Tramex Signature Vacations
If you’re looking for the ultimate in luxury and refinement when you travel, then one of these vacations is the perfect choice for you. These journeys go above and beyond the basics to offer something extra when it comes to style, service and comfort. These standout tours also include all immersive Signature Experiences and VIP access with no options sold. Plus, indulge in authentic regional dining including a Michelin-star Highlight Dinner on each itinerary. Your only concern? Enjoying the journey. Click Here for the Savings!more
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Last year, Hurricane Odile nearly destroyed this popular Mexican vacation spot. After months of rebuilding, Cabo San Lucas resorts are ready to welcome guests again.
Last September, a Category 4 hurricane slammed into the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, nearly decimating the tourist corridor of Cabo San Lucas. The usually sun-drenched haven of relaxation, home to many hotels, a major international airport, championship golf courses, and a 380-slip marina, was devastated.
While Hurricane Odile blew through Cabo, guests sought shelter in safe spaces, such as hotel ballrooms. They remained there for several days, as efforts to evacuate tourists were hampered by the destruction at the Los Cabos International Airport. The storm caused an estimated billion worth of damage to the area. It took over a week for the airport to resume flights and several months for Cabo's hotels and resorts to reopen.
This summer, nearly a year after the storm, the area's luxury oceanfront resorts have finished their extensive renovations. Las Ventanas al Paraíso (Rosewood), began...more
As soon as January 2016, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will begin implementing the final phase of the so-called REAL ID Act, which sets standards for state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards acceptable by federal agencies for official purposes. Under the final phase, which will begin "no sooner than 2016," residents of "non-compliant" states will no longer be allowed to present state-issued driver's licenses as identification for air travel, but instead will be required to present "alternative forms of identification – such as a U.S. Passport." As of today, the non-compliant jurisdictions are: American Samoa, Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire and New York. It is up to those states, working with the federal government, to come up with a solution to this problem.
Implementation of REAL ID has been repeatedly delayed over the past 10 years to provide additional time for states to comply, and it is possible that further extensions could be granted. DHS has promised that before this final phase is implemented, it "will conduct an evaluation to...more
Want to add an "exotic" twist when you tie the knot? Let us help you plan the perfect wedding get away. Destination weddings are more affordable than you may think, and you wont have far to travel for the honeymoon!more