Pack & Go!
These are last minute deals for people who are able to travel with little notice. Weekly rates are between $400.00 and $650.00 a week including all tax and fees.
Payment in full is required at time of booking. The reservations are
Space is limited and condos are on a first call/first book basis.
non-cancellable and non-refundable
Madeira Beach, FL
2 bdrm GF, Jan 5, 12, 19, 26
1 bdrm, Dec 22, 29...650.00
Ft. Myers Beach, FL
1 bdrm, Dec 29...625.00
Orlando area, FL
Sleeps 8, Dec 29...599.00
2 bdrm, any sat in Dec,Jan
Ruskin (Tampa area), FL
2 bdrm, Dec 15...499.00
2 bdrm, Dec 15...499.00
Indian Shores, FL
3 bdrm, Dec 8, 15...599.00
North Myrtle Beach, SC
2 bdrm, any week Dec, Jan
2 bdrm, Dec 22...599.00
Las Vegas, NV
2 bdrm, Dec 21...550.00
Palm springs, CA
1 bdrm, Dec 21...525.00
1 bdrm, Dec 22...490.00
2 bdrm, any week Dec...525.00
1 bdrm, Dec 28...590.00
Park City, UT
1 bdrm, Dec 22, 29, Jan 5, 12
1 bdrm, Jan 5, 12, 19...700.00
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St. Maarten: 2 European cultures on 1 island
On the island of St. Maarten, boredom is a forbidden emotion. Here you can do what comes naturally, live in the moment, explore without limits, and renew your passion for life. From the breathtaking cliffs of Cupecoy. To a beach where planes come so close you can practically touch them.. From the ordinary to the extraordinary, the possibilities are limitless.
Often referred to as the crossroads of the Caribbean, St. Maarten is located at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, approximately 150 miles southeast of Puerto Rico. The island is just three hours from New York City and two hours forty-five minutes from Miami.
In 1648 St. Maarten was peacefully divided between Holland and France, and today is the smallest landmass in the world to be shared by two sovereign nations.
Traveling the island has been a pleasure in recent years, thanks to major initiatives to improve the infrastructure of St. Maarten, including the construction of new roads, the re-paving of existing roads and the implementation of roundabouts and traffic lights in key locations throughout the island.
English is the predominate language in the island, however the official language on the St. Maarten side is Dutch, and is officially French on the St. Martin side. French Creole, Spanish, Papiamento and other languages are also spoken.
On this island, your limits are the sky in one direction and the bottom of the sea in the other. Sail the yacht that won the America's cup. Motor a catamaran along the mythical line separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean Sea. Charter a fishing vessel and set out for giant marlin. Dive. Fish. Hike. Climb historic Mount Concordia. Do it all. See it all. For here there are no limits other than the boundaries of nature itself.
With over 50 unique dive locations, St. Maarten is truly a destination for divers of every skill level. The turquoise waters that surround the island are teeming with color and life. Here divers and snorkelers will find thousands of multicolored fish, shells and crustaceans of every shape and size, as well as a rainbow of coral, algae and marine plants.
You can explore the island by kayak and venture into its numerous secret coves and calm inlets. You can rent a Sunfast 20 and enjoy a leisurely sail in the Simpson Bay lagoon. In fact, you can rent just about any form of water transportation you can think of at most beach resorts, from Hobie Cats, to motorboats, to canoes. And for windsurfers, on the windward northeast side of St. Maarten are two beaches divided by a peninsula. On one side the flat waters of Coconut Grove are ideal for beginners, and on the other side, the wilds of Orient Beach are perfect for more advanced sailors.
Bike your way around St. Maarten and the miles will melt away faster than the passage of time. From the limestone plateau of the lowlands and the cliffs at Cupecoy, to the volcanic rock summits of Paradise Peak and the shoreline roads and the natural preserves, you will find that mountain and trail biking on St. Maarten is a magical adventure. At the St. Maarten Museum you will follow the history of the island and its inhabitants from prehistoric to modern times, and learn about cargo that was salvaged from a British man-of-war that sank off the coast in 1801. At St. Maarten Park you will learn about plants and animals that were here when the Arawaks of South America first landed on the islands of the Caribbean, and delight at the antics of the golden lion tamarins and baboons. In galleries and home studios across the island, you will be amazed at the wealth of talent that exists throughout the Caribbean, much of which is on display right here, and available for collectors and admirers alike.
There is a beach for every passion along the coast of St. Maarten. Some of our more renowned beaches include the mile-long Mullet Bay Beach, perfect for swimming. Little Bay Beach is a favorite of snorkelers, with calm waters and excellent visibility. Dawn Beach is known for its powdery white sand. And Guana Bay Beach offers magnificent views of St. Barthelemy.
Here are some great places to stay in St. Maarten:
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