Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Top Summer Adventure Travel Spots.

If the thought of spending your summer snoozing on the beach strikes you as uninspired, you’re right--it is. Well, I just got this list from and I really want to share with you guys.

So here it is:

1) Four Seasons Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo.
Situated near Witch's Rock, Petrero Grande and Ollie's Point--famous spots regularly featured in surfing magazines--this Four Seasons boasts a concierge who can direct you to local surf shops that can arrange lessons and provide transportation to hot spots. There are also beaches in the area for novice surfers. The resort’s 153 rooms feature rattan and bamboo furniture, CD and DVD players, and balconies.

2) Caneel Bay, A Rosewood Resort St. John.
Every sailor envies the Virgin Islands’ gentle breezes, islands in the hundreds and numerous small cays. The 166-room Caneel Bay allows guests chartering a boat on St. John or in nearby St. Thomas to moor it at the on-site dock in the evenings. Novices can learn the basics of the sport from Caneel Bay’s instructors on the resort’s own Sunfish sailboat. Feeling water-logged? Guests can also walk the trails of the nearby Virgin Islands National Park.

3) The Cove Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas.
Head to this resort and take classes in dolphin behavior and physiology. Afterward, frolic with 20 dolphins in shallow water or swim with them in deeper pools on-site. Rooms at the Cove, a new section of mega-resort Atlantis, feature water views. Beachgoing guests can swim, snorkel, parasail or dine at Nobu or Il Mulino.

So have you been to this place before?

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