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  • Celebrate Orthodox Easter in Cyprus

    Limassol, Lemesos, Cyprus
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Culinary

    • Platinum Experiences

    Immerse yourself in history and local culinary customs as you journey through Limassol, Cyprus — and beyond — in celebration of Greek Orthodox Easter. This holiday, you’ll partake in rich Greek Orthodox rituals and have delicious magiritsa — a traditional lamb soup reserved for Easter, just after midnight on Saturday night — along with sweet tsoureki bread and cheese-filled pastries, flaounes. The festivities continue later Sunday, as you savor Easter lunch with live music and entertainment. Watch from the resort’s terrace as experts demonstrate how to roast whole lamb (ovelias) on the spit (souvla). Treat yourself to a few bites of the lamb along with small samples of zivania, a Cypriot pomace brandy, and retsina, an aromatic, barrel-aged Greek wine.

    First, on a sightseeing and tasting tour, you’ll travel by luxury coach from the peaceful waterfront city of Limassol to uncover hidden gems of Cypriot cooking. But don’t forget your camera — along the way you’ll also stop at picture-perfect sites such as Kourion, where the ancient amphitheater offers glimpses out toward the sea. In the village of Monargi, you’ll sip flavorful local coffee as you sample organic green and black olives, along with katsoures, or freshly toasted bread drizzled with olive oil. Explore delicious and acclaimed regional wine with a tour and a tasting at Lambouri Winery, before heading to another village, Omodos. There, you’ll stroll ancient streets, visit a monastery and see a medieval wine press. Your final stop is Vouni. In this tiny village, you’ll experience a classic meze meal, a selection of small dishes — try a bit of everything Cyprus cuisine has to offer!

    What we love:
    • After all the celebrating, you can take advantage of the included discount on spa services to pamper yourself and relax in style.
    • Still looking to unwind? Head to the outdoor seating area of your resort’s award-winning Sailor’s Rest Lounge Bar Restaurant and experience amazing sunset sea views.
    • You’ll also get a chance to step into ancient history with a visit to the fully restored Greco-Roman amphitheater of Kourion, a curved auditorium with seats facing out to the sea.

  • Chicago Sightseeing Dinner Cruise

    Chicago, Illinois, United States
    2 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Experience Chicago’s top attractions as you venture across the Windy City at your own pace. Then, on the evening of Day 2, head to Navy Pier and board a Mystic Blue™ ship for a memorable dinner cruise. Marvel at the lakefront view of the city’s renowned skyline — including the iconic Willis Tower and John Hancock Center — and enjoy onboard games and DJ entertainment. Don’t forget to hit the dance floor as the night goes on!

    Film aficionados and movie lovers can make their way to the Chicago International Film Festival on Day 2 for an optional outing (at your own expense). This is the 53rd anniversary of the continent’s oldest competitive film festival, where film legends such as Orson Welles, Sophia Loren and Quentin Tarantino have been honored. Peruse the festival and purchase tickets if you want to see some of the year’s greatest international films.

    What we love:
    • The entertaining dinner cruise includes a live DJ and dance floor.
    • Chicago is known worldwide for its unique architecture and extensive art collections.
    • The Magnificent Mile® has more than 460 stores and stretches 13 blocks.

  • Cooking, Customs & Coastlines in Jeju

    Jeju, Jeju, South Korea
    3 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Marvel at sweeping landscapes as you cross Jeju Island, exploring centuries-long traditions that tantalize the mind and calm the soul. Begin your journey with a unique cultural experience when you learn to make omegi-tteok, a sweet rice cake (this popular dessert is typically made from rice powder dough that’s boiled and then coated in mashed red beans). Perfectly pair this dessert with a sample of Korean rice wine, or makgeolli, an alcoholic drink dating back thousands of years. Then, head to Deoreok Branch School in a mountain village on the outskirts of the city. Get your camera ready — this school stands out with its brightly painted exterior that’s used as a backdrop for photos as well as for a television commercial for Samsung.

    After lunch, admire the beauty of Hyeopjae Beach set along the northwestern coastline. Continue to Osulloc Tea Museum to learn about the traditional tea culture of Jeju. Exhibits include tea cups from around the world and teaware throughout the centuries. End the day with views of Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, a frequently photographed landmark with a height of 72 feet (22 meters). That evening, you’ll be treated to a special dinner featuring barbecued black pork — a delicacy of Jeju.

    The next day is yours to explore Jeju, the largest island of Korea, at your leisure.

    What we love:
    • Nestled between lush vegetation and crystal blue water, Hyeopjae Beach is part of Hanrim Park, home to a botanic garden and world-renowned lava tube caves.
    • Korean-style barbecued black pork is a well-known and well-loved local dish that's smoked over a bed of burning hay to give it a unique taste.
    • According to Cheonjiyeon Waterfall legend, 7 fairies once came down from the King of Heaven’s realm on a stairway made of clouds to bathe in the cool, clear waters.

  • Coral Reef Adventures in Cancun

    Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Active Sports

    • Platinum Experiences

    Discover one of the most fascinating spots along the Riviera Maya with an unforgettable half-day snorkeling experience visiting 2 different spots in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, the 2nd-largest coral barrier reef system in the world. Enjoy exploring the local biodiversity with the opportunity to see turtles, stingray and exotic fish.

    Your Cancun getaway gives you ample time to explore on your own and make the most of your all-inclusive resort’s incredible amenities. Spend time at any of the resort’s beaches or refreshing pools, race down the slides at Splash Safari, or get moving with the exciting water sports and activities available. And, whether you’re a foodie or just simply hungry, there are numerous on-site dining options to satisfy your appetite.

    What we love:

    • Getting to explore parts of the 2nd-largest coral barrier reef system in the world.
    • Cancun’s beaches have white sand made from crushed coral, which is cool to the touch year-round.
    • Cancun’s bus system makes it easy to explore the city or nearby Mayan ruins. Taxis are also readily available — just ask the concierge about regular fares or find them listed in the resort lobby.


  • Create a Wine Blend in Swan Valley

    Perth, Western Australia, Australia
    2 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Active Sports

    • Culinary

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Get a taste of Western Australia’s popular winemaking region on this adults-only DreamTripto spectacular Swan Valley. Visit the acclaimed Sandalford Winery, renowned for its premium wines and tourism, and marvel at the workings of the winery from suspended walkways and platforms. On your behind-the-scenes tour, observe the grape-crushing and pressing processes and see the fermentation areas for Sandalford’s red and white wines. Find out how wine is blended across growing regions and grape varietals. Then, put your new knowledge to the test and prepare your own blend under the direction of wine experts who will judge your creation on the spot. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine during a 3-course, choice-menu lunch at the winery’s Sandalford Restaurant.

    Continue your full-day tour with a visit to Whiteman Park, a conservation, recreation and education center that includes vintage trains, a wildlife park, museums and more. Stop at some nearby shops for tastings and shopping, at your own expense, on your way back to the hotel. In your leisure time, take advantage of discounts for the hotel’s championship golf courses.

    What we love:
    • At least 40 wineries are established in Swan Valley, a region swirling with vineyards, restaurants and breweries.
    • Considered one of Australia’s top restaurants, the Sandalford Restaurant has received at least 8 awards, including Western Australian tourism awards.
    • Celebrated for its long-lasting sunshine and cosmopolitan atmosphere, Perth is an economic and cultural jewel in Australia’s crown.


  • Cruise into Savannah’s Charm

    Savannah, Georgia, United States
    3 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Culinary

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Enjoy a narrated riverboat lunch cruise that includes a private cooking demonstration and tasting with the executive chef of the Georgia Queen riverboat. Prepare and savor a homemade appetizer before indulging in a Southern-style lunch buffet. Snap amazing photos while cruising gently along the Savannah River. On your relaxing journey, you are likely to see massive cargo ships, the world-famous River Street and the gorgeous Savannah skyline.

    In your free time, dabble in creating your own custom tours! See landmarks such as the Davenport House, Colonial Park Cemetery, River Street, City Market, Mercer House and others.

    What we love:

    • The Catholic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, which features twin spires and French Gothic architecture, is considered one of the most beautiful churches in the world.
    • The Tybee Island Light Station has guided mariners from the Atlantic Ocean into the Savannah River for more than 280 years, with parts of the current lighthouse dating to just after the American Civil War.
    • The Kimpton Brice prides itself on an atmosphere of “slightly rebellious elegance,” surrounding visitors with antebellum beauty jazzed up with modern style.

  • Cruise the Irrawaddy River in Luxury

    Mandalay, Mandalay, Myanmar
    10 Nights
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    • Cruises

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

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    Begin your Myanmar adventure with a welcome reception aboard the luxurious Scenic Aura. Cruise to Mingun and discover an unfinished brick pagoda, the Mingun Bell, the all-white Hsinbyume Pagoda and U-Bein Bridge. Spiritual enlightenment awaits in the ancient capitals of Sagaing and Inwa. Interact with monks and nuns at a monastic-supported school in Sagaing before exploring Inwa, the capital of the Ava Kingdom for more than 400 years. Visit a 200-year-old teak monastery, the leaning Inwa Tower and the remains of Inwa Fort.

    Dock in Myinmu and drive through Monywa to explore the sandstone grottoes decorated with mural paintings and Buddha statues inside niches. Continue to Yandabo, now famous for the unusual way local craftsmen fire their pottery. En route to Bagan, stop at the traditional riverside village of Schwe Pyi Thar and enjoy demonstrations about Longyi, the traditional dress of Myanmar, and Thanaka, a time-honored form of face decoration. Venture to Mount Popa, home to Myanmar’s nature spirits, and Toddy Farm, or take time to explore the markets at Nyaung U before visiting the Temple Circuit or Old Bagan. Afterward, visit the impressive Ananda Temple, travel to Clay Pot “mountain” and attend a traditional string puppet show.

    Rise early to attend morning alms for the local monks and eat mohinga, a traditional breakfast, before learning about the production of Myanmar lacquerware. On your walking tour of Salay, explore Paya Thonzu, a small trio of brick shrines; admire Youqson Kyaung, a beautiful teak monastery; and look inside the largest lacquer Buddha image in Myanmar. Experience the town of Magwe by trishaw, enjoying views from Mya Tha Lun Pagoda on Naguttama Hill. Visit Shwesandaw Pagoda in Pyay, and, in the afternoon, explore Sri Ksetra, Myanmar’s 1st UNESCO World Heritage site. Disembark the following day and travel to Yangon.

    What we love:
    • Golf fans will enjoy a visit to Thayetmyo, home to well-preserved British colonial buildings and the nation’s 1st golf course, Thayet Golf Club. The 9-hole, private golf club was established by the British in 1887, and through the club, its members enjoy honorary guest privileges at the Royal St. Andrews Golf Club in Scotland.
    • While many sites along the Irrawaddy River evidence Myanmar’s history of colonialism, a fort in the town of Minhla preserves the country’s attempts to prevent a British invasion. The fort was built in 1860 by 2 Italian engineers while the Konbaung dynasty remained in power.
    • Until recently, Myanmar was closed to foreign travelers. Because of that, the economy is based largely on specialty crafts and agriculture, including wheat, cotton, oil seeds, rice, jute and teak.
    • Lacquerware is a highly practiced art form found at certain religious sites, such as the teak monastery in Youqson Kyaung. Guests can shop for lacquer in the village of Myinkaba and learn more about the technique at the Lacquerware Museum in Old Bagan. Pottery making is another popular trade in villages along the Irrawaddy, including Schwe Pyi Thar.
  • Cruise the Panama Canal & Pacific Coast

    Miami, Florida, United States
    15 Nights
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    • Cruises

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

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    Board the Norwegian Bliss in Miami, Florida, for a 15-night Panama Canal cruise to ports in Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico. After 2 days at sea, you’ll stop in Cartagena, known for its colonial architecture, churches and museums. Next, enter the Panama Canal and cruise through beautiful, turquoise waters for a day before exiting the canal in the Pacific.

    From Puntarenas, you can explore Puerto Caldera, one of Costa Rica’s most popular coastal cities and home to exotic wildlife, limestone caves and numerous protected nature reserves. Spend a day at sea before arriving in Puerto Quetzal, gateway to Antigua, Guatemala, a Spanish colonial city and UNESCO World Heritage site. Puerto Chiapas offers access to the mysterious Mayan Izapa ruins along with Tuxtla Chico, nicknamed the “Chocolate City” because of its residents’ history with the sacred cacao plant. Visitors to Manzanillo, Mexico, can look forward to a number of nearby attractions, including the Pyramids of La Campana and the colonial towns of Comala and Colima. Head to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on the Bay of Banderas, for a stroll along the Malecon boardwalk, adorned by the famous “Caballero del Mar” (“The Seahorse”) sculpture by Rafael Zamarripa and other bronze sculptures. From there, arrive at Los Angeles, California, after 2 days at sea and disembark.

    What we love:
    • Cartagena houses the most extensive fortifications in South America, and the Cartagena Port, Fortresses and Group of Monuments were named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984.
    • Take in the unique diversity of flora and fauna at Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve outside Puerto Caldera (Puntarenas), where you can take a photo stepping on the Continental Divide, with one foot on the Caribbean side and the other on the Pacific.
    • Nicknamed Zona Romantica (the Romantic Zone), Old Town Puerto Vallarta encompasses the farmer’s market and Our Lady of Guadalupe historic church.
  • Cruise the Southern Caribbean

    Miami, Florida, United States
    8 Nights
    Price shown reflects per person pricing and does not include Government fees or taxes.

    About Your Trip

    • Cruises

    • Platinum Experiences

    Price displayed above is per person based on double occupancy for the inside cabin and does not include US$117.25 in government fees and taxes per person. Upgraded cabin categories are available at an additional cost. Click “Update Price” for final price per person, which includes government fees and taxes.



    Board the Carnival Vista in Miami, Florida, and sail to popular ports in the Southern Caribbean on this exciting 8-night cruise. After a rejuvenating day at sea, you’re off to palm-dotted beaches, colonial ruins and prime snorkeling locales on the island of Grand Turk in Turks and Caicos. Next, arrive in La Romana, Dominican Republic, land of indulgent Caribbean delights such as cigars, rum, chocolate, golf, and merengue music and dancing.

    Continue to Curacao, an island with art, culture, music and folklore deeply rooted in early African history, and colorful architecture that shines with Dutch influence. Next, enjoy a day in Aruba, the ideal combination of sun-drenched beaches, unbeatable shopping and scenic national parkland rich in vibrant flora and fauna. Spend 2 more relaxing days at sea before returning to Miami to disembark.

    What we love:

    • The Carnival Vista offers fun for the whole family with a wide variety of onboard activities, including Seuss at Sea, the Twister Waterslide, SkyRide and more.
    • Grand Turk is the site of Christopher Columbus’ initial landfall during his famous voyage in 1492.
    • The Caribbean’s ABC Islands off the northern shore of South America consist of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.

  • Cruise through Japan and South Korea

    Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
    13 Nights
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    • Cruises

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    Price displayed above is per person based on double occupancy for the inside cabin and does not include US$133.62 in government fees and taxes per person. Upgraded cabin categories are available at an additional cost. Click “Update Price” for final price per person, which includes government fees and taxes.



    Board the Celebrity Millennium® in Tokyo, Japan, for a 13-night Far East cruise to ports in Japan and South Korea, returning to Tokyo, Japan. Before departing, spend 2 nights in Tokyo, one of the most popular metropolitan areas of the world and the epicenter of Japanese culture. From there, sail to Shimizu in Japan’s Shizuoka Prefecture, near Mt. Fuji. Stay in this scenic area for views of the highest mountain in the country or learn all about this UNESCO-protected site at Mt. Fuji Visitor Center. Drop anchor next at Kobe, Japan, for 2 days of leisure time where you can do as little or as much as you desire! Perhaps experience the Sannomiya district and its busy streets lined with restaurants and stores, or visit Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum to learn all about this legendary Japanese alcoholic drink.

    Continue to Shikoku Island, home to the port city of Kochi, Japan. In town, you’ll find several interesting sights, from Kochi Castle and The Museum of Art, Kochi to Chikurin-ji Temple. Stop at Hiroshima, the largest city in the region of Chugoku on the island of Honshu. Popular attractions include Hiroshima Castle, the Itsukushima Shrine and the historic garden of Shukkei-en.

    Board the ship again for another day at sea, and dock at Busan, South Korea. The following day, sail to Busan, South Korea’s 2nd-largest city, with a rich array of temples, shrines, and museums. The city’s restaurants and cafes provide the perfect setting for exploring the distinctive — and delicious — local cuisine.

    Board the ship for another day at sea before docking at Hakodate, Japan. Mt. Hakodate is an inspiring site to behold and there are delightful hot springs to experience in the area. Stop next at Aomori, Japan, that’s perfect for exploring the Hakkoda Memorial Ship, tasting famous Aomori apples and visiting the cultural hot spot of Nebuta Warasse, a center that exemplifies the glory of the Nebuta Festival.

    Another day at sea will lead you back to your destination of Tokyo, Japan.

    What we love:
    • The world-famous Jagalchi Market in Busan is the largest fresh fish market in Korea and customers can purchase fresh fish or prepared food.
    • The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum commemorates a significant moment in time and the lessons learned.
    • Kobe is known for its Sannomiya district, which is named for the Sannomiya Shrine for safe navigation and productive commercial activities; it contains a bustling shopping area with interesting Kobe-style stores.
    • UNESCO added Mt. Fuji to its World Heritage site list in 2013 and recognizes 25 of the mountain’s localities as points of cultural interest. This famed landmark rises 12,388 feet (3,776 meters) at its highest peak.

  • Cruise to Bermuda and the Bahamas

    Jacksonville, Florida, United States
    8 Nights
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    • Cruises

    • Platinum Experiences

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    Board the Carnival Elation® in Jacksonville, Florida, for an 8-night cruise to popular ports in Bermuda and the Bahamas. First, sail to Half Moon Cay, also known as Little San Salvador Island, and cool off in turquoise waters and the fresh Bahamian breeze. Continue to Bermuda, with its pink-sand beaches and British influences, for 2 days of fun and relaxation. From there, return to Jacksonville and disembark.

    What we love:
    • Bahamian straw markets provide a space for you to test your bargaining skills and try to get a good deal on handmade baskets, guava jellies, woodcarvings, mats, hats and more.
    • Bermuda has a long and storied history of piracy.
    • Cars are driven on the left side of the road in the Bahamas, so be sure to look both ways before crossing any streets!
  • Cruise to Cuba & the Bahamas

    Miami, Florida, United States
    4 Nights
    Price shown reflects per person pricing and does not include Government fees or taxes.

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    • Cruises

    • Platinum Experiences

    Price displayed above is per person based on double occupancy for the inside cabin and does not include US$143.88 in government fees and taxes per person. Upgraded cabin categories are available at an additional cost. Click “Update Price” for final price per person, which includes government fees and taxes.



    Board the Norwegian Sky in Miami, Florida, for a 4-night cruise to Cuba and the Bahamas. Make your first stop in Havana, the capital and largest city of Cuba. Enjoy the sea breeze as you stroll along the Malecon waterfront thoroughfare, taking in views of classic cars and colorful colonial architecture. Next cruise to Great Stirrup Cay, a fun-filled private island in the Bahamas reserved exclusively for Norwegian Cruise Line passengers. Take a nature walk, snorkel or kayak in the tranquil waters, or sunbathe on the white-sand beach before heading back to Miami to disembark.

    What we love:
    • Famous for its rum, Cuba is known as the birthplace of the mojito, an iced cocktail made with white rum, mint leaves, lime juice, sugar and soda water.
    • Several popular dance styles were developed in Cuba, including the mambo, cha-cha and bolero.
    • Bahamian straw markets provide a space for you to test your bargaining skills and try to get a good deal on handmade baskets, guava jellies, woodcarvings, mats, hats and more.







  • Cultural Adventures in Bali

    Bali, Bali, Indonesia
    5 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    This exciting DreamTrip takes you to the Indonesian province of Bali to discover some of its top cultural attractions and raw natural beauty. Your tour starts in Batuan to admire the most notable landmark in the village, its namesake temple embellished with hundreds of intricate stone carvings. At Kemenuh Butterfly Park, the largest conservation park of its kind, meander the expansive flowering garden enclosures and view more than 500 butterfly specimens. Complete your cultural adventure with a visit to Tirta Empul, a Hindu temple known for the purifying waters that spring from its pond.

    The next day, visit Taman Nusa, a cultural park where you can examine Indonesia’s journey from its prehistoric beginnings to modern times, even projecting into its future. Take in the 60 authentic houses reflecting the progression of Indonesian architectural design, and glimpse the unique ways of life on Bali’s different islands.

    On your final tour, marvel at one of Bali’s most architecturally impressive and highly photographed landmarks as you’re driven around in a Volkswagen convertible. Spend time at Tanah Lot, home of an iconic temple set on a rock close to shore. Built in the 16th century, it remains an important religious site for pilgrims.

    What we love:
    • Bali has been named the world’s top destination in TripAdvisor’s 2017 Travelers’ Choice Awards.
    • The impressive Taman Nusa Cultural Park was meticulously designed to accommodate unity between nature and structure.
    • At high tide, the temple on Tanah Lot appears to be floating, and at low tide, a rock path appears for visitors to walk across.

  • Culture & Panda Encounter in Chengdu

    Chengdu, Sichuan, China
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Discover Sichuan province during a DreamTrip to the exciting city of Chengdu, China. It’s surrounded by soaring mountains, deep gorges and panda-harboring emerald valleys. Take a tour of nearby towns, Leshan and Emei, by foot and boat. Marvel at the largest pre-modern statue in the world, the 8th-century Giant Buddha of Leshan. Then visit Baoguo Temple — Southern China’s 2nd-oldest wooden structure, dating back to 1013 — for a one-of-a-kind view into the region’s storied past. You will also visit Fuhu Temple, at the base of Mt. Emei which is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage site.

    The next day, see Mt. Emei, also known as Emeishan, and hike to Jinding, called Golden Peak. Journey to another UNESCO World Heritage site, Emeishan Jinding Scenic Resort, home to a historic Buddhist temple that’s been a shelter for monks and travelers since 1377. Cable cars carry you and other DreamTrips™ Members up the mountain, though the excursion still involves plenty of hiking.

    Your final tour leads you to China’s most beloved animal — the giant panda. Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, known simply as Chengdu Panda Base, appeals to ecotourism enthusiasts and animal lovers alike, to provide a rare glimpse into the life stages of this famous Chinese bear.

    What we love:
    • Chengdu is ideal for lovers of spicy food, and the authentic hot pot dish originated in the city.
    • With tea houses located on almost every corner of Chengdu, sipping the traditional drink (especially jasmine tea) is the perfect way to relax after exploring the city.
    • Fuhu Temple, often called Crouching Tiger Monastery, is a Buddhist place of worship, erected during the Tang dynasty, which ranged from 618–907.

  • Cupcakes & Wine in Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, California, United States
    3 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Culinary

    • DreamDeal Special

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Channel your inner sommelier on scenic and fun excursions to 3 distinguished vineyards in central California wine country. Sample select varieties of wine and learn how they are created. Follow up with a delectable, wine-infused cupcake tasting. (All ages are permitted on this tour; however, only guests ages 21 years and older are permitted to consume alcohol. See Additional Information for more information.)

    In your leisure time, explore charming Santa Barbara, an alluring seaside city known as "the American Riviera®". Walk along State Street and shop to your heart’s delight. Meander through the popular area known as the Funk Zone, with eclectic galleries, shops and tasting rooms. Dine at one of the many restaurants offering fresh seafood before strolling on the beach to enjoy breathtaking ocean views.

    What we love:

    • The historic Hyatt Centric Santa Barbara, built in the 1930s in Spanish Colonial style, sits across the street from East Beach and the Pacific Ocean.
    • The hotel’s Marbella restaurant specializes in Spanish cuisine made with locally sourced produce and seafood, and features spectacular ocean views.
    • Santa Cruz Island, just off the coast of Santa Barbara, is like a miniature California, boasting nearly identical geography: 2 mountain ranges, a central valley-fault system, deep canyons with year-round springs and streams, and 77 miles (124 kilometers) of coastline cliffs, sea caves, tide pools and beaches.

  • Cyprus by Land & Water

    Limassol, Lemesos, Cyprus
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Active Sports

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Picture idyllic, untamed landscapes of majestic mountains, verdant forests, diverse wildlife and rugged coastlines with sea caves and beaches — it’s all in store for you on this DreamTrip to Limassol, Cyprus. But first, get a dose of history with a tour of the 12th-century Chrysorrogiatissa Monastery and its collection of religious treasures, including colorful frescos and a gold-and-silver icon of Virgin Mary. Quench your thirst with wine from the monks’ vineyard and snack on fresh bread and halloumi cheese.

    Head northwest to Akamas Peninsula National Park for a stop at the Baths of Aphrodite. This shallow pool is set in a serene cavern said to be the place where the goddess Aphrodite bathed. You’ll have leisure time to explore the wide variety of flora or fauna, or to swim in the crystal blue waters at the beach (weather permitting). After lunch, transfer to the port of Latchi for your boat ride through the Blue Lagoon. Stop in this sheltered cove for more swimming or just relaxing. End your day with a photo opportunity at sea caves near Peyia, offering a backdrop of towering rock formations and crashing waves.

    The following day is open for you to discover the best of Cyprus at your own pace before a rousing farewell dinner with fellow DreamTrippers. Relive the highlights of the visit as you dine and raise your glass to Cyprus.

    What we love:
    • The miracle icon of Virgin Mary at Chrysorrogiatissa Monastery is said to have been painted by Luke, one of the Four Evangelists and the patron saint of artists.
    • Indulge in delicious, fresh halloumi, a typical Cypriot cheese made from goat and sheep milk and wrapped in mint leaves when stored.
    • Blue Lagoon surprises visitors with an abundance of fish and clear water — so clear that they can see the sandy bottom from the surface!

  • Cyprus: An Island of Contrasts

    Troodos, Lemesos, Cyprus
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Health & Wellness

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Visit rural Cyprus and you’ll find a study in contrasts — from quaint farmhouses and a laidback mountain village to mighty UNESCO-protected landmarks and a lavish monastery set in the middle of a forest.

    You’ll get a real sense of the area’s rich history starting with your 1st outing. From your base in Kalopanayiotis, embark on a guided walking tour, and stop at 2 UNESCO-protected sites. The monastery of Agios Ioannis Lampadistis (St. John the Illuminator) is known for painted murals depicting Byzantine civilization, and 12th-century Theoskepasti Chapel boasts a giant oak tree whose branches "embraced" it, shielding it from the wandering eyes of pirates and looters. At the Byzantine Museum, a former schoolhouse, take in exhibits that include 16th-century icons. Along the way, marvel at one of the natural sulphur springs purported to have healing qualities. Finally, head to the Venetian bridge, constructed in the 16th century in the traditional stone masonry of the time.

    Travel toward Paphos forest for a glimpse into one of the most coveted religious sites in Cyprus. Set high atop a mountain peak is 11th-century Kykkos Monastery , a popular tourist destination and home to a significant icon of the Virgin Mary painted by St. Luke. Afterward, step into the Museum of Kykkos Monastery that holds a collection of valuable religious artifacts. At the tourist pavilion , it’s time to shop, grab a bite or relax with a coffee. End the day at Throni Tis Panayias (Throne of Virgin Mary), the tomb of Archbishop Makarios III, the president of Cyprus in 1959.

    What we love:
    • The monastery of Agios Ioannis Lampadistis and Theoskepasti Chapel are part of a series of 10 churches and monasteries that make up the UNESCO World Heritage site of Painted Churches in the Troodos Region.
    • Your complimentary 1-day entry to your hotel’s myrianthousa spa offers a variety of ways to relax. Soak in the sulphur-spring water that’s said to have natural healing properties.
    • Typical cuisine in Cyprus includes mezedes. Similar to Spanish tapas, it features small plates filled with traditional food such as dips, cheeses, meats, vegetables and more!
  • Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Game

    Dallas, Texas, United States
    3 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Culinary

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Sporting Events

    Attend one of the country’s premier sporting events this Thanksgiving holiday. Kick off the fun with a pre-game tailgate party and dig into a buffet dinner and open bar. Afterwards, cheer from your 400-level sideline seats at the Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Chargers Thanksgiving game at AT&T Stadium, a traditional football match that pits 2 of the nation’s most prominent professional teams against each other.

    The following day, sit down to a delicious Thanksgiving-style dinner, including a fascinating Q&A session with former National Football League (NFL) players. Enjoy a day to explore the city as you please — consider taking in top sites, such as the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dealey Plaza and Klyde Warren Park. Or, hop across the Trinity River to get a full view of what’s widely considered one of the most striking skylines in the nation.

    What we love:
    • In 2016, the Dallas Cowboys set a record for the most-watched regular season game, averaging 35.1 million viewers.
    • Besides being situated just minutes away from multiple world-class art museums, the hotel itself is home to a fine art collection of more than 1,000 pieces.
    • AT&T Stadium boasts one of the biggest high-definition video displays in the world, measuring 72 feet (22 meters) high and 161 feet (49 meters) wide — even larger than a basketball court.

  • Delight in Fukuoka & Beppu Treasures

    Fukuoka-Shi, Fukuoka, Japan
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Experience the welcoming, modern appeal of Fukuoka and the natural beauty of Beppu during this DreamTrip getaway to Japan’s southern island, Kyushu. Venture to Hakata, an ancient city within Fukuoka that is famed for producing traditional Japanese Hakata dolls for 400 years. Visit Hakata Doll Shop Shogetsudo, which is full of these colorful clay figurines, and participate in a doll-painting class. Explore the beautiful Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine, then transfer to the southeastern coastal town of Beppu, a popular hot-springs spa destination.

    In Beppu, stop at 3 of the 8 boiling springs sources that, together, make up Hells of Beppu: Chinoike-Jigoku (Blood Pond Hell), Umi-Jigoku (Sea Hell) and Yama-Jigoku (Mountain Hell). Escape the hot steam to Lake Kinrin, an area of lush forests and hills, and then travel to Mt. Aso’s Daikanbo Peak for spectacular mountain and valley views. Back in Fukuoka, use your leisure time to enjoy all the city has to offer. Visitors to this region are drawn to its soft-sand beaches, modern malls and historic temples, as well as attractions such as Karatsu Castle and Ohori Park.

    What we love:
    • Great for souvenirs, Hakata dolls are easily recognizable figurines that depict kimono-clad women, samurai warriors, playful children and more.
    • The Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine was built on the burial site of the deified spirit of Sugawara Michizane, the god of calligraphy and literature.
    • The Hells of Beppu, consisting of 8 hot springs, is designated a national “Place of Scenic Beauty” by the Japanese government.

  • Delight in Jeju’s Natural Splendor

    Jeju, Jeju, South Korea
    4 Nights

    About Your Trip

    • Arts & Culture

    • Platinum Experiences

    • Points of Interest

    Your South Korean adventure begins with a tour of eastern Jeju Island — the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula. Marvel at Seongsan Ilchulbong, a stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, then take in the cultural highlights of Seongeup Folk Village. Visit Dahiyeon Garden, a green tea farm (also known as Daheeyeon), and stroll the lush gardens before heading to Ilchul Land, home of a picture-perfect landscape that includes caves, lakes and parks.

    The following day, tour the western part of the island, starting at Dokkaebi Road — known as “Mysterious Road” — a magnetic hill where objects appear to defy gravity. At Geumneung Seokbul-won (“Stone Garden”), observe the many intriguing stone sculptures, then transfer to the sanctuary of Spirited Garden for some relaxation. Afterward, see the majestic waterfalls at Cheonjiyeon and the spectacular rugged cliffs at Jusangjeolli.

    What we love:
    • The Seongsan Ilchulbong, also known as Sunrise Peak, was created when an underwater volcano erupted more than 5,000 years ago.
    • According to Cheonjiyeon Waterfall legend, 7 fairies once came down from the King of Heaven’s realm on a stairway made of clouds to bathe in the cool, clear waters.
    • The magic of Mysterious Road is the result of an optical illusion that makes a downward slope appear to be going uphill.