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Luxury Caribbean Beach Villa Vacation Now Affordable

SYS-CON AUSTRALIA: "The economy has most Americans cutting back, but one activity that has not been cut from the budget is a vacation. The Travel Industry Association of America reports that Americans are still on the move -- but they are looking for the best possible deals. Discerning travelers looking for a winter escape can take advantage of a get-acquainted offer at La Perla del Caribe Resort a private beachfront villa enclave located on the sought-after island of Ambergris Caye in Belize. Belize has emerged as a choice destination for celebrities -- Leonardo Di Caprio purchased an island near Ambergris Caye and Francis Ford Coppola frequents the country too."

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