US State Department Updates Travel Advisory System – Mexico Tourist Zones Safe For Travel

  AM Resorts recently issued this statement advising us of the US State Departments latest clarification of their travel advisories for Mexico. The US Department of state now explicitly lists no travel restrictions for Mexico’s most popular tourist areas. However, it’s quite sad that we will likely not hear anything about this on the news![…]

Be All Inclusive Takes Home 3 Top Awards at GIVC

Be All Inclusive Recognized by Karisma Hotels & Resorts Karisma Hotels & Resorts recently hosted their 10th Annual Gourmet Inclusive Vacation Consultants (GIVC) awards ceremony where the company celebrated their top-producing travel agents. This three-day event culminated in an awards gala that our team was fortunate enough to attend. Be All Inclusive was thrilled to[…]

Nickelodeon Resort Riviera Maya – Coming December 2018

Following the success of Nickelodeon Resort Punta Cana, Karisma Hotels and the Nickelodeon brand have taken on a new hotel project with Nickelodeon Riviera Maya. Construction is already in full force just north of Generations Riviera Maya. Although details are still not finalized, we are anticipating this property to have 288 suites, a “Nickelodeon Place”[…]

The Santa Claus Project

We are very proud to have been able to help with “The Santa Claus Project” with our partners at Karisma Hotels and Resorts this year. The project collects presents, food and supplies and delivers them to orphanages and local communities in need in Mexico. Many of the communities do not even have electric or access[…]

Karisma to Open Three Hotels in the Dominican Republic

Among the new properties: El Dorado Cap Cana Karisma Hotels & Resorts recently hosted their 10th annual Gourmet Inclusive Vacation Consultants (GIVC) awards where the company announced their plans to open three resorts in the Cap Cana area of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. These resorts should open by 2019. 3 New Resorts The a $300[…]

Dominican Republic Tourist Card – No More!

  Great news from the Dominican Republic for travelers today! Starting January 1st, 2018, visitors to the country will have their $10 per person tourist card fee rolled into the airline ticket cost! President Medina issued executive order 430-17 which mandates incorporating the US $10 tourist card fee into the cost of airfare moving forward.[…]

The Caribbean – Hurricane Damage Update

In recent days, we’ve heard some people make comments that imply the entire Caribbean is destroyed as a result of the hurricane damage. We even saw a local wedding venue trying to capitalize on the situation by offering deals to couples who’s destination wedding plans were surely canceled as a result of the the recent[…]