Turks and Caicos
Though they had a small amount of storm damage, the Turks and Caicos are back up and running, and some of the nicest resorts on the islands are offering steep discounts. The four-and-a-half-star Windsong Resort, where rooms usually go for upwards of $700 a night, is offering 45% off this fall. Or you can peep the water from your balcony at the Royal West Indies Resort where rooms are $60 cheaper than usual. Finally, the Regent Grand at Grace Bay gives you access to one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, with rates floating around $300 a night when they’re usually $500.
Cruise lines aren’t skimping on deals either. The best among them is Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Spooktacular Splash, offering $1,000 in credits to blow onboard for all 2017 Caribbean sailings. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Book an ocean-view, balcony, or mini-suite and you can choose two free onboard amenities: an unlimited open bar, free specialty dining packages, $50 towards shore excursions in each port, 250 minutes of free Wi-Fi, or free third and fourth guests.
Not to be outdone, Royal Caribbean is offering packages out of Port Canaveral in Central Florida with Universal Orlando. These include hotel, park-to-park admission to all three Universal parks, hotels at Universal, and transfers from the airport, port, and parks.