As the 2009 hurricane season enters its peak period of August through October, CheapCaribbean.com is including hurricane and weather protection plans in every reservation. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently lowered its forecast for the 2009 season, based on low hurricane activity so far, with no named storms yet this year, a first since 1993. The season officially started on June 1 and ends on Nov. 30. "The good news for customers planning a fall Caribbean vacation is that this year's hurricane season is looking to be a mild one," said CheapCaribbean.com founder and beach expert, "Caribbean Jim" Hobbs. "But the weather can change unexpectedly, and that is why CheapCaribbean.com provides weather protection plans with every reservation, at no extra charge to our customers."
CheapCaribbean.com's "Free Your Mind" savings program includes Trip Mate Hurricane and Weather Insurance and an SPF 100 Sunshine Protection Plan in every vacation package. With Trip Mate Hurricane and Weather Insurance, customers may receive a full reimbursement for the unused portion of the vacation, or re-schedule for no penalty if inclement weather cancels or interrupts their travel plans. The SPF 100 Sunshine Protection Plan gives customers a $100 coupon for future travel booked on CheapCaribbean.com if it rains at any time during the customer's vacation.
CheapCaribbean.com, Inc. is the highest-ranked website in the United States dedicated to travel to the Caribbean and Mexico. With over 120 employees, the company provides luxury vacation packages and resort accommodations to over 150,000 customers each year. Founded nearly a decade ago by Hobbs, CheapCaribbean.com offers technology such as CheapFinder, which assures consumers receive the best price for a vacation package and searches around your selected travel dates for the most affordable time to travel. For more details on protection plans and other features of the "Free Your Mind" program, visit www.cheapcaribbean.com/attractions.jsp?attID=125. For more information, visit www.cheapcaribbean.com.
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