Thrillist's Dope Deal Rundown

Every week, Thrillist bravely wades through the murky depths of the internet to bring you only the most pristine travel-deal gems. From island getaways to cross-continental yacht trips, each deal has been hand-picked and vetted by our trusted editors to ensure that no matter which adventure you decide, it'll always be most excellent.

Anantara Phuket Villas

Sitting pretty just outside of the town of Phuket, and for only $245/nt, your villa affords you access to your own private pool, comped breakfast daily, plus kayaking, local cooking classes, & even elephant trekking. Protip: elephant trekking > cooking classes.

This deal's ending soon, grab it now!

Cocos Hotel

You could stay inside of a tent on Antigua and it'd be pretty phenomenal, but why do that when you can stay at the Cocos Hotel? Replete with outdoor showers & a hammock-equipped private balcony, you'll also get unlimited use of snorkeling & kayaking equipment, plus unlimited alcoholic beverages. It's kind of an easy choice.

Yes. Unlimited booze and food. What are you waiting for?!

8-day Tour of Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Jet off to super-exuberant Dubai and Abu Dhabi where you'll enjoy 4-star accommodations, an English-speaking guide, six comped breakfasts & 2 comped dinners, and possibly that annoying cat from Garfield who isn't Garfield. Oh yeah, your airfare is included!

There's only a few days left to scoop this one up

Kura Design Villas

Located amongst the mountains and untouched jungle-lined beaches of Costa Rica's Pacific coast in Uvita de Osa, Kura Villas is the premiere spot to stay if you're into saltwater pools and private beaches. And if you're in Costa Rica, you're definitely into that. Check out what we had to say about Kura right here!

This place is really amazing, make sure to check out all the deets...

Sandos Caracol Eco-Resort & Spa

Check this out: $349 gets you four nights, all your food and drink (alcohol included), transfer from airport to hotel, a deluxe room, AND unlimited tennis... for two people.

That was not a typo. For less than $350 you get a four night stay at a 4-star resort. See it here.