Karisma Kicks Back $500 Deals & Discounts on August Bookings

by Maria Lisella

Agents acting fast on travel to Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic can score as much as 54% off and $500 in resort credits and room upgrades for clients who know how to plan ahead.

To qualify, bookings must be made through Travel Impressions and received Aug. 1 to 31 with travel completed by Dec. 22, 2018. The Karisma group dubs itself as “Gourmet Inclusive” properties, or as à la carte hotels, all-inclusive resorts or private villas.

Participating resorts include Azul Beach Resort Negril by Karisma on Jamaica’s world-famous Seven Mile Beach and the Dominican Republic’s Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana, where family-friendly offerings are enhanced with sophisticated touches for discerning adults.

The promotion also features Hidden Beach Resort, the only five-star, adults-only “Au Naturel” resort in Riviera Maya as well as the following El Dorado, Azul Beach Resort and Generations properties throughout Mexico.

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