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Cap Juluca In Anguilla

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Cap Juluca is an exclusive Caribbean hotel that is

located to the southwest coast of Anguilla, of the

British Virgin Islands. The resort is set on 179

tranquil acres, and surrounded by white sandy

beaches, palm trees, and water so clear that you

can see to the bottom.

Guests of the Cap Juluca resort are accommodated

in 18 beachfront style villas which will house

no more than six rooms each. The rooms measure

at least 700 square feet in size and feature large

marble bathrooms, white tile floors, and louvered

doors which will open wide to let in the cool sea

breezes. During the morning, guests can enjoy

complimentary continental breakfast which is

served on their own private terrace.

The Cap Juluca also offers six pool villas which

are surrounded by foliage on the edge of the beach.

The pool villas offer either a private or shared

swimming pool, sundeck, and even golf carts to

help you travel around the property.

The resort design features exotic arches, domes,

turrets, and parapets. The white villas, which

are situated along the white sands of the mile

long Maundays Bay, is surround by tropical

flowers, palm trees, and breathtaking fountains.

This beach vacation also offers a number of

great activities which include water sports,

croquet, a health club, herb and endangered

species gardens, children's program, nature trails

and even tennis. Cove and Maundays Bay offer

a mile of beach, where you can enjoy kayaking,

sail, snorkeling, waterski, and even windsurfing.

You can also arrange for island tours at the

Cap Juluca in Anguilla to explore the many

beaches, go scuba diving, or even deep sea

fishing. When it comes to fun on the water,

this resort has something to offer everyone in

your family.

The spa services at the Cap Juluca include

specialized treatments such as Cap Juluca for

two, a Thai massage, aromatherapy, reflexology,

and even kinesiology.

Cap Juluca offers guests two restaurants and

a 24 hour room service. One of them, George's,

features pool and beachfront dining, serving

guests contemporary tropical cuisine that

includes salads, seafood, burgers, and even

sandwiches.

The other restaurant, Pimms, is decorated with

white Moorish arches and serves French-Asian

cuisine within walking distance of the

Caribbean Sea.

If you've been looking for a great beach vacation,

the Cap Juluca in Anguilla will provide just

what you need. There's something here for the

entire family, no matter what your family likes

to do. Waking up on an island with the

ocean at your back door is truly an amazing

feeling - which is what Cap Juluca is truly all

about.

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Tropical Beach Vacation Ideas

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Tropical beaches and tropical islands are located

within 23 1/2 degrees either north or south of the

equator. They enjoy warm weather year round with

plenty of sunshine and warmth. Depending on where

you are headed, there are many tropical destinations

around the world, including Hawaii, Fiji, the

Caribbean, and Bora Bora.

Hawaii

The Aloho State of Hawaii offers you several

different islands and beaches. Oahu Island is

the most popular, home to the infamous Waikiki Beach

and Honolulu, the state's capital. Maui offers

you several luxury resorts, 16 golf courses, and

a 10,023 foot volcano. Molokai and Lanai can both

be reached by ferry from Maui, or you can simply

fly there from Honolulu.

Hawaii's Big Island is the largest of all islands,

featuring Volcanoes National Park, with amazing

waterfalls and breathtaking beaches. Kauai is

known for it's tropical vegetation and has even

been used for setting of many Hollywood movies.

Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean Islands are comprised of many different

large and smal islands, including the Bahamas,

Jamaica, Barbados, the Virgin Islands, British

Virgin Islands, and Anguila, just to name a few.

The Caribbean Islands offer splendid beaches,

crystal clear water, and warm weather. The

vacation activities include diving, swimming,

snorkeling, sailing, and even fishing.

Fiji

The island of Fiji is comprised of many tropical

islands that are famous for their azure waters

and sandy beaches. There are several resorts for

you to choose from, including the Fiji Islands

Resort and the Yasawa Island Resort.

Bora Bora

Bora Bora is one of the most amazing islands in

Tahiti, which is located south of the equator - in

the same time zone as Hawaii. The beaches here

are protected by coral reef. The tropical island

of Bora Bora is home to several resorts, and

breathtaking scenery.

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Ocracoke Island Vacation

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Accessible by only ferry, private boat, or by air,

Ocracoke Island seems to make time stand still on

it's 16 mile island. What really makes this island

special is that over three quarters of it is protected

Cape Hatteras National Seashore property.

Within Ocracoke Island North Carolina, there are

many different houses, schools, parks, and numerous

boat ramps and places for beach access. The community

is very friendly here, making it a perfect beach

vacation spot for the entire family.

For everything practical and not so practical you'll

need while your away from home, you can find it here

on Ocracoke Island. From beach chairs and boards to

manicures and massages, and rental cars to finding a

caterer - you can find everything you need to make

your beach vacation a dream come true.

For nearly 12 continuous miles, the dunes and marsh

lands of the island are untouched, providing a home

for birds, deer, muskrats, rabbits, and other wild

animals. The several beaches on the island are some

of the last pristine beaches left in America. Fishermen

and anglers are allowed to drive on the beach, with

surf fishing being truly great here.

If you visit Ocracoke Island in the summer, you'll

find that there is always something to do. The

island has a happening nightlife as well, which

is perfect for those who want more than just the

beach on their vacation.

If you live close to North Carolina, Ocracoke Island

is possibly closer than you may realize. Those of

you who have been looking for the perfect beach

vacation can find it here. All you have to do is

book a hotel then let the good times roll.

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Cocoa Beach Florida

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Knowns as the perfect beach town, Cocoa Beach is an

hour drive east of Orlando on Florida's amazing

Space Coast. The drive here is almost as beautiful

as the beach - offering you endless ways to enjoy

your leisure and recreation.

Whether you are going on a family beach vacation,

leisure travel, business trip, or just a day at the

beach, you'll find exactly what you've been looking

for in Cocoa Beach and the Space Coast area to make

your stay one you'll never forget.

Cocoa Beach is one of the most affordable beach

vacations in Florida. There is never a lack of things

to do or see in and around Cocoa Beach. Besides the

fun in the sun, Space Coast offers you the chance

to go deep sea fishing or parasailing, try your

luck aboard a casino cruise ship, or just take a

river tour and get up close and personal with the

awesome wildlife of Florida.

While at Cocoa Beach, you can also visit the Kennedy

Space Center, the Brevard Zoo, or spend some time

shopping. You'll be within short driving distance

to all of the Orlando attractions, and you can even

drive back to Cocoa Beach at night to enjoy dinner

in one of the many dining spots on the beach.

When night sets in, you can kick back and enjoy

the nightlife on the beach that ranges from cool

jazz clubs to beach side cafes. Then, you can

stay the night with perfect accommodations and

wake up to a breathtaking sunrise on the beach.

With plenty to offer you and your entire family,

Cocoa Beach provides an excellent beach vacation or

getaway. There is plenty to do on the beach, with

enough nearby to keep you coming back for more.

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Family Beach Vacation Ideas

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All across the world, there are several locations you

can choose for your family beach vacation. Below,

you will find many different locations, and what

they will offer you and your family.

Maui

Throughout the West Coast of Maui, you'll have many

choices for your beach vacation. If you plan to

enjoy golf, the Kapalua Resort is a great choice,

as guests will receive 30% lower golf rates than

those who don't stay at the resort. The resort

also includes the Kapalua Bay Hotel, Kapalua Villas,

and the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua.

One bay over from the Kapalua Bay is the Napili Kai

Beach Resort, which is a low rise family resort

that offers comfortable beach front condos. The

Napili Kai also offers complimentary programs for

children ages 6 - 12 from mid June to the end of

August, during Easter and Christmas. The condos are

seconds away from the beach, and they include

kitchens as well as laundry facilities.

If you prefer a more secluded area, the Maui Prince

hotel is located in a quiet setting surrounded by

two scenic golf courses and a large sandy beach

that kids never seem to get enough of.

Mololai family adventures

The island of Molokai is filled with empty beaches,

no traffic lights, and few tourists. Many tourists

visits only for a day or so, with some going to

the island because they assumed they were going to

Molokini (which is a snorkeling site near Maui).

The island of Mololai is accessible by ferry from

Maui or by plane from Honolulu. The island is

ideal for those who like the outdoors with a twist

of adventure. When you visit here, you shouldn't

expect shopping or nightlife.

Florida

The Breakers Hotel in sunny Palm Beach Florida has

a spa, golf course, and a 1/2 mile sandy beach.

There is also a seperate pool for the kids, a family

entertainment center, and a kid's program. Families

can reserve up to five adjoining rooms while

children under the age of 16 can stay for free in

the same room as their parents.

If you decide to take your beach vacation in Orlando,

the Loews Hard Rock Hotel offers you plenty of

beach and amusement rides, with a 240 foot slide

and a white sandy beach.

California

With several family beach vacation resorts in

California, the Hotel Del Coronado is among the most

famous. The hotel offers many different facilities

for families, including lessons in kayaking, surfing,

tennis, and biking.

Georgia

The barrier islands in Georgia offer ambiance,

sandy beaches, and a laid back prospective to life

as you know it. Jekyll Island offers you miles

of paved bike path with three 18 hole golf courses,

which is perfect for golf enthusiasts.

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Cotton House Beach Vacation

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The only hotel on the exotic island of Mustique, the

cotton house offers luxurious service, privacy, and

plenty of secluded beaches. You can spend your

days exploring the marine life, relaxing by the

pool, or getting pampered by the enticing spa.

The spa at the Cotton House offers an amazing array

of services, such as massages, facials, reflexology,

wraps, and fully body treatments. You can catch a

spa in one of the four treatment rooms, just steps

from the beach, or even in the privacy of your

own room.

Situated between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic

Ocean, the 1,400 acre Mustique Island offers a

tennis club, nine secluded and beautiful beaches,

which are perfect for scuba diving, windsurfing,

and even snorkeling.

Rooms and suites

The Cotton House offers just 19 luxurious guest

rooms, cottages, and suites, most offering private

patios and panoramic views of the ocean. The

amentities offered by the Cotton House include soft

French cotton linens, a pillow menu, air, flat

screen televisions, and maid service twice a day.

If you are planning a honeymoon twist to your beach

vacation, you can splurge on one of the cottages

with a private plunge pool, or even book the two

bedroom Cotton Hill Residence which offers a

private swimming pool and its own staff that are

dedicated to you.

Eating

From dining in your cottage, ordering a picnic

basket and going to an empty beach, or just having

a romantic candlelit dinner, Mustique leaves the

choices up to you. A traditional afternoon tea

is served each day in the Great Room, while there

are weekly cocktail parties held by the Cotton

House as well.

Getting there

There are three ways that you can fly to Mustique.

You can go via Barbados, via Martinique, or via

Saint Vincent. From Barbados, you can take a

Grenadines Airways flight to Mustique for around

$400 per person - round trip flight.

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Cloister At Sea Island

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The Cloister At Sea Island is a private five mile

long coastal vacation spot in Georgia. Sea Island

is well known for its championship golf course,

which after recent improvements, is now better than

ever before.

There are a total of 54 holes, which include the

18 hole Plantation Course which opened in 1998, and

was designed by Rees Jones. The 18 hole Seaside

Course was renovated by Tom Fazio and re-opened

again in 1999. You can learn to play golf at this

course, or just play and polish your game.

The Sea Island resort also offers a spa with several

fitness facilities. You can participate in special

classes as well as personalized fitness and wellness

programs. Other activities around the resort include

tennis, horseback riding, sunset cruises, boating,

fishing, shooting school, kayaking, swimming, and

even diving lessons.

Sea Island also offers a family destination where

kids can choose from several different vacation

activities. Children can play afternoon tennis free

of charge and even participate in complimentary

golf and tennis clinics. During the summer, spring

break and even holidays, the resort is happy to

provide a program for kids ages 3 - 11.

Resort rooms and food

The Cloister at Sea Island offers you well over 250

guest rooms and suites that are situated in various

houses on Sea Island. The Retreat House, Hamilton

House, and Harrington House are all located on the

beach, while the newer guest houses and Terrace

Houses are all located between the beach and the

tennis center.

Guests that visit Sea Island can also stay at the

Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club, which opened in

March of 2001. The Lodge offers guests 40 luxurious

rooms and suites that are situated above the

clubhouse with golf course and even ocean views.

The main dining room at the Cloister offers live

music and dancing during warmer months. The Terrace

dining room, located at the Lodge at Sea Island

Golf Club serves continental cuisine with a

Southern twist.

Late spring, summer, and early fall are by far

the best times to check out the Cloister at Sea

Island. Sea Island is an hour drive by car from

Savannah Georgia and one hour away from Jacksonville

Florida. Private aircraft can also land at the

McKinnon Airport on St. Simons Island, which is

four miles away from the Cloister. No matter how

you get here - you'll be glad you did!

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Maui Beaches

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The island of Maui is home to some of the most amazing

beaches. Some beaches offer swimming all year round,

while others are best for surfing or snorkeling

during certain times of the year. Depending on

where you choose to stay, there are always some

famous beaches nearby.

West Maui beaches

If you drive along the west coast of Maui from Lahaina

to Kapalua, you'll see many breathtaking beaches

along the coast. Kaanapali Beach will offer

you over three miles of white sand with a variety

of watersports, including surfing, sailboating,

and even catamaran rides. On the north end of

the beach is Black Rock, which is well known for

snorkeling.

Visitors like the sandy beach at Napili Bay,

because there are no high rise buildings around,

and the bay is protected well from waves. The

Kapalua Resort in west Maui is home to Kapalua

Beach, Oneloa Bay Beach, and the D.T. Fleming

Beach.

South Maui Beaches

The rule with Hawaii and Maui is that the further

south you travel, the less crowded the beaches

will be.

Kihei offers you a series of beaches along the

six mile coastline, some even offering lifeguards,

restrooms, and picnic areas. Polo Beach and

Wailea Beach offer both restrooms and equipment

rentals. Or, if you prefer a more secluded beach,

you should visit Maluaka Beach at the Maui

Prince Hotel - where you may even encounter some

green sea turtles.

A few miles past the Maui Prince Hotel is the

Big Beach of Makena, which is one of the best

beaches on Maui. As the name implies, the beach is

quite large, and best of all - empty. It offers

white sand, picnic facilities, and even restrooms.

East Maui Beaches

The beaches of East Maui are unlike others in

Hawaii. Surround by lush scenery, the beaches are

secluded, scenic, and very colorful.

Hamoa Beach is a must visit if you plan to visit

East Maui. As you approach the beach from the

main road, you'll walk past colorful plants and

palm trees surrounding Hamoa Beach. Just off Hana

Highway is Hana Bay Beach, which offers black

volcanic sand.

The Red Sand Beach is difficult to get to, you'll

need to find a narrow path along the coast. The

beach offers plenty of swimming and snorkeling,

and you should be the only one there - which is

great for those looking for privacy. Even though

it is hard to get to, Red Sand Beach is truly one

of a kind.

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Kona Village Resort

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The amazing and relaxing Kona Village Resort is

located on the western coast of the Big Island of

Hawaii. Offering you breathtaking views and plenty

of things to do, the Kona Village Resort is a

beach vacation come true.

If you are planning to relax, unwind from the

pressures of life, and get closer to nature, Kona

Village Resort is the ideal place to go. This

vacation resort caters to couples seeking romance

as well as families looking to spend quality vacation

time together.

The Polynesian style cottages have no phones or

television sets. This way, guests can spend their

days trying out new activities, exploring the rich

Hawaiian marine life in the bay, or just spend time

relaxing time on the beach.

The resort offers 125 individual bungalows that

are spread out across 82 tropical acres. They are

all different in style, size, and view. The south

side of the resort offers palm trees and tropical

foliage, while the lagoon side features wildlife,

and the north side features a unique lava flow.

When it comes to dinner, you'll have a choice of

two oceanfront restaurants. The cuisine is light

with an emphasis on fresh island vegetables and

fish. On Friday, the resort hosts the infamous

and legendary Lu'au, which has been a Hawaiian

tradition for many years.

The Kona Village Resort is located on 82 acres

of tropical heaven with a large beach - private

for guests. You can explore the resort bay

that is teeming with wildlife, including the

Hawaiian grean sea turtles and blue tangs.

If you visit the resort between December and April,

you may even catch the North Pacific humpback

whales as they migrate from Alaska to Hawaii -

right off the beach. Almost every night at the

resort, you can see the manta rays swim into the

light in front of the Hale Moana restaurant.

There are several different activities to choose

from here as well, including snorkeling, kayaking,

and sailing. The Kona Village resort will even

organize daily volleyball games and glass bottom

boat tours. If you choose, you can even play

tennis, go fishing, or even scuba diving - in

the crystal clear Hawaii water.

The Kona Village Resort in Hawaii is another fine

example of everything Hawaii has to offer you on

your beach vacation. Hawaii is a beach vacation

paradise, with something for the entire family.

If you've been looking for the ideal vacation spot,

Kona Village is where you'll want to spend almost

all of your time.

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