Smart Travel & Incentives Reviews Several Destinations

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Smart Travel & Incentives offers premium travel and vacation packages at amazing affordable rates.  To help you make your dream come true, Smart Travel & Incentives also offers travel reviews, guides and articles about vacation destinations.  In addition to Smart Travel & Incentives Reviews, they are also interested in eco-tourism and green vacations and offers articles and tips about eco-friendly vacations.  Here at Smart Travel & Incentives, we take pride in being able to assist you with planning your dream vacation and Smart Travel & Incentives Destinations are amazing and we hope to assist you by making your dreams come true. Lahaina, Maui (Hawaii)

As far as beach vacations go, it doesn’t get any better than a trip to Hawaii, if you can manage to cough up the airfare. Maui is an exceptional island that combines the laid-back surfer lifestyle with all the modern amenities. Almost any beach you’ll stumble upon has crystal clear water and great snorkeling, but if you’re looking for something a little drier, check out the Maui Ocean Center. There, visitors can see spectacular live coral displays (the largest collection in the nation), enjoy playful swimming displays by Hawaii’s beloved green sea turtles, awe at close encounters with sharks, rays and more – while learning about Hawaii’s natural history and cultural heritage.

Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri

Lake of the Ozarks is a reservoir that serves as a paradise for fishing enthusiasts with large mouth bass, walleye, and bluegill populating the lake year-round across over 1,150 miles of shoreline. Local fishing guides are available to take visitors directly to the “hot spots,” and provide tackle and bait.

Los Angeles, California

Get a feel for the local scene by taking a stroll down Venice Beach Boardwalk, and if you’d rather get another perspective on the beach, start at Santa Monica Pier and ride the giant Ferris wheel. After some time at the beach, head to Hollywood Boulevard and the Forecourt of the Stars at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre to measure your hands and feet against the hand prints and footprints of Hollywood’s legendary actors. Walk along the Hollywood Walk of Fame and stop to take a picture with the Hollywood sign behind you in the hills. If you know when you’ll be heading out west, try to attend a taping of your favorite game show, talk show or sitcom — tickets are always free. If you’re looking for learning activities for the whole family, check out the California Science Center or Getty Museum. Admission is free for both but parking will cost you a few bucks. The view from the Getty hilltop fortress alone is worth the drive.

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

The metro area surrounding the Mississippi River (known as the Twin Cities) has quietly become one of the country’s best hubs for the arts. There are more theater seats here per capita than in any U.S. city besides New York, and the music scene boasts diverse genres from punk to folk to hip-hop. You will also want to check out both the St. Paul Cathedral and the Basilica of St. Mary located in Minneapolis; both were built during the great rivalry these two cities had during the early part of the 20th century. And don’t leave the Twin Cities without taking advantage of the many parks and lakes in the region. Being part of both the state and city slogan, the numerous lakes offer tourists plenty of chances to get outside for a day of fishing and boating.

 

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