Peter Island: Great Places for Couples

Peter Island: Great Places for Couples

After spending months planning the wedding of your dreams, the last thing couples need to do is spend a lot of time worrying about and arranging a honeymoon. And after the rush of a wedding weekend, days and nights on a balmy beach, massages and hot baths overlooking crystal clear blue water, and five-star dining is just what the wedding fairies order.

The Peter Island Resort in the British Virgin Islands offers all of these amenities and more in a package that takes all of the planning off of your hands. Upon arriving in Tortola, after leaving customs, you are greeted by a friendly representative of the resort who directs your bags to be picked up to by a cab which ferrets you over to Peter Island’s ferry – one of several – for a thirty-minute guided tour of the BVIs (as the British Virgin Islands are referred to by locals) before you dock on the shore of Peter Island.

Perfect Honeymoon Destination for Couples

The warm, friendly staff will whisk away your bags once you arrive, and offer to either take you on a quick tour of the island (by golf cart of course), or take you directly to your room to change and relax. Once you do get to your room – if you’re staying in one of the well-appointed suites overlooking the white sand beach, you’ll find a warm, high-ceiling room, with doors opening out to a balcony. The dark paneled room is lit up by the large windows and by the tropical colored pillows along the bed and couch. The large bathrooms come fitted with a large spa bath and a double-headed shower — to make sure you’re extra clean of course.

All food is included with the price of the resort fee, and you definitely get your money’s worth. From high-brow seafood and steak dishes, to the Caribbean classic conch fritter, you will not go hungry. Alcohol drinks are extra, and easy to order plenty of as you can quite easily put all charges on your room. The several bars are well stocked with an impressive wine list and the requisite tropical drinks. Be sure not to miss the BBC (Banana Bailey’s Colada). One evening, the resort held a vintner’s dinner, hosted by a local wine importer. He was quite knowledgeable, impressing some of the seasoned guests with his wine knowledge, and giving a lecture on French wines without coming off as lecturing. The wine likely helped.

The activities and amenities at Peter Island are tremendous. Included with your resort fee are snorkeling equipment, other water sports, some sailing equipment, tennis court and rackets, as well as access to beautiful private and semi-private beaches, Honeymoon Beach and White Bay Beach. Make sure to get a picnic lunch packed for you, complete with wine, for an even more enjoyable beach visit. Peter Island will also arrange excursions for you, like snorkeling trips to The Indians, where you can see barracuda, ray sharks and turtles just feet below the surface; shopping trips to Tortola and sailing trips to other British Virgin Islands to visit the Baths on Virgin Gorda and the world famous, water-access only Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke.

And finally, no visit to Peter Island would be complete without a visit to their spa. Make sure to book appointments in advance of your visit as they fill up quickly. And set aside enough time so you can while away at least half a day at the spa. Not only do they offer a tremendous amount of spa services like couples massages, reiki and yoga, but they have a spectacular infinity pool and hot tub overlooking one of the many shorelines of Peter Island.

Peter Island, and all of the Virgin Islands, rank as some of the most beautiful beaches and islands in all the world. All adventure and beauty seekers owe themselves a visit there. You will not be disappointed.

Peter Island: Perfect Honeymoon Destination for Couples

Ancient African Culture for You

Ancient African Culture for You

Western ancient African geography was very hot and dry. There were a lot of deserts. There were also savannas, or grasslands. The Sahara Desert was a savanna 3-8 thousand years ago. The Niger and Nile Rivers went through Africa. There were also some mountains.

Ancient Africans communicated by making cave drawings. They also had wooden canoes for travel, which were used on their rivers. They had miners, fishers, and farmers. They also traded salt, gold, iron, and copper that they mined. They fished on their rivers, which had over 2000 kinds of freshwater fish. They had ivory, and it was legal because a lot of animals weren’t endangered then. They rode across deserts on camels.

Ancient African Culture

Ancient African government power lied with females. They had a matrilineage, which let the power go from family to family through females. Their family ties/connections were very important to them. They shared their culture as they migrated. They moved from one place to another as places dried out. They believed that the spirits of the dead could cause trouble for the living.

Ancient Africans had canoes, jewelry, domestication, and cave paintings. They also had iron tools, and terra-cota, which means baked earth. They also had swords and knives. They lived in huts made of sticks, hides, wood, and clay. They had kraals that surrounded their villages. They were made of thorny sticks and kept out wild animals like lions and tigers that would attack the villagers.

They kept herds of animals. They ate the animals that they hunted. They had farmers, hunters, miners, and fishers. They ate bananas, yams, rice, coconuts, and cane sugar. They only had necessary belongings, and didn’t own many things.

Ancient African Culture for You

The Best Hotels for Small Spenders in Las Vegas

The Best Hotels for Small Spenders in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of my favorite vacation destinations. I usually end up there at least a couple times each year, and although I’ve had a virtual buffet of experiences traveling, eating, gambling, and imbibing in Sin City, I have never had the stereotypical glamour-raunch “What happens in Vegas…” kind of time as seen in commercials and CSI episodes. To me, Vegas is all about 99 cent margaritas and $40 jackpots on a lucky Munster’s penny slot machine, not top-shelf vanilla-pomegranate martinis and roulette.

Alas, the whole Las Vegas experience just isn’t as cheap as it used to be. Just five or so years ago, it seemed like you could find a room at any of the middle-scale Strip hotels for $29.99 a night. Perhaps those prices are still around, but we haven’t been able to score them for a long time. Now, anything $45 a night and under is a bargain.

Best Hotels for Small Spenders in Las Vegas

On the strip, I have three recommendations, and as with most bargains, they all carry a small compromise or two. The Stratosphere and Circus Circus have cheap rooms, but they’re right at the very end of the northern Strip. That’s not necessarily a problem if you are really into walking, or plan to purchase bus day-passes. It is a problem if you want to stroll out of your hotel and be in the heart of the bustling Strip.

For those who have stayed in a hotel in this area previously, you should know that the fabulous Stardust casino has been torn down, and the New Frontier next door is currently being demolished as of this writing. The loss of these two old casinos makes for a huge gaping hole in the atmosphere of this budget area of the Strip. Of course, all is not lost; on the other side of the street are the Sahara, and Riviera casinos.

The rooms at the Stratosphere are clean, standard and all fairly new as the hotel itself is only about a decade old. The outdoor pool and hot tub are nice, and the buffet is mediocre to good. The Stratosphere is a good choice for those wishing to spend time both on the Strip and in downtown Vegas, the original Strip– fabulous Fremont Street.

My recommendation of Circus Circus is based almost solely on its great rooms. For the cheap rates, the actual accommodations are unbeatable. The bathrooms are huge, the beds and pillows are actually comfortable, and the décor is almost attractive when pitted against Stratosphere rooms, with a kind of faux-Victorian-European circus flair. The parking is fairly easy and free. It’s an obvious choice for families-there is an entire indoor amusement park complete with rollercoasters and all the standard rides, as well as hourly free circus shows under an indoor bigtop. The customer service is lacking, however, and other drawbacks are the crowds and chaos. There is usually a very long wait to check in (we waited nearly an hour.) The slot machine and gaming area always seems overcrowded, too brightly lit, and somehow just uncomfortable and ill-conceived. The buffet is terrible, and the presence of prunes should have been our fair warning.

If you are willing to stay a couple blocks off the Strip, there’s a little-known hotel called Somerset House. The rates are comparable to Circus Circus, and the service was friendly and trouble free. Our room was large, but rather ancient, crumbling, and–I will just say the walls are thin. Earplugs are in order here. The benefits are an unbeatable old style 1950′s era outdoor Vegas pool, easy parking, and a convenient small-but-full kitchen. Across the street is another little-known hotel with a very small casino and a mediocre to good inexpensive Italian restaurant called Yanni’s, and a cozy, ongoing karaoke event with regulars.

On Fremont Street, I recommend the fabulous El Cortez, and the Plaza Hotel. The rates are comparable to the above mentioned hotels-within the $40- $55 range. We recently stayed at the Plaza, and the morning we checked out, received an invitation slipped under our door to stay an additional night for just $20. The El Cortez actually gave us a certificate for two free nights good for the following month.

As you make your travel plans, you may find there are even cheaper hotels, but unless you have been to Vegas before and are somewhat familiar with the area and really know what you’re getting into, don’t venture too far North or off the strip. On Fremont street, don’t venture past El Cortez. Many of the dirt cheap hotels are dirty and cheap in the wrong way. Stick to the hub, and you won’t compromise your safety or comfort for price. Likewise, with the hotel recommendations above, you can have a great Vegas vacation without compromising your wallet.

A Guide to Nightlife in Brussels

A Guide to Nightlife in Brussels

After a whole day touring Brussels, Belgium what most visitors like to do is kick back and relax with a drink or dance the night away, depending on the age and inclination of the visitor. The nightlife in Brussels is high quality, though it may lack variety. Like all European countries, there are pubs on every corner where you can enjoy a draft of beer. Yet, for those who want to do more than bar hop, Brussels offers so much more.

Nightlife in Brussels

The nightlife in Brussels is all about the bars, clubs and the discos. You can find anything from bars that boast the 40′s oldies to techno music that is upbeat and hip. So here is a guide to the nightlife in Brussels that will help you choose the best routine for your visit.

Brussels boasts cocktails bars of all type and variety from the traditional to the unique. Tourists can enjoy dinner shows, cabarets, theaters, and puppet theaters of the traditional variety, jazz clubs and even opera and ballet.

If you like a casual and relaxed atmosphere where dress code is low on the priority list and fun is high, then opt to go to Lower City, Brussels. There are a lot of private nightclubs that offer a nights membership and while ultra casual attire is not allowed, semi-formal to casual is accepted. This area is hip and upbeat and ideal for those who are still in the throes of youth!

One bar that usually boasts hosting the youthful intelligentsia of Brussels is “The Kafka” where the conversation can seem ethereal. The interior is musty and great with an ambience that is ancient, while still entertaining. This is a place to relax when the night is coming to an end. Other more formal clubs include The Fuse located in the Marolles district. Le Soleil, is a little bar great for the quieter crowd that likes to drink and chat.

For something different you can opt for the Théâtre de Toone VII where you can watch puppet shows while drinking. Jazz clubs are popular in Brussels with the live music scene taking dominance. Jazz clubs like L’Archiduc and Sounds Jazz Club, are two of the popular ones while the Ancienne Belgique wil have everything from Rock to Jazz to the Electro. The Chez Maman offers the glitter and dazzle of feathers in a great cabaret experience. While the DJ bar, with an underground experience in open air, is the Le Gazon, where DJ’s play anything from eletro to acid house.

If you have had enough of the bar and club scene, opt for the Goupil le Fol which is a converted junk shop where you can sit on sofas in a quiet, serene environment and sip on unique wines. The nightlife in Brussels has a lot to offer it just depends on who you ask and what you are looking for, look in the right places and you can have a blast of a time…your way.

Five Places for Your Family in Christmas Vacation

Five Places for Your Family in Christmas Vacation

1) New York City, New York

New York City might be the best place to spend Christmas. While the weather may not always be welcoming, everything else is. The tree at Rockefeller Center is something to be seen. Of course there are lots of other things to do after. The theaters on Broadway, the sporting events and concerts at the revamped Madison Square Garden, and exploring of the city’s restaurants are perfect. Do not forget about the Rockettes performing their annual show at Radio City Music Hall.

Places for Your Family

There are three airports where New York is accessible from. LaGuardia, JFK, and Newark over in New Jersey are all international airports that can get you to Manhattan easily. The public transportation system in New York City can take you anywhere so it does not matter where you actually end up staying. For first time traveler’s though, try to stay somewhere in Manhattan instead of the other boroughs. You will be thankful on those late nights when you just want to collapse backwards onto your bed.

2) Orlando, Florida

Warm weather, beaches, and Walt Disney World Resort along with Universal Studios, makes Orlando an ideal Christmas destination for families of all types. A one day ticket to Disney World is $90 for each family member 10 and over with deals available for more than a single day. For Universal Studios it is $128 for a one day pass. The Orlando Magic will also be at home December 18-29 so check out a game while you are there. Visiting Orlando on Christmas may make you forget it’s even winter.

 

3) Aspen, Colorado

Lloyd Christmas described Aspen as a place where the wine flows like beer. Where nice women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano.” While some families may prefer to get away from the snow and dry air, others make the most of it. Aspen is best known for their ski resorts and spending Christmas week on the slopes is a great idea. If skiing is not your thing then Aspen probably is not the best place for you, although there are other activities to do. Aspen will surround you with nature, and you will never run out of hiking trails to explore.

 

4) Paris, France

Going International now, Paris is a great place to spend any day, holiday or not. If you remember, the McAllister family from ‘Home Alone’ planned to spend their Christmas there, until Kevin went and ruined it. Other than visiting places like the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre, there are other activities around the city to partake in. While in this foreign country the best thing you could probably do is discover what is out there and enjoy the gourmet dining. You can always go on a Christmas Bateaux Parisiens Cruise or visit one of the city’s Christmas markets.

 

5) Caribbean Cruise

Nobody ever said you had to spend your Christmas on land. A cruise through the Caribbean is a unique way to spend the Christmas holiday with your family. The parties, the buffets, and of course the rock wall will make whatever cruise you decide to go on memorable. Expedia offers many different options from the available cruise lines.

Five Places for Your Family in Christmas Vacation

Coney Island – Tourist Attractions Are Abound for the Whole Family

Coney Island had been a big part of the sticky dreams of children and teenagers alike before the coming of the likes of Disneyland and other technological monsters such as the Video Game. After so many years, it still has retained its charm, and no visit to New York would be complete without having set foot on the renowned boardwalks of the Coney Island.

Named so because it was once run over with an exploding population of bunnies, Coney Island, after being developed into a theme park, attracts a different species which crowds its island now. The Boardwalk holds delights such as the Astroland Amusement Park, the Wonder Wheel Park, the New York Aquarium and the Coney Island Museum. The boardwalk itself is open all year round, while some of the attractions are seasonal, such as the New York Aquarium that opens only summer has ended, and the Coney Island Museum that opens only on weekends. In summer, Astroland and the Wonder Wheel Park are open to feed the summer crowd some thrilling fun.

Coney Island

Astroland and the Wonder Wheel are the two amusement parks of Coney Island. Astroland plays host to wonders sch as the Astroflume, the Break Dancers, the Astroland Carousel, Dante’s Inferno and the Astrotower. For the more daring, the infamous Cyclone ride is available in all its wooden glory at Astroland. That’s right, a wooden roller coaster ride. Feel the rickety fear of riding on that one. The Wonder Wheel Park on the other hand offers the Wonder Wheel, the red, white and blue wheel of Coney Island. Or you could try the Spook-A-Rama, if you feel that you need scares of the spiritual variety. Other rides include the Thunderbolt and the Supershot, which each has the height requirements of 4’8″ and 5’2″ respectively.

For the kids, Astroland has come kiddy rides to keep them busy. On the other hand, you could head for the milder attractions available on Coney Island.

The New York Aquarium provides an educational opportunity, allowing visitors to learn about marine ecology and unique sea creatures. You can watch these fishes while staying perfectly dry in the New York Aquarium.

The Coney Island Museum holds in its quarters artifacts of the good old days. If you missed Coney Island in all its glory before the advent of computer technology, here you can practically swim in the nostalgia of Coney Island as it was years ago. With the cleanest rest rooms in Coney Island, and a place to keep out of the sun, the New York Museum is the perfect place to bring the kids to cool them down, while their parents get some time to relax and see something for once. Once the kids get bored, they could always be brought out to the theme parks to pacify them again.

So, if you happen to be in New York any time in the Summer, be sure to drop by at Coney Island. You’ll be charmed by the islands tradition of fun, and the refusal to give up that tradition nor to die off in the face of the age of technological giants. The rides stand as a testament to this, and while weather and the years will wear them away, the spirit of the Coney Island Boardwalk will endure.

Santa Catalina Island : The Perfect Summer Vacation Destination

Santa Catalina Island : The Perfect Summer Vacation Destination

As the salty sea breeze blows through your hair, you gaze across the vast blue of the Pacific Ocean. Birds gracefully skim over the waves, and schools of dolphins play alongside the large catamaran you are travelling on. Suddenly, you spot a small smudge of land against the horizon. It gradually grows larger, as giant cliffs and hills loom into sight. The ferry approaches a harbor with boats of many shapes and sizes anchored. The water is the clearest blue you have ever seen, with vibrant fish visible just below the surface. A picturesque island town is nestled in a valley beyond the harbor. Edged by tall palm trees, the beach’s bright sand glares against the hot sun. Small, vividly colored houses are sprawled along the coast and up into the hills, where they are joined by expansive houses with grand terraces. You have finally reached your perfect summer destination: Santa Catalina Island.

Summer Vacation Destination

How to Get to Catalina Island

Located off the Southern California coast, Catalina Island is just over 20 miles, or 35 kilometers, southwest of Los Angeles. The easiest way to get to Catalina Island is by ferry. Several different boat companies have scheduled service to the island with departures from mainland communities such as Long Beach, Newport Beach, and Marina Del Rey, which is right by LAX. The ferries are large catamarans that make for a smooth ride, with fully-equipped washroom facilities as well as snacks, drinks, and alcoholic beverages available. The trip takes only about one hour, or you can go the route of luxury and book a helicopter ride over, which takes about 15 minutes.

Where to Stay on Catalina Island

Catalina Island has one main town called Avalon, which is a permanent civilian settlement. The town is only one square mile in size, but offers many different types of accommodations. There are campgrounds, beachfront hotels, bed and breakfasts, condos, and cottage rentals. For the luxurious traveler, the Inn on Mount Ada is the ideal place to stay. Located on a hill overlooking Avalon, the inn has breathtaking views of the town, harbor, and ocean, and was originally built for the Wrigley family in 1921. If you can’t afford the steep prices to stay overnight, you can still visit the house and enjoy the view on the grand terrace for lunch.

What to Do on Catalina Island

For such a small town, Avalon itself boasts a wide variety of activities for children, families, adults, and couples, and all within walking distance. If you’re interested in water activities, you can spend a day at the beach. One beach is located right in front of the boardwalk and main harbor, and a larger one is less than a mile down the coast and offers washrooms, showers, and a beachfront restaurant and bar. For the more adventurous, there is snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, glass-bottom boat tours, and even parasailing.

The main boardwalk has many stores for shopping, including souvenir shops, galleries, and even fortune tellers. There are numerous restaurants offering an array of food, and seafood lovers can find fresh local fish. The boardwalk also has a few bars, including a fun karaoke bar that can get pretty wild on Friday nights. One spot you should definitely check out is the Casino. This one isn’t for gambling though, it is an Art Deco dance hall built in 1929 to encourage tourism. This 12-storey circular structure is surrounded by the ocean on three sides, and has a movie theatre, museum, ballroom, and spectacular views from the balcony.

If you would rather explore Catalina Island, you can visit the Wrigley Memorial and Botanical Gardens, or play golf at Catalina Island’s golf course. You can also go hiking or biking into the interior of the island, but because it is protected by the Catalina Island Conservancy, you will need to acquire a permit. There are also many bus tours offered that will take you throughout Catalina Island by bus so you can explore the island’s beautiful scenery and wildlife. If you are more of the “do-it-yourself” type, you can rent a golf cart and go sight-seeing on your own. There are very few vehicles on the island, and the main method of transportation for permanent residents is the golf cart. With your own golf cart, you can zoom around the town and up into the hills on your own personal tour.

Catalina Island: An Affordable Summer Vacation

For those seeking an affordable summer vacation, Catalina Island is the perfect destination. If you don’t want to stay overnight, the ferry can drop you off in the morning and bring you back to the mainland in the evening, making Catalina Island the perfect summer day trip locale. Pack a picnic lunch and some snacks for the beach, and you will be all set for your perfect summer vacation! If you want to stay the night but also stay within your budget, there are several different camping grounds on the island. You can pitch your tent, gaze at the stars, and listen to the waves rolling against the shore all night long. You can also find very good prices for hotel rooms if you book online ahead of time. Transportation is easy because the town of Avalon is so small. Almost everything you want to do is within walking distance. If you would rather explore Catalina Island on your own instead of paying for a guided bus tour, you can bring your bike with you on the ferry as an easy and quick way to get around.

So whether you live in California, or you are just visiting, you can make Santa Catalina Island your perfect summer destination.

Visit to Jeju island

In contrast to the bustling capital Seoul, busy people and cars, tall buildings closely, Jeju deposition and peaceful, worthy of the title “island of peace”. For South Korea, Jeju island with beautiful scenery serene, full of sunshine coast and wind, is the ideal place for the honeymoon couples or newlyweds, or the period helping families stay mounted. Along menly explore unique landmarks in Jeju only.

Jeju island

Halla Mount

Jeju Island is the result of the formation of many volcanoes on the sea. The most famous mountain is Halla, a dormant volcano peaks for thousands of years, with a height of 1,950 meters, is called “the roof of Korea”.

The mountain is located in the national park and Hallsan been recognized as a UNESCO heritage thanks to the biodiversity. Here, there are more than 1,800 species of trees and thousands of species of animals.
Halla Mount

Mountain visitors also have the opportunity to admire this crater became a lake on the mountain and enjoy the panoramic beauty underneath.

Beef Island

Beef Island is for the pearl island of Jeju island, thanks to the unique landscape. Locals say that the island looks like a sleeping cow, so they called Cow Island. Today, tourism is Beef Island development. At this point, one of the prominent tourist destinations of the island of Beef with black sand beaches and sandy bays.

Glass Castle

Not only the scenery, but the poetic Jeju Glass Castle also brings beauty mysterious, romantic fairyland.

Glass Castle of Museum Jeju art glass including a beautiful garden outside. As we enter the castle, visitors will encounter giant bean germplasm in the hall – a unique work of art is the creative artist in 3 months. In the exhibition space inside, visitors will see first European city glass brightly colored lights. Most visitors arrive here feeling lost in the world of fairy tales.

Jekyll Island : The Millionaires’ Playground

Jekyll Island: The Millionaires’ Playground

In 1886, a group of millionaires that included the Morgans, Astors, Cranes, and Rockefellers formed the Jekyll Island Club and built the lavish Clubhouse that is now The Jekyll Island Hotel. The sixty room Clubhouse was designed and built by Charles Alexander on Jekyll Island, GA. The first condominiums that were built in America was built on the island in 1896 and were called San Souci.

Jekyll Island
The club expanded and in 1901 they built an annex to the hotel to meet their needs. Some of the members built their own private houses during the time period of 1888 to 1928. These houses gave them more room to entertain their guests. Many of the houses have now been restored and guests can stay there. Some have cafés that have been opened for the use of Jekyll Island guests.

Jekyll Island became home to the first golf course in 1898. Later the resort grew to include a swimming pool, marina, croquet lawns, and tennis courts. It was truly a millionaire’s play ground.

The Club became smaller during the Depression and the government asked the remaining members not to use the island until World War II ended. That was the end of the Jekyll Island Club. The members never used it again and the state of Georgia bought the island in 1947. The state did their best to keep it open as a hotel until 1972. The Jekyll Island Club’s 240 acres was named a National Historic Landmark in 1978. Twenty million dollars was spent to restore the grand Victorian hotel. It reopened in 1985.

The Jekyll Island Club Hotel now includes the Clubhouse, San Souci, and the Annex. There are 157 guest rooms with different historical settings. There are balconies and fireplaces in many of the rooms. The rooms in the Clubhouse have either a king size or a double bed. The rooms in the cottages have Jacuzzis and some have two double beds. The rooms that have the two double beds are deluxe rooms that are bigger and include a sitting area or a desk. All the rooms include cable TV, an in-room safe, newspaper delivery, iron and ironing board, alarm clock, hair dryer, and a coffee pot.

There are recreational activities to suit everyone. The activities include horseback riding, tennis, golf, and water sports. There is a heated pool for swimming and private beach cabanas. The Club Hotel also offers carriage rides around the village and tours of the island.

Hotel guests can choose from an American plan that offers three full meals everyday or the modified American plant that includes breakfast and dinner daily. Entire cottages can be rented for special events such as weddings or family reunions.

Visiting Jekyll Island is like taking a walk back in time. The grandeur of the millionaires’ village has been brought back to Jekyll Island. The Victorian décor adds a touch of romance from the past. If those walls could talk, they would have some stories to tell.

Top Vacation Destinations for Singles

If you are single, here are some of the best vacations for singles. There are many special vacations that are specifically designed for each interest group, such as gays, lesbians, young people, divorced men and women, retired, traditional and conservative, outdoor enthusiasts, fetish seekers and culture snobs. Whatever your likes and wants and needs are, there is a great vacation waiting for you.

Vacation Destinations for Singles

San Antonio, Texas, known as a big city with a small town feel, has sporting events, convention season, historic downtown and good food. These are just a few of the things available.

Jerusalem is a great destination no matter what your religion. It can be a life changing experience. You’ll see spiritual monuments, experience history in front of your eyes and be able to mingle with diverse cultures.

Disney World, Florida is a great place of single adults to enjoy a fun filled vacation. Adults love Universal Studios, roller coaster rides and even the characters. There are many adult packages available.

Prince Edward Island is located in eastern Canada, and is famous for its scenic coast. You will be able to meet others that love to be in the great outdoors and nature .A Great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Vatican City in Rome is home to the Pope. Nearby are the Sistine Chapel and other gardens, historic art, monuments and beautiful architecture.

Dublin, Ireland has a lot of opportunities for shopping, going to the cinema, visiting historic monuments, museums or the zoo. One of the many city parks is a good place to relax and just let the world go by.

One of the best vacations for singles is Monterrey, Mexico. One of 3 most important cities in Mexico, It has a lot of ancient historic charm and is very beautiful and relaxing place to meet others with the same interests.

The Galapagos on the volcanic islands off of South America is a great place for climbing and just exploring.

Belize in Central America is where you can do extreme kayaking and enjoy numerous outdoor sports. It is a fun place to go if you like to be by the water.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the home to many beautiful and breathtaking views and will allow you feel very inspired upon leaving.

These a just a few examples of great vacation destinations that attract single people. These places are ones where a person can travel by themselves, and possibly meet new people along the way