Club Peace & Plenty on Exuma in the Bahamas will cover the cost of up to four new passports (two adults and two children) for guests booking four or more nights by Dec. 31 for travel through Jan. 2, 2008. Guests must show a receipt for the new passports in order to receive reimbursement from Peace & Plenty. Refunds apply only to the cost of the document; shipping and handling charges will not be covered. Barry Benjamin, vice president of sales and marketing for the family-owned resort, estimated that more than 85% of Peace & Plenty's business is from the U.S. "Many of our repeat guests do not have U.S. passports. We're doing this reimbursement program for them so they are not caught unawares," he said. For details, call (800) 525-2210.
Karen for Caribbean-On-Line.com