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Windstar Super Sale

Windstar has placed 45 amazing 2018 itineraries on sale, now through December 29. Choose from SE Asia, Alaska, Caribbean, Europe and Tahiti. See our Specials Page for details

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Top 10 Big Cities

Conte Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Survey Awards
The Best Cities in the World
20 Top Large Cities
1. Tokyo, Japan
2. Vienna, Austria
3. Kyoto, Japan
4. Barcelona, Spain
5. Paris, France
6. Sydney, Australia
7. Madrid, Spain
8. Vancouver, BC, Canada
9. Rome, Italy
10. Munich, Germany
11. Budapest, Hungary
12. Amsterdam, Netherlands
13. Singapore
14. Melbourne, Australia
15. London, England
16. Istanbul, Turkey
17. Bangkok, Thailand
18. Hong Kong
19. Cape Town, South Africa
20. Mexico City, Mexico

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Welcome Air Canada Vacations

Welcome Air Canada Vacations
We are proud to announce that Air Canada Vacations is now a supplier to Go Bucket List Travel. Through our new relationship we’ll be better able to serve our Bucketeers with a full range of Canadian Ski and Resort Packages, combining air, hotels, transfers and even lift tickets into one offer.

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Kangaroo Island

Is a Visit to Kangaroo Island On Your Bucket List?

Kangaroo Island south of Adelaide is Australia’s third largest island, a haven of unspoiled parks, reserves, beaches, dramatic coastal cliffs and isolated beaches and a wildlife sanctuary for kangaroos, wallabies, possums, bandicoots, goannas, dolphins, echidnas, platypus, a multitude of birds and a large colony of rare sea lions which frolic at Seal Bay oblivious to humans. The island is popular for four-wheel drive touring vacations, self-drive and cycling excursions. We took a day trip there a few years ago but we can arrange overnight stays in delightful lighthouse cottages, small motels, bed and breakfasts, and camping grounds. The fishing and diving are excellent with established tour operators. Koalas have also flourished. You only need to look up to see one curled up and sleepy in a fork of branches.

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The Caribbean is Coming Back

The islands affected by the recent series of hurricanes are working overtime to bring their ports, beaches and resorts back on line. To keep abreast of the latest developments, we recommend that you check-out “The “Caribbean is Open” website:

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