Where to vacation in July

Old May 7th, 2004, 06:27 PM
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Where to vacation in July

Any recommendations for a July honeymoon. Beaches and adventure preferred.

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Old May 7th, 2004, 07:47 PM
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I go to Canada every summer. It's interesting, the people are friendly and it's not as crowded or expensive as many alternatives. I can't help you with beaches (although there are some nice ones in New Brunswick along the Northumberland Straight), but my recommendation for a July honeymoon is the Canadian Rockies.
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Old May 7th, 2004, 07:58 PM
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Tyson -

What do you want to do on your honeymoon? Are activities like snorkling or diving of interest? Do you like nightlife, or quiet evenings? Want resort or all inclusive aspects? What's your budget, and how long do you plan to be away? All these details can help us make better suggestions. Otherwise, the world is wide open to you with anything from Tahiti to Sardinia to Aruba or Grenada...anyplace!
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Often in the summer we venture to a place that's known for winter activities - such as the Rockie's or British Columbia. I agree that the Canadian Rockie's would be a great trip....
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Bermuda.
We went there for our honeymoon and our 25th annivaersary.
The Harmony Club is a wonderful all inclusive resort.
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Mauritius is the best place for beaches and adventure. Are you talking about July 2004 or 2005. Everything in Mauritius is booked for July 2004
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Hi TysonTY1,
If you fancy to be a diverse land come to Turkey.... You can find many options to create a perfect honeymoon. You can choose a lazy one and hire a Gulet and cruse around Med or Aegean while you are served everything and explore hidden coves and land to a luxury small hotel around the coast and enjoy while also making mini day trips otherwise one can also include some cultural venues to visit sites while honeymooning

Anyways congratulations on your marriage and if I may be any help for you for Turkey please feel free to send me few lines...

Regards,

Murat
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Hi TysonTY1,

The best place for sandy beaches and adventure is Tofino on Vancouver Island (BC Canada). Not only is it a perfect romantic destination for your honeymoon but you won't run out of things to do from whale watching, boating, golfing, spa resort, surfing, flight seeing and more. I have spent many summers there and it's definitely one of my favorite summer holiday destinations. Please let me know if I can be of any help if you decide to come to our neck of the woods.
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Why not make your honeymoon unique by volunteering in Hawaii? My husband and I particpated with Volunteer Vacations Hawaii this past spring and had the most wonderful time. There staff is so friendly and knowledgable. We had a private room and could hear waves crash outside our window (very romatic.) If you like marinelife, hostles, and really cool people than your honeymoon will be a unique success!
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The Great Barrier Reef!
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you can take schooner boat vacations in maine wehre you actually become part of the crew, stop on beaches for lobster bakes, etc.
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