Start Planning Your Future Vacation
Looking to the future, we will continue to provide you with travel inspiration from across the globe. And when you are ready, whether now for a local getaway to destress or at a later time when world travel reconvenes, we will be here for you. And if 2020 is on your radar, we feel that the current lenient cancellation policies, together with wide availability, will provide you the freedom to choose from a variety of ideal travel experiences. For those needing bit of distraction now, a visit to Montecito Village Travel is a good place to start.
Get new perspectives on Caribbean destinations with warm breezes and even warmer cultural synergies. Find your happy place at the Virgin Voyages home port of Miami before exploring the waterfalls of Puerto Plata. Discover ancient ruins in Costa Maya or lose yourself in the famous sunsets of Key West. From San Juan’s marine bioluminescence and the stunning coral reefs of Cozumel (a gateway to Mexico’s hotspots like Tulum and Playa del Carmen), to their private beach experience at Bimini, Bahamas, there’s a cruise destination and shore excursion for any ambition.
Get a Taste of the Good Life
A Michelin-starred chef collective creates incredible onboard dining experiences. The Virgin distinctive and delicious specialty eateries offer dishes designed to crush any craving. From steakhouses and Korean BBQ to drag brunches and an international food market, any and all eateries are on the house — with a bar in every specialty spot. With unique spaces and diverse options, Virgin Voyages ditched the one-big-dining-hall experience and said goodbye to buffets. Whether you’re craving a late-night snack from their noodle bar, a slice of pizza, or a burger at their 24/7 diner — your schedule doesn’t stop, so neither will theirs. World-class chefs like Brad Farmerie (of PUBLIC in NYC) and Sohui Kim (of The Good Fork and Insa in NYC) are a few of the names behind their incredible menus.
Explore Costa Maya
Yearning to see a new side of coastal Mexico? Costa Maya is a breathtaking start. Both Mahahual, a gorgeous beach with clear-to-the-bottom turquoise water, and Xcalak, a sleepy fishing village lined with wooden houses, make for experiences that feel as if you're the first to have found them. Cozumel is another top attraction as it has the second-largest barrier reef in the world. It is famous for its stunning coral reef formations and sea creatures. With the eclectic nightlife of Playa del Carmen just across the isle and effortlessly cool Tulum a stone's throw away, this port is a gateway to Mexico's best.
Once you have seen Costa Maya and Cozumel, head to Key West. A haven for artists, the only poetic rival to writers who called Key West home is the geography itself. Famous for its sunsets, find an apex of a cultural collision where Bohemian Conch, Cuban and African-American heritage combine to make the island's "One Human Family" philosophy a reality.