Pleasant Holidays Expands Caribbean Portfolio to 23 Islands, 182 Resorts

Pleasant Holidays released its 2012/2013 Caribbean brochure expanding its portfolio to 23 islands and 182 resorts, offering travel agents and their customers a very comprehensive Caribbean product line.

New destinations include Martinique as well as St. Vincent and The Grenadines located in the Eastern Caribbean featuring extraordinary beaches, turquoise waters and beachfront resorts.

Pleasant Holidays also expanded its Caribbean activities, offering romantic cruises, sport fishing, zipline adventures and more in Jamaica, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia, Aruba, Puerto Rico and Antigua.

The 2012/2013 Caribbean brochure features 73 All-Inclusive, Luxury Included, Adults-Only, Unlimited-Luxury and Endless Privileges resorts offering wellness, romance, serenity, gourmet cuisine, full-service concierge and butler services.

In addition, Pleasant Holidays offers Caribbean villa vacations at luxury villas on 15 islands including 24-hour butler service and private chefs, ideal for large families and honeymoon vacations.

The brochure highlights destination weddings, vow renewals and honeymoon vacations. Many Caribbean resorts offer complimentary weddings, free room nights, upgrades or reduced rates for the bride and groom. Pleasant Holidays’ Wedding Travel Specialists can assist agents with wedding and honeymoon travel. Services include a toll-free wedding hotline at 800-818-9080, flexible travel options, luxurious couple’s spa treatments, floral arrangements and more.

Agents may order Pleasant Holidays’ 2012/2013 Caribbean Brochure online at, by e-mailing [email protected], or by calling the automated brochure ordering system at 800 448-3333.



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