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Bermuda    

The Gulf Stream sends its warm waters and balmy climate straight to Bermuda. That means there's an island paradise waiting for you less than two hours from the Northeastern US. When you land, you'll find four centuries of English tradition that have gone tropical. One of the world's prettiest islands, Bermuda is covered with lush gardens, tidy pastel houses with zig-zag roofs, gorgeous beaches and a long tradition of hospitality toward its visitors.

November through March is Bermuda's secret value season. It's a time when the weather is comfortable and springlike. The beaches are uncrowded. And many hotels feature free nights, free resort credits or special reduced rates. Be sure to inquire about TNT's great winter specials when making your reservation.     

TNT Vacations    
www.tntvacations.com     
888-468-6846



Hawaii    


When visiting the Islands of Hawaii you'll find palm-fringed blue lagoons, lush rainforests, hidden gardens, cascading waterfalls, wild rivers running through rugged canyons, and soaring volcanoes. And oh, those beaches -- gold, red, black, and even green sands caressed by miles and miles surf. The possibilities for adventure -- and relaxation -- are limitless. The entire island chain is made of volcanoes; don't miss the opportunity to see one. On Oahu the entire family can hike to the top of the ancient volcano, world-famous Diamond Head. At the other end of the spectrum is fire-breathing Kilauea at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, on the Big Island, where you can get an up-close-and-personal experience with the red-hot lava ooze. On Maui, Haleakala National Park provides a bird's-eye view into a long-dormant volcanic crater.

Rushing waterfalls also dot the Hawaiian landscape, thundering downward into sparkling freshwater pools are some of Hawaii's most beautiful natural wonders. If you're on the Big Island, stop by Rainbow Falls in Hilo or the spectacular 442-foot Akaka Falls, just outside the city. On Maui the Road to Hana offers numerous viewing opportunities; at the end of the drive, you'll find Oheo Gulch (also known as the Seven Sacred Pools), with some of the most dramatic and accessible waterfalls on the islands. Kauai is loaded with waterfalls, especially along the North Shore and in the Wailua area, where you'll find 40-foot Opaekaa Falls.

Pleasant Holidays
www.pleasantholidays.com
800-742-9244
 


St. Barths


A unique flavor of France, under the sun in the West Indies...St. Barths is beautiful because of the ingenious alliance between the place that Nature made, and the place that men and women have made within it. It's more of a feeling than a catalog of sights, sounds, and smells. Some corner of our minds recognizes that the people here have evolved a way of life that has resulted in things like charm, pride, peace and plenty. St. Barths People resemble rural Americans of seventy five years ago. They are modest and unpretentious.. A man's word is honored, and business can be done on a handshake. They keep their homes freshly painted, their yards raked. What little class distinction exists between them is economic, not social, and is therefore subject to change at any moment.

Apple Vacations    
www.applevacations.com     
800-517-2000


 
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