February is here, and snow is falling down upon us along with the low temperatures. How about a ski trip to Breckenridge or Copper Mountain Colorado? Or if you are on the East Coast, how about Mt. Snow, Vermont or Beech Mountain, North Carolina? Rentalo has many properties to choose from in these cold, snowy, beautiful locations. Here are some options 4 U:
For some folks, February sounds like a good time to hit the beach! The Beach in February? Sure. Check out some of the current temperatures in Southwest Florida… Captiva Island & Sanibel, 72 degrees & sunny, Marco island 74 degrees and sunny, Anna Maria Island, 71 degrees and sunny, Siesta Key, 72 degrees and sunny, get the idea? Rentalo has loads of wonderful properties to choose from in SW Florida. Check out these top beach destinations in southwest Florida:
Any of these locations can definitely be a great spot for your February beach vacation. Now, let’s take it a bit further, shall we? Have you ever thought of traveling to the Caribbean, and not necessarily in a cruise ship to find your own Island in the Sun? Let Rentalo do the work for you. Have you ever heard of Isabela, Puerto Rico, or Montego Bay, Jamaica, of Flamingo Beach in Costa Rica? These are some of the unspoiled and unhurried areas that are worth experiencing because they are completely different from the often touristic spots in big cities.
Take Isabela Puerto Rico for example, where the 2010 World Surfing Championships were just held in December. Here you will find a small town, unhurried, with a feeling of a small community that takes its fishing, surfing, and beaches seriously. If you would like a little adventure for the family, you can visit Shacks beach, where the wind surfing is always excellent. Also at Shacks you will find the Blue Hole, where you can snorkel in crystal clear Caribbean waters. You may also want to check Jobos Beach in Isabela, where the protected cove is wonderful for swimming with the entire family, and with a superb world class surfing area nearby. Feeling hungry? Also at Jobos, you can have a delicious lunch such as grilled shark on a stick and some ice cold coconut water. The great thing about Isabela or Puerto Rico in general, is that almost everyone speaks or understands English, and you don’t need a passport, since P.R. is considered part the US.
Are you convinced yet? If you want to get out of the cold, take a drive down to SW Florida, or take a 2 hour flight to Puerto Rico. You can use many of the air carriers that fly right into Aguadilla, which is located 15 minutes from Isabela and 35 minutes from Rincon. By the way, don’t forget to bring your sandals and leave your snow boots at home!