife but you don't need to leave the hotel grounds if you like. Hotel Makanda by the Sea is an intimate jungle resort home to many tropical birds and animals.

Best Tropical Vacations Ideas #3:

Contributed by Tom, Chicago - Every summer my family and I enjoy visiting Little Gasperilla Island. This island is off the west coast of Florida and is very remote. When I say remote, I mean remote. There are no cars allowed on the island and it is only accessible by boat, usually smaller boats.

The only mode of transportation on the island itself is golf cart. There are small and narrow dirt paths that lead from one end of the island to where the state park on the other end begins.

Little Gasperilla Island is a great vacation spot because it is very warm, sunny, and you are always very close to the beach because the island is so small and narrow. The beach is only on one side of the island because the other side is used for boat docks.

There is a lot of aquatic wildlife and non-aquatic wildlife; everything from snake to manatees and dolphins. It is a great spot for the entire family or maybe just a secluded getaway.

Best Tropical Vacations Ideas #4:

Curaco, Caribbean
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Curaco is a tiny laid-back Caribbean island in the Netherlands Antilles that may be just the tropical destination you are looking for. It has all the beaches, hiking, biking and other tropical island fun you expect plus 60 great diving spots. But it also offers high-end retailers, restaurants, and nightlife spots in the capital city of Willemstad.

A highlight of this city, rich in culture and diversity, is Hura Kulanda. This is an eight block section of the city forming a mini-village of 18th and 19th century Dutch Colonial buildings.

There are 16 buildings, all wonderfully restored. They include a casino, cultural research center, anthropological museum and an 80-room hotel. You will find a wide variety of accommodations available on Curaco. Secluded bungalows for that romantic or honeymoon getaway. Economical inns for the budget minded family vacation; or luxury villas and suites to enjoy your tropical getaway in style.

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If you are looking for a more out-of-the-way tropical destination try Papua New Guinea. This mysterious island nation is located in the Pacific Ocean and comprises half of the jungle covered island of New Guinea. Here you will find excellent diving, surfing and fishing.

One of the things that Papua New Guinea is most famous for is the diving spots. In fact, many consider this to be among the top diving spots in the world. The waters around Papua New Guinea are teeming with tropical fish.

There are many natural dive attractions like coral gardens and atolls and barrier reefs. Plus there are many sunken World War II era ships and submarines. Papua New Guinea has some very nice luxury jungle lodges.

Boat tours of the Sepik River take you through the tropical rain forest, stopping at small villages along the way. Here you can meet the friendly locals and learn about the centuries old culture and tropical island way of life.

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