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Almond Resorts Offers Guests Exclusive Caribbean Vacation Package Deals This Summer

St. Lucia, CaribbeanImage by RickC via Flickr
PRWEB "Almond Resorts, Barbados and St. Lucia (Vocus/PRWEB ) June 9, 2010 -- Almond Resorts presents two exciting Caribbean vacation package deals this summer. Guests can head to St. Lucia with the “Go Bananas” Sale or “Spring to Barbados” for an all inclusive Caribbean family vacation.

Guests will surely Go Bananas when they book from now to September 27, 2010 and travel June 1 – December 20, 2010. This Caribbean vacation package deal includes unlimited food, drink, and exciting outdoor activities.
Almond Resorts will feature added value inclusions when guests travel from June 1-September 27, 2010. These include:

Up to 2 children under 17 free
Complimentary babysitting for parents who want to go out for a special dinner-one time only
Kids banana drink making session
St. Lucia traveler’s discount card and coupon booklet
St. Lucian souvenir for the kids
Kids Educational Day-Become a legend of St. Lucia with a 2-hour session hosted once a week on a set day at Pigeon Island and will include tour of park. SLTB will provide transportation from all hotels
One complimentary excursion for 1 child under 17 when accompanied by two parents"
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