There are certain things I rarely question in this world: My parents love me just the way I am, everything is better with food, a pet can give life meaning, and the early bird definitely gets the worm. You may wonder how I can be so certain about that last one, and it’s because as a child, I spent many a pre-dawn morning catching night crawlers with my brother. This somewhat gross act taught me that as soon as the sun peaked over the horrizon, the slithering worms would disappear back into the soil and leave the flocks of late birds out of luck.
Though this is a very literal example of the old adage, travel can be a lot like hunting for night crawlers—minus the early rising, rain boots, and digging around in soil. Once you see a deal you like, you have to pounce on it before it disappears. And right now, CheapCaribbean is offering the kind of deal that you just might miss if you blink.
Book before midnight ET on Wednesday, June 30, 2010, and you’ll get a room at an all-inclusive resort for less than $99 (without taxes and fees) per person per night for destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico, including the Dominican Republic, Riviera Maya, the Bahamas, and Antigua. Rooms start as low as $38 per person per night, and include the cost of food and drink. The deal is good for travel before December 16, and each booking comes with weather and hurricane insurance. Plus, you can get a $100 coupon on your next trip if it rains.
Don’t miss out on this deal, especially since prices are subject to availability and vary by property.
Are you planning a trip to a tropical locale? What things are you certain about in this world? Please leave a comment below.