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If you love beaches then Antigua
is your dream destination. With 365 different
beaches, there's one for every day of the year.
gentle plains and low rolling hills are dotted
with old mills that used to service the sugar
scenery changes quite suddenly as you travel around.
The roads will lead you through mango and pineapple
groves and on into a tropical, semi-parched landscape
before plunging you into lush rainforest.
is a generally flat island renowned for its many
white sand beaches; its tropical climate is moderated
by constant trade winds from the Atlantic Ocean;
the temperature is almost constant at about 27
degrees Celsius (81 degrees Fahrenheit). Tourism
is the mainstay in Aruba,
with offshore banking,oil refining and storage
also being important industries.
is the most eastern island in the Caribbean, and
is a tiny dot on most world maps. Barbados
has much to offer its visitors in terms of water
sports and beach activities. This picturesque
island is rich in scenic beauty. Barbados
sightseeing is a photographer's dream come true
with an abundance of natural wonders, breathtaking
scenic views, gorgeous gardens and miles of white,
River meanders through the middle of the city;
and twice a day, the city's swing bridge closes
for about 20 minutes to allow sail boats to pass.
The cruise tourism industry has changed the face
of downtown Fort George on the north side of the
river. This area, already distinctive for its
colonial architecture, now is also the bustling
center for tour guides, craft persons & other
vendors who have set up in the area around a picturesque
Known for its beautiful Caribbean beaches, friendly
people and exquisite colonial buildings, Cartagena
should be on everyone’s itinerary when visiting
The old town of Cartagena is walled by an old
Spanish fort. Abundant monasteries, churches,
plazas and palaces are scattered throughout the
city, creating a wonderful place to explore part
Beginning where the Mayan Riviera ends, the Costa
Maya stretches along the coastlinedown
to Belize. Highway 307 veers away from the coast
when it gets to Felipe Carrillo Puerto you are
more than 50km away from the coast. Driving along
dirt roads one can cruise the coastline, the roads
are not well maintained. The Costa
Maya is the last remaining section
of coastal properties yet to be exploited &
there are acres of coastal land with absolutely
Rica is an absolute paradise
in matters of beaches. The coastline has a length
of over 1800 km with a never-ending variety of
beaches for any possible taste. There are rocky
and stony beaches, sandy beaches with white, gray,
bluish black, tan, and pink colored sand. From
Playa Avellanas to Playa Vuelta del Sur, and any
name in between, from the Pacific to the Atlantic
/ Caribbean, Costa
Rica offers an almost infinite
number of beaches for tourist enjoyment.
is one of the five islands of the Netherlands
Antilles in the Caribbean. It is located 40 miles
off the coast of Venezuela, 42 miles east of Aruba,
and 30 miles west of Bonaire. Curacao
is the largest of the five islands and the government
of the Netherlands Antilles is located here. Curacao
is an island with many small and beautiful beaches
surrounded by clear and refreshing water.
surges from the sea with soaring peaks that seem
to be courting the heavens. Virgin flora covers
these dramatic mountains, creating swaths of verdant
landscapes. The residue of the fiery forces that
created the island thousands of years ago, as
part of the Caribbean Ring of Fire, bellows in
several hot springs, valleys of steaming earth,
and a boiling lake which is the second largest
in the world. Along with geothermal wonders come
natural coolants: hundreds of pristine rivers
and streams web the island's lush terrain. Pure
rainwater sets brooks and cascades into motion
by rushing down picturesque cliffs.
Stingray City in Grand
Cayman allows swimmers, snorkelers,
and divers to swim and feed stingrays. Stingray
City, located a short boat ride from the northern
end of Grand
Cayman, is a series of shallow
sand bars where sting rays are found in abundance
and visitors can feed, pet, and interact with
the animals. The southern stingrays can grow to
large sizes (100cm or more in span) and are quite
accustomed to being handled and fed.
is a rolling, mountainous island, covered with
fragrant spice trees and rare tropical flowers.
Bordered by stunning beaches, and dotted with
picturesque towns, this verdant island has long
been a major source of nutmeg, cloves, ginger,
cinnamon, and cocoa. In the interior of this volcanic
island are cascading rivers and waterfalls, lush
rainforests, and one of the most breathtakingly
beautiful mountain lakes imaginable.