Posted on January 25th, 2012

Delta Air Lines’ 2012 Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America Travel Guide



Posted on January 25th, 2012

Welcome Letter

Welcome to our first ever Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America Travel Guide. We are excited to bring you, in cooperation with Recommend magazine, an information-packed reference guide to one of the most exciting and amazing regions in the world.



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Posted on January 25th, 2012

Delta Air Lines Deepens Ties to Latin America

Delta Air Lines has grown its presence in Latin America by more than 40 percent since 2005. And, with nine strategic hubs, including New York-JFK, Atlanta and Detroit that connect Latin America with the rest of the world, Delta is poised to become the best U.S. carrier in the region.



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Posted on January 25th, 2012

The Caribbean, Bahamas & Bermuda

When most people think of paradise, the image in their minds is of the Caribbean, with a deserted beach in the sun, peppered with palm trees swaying in the breeze and a characteristic frozen drink—perhaps the Caribbean-born piña colada—in hand.



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Antigua

Antigua’s ambiance is one part Caribbean comfort, one part British elegance, with its history deeply rooted in British colonialism.



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Aruba

Aruba’s capital of Oranjestad is one of the Caribbean’s most modern cities, peppered with upscale boutiques, hip restaurants and plenty of exciting nightlife.



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Nassau, Bahamas

The capital of The Bahamas is also home to its most historic sites. Rawson Square, sitting across from the cruise dock at Prince George Wharf, welcomes visitors to the city with tropical foliage, a fountain, and a bust of the first Bahamian Governor General, Sir Milo Butler.



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Freeport, Bahamas

Though visitors fly into the small town of Freeport, the most prominent part of Grand Bahama Island is the Grand Lucayan resort.



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Exuma, Bahamas

The Exuma Islands of The Bahamas epitomize the “deserted island” ideal. A string of cays and islands—365 in total, one for every day of the year—they’re known for their beautiful beaches and the breezy attitude of their locals.



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Posted on January 25th, 2012

Bermuda

Posh is the word for this island set north of the Caribbean, closer to the coast of North Carolina than to its island neighbors to the south. You’ll feel the English influence strongly here, especially in its capital city of Hamilton, home to a wealth of 19th century buildings built by colonists from England.



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