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For all departures in November and December 2020, get a free upgrade to a Vista Suite when you choose a Premium Room at the Hotel Parador in Manuel Antonio.

This Mediterranean-style hotel is spread across five hectares of gardens and private rainforest, located on the densely-forested Punta Quepos peninsula, with stunning views across the Pacific Ocean. The hotel has three swimming pools, tennis courts, spa, several restaurants and a bar. Located in an exclusive adults-only complex with a separate infinity pool and tapas bar, the Vista Suites feature private terraces with a hot tub overlooking the rainforest and ocean. The suites are beautifully decorated with local paintings, and include a spacious living area and expansive bathroom with two granite sinks, bathrobes and a separate bathtub and shower.

This offer is subject to availability. Ask us for more details.

From dense jungle and soaring peaks to ancient archaeological sites and colonial cities, Central and South America boast a variety of destinations that appeal to many walks of life. Depending on your interests you might prefer to relax on a rainforest-fringed beach or visit a traditional community in a remote location. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of our top picks for 2020.    

There are many factors to consider when travelling to the Galapagos Islands. You can go land-based and stay in a hotel on Isabela or one of the other islands, or you can choose from numerous yachts, catamarans and larger vessels. Whilst these are both fantastic options, in order to reach the most remote parts of the archipelago, a cruise is essential. One question we often get asked is whether passengers are likely to get seasick, and which types of boat are more likely to cause it. In short, this shouldn’t keep you from taking the trip of a lifetime. Keep reading for some Galapagos seasickness FAQs and top tips.