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Antilles (Netherland)
« Reply #30 on: June 17, 2012, 11:46:54 AM »

Antilles (Netherland)





Want something more than special? Take leave of everyday stress and escape to the tropical paradise of Antilles (Netherland). Positive emotions, active nightlife, excellent scenery, impressive hiking, diving and snorkeling opportunities, exciting nightlife, diamond beachfront resorts, intimate and secluded beaches, living coral reef and loads of attractions are waiting to be discovered. Whatever your interests, Antilles (Netherland) promises unique and magnificent travel experience.

The Netherland Antilles, once called the Dutch West Indies, is an autonomous region of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, composed of five main islands in the Caribbean each with its own culture and distinct set of attractions, geographically split into two distant groups: the Windward Islands, including Curacao and Bonaire located off the coast of Venezuela and characterized by coral reefs, and the volcanic and mountainous islands of Sint Maarten, Sint Eustatius and Saba of Leeward Islands, situated in the southeastern part of the British Virgin Islands. The Netherlands Antilles experiences a tropical climate, with pleasant, warm weather throughout the whole year. The Netherland Antilles is home to 225, 369 inhabitants (November 2008 estimate).

Curacao, the largest of the five islands, is famous for its rugged beautiful landscape, providing an endless bounty of fun adventures and its crystal-clear waters, teeming with multi-colored parrot fish, colorful butterfly-fish and silvery barracuda and many other habitats of underwater life. It's a diver's paradise offering over 60 diving locations where divers can discover the hidden treasures of the island. With its rich welcoming culture, top-notch beaches and interesting natural attractions Curacao is a real different vacation destination in the Caribbean.

Accommodations in Curacao include an all-inclusive resort, bungalows, hotels, vacation villas and villa resorts. Curacao Marriott Beach Resort & Emerald Casino is one of the best luxury hotels, centrally located on Piscadera Bay, Willemstad (Curacao's capital), capturing the best of old-Amsterdam charm and featuring endless white sandy beaches, lush tropical gardens, world-class dining options, 5 star PADI dive and water sports center and plenty of outdoor activities.

Beautiful Bonaire (288 sq km), surrounded by a spectacular pristine coral reef, is a haven for divers, scuba divers, snorkelers, windsurfers and sailors from all over the world. Bonaire is famous for its saltwater lakes, azure seas, and many attractions, including donkey sanctuary, great flocks of pink flamingoes and around 200 species of birds, like terns, hummingbirds and parakeets. The island is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Bonaire Marine Park, offering an astonishing variety of marine life. You can find several hotels and small resorts in Bonaire and a wide range of restaurants ready to feed you.

Saint Maarten, covering a small area of 37 sq km, provides vacationers the opportunity to enjoy three distinct cultures: the Dutch, the French and British. Here you will find many majestic beaches, and the most exciting nightlife in the Caribbean. Main attractions include swimming, surfing, parasailing, horseback ride and golf. Accommodations on the island range from small guesthouses to such megaresorts as Le Meridien L'Habitation and everything in between.

Go to the rocky volcanic island of Saba (pronounced "sayba"), which is the smallest of the five, boasting the Saba National Marine Park, less than 20 restaurants offering fine cuisine and loads of land and water attractions.

All five islands assure unforgettable experience full of adventures and activities! Visit and enjoy!

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Barbados
« Reply #31 on: June 17, 2012, 11:53:01 AM »

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Barbados

Long referred to as the West Indies, the stunning Caribbean boasts more than 7,000 islands; add to this a wealth of islets, cayes (small, low islands composed of coral and sand) and a few inhabited reefs, featuring turquoise waters and year-round sunshine, gorgeous sandy beaches, natural and man-made attractions and a blended mix of different cultures. Barbados is no exception. Though extremely small for a Caribbean island, Barbados has much to offer its visitors in terms of history, water sports and beach activities. Lazed back lifestyle, stunning natural beauty, spectacular beaches, buzzing nightlife, friendly people, relaxing atmosphere and a very warm welcome ... Such is Barbados, the most easterly and the most enchanting island in the Caribbean.

Located between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, about a hundred miles east of the Windward Islands, the pear-shaped island of Barbados covers a total are of 160 square miles. The geography of the island is unique in its own way, featuring lowlands or gently sloping terraces plains separated by rolling hills. The topography is marked with Limestone Lands, covering most of the island with five sub-regions (Flatlands-St Lucy, Uplands-Central, Terraces and Cliffs-West & South, Valleys-St. George & St. Philip, Dome-Christ Church) and the Scotland District located on the eastern side of the island. The highest point is Mount Hillaby, in the Scotland District, at 340 meters above sea level.

With warm Caribbean sunshine, mile-long exquisite beaches, sparkling aquamarine seas, pastoral landscapes, exotic hidden beauties, vibrant nightlife, charming villages, posh luxury resorts, and much more Barbados is a truly tropical paradise, ideal for travelers in search of fun, tranquility and relaxation. Holidays in Barbados are something different and more than adventurous. Many travelers to Barbados are really amazed by the number of attractions on this small island. They come to explore the hiking paths to historic plantation lands and rum distilleries, take part in party cruises, walk along long stretches of windswept beaches and experience the vibrant energy of Barbados.

Best known for its British-flavored heritage, the island simply teems with active culture and carefully documented history that will keep you as busy as you could ever hope to be. The beauty of this enticing island and the friendly people, known for their natural warmth and dignity, will surely make your Caribbean holiday a truly enjoyable and unique experience to be repeated over and over again. Barbados guarantees the ultimate in terms of variety and luxury!

The sophisticated West Coast offers superb hotels, excellent restaurants and spectacular beaches, one of the reasons people come to this majestic island. The west coast boasts ideal sailing conditions almost all year round, as well as a host of other water based activities, including scuba diving in the island's turquoise waters teeming with coral gardens and marine life with underwater visibility of 70 to 80 feet, perfect snorkeling at Folkstone Marine Park, and game fishing, one of the great ways to experience the island's ideal conditions and natural beauty. The East Coast which falls on the Atlantic side is also popular with beach attractions to suit you different needs. The beautiful coastline here is pounded by the surf making this part of the island suitable for surfing. The South Coast is the liveliest coast blessed with a wide range of attractions and recreation, including the capital Bridgetown, excellent waves for wind and kite surfing, buzzing nightlife and fantastic bars. Carlisle Bay, Sandy Beach, Dover Beach and Casuriana Beach in the south coast is where you can soak up in the sun listening to the lullabies of the ocean.

Barbados experiences a tropical pleasant weather and is determined by cool winds and comfortable nights. Rainfall here is very refreshing and sometimes it is even desired. June to October is the hurricane season. The dry season runs between January and June.

Bridgetown is the booming capital of the island and the only seaport with a population of nearly 97,000. It is one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean boasting attractive balconied colonial buildings and brash modern office blocks. This is a town of historic importance boasting several museums and art galleries with plenty to see. A 'must see' attraction in Bridgetown is the Sunbury Plantation House, a 300 year old landmark with a plethora of furniture exhibits, add to this an amazing collection of horse-drawn carriages. You must also see the famous Nidhe Israel synagogue, the oldest temple of the Jewish faith in the American continent. A most unusual Bridgetown attraction is the stunning Tyrol Cottage Heritage village where the arts and crafts will tell you the story of the island's conquerors and liberators. While in Bridgetown do not miss out the Atlantis Submarine, a unique experience to view the amazing underwater life in Barbados without getting wet.

Bridgetown is also home to a plethora of attractions, like Pelican Village, National Heroes Square, War Memorial and Fountain gardens, St. Mary's Anglican Church and much more, and the best way to explore the town is by foot. Here you will find shops, several fine dining options, banks and accommodations.

Barbados Things to do

Barbados offers a vast array of attractions and land/water oriented adventures, like surfing, helicopter tours, catamaran sailing, safaris, spelunking (exploring caves) and cruising, yet highly recommended are the 'must see' Seven Wonders:

    Harrison's Cave is one of them featuring a crystallized limestone cavern full of underground steams, pools and interesting stalactites and stalagmites that propagate the cave.
    The huge Baobab trees (Adansonia digitata, also known as 'Monkey-Breed tree' is another natural wonder you should see on your Caribbean vacation to Barbados. What is interesting about these trees is that they are estimated to be over one thousand years old reaching up to 18.5 meters and to give an example of its size, 15 adults joining with outstretched arms are needed to cover its circumstances.
    The virtually intact and massively restored Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill is one of the oldest mills in the region, located on a scenic mount in the beautiful north east of the island where you can learn about the island's archeological heritage and fascinating history of sugar production. So do not miss out the event of grinding of sugar canes that will result in absolutely delicious cane juice worth a drink.
    The plantation-style Historic Jacobean Mansions are an authentic part of Barbados historical development, left in the Western hemisphere. Built in the mid 17th century the two architectural delights of St. Nickolas Abbey in St. Peter and Drax Hall in St George are parts of the seven wonders of Barbados.
    Cannon Galore, world's rarest collection of 17th century English iron cannon.
    Grapefruit Tree (Citrus Paradise), that according to legend was first developed in Barbados in the beautiful Welchman hall Gully and was first recorded in the 18th century.
    Famous Bridgetown Jewish Synagogue called Shaare Tzedek features beautiful Gothic arches and is now a Barbados national trust protected building and an active synagogue.

Barbados Hotels and Resorts

Barbados offers everything for every traveler from scuba diving in the wondrous marine life teeming with colorful fish to swimming with turtles to wandering through meandering hills. Yet the most difficult thing about the island is choosing where to stay. Accommodation options vary dramatically in Barbados in terms of price, facilities and location from cozy guesthouse and small intimate hotels to all-inclusive luxury resorts and everything in between. Barbados hotels are the perfect choice for those tempted by spectacular white sand beaches, crystal clear pristine waters, luxury accommodations, fine dining options and a host of land and water adventures. And as far as Barbados is known for its British Heritage, the hotels here tend to maintain elements of tradition.

With views along a beautiful and virtually unspoiled beach Cobblers Cove Hotel is a luxury 'hideaway' in Barbados boasting character, charm and limitless calm. With courteous staff, tranquil ambience, elegantly appointed spacious rooms, lush tropical beauty and the highest level of service, Cobblers Cove Hotel remains one of the Caribbean's best love hotels. The property boasts 40 luxury suites to suit every guest's needs. All guestrooms are air-conditioned with a terrace or balcony, tea/coffee making facilities, cordless phone, in-room safe, sofa beds and rollaway beds, desk and trouser press. Cribs (infant bed) are also available upon request. Sports and recreation include swimming pool, water sports, golf and keep fit centre. In the award-winning open-air seafront Terrace Restaurant you can taste a large variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner menus prepared by trained cooks. The hotel offers wedding packages that includes marriage license and certificate, wedding cake, chilled bottle of champagne and location within the grounds of hotel. Cobblers Cove appeals to broad range of discerning guests who come to enjoy the fabulous food and the relaxed atmosphere.

Located in St. James, 35 minutes transfer from Grantley Adams International Airport, the stunning Sandy Lane Hotel is another famous property in the Caribbean that need no introduction, offering unparalleled level of luxury and top notching service you will experience from the moment you arrive. The hotel offers a 5 star alliance featuring 112 spacious and comfortable guest rooms equipped with Italian marble floors and with modern amenities and facilities. The hotel boasts 4 restaurants including (L'Acajou à la carte), 9 floodlit courts, elegantly designed swimming pool, a full-service spa, aerobic studio, fully equipped gym, Treehouse Club for children, meditation romm and beach refreshment service with non-motorized water related sports. From enjoying the 45 holes of fantastic golf designed by Tom Fazio to unwinding in the legendary Sandy Lane Spa to experiencing world-class traditional Caribbean cuisine, your days will be filled with fun and enjoyment. Sandy Lane Hotel is where you will get at least a sublime experience.

Located on the beautiful Maxwell Coast of the island, 20 minutes from the capital Bridgetown, the picturesque Bougainvillea Beach Resort offers an elegant setting ideal for family vacations and for those in search of quietude and tranquility. The award-winning stunning resort features 138 beautifully outfitted suites with elegant furnishings in crisp Caribbean colors, all with kitchen facilities offering breathtaking ocean, garden or pool views from the balconies. The resort's two restaurants, Lanterns by the Sea and the Italian Buoni Amici, feature contemporary Caribbean dishes with an emphasis of unique flavors and international flair. The resort also boasts a not-to-be-missed weekly entertainment package, including live bands, spectacular Floor Show on Thursday nights and the Caribbean buffet.

The resort's 400-meter beach of cream-colored sand offers unique waters sports opportunities, like kayaking, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, sea shell collecting, tubing, wakeboarding, kite surfing and banana boating. From the kid friendly playgrounds to spa treatments, nearby shops, vibrant nightlife, and a plethora of services to suit any need, the charming Bougainvillea has something for every family member.

Turtle Beach Resort
is a four-star all-inclusive getaway located along the island's south coast in the charming parish of Christ Church, offering a perfect family holiday. Situated on a glorious stretch of white sand beach, the Turtle Beach Resort earns its name from endangered sea turtles that come to the beach to nest from April to November, with hatchings into December. Accommodations in the resort come in sic categories and are ocean, pool view or garden view. All 161 guest rooms are newly designed with modern touches of vibrant Caribbean décor and are non-smoking featuring private balcony or patio, in-room service, flat screen TV with cable television, mini fridge, iPod docking station, clock radio, marble bathrooms with bath and/or shower, phone, and hair dryer. The resort also boasts excellent dining options where international cuisine is served. With an abundance of activities and unique facilities Turtle beach provides more than just an ideal island getaway.

The complete fun-filled holiday experience at Turtle Beach Resort simply begins with pearly beach stretching over 1,500 feet, 2 freshwater swimming pools, whirlpool and children's splash pool, 2 lit tennis courts, fully equipped fitness centre with air conditioning, aerobic and Aquacise, beach concierge service and complimentary duty-free shopping excursion to the capital Bridgetown. Complimentary non-motorized water sports, including boogie boarding, surfing, kayaking and Hobie Cat are also available.

Whether you are looking for Eco Holidays, Romance, Golf Holidays, Hiking Holidays, Heritage Holidays, Shopping packages, adventure or diving packages, Barbados has it all. Barbados is a dreamscape paradise where your holidays will be filled with smiling sunshine and a healthy dose of rest and relaxation. Keep in mind that a world of pleasure awaits you at this wonderful Caribbean 'hideaway'!

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British Virgin Islands
« Reply #32 on: June 17, 2012, 12:54:29 PM »

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British Virgin Islands

There are some places on earth that simply must be experienced to fully understand. British Virgin Islands is one of them. Home to amazing islands with lush mountainous terrain and sloping hills of green, crystal clear waters ideal for diving and snorkeling, picture perfect beaches contracting with striking cliffs, natural marine beauty with extensive coral reefs and famous shipwrecks, the British Virgin Islands has attracted millions of travelers from different parts of the globe. Being the yachting capital of the Caribbean, the island offers unique opportunities for excellent sailing, scuba diving, deep sea and salt flat fishing, swimming, snorkeling, kayaking and water-skiing, traditional surfing and windsurfing and much more. In short, the British Virgin Islands is a vacation paradise.

With a population of around 29,000, the British Virgin Islands (BVI), an archipelago of 60 islands and uninhabited cays, dazzle vacationers in search of a true Caribbean experience. Part of the Virgin Islands archipelago, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, the British Virgin Islands is a British overseas territory situated to the east of Puerto Rico. The weather is constant in the BVI all year-round with no significant seasonal changes. The temperature ranges between 26℃ -21℃ during summer with little variation in winter 22℃ -28℃. The wettest months are from September to December.

Tortola, also known as the 'land of turtle doves' or 'chocolate city' is by far the largest and busiest of the British Virgins, boasting old buildings, beautiful botanical gardens, world-famous beaches ideal for snorkeling and much more. Home to Road Town, the nation's capital, Tortola is also one of the major shopping hubs of the island, offering a variety of Caribbean handicrafts, island-made jewelry, spices and resort wear. The cuisine of Tortola reflects the island's rich cultural mix with local delicacies such as fresh lobster, spicy goat, and conch. Here the people are friend and welcoming known for their warmth and hospitality.

Anegada (meaning 'sunken island') is an island of coral sand, located on the northernmost section of the BVI. Nearly 250 people live in this tiny island, none of whom has found the legendary treasure in the notorious Horseshoe Reef where there are more than 500 wrecks. In this remote corner of the Caribbean you can indulge in unlimited water related activities and explore the island by walking the miles of deserted beaches. The island boasts two massive salt ponds and the largest flock of flamingos in the territory. The island is a scuba diver's and snorkeler's paradise featuring fantastic reefs with a maze of tunnels, drops and caves teeming with marine life.

Virgin Gorda-where paradise awaits! When Christopher Columbus first saw the dramatically shaped island, that reminded him of a reclining woman, he decided to name it Virgin Gorda, meaning 'Fat Virgin'. Boasting fantastic yacht clubs, luxury resorts and safe anchorages, Virgin Gorda, the third largest island of the BVI, offers relaxation in a spectacularly beautiful environment. In this slice of paradise travelers are drawn by its deserted pristine beaches, like Pond Bay, Devil's Bay ad Spring Bay, mysterious grottos created by giant granite boulders, and the variety of unique plants and exotic birds in the parks. Here you will discover the island's African and Indian Heritage, experience the exquisite cuisine, take part in the vibrant nightlife and explore the host of shops featuring local arts, gifts and souvenirs.

From snorkeling in the Treasure Point Caves, a sea-level collection of caverns to tasting the delicious cocktails at the well-known bars of Jost Van dyke to simply walking along one of the gorgeous beaches your vacations will be filled with fun and relaxation!

British Virgin Islands Resorts

Composed of 60 lovely pristine islands, of which only 16 are inhabited, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) guarantees fun-filled holidays, featuring a variety of attractions combined with a plethora of land and water adventures to keep you busy and entertained during your stay. There is also a wide range of accommodation options in the BVI from simple guesthouses and small hotels to private villas and luxury all inclusive resorts to suit any taste and budget. The resorts you will find on the island are ideal for singles, business travelers, families with kids and those in search of romantic hideaway.

Located on the tropical paradise of Tortola and nestled among verdant hills overlooking its mile-long white sand beach the picturesque Long Bay Beach Resort & Villas is a casually elegant plantation-style full service deluxe resort featuring a wide variety of accommodations styles with memorable views of the Caribbean Sea. The 156 spacious guestrooms and villas in two- and three-story buildings are well appointed and elegantly designed boasting private balconies, air conditioning, cable TV, refrigerator, wet bar, in-room safe, direct dial phone, coffee making facility and more. In the property you can find two cascading swimming pools and poolside bar, fine dining options featuring gourmet Continental and Caribbean cuisine, a grocery store, a gift shop, spa, steam room, fully equipped gym, three tennis courts. Conference facilities are also available. Recreation activities are for everyone, including diving, sailing and spa indulgences, as well as horse riding (rental), hiking/biking, windsurfing, boogie boarding, fishing and helicopter tours. Stay in this stunning resort and you will surely forget about the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Peter Island Resort & Spa is another unique hideaway in the island of Tortola and the largest and most luxurious of the archipelago's private-island resorts offering the ultimate in elegance and service. The resort's 52 spacious rooms, designed with a casual elegance, face either the Sprat Bay and Sir Francis Drake Channel or the Deadman's Bay Beach and lush gardens; featuring the utmost amenities and facilities to make your stay more than comfortable. Imagine a place where you are surrounded with majestic vistas painted by the sun and sky, lush greenery, quietude and tranquility. Treat yourself at Peter Island Resort where recreation combines leisure, relaxation, romance and adventure. Guests will enjoy a host of water sports including swimming, snorkeling, sailing and kayaking, as well as land activities like tennis, biking, golf courfses and more. From exceptional cuisine offered in open-air restaurants to amazing spa treatments to hiking trails you'll experience the character of the locals and the island itself. Head to Peter Island Resort & Spa and your every need will be tended to and every worry will disappear with warm welcoming hospitality of the staff.

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« Reply #33 on: June 17, 2012, 01:03:13 PM »

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Welcome to the exotic Cape Verde Islands floating in the wilds of the Atlantic Ocean! With long, bone-white sand beaches, magnificent mountain ranges, lush interior with breathtakingly beautiful scenery, a unique blend of African, Portuguese and Creole cultures, old colonial buildings, crystal clear warm sea with cool breezes offering good conditions for water sports, including great scuba diving, surfing, kite surfing and marlin fishing, Cape Verde Islands are an ideal destination to spend a vacation you will remember forever. Holidays in Cape Verde are something special and more than adventurous as each island is dramatically different with its own appeal offering tropical greenery and desert-like landscapes with still soaring volcanoes. The island experiences wonderful weather all year round and there is no 'the best' time to visit the islands.

Officially known as the Republic of Cape Verde (Republica de Cabo Verde in Portuguese), the island country of Cape Verde is an archipelago of volcanic origin, comprising ten islands and five islets divided into the Windward (Barlavento) group with Santo Antao, Sao Vicente, Sao Nicolao, Boa Vista, Sal, Santa Luzia, Branco and Razo, and the Leeward (Sotavento) group with Maio, Santiago, Fogo and Brava. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, some 350 miles off the northwest coast of Africa the island has a total surface area of approximately 4.000 sq km. The highest peak is Pico do Cano, an active volcano, situated on Fogo. The island was discovered by the Portuguese in 1456.

With a surface of 991 sq km, Santiago is the largest island of the archipelago boasting predominantly green and mountainous interior perfect for hiking and palm-fringed white sandy beaches, where you can relax and sunbathe. For travelers short on time, a circular tour can be completed in just a day. Santiago has it all, offering something for everyone.

The northernmost Santo Antao is the second largest island featuring rugged peaks and deep verdant valleys, lush forests and endemic brush vegetation. Known as the 'Island of the Mountains' the island offers fine hiking opportunities and spectacular drives along coastal roads promising stunning views. The highest point is Tope de Coroa at 1,979 meters. In Santo Antao do not miss out to visit the village of Fontainhas, perched on the edge of a rock above a deep Ribera with unique houses lining the street.

Boa Vista is the third largest island with an area of 620 sq km, known as the Island of Dunes and Beaches. This desert island is home to miles of sand dunes, with one or two oases. It is the largest centre of reproduction for eastern Atlantic Caretta turtle and the resting place for the sole colony of the Rabil bird. Here you will also find a variety of accommodation options, from self-catering apartments to all-inclusive luxury hotels.

Built on cliffs overlooking a bay, Praia, formerly Praia de Santa Maria, is the capital city of Cape Verde, a very relaxed city with a population of about 105,000 inhabitants. Though Praia lacks many sightseeing opportunities, instead it boasts incredible nightlife and several pretty good beaches. Other attractions include Cidade Velha (the old city of Praia), ruins and old buildings, as well as the attractive fishing village of Tarrafal featuring one of the island's best beaches. The colorful local fruit and vegetable market as well as the fish market are also worth to pay a visit.

Activities in Cape Verde

Cape Verde holidays are an excellent choice for those in search of a stress free, relaxing and tranquil island holiday experience away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and untouched by mass tourism. For many travelers Cape Verde is a real Paradise on Earth, offering an affluent mix of holiday experiences and a wealth of 'to see' and 'to do' things to suit any taste and need from boat trips between the islands, to bird watching- a popular pastime on the island, to trekking in the best and most beautiful sites. You can also take a dip in the ocean's hospitable and warm water, walk along the bone-white sandy beaches, or else simply relax and enjoy exceptional music in the city of Mindelo. The choice is yours.

If it's vibrant nightlife you're looking for head to the picturesque island of Sal, where the lively atmosphere of hip bars and restaurants and hot nightclubs will keep you entertained at all hours. If you plan your holidays in Boa Vista, you shouldn't miss out Morro Negro, the site or the name given to the region of Boa Vista featuring a light house on top of a huge rocky hill with wondrous and unrivalled views of the whole East Coast of the island.

Santo Antao, an island bursting with jagged peaks and deep ribieras (valleys) providing a majestic terrain is a hiker's paradise. The road journey from Porto Novo to Ribiera Grande is, perhaps, one of the greatest road journeys on the globe, offering mesmerizing and fantastic views of the surroundings. Those who are fascinated by spectacular volcanic landscapes can choose Isla de Fogo (Fire Island) as a holiday getaway, where the still active volcano dominates a landscape of black sand beaches and ancient volcanic lava flows.

Cape Vedre holidays are very popular with surfers and windsurfer due to the trade winds that create ideal surfing conditions. Ponta Preta on the south west of Sal is a perfect spot, offering one of the world's greatest breaks, during the winter season. Diving and fishing holidays are also popular in Cape Verde. Much of Cape Verde presents an underwater world of massive rock formations, caves, canynons, and ledges and in many areas marine life is plentiful, creating a haven for scuba divers. For the game fishing enthusiast Ilha do Sal has a world class wahoo fishery. The best fishing season is between July and October.

Cape Verde Hotels and Resorts

Accommodation options in Cape Verde range from motels, budget hotels and holiday apartments to five-star luxury resorts, providing a wide range of modern amenities and facilities and everything beyond imagination so that you can enjoy a wonderful and comfortable stay.

With beautiful turquoise waters and sandy beaches, the popular friendly and family-run Hotel Morabeza is a hallmark and landmark ideally located on Santa Maria Beach on the island of Sal, close to Praia de Santa Maria, the capital city of Cape Verde. Originally the hotel has been home to a Belgian family, and now it is one of the most enticing hotels in Cape Verde that has attracted travelers from all over the globe. The Hotel features 90 well-appointed rooms and suites, all with private balconies and terraces overlooking the sea or the gardens, and comfortably equipped with marble bathrooms, satellite TV, mini-fridge, air-conditioning, wireless connection, ceiling fan and electronic safe.

The hotel futures 2 outdoor swimming pools with sun beds and umbrellas by the pool, 3 � la carte restaurants (1 on the terrace, 1 on the roof and 1 on the beach, offering international cuisine), a nightclub, lounge, 3 bars and a snack bar and themed evening buffet once a week. At this stunning hotel visitors will find perfect conditions for a variety of land and water sports, including archery, scuba diving, fishing near hotel, windsurfing and kite surfing, volleyball, fully-equipped gym, mini-golf and 2 tennis courts. The Morbaleza, a local word for hospitality, is the longest established hotel on Sal.

Situated in the picturesque island of Sao Vicente, close to the long sandy beach at Sao Pedro, Foya Branca Resort Hotel is a four-star hotel boasting 16 suites, 52 guestrooms and 6 self-catering villas which are spacious and comfortable, all featuring a balcony that looks out onto the sea, in-room safe, air-conditioning, mini bar, satellite TV, telephone and hairdryer. Hotel facilities include three elegantly designed swimming pools, of which two are for adults and one for children, fully equipped gym and a fitness centre, tennis court, playground, a poolside bar, restaurant, solarium, breakfast room, a snack bar and car parking facility. The recreational activities offered by or arranged through the hotel range from windsurfing, body-boarding, fishing for tuna with local boasts and diving to horse riding, tennis, riding and cycling on private tracks, various excursions and daily tours. Stay in this wonderful getaway and enjoy your holidays to the fullest.

Other hotels worth a visit include Oasis Atlantico Porto Grande, boasting excellent facilities, spacious accommodations, add to this world-class dining and top notching service, Mindel Hotel, one of the most modern hotels on the Sao Vicente Island, offering utmost services and amenities, the five-star Italian owned and managed Crioula Hotel Santa Maria Sal Island, featuring 242 rooms, as well as sport activities and divertimento, including equipped arena, solarium and inner beach, great swimming pool and much more.

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« Reply #34 on: June 18, 2012, 12:45:13 PM »

Caroline Islands




Welcome to Caroline Islands, a place where the beauty have to be seen to be believed! Caroline Islands is among the most remote islands on earth and is considered to be one of very few remaining 'near-pristine tropical islands' boasting unspoiled beauty, heavy vegetation, rich wildlife, numerous spectacular waterfalls, long mangroves, enchanting rainforests and historical ruins and most of all very clear water ideal for snorkeling, awesome fishing, surfing, diving and kite surfing.

Caroline Island or Caroline Atoll (also known as Millenium Island), lies near the southeastern end of the Line Islands covering a total land mass of 1,199 sq km. The archipelago comprises about half a thousand volcanic and coral islands in Micronesia in the western Pacific Ocean, north of New Guinea and east of the Philippines. Major islands are Palau (Belau), Yap, Chuuk (Truk Lagoon), Pohnpei (Ponape) and Kosrae, fertile and rich in minerals. The inhabitants of the islands are mostly Micronesians and Polynesians. Other significant population includes Japanese and Filipinos.

Geographically part of the Caroline Island chain in the Pacific Ocean, Palau became independent as the Republic of Palau in 1994. The archipelago of Palau is famous for the Rock Islands where you will find stunning marine environment that over the years has dazzled tourists from different corners of the world to experience some of the world's best scuba diving. Palau also boasts a wealth of endemic birds, plants, mammals and amphibians. In the upland forests of Palau the most diverse species in Micronesia are found including six native palm species.

Yap Island is an archipelago composed of four continental islands joined within a common coral reef. Known as the 'mysterious Isle of stone money' for its stone money or Fe which are donut-shaped, carved disks of calcite of various sizes presenting a unique melange of past, present and future. 'To do' things in Yap Island include cultural tours around the island, eco tour perfect for venturing into the rainforests and jungles to explore the stunning flora and fauna, diving in Giant Mantas, one of the true wonders of the sea, sports fishing and surfing. The island boasts fine accommodation choices to meet your every specific needs and budget. Some popular ones include the five-star Manta Ray Bay Hotel and Yap Dives, Traders' Ridge Resort, Colonia, O'keefe's Waterfront Inn and others.

Chuuk (Truk) Island encompasses 15 large islands, over 190 outer islands and 80 small islands and is home to one of the world's largest lagoons, infamous for being the final resting place for more than a hundred ships, planes and submarines that is why it has become one of the most visited getaways in Caroline Islands suitable for novice and experienced dive enthusiasts. Many of the wrecks are visible while snorkeling. 'Garden Island' is the capital of the Federated States of Micronesia, featuring diverse and pristine diving opportunities, several hotels and resorts offering quality service, modern amenities and loads of activities to be busy with all day long from visiting to exotic waterfalls to going fishing expeditions to boating and kayaking trips. Pohnpei is home to historical sites that surely pay a visit including the archaeological site of Nan Madol, sometimes called the 'Venice if the pacific' Sokens Mass Grave, German Bell Tower, Spanish Wall and much more.

Head to Caroline Islands, a place totally different in time and space and spend a vacation to last a lifetime!

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Cayman Islands
« Reply #35 on: June 18, 2012, 12:52:01 PM »

Cayman Islands





Welcome to Cayman Islands, one of the cleanest and most relaxing travel destinations in the Caribbean, where full relaxation is beyond imagination! Whether you plan a family vacation, a business trip, or a romantic wedding or honeymoon, Cayman Islands offers everything you need to make your stay a memory you will remember forever. No matter you this is your first visit to the islands or not, you will always find something to be busy with, from fantastic adventures to underwater sports to land activities.

Nestled in the turquoise waters of the western Caribbean, south of Cub and northwest of Jamaica and covering a total land mass of a hundred square miles, the Caymans consist of three islands, including Grand Cayman, the largest and most populous of the trio and the sister islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. All islands are low-lying with the highest point on Grand Cayman, rising only 60 feet. The weather in Cayman Islands is warm and pleasant throughout the year with constant temperatures and relatively little rainfall.

Grand Cayman covers an area of 76 square miles and is divided into 5 districts: George Town, West Bay, Bodden Town, East End and North Side, where you will find the best accommodation options with an abundance of amenities, numerous restaurants, several renowned white sandy beaches, extensive shopping opportunities, and plethora of historic landmarks and attractions.

Cayman Brac ('Brac' is the Gaelic word for bluff, the Brac's main natural attraction) dazzles travelers with its most dramatic scenery. The island boasts unique cultural history, world famous diving and a wealth of activities, including hikes to one of the many hidden caves, visiting the oldest Cayman Brac Museum, or going to bird watching. With a total land mass of 14 sq miles, Cayman Brac is a tropical island getaway, offering a tranquil atmosphere.

The truly little island of Little Cayman is ten miles in length and one in width, housing a population of over 100 inhabitants. What you will attract you in this small hideaway is a wide selection of bird species, extensive hiking along the Salt Rock nature trail, excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities, one a la carte restaurant and a few accommodation options.

In Cayman Islands vacationers will find a great variety of things to do and much more than sun, sea and sand. Whether you are a diving enthusiast, a nature lover, a golfing fanatic or a shopping buff, Cayman Islands has it all. World-class scuba diving, excellent snorkeling, sailing and fishing are just the beginning of your islands' adventure. Grand Cayman offers a not-to-be-missed dolphin swim adventure, a unique lifetime experience that will bring you close to these amazing marine mammals which will sing for you, kiss you and take you for a thrilling ride on their belly. Another adventure waiting for you is the Atlantis Submarine Expedition in Grand Cayman, an exciting 40-minute smooth underwater journey that will give you the unique chance to see what lies beneath the surface without being wet.

In Cayman Islands there is no shortage of unique heritage attractions, including Pedro St. James Historic Site featuring lines of the Caribbean plantation Great Houses containing antique furniture an interesting artifacts, as well as a gift shop and a not-to-be-missed multimedia show running every hour; Grand Cayman's Q.E. II Botanic Park, where you will find two-acre Heritage Garden, recreating a resourceful Caymanian way of life known generations ago and featuring early 20th-century Rankin home, a traditional zinc roofed wooden cottage; Boatswains Beach (pronounced as 'Bo-suns'), a 23-acre adventure marine park considered one of the most exciting and enticing attractions in the Caribbean, allowing visitors to experience the rich history of Caymanian life in a fun and safe environment.

Cayman Islands Hotels and Resorts

There is a wealth of great accommodation options available throughout the Cayman Islands best suited for all tastes and budgets, from quaint bed & breakfast to luxuriously appointed oceanfront villas, upscale hotels and stunning resorts offering genuine Cayman hospitality and truly unique vacations beyond imagination!

Popular with honeymooners, business travelers, travelers with pets, couples and families, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel is a luxury haven on Grand Cayman's beautiful Seven Mile Beach, nestled along a gleaming stretch of sand washed by gentle blue waters of the ocean. The Ritz-Carlton is composed of two separate sand-tones buildings interconnected by a climate-controlled catwalk. This award-winning hotel features 365 spacious rooms, including 11 suites designed with a bright and vibrant palette of colors and with incomparable in-room amenities and facilities. The hotel boasts fabulous selection of restaurants, bars, two outdoor pools, child programs, executive retreat, business center, banquets and meetings, Spa facility and on-site tennis courts.

There is an abundance of not-to-be-missed leisure activities without which your stay will be incomplete, including tube and banana rides, water hammocks, floating rafts and beds, oceanfront Jacuzzi, glass bottom boat snorkel tours, paddle boats and kayaks, comprehensive water sports program, scuba diving and instructional courses, as well as Blue Tip, a Greg Norman-designed nine-hole golf course. Babysitting and room service are also available.

Cotton Tree Grand Cayman is another luxury boutique hotel on Cayman Islands, a true haven of comfort overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Located on the northernmost point of grand Cayman, ten minutes from the renowned Seven Mile Beach, the newly opened Cotton Tree comprises four plantation-style cottages featuring comfortable elegance and soothing design just steps away from lush garden setting filled with a wide selection of flowers, mango, guava and cotton trees for which the hotel was named. Each cottage has a private verandah, high ceilings, two bathrooms, a living and dining area, and French doors with stunning sea views. In-room amenities include iPod docking station, free WiFi, plasma TV, a state-of-the-art fully equipped gourmet kitchen, Jacuzzi tub, modern bathrooms with a spa or rainforest shower and everything you will ever need.

The hotel is home to such facilities as comprehensive concierge service, freshwater swimming pool, open-air spa pavilions, beachfront yoga pavilion, fully equipped fitness center and daily housekeeping. In the vicinity of Cotton Tree, you will find Barkers National Park, limestone coral formations, bird watching and horse riding opportunities, several restaurants and galleries, Britannia Golf Club, yacht charters and a plethora of water sports.

There are many all-inclusive, family and romantic resorts in Cayman Islands, boasting top-notch service, friendly staff and utmost amenities and facilities to suit any need and taste.

The five-story Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort warmly welcomes travelers from different corners of the world to experience the utmost Caribbean getaway and its luxurious charm. Located on the world-famous Seven Mile Beach, the Marriott Beach Hotel offers everything you need for a fantastic and unforgettable vacation. The resort offers 307 spacious air conditioned guest rooms, each with a private balcony or terrace opening onto views of the sea or landscaped interior courtyard and modern amenities, like marble bathrooms, cable/satellite TV, daily maid service, telephone, in-room safe and much more. Featuring four deluxe oceanfront suites and twenty junior suites, the resort is an ideal hideaway for singles, couples, families and romantic weddings. These vaguely Hispanic-designed buildings are ochre-colored and offer everything beyond imagination from lively bars and restaurants to good snorkeling and water sports.

The hotel also boasts a state-of-the-art fitness centre with cardiovascular equipment, beachfront freshwater swimming pool where towels are provided; numerous restaurants and lodges, serving sensational cuisine, and La Mer Spa (featuring YonKa). You can indulge in land and water activities including beach, golf, theme parks, water sports, hiking, sailing and horseback riding. Area attractions include Butterfly Farm, Cayman Turtle Farm, Hell Post Office, Cayman Islands National Museum, Rum Point ferry dock and George Town, perfect for shopping and dining.

Located on the quite, exclusive side of Grand Cayman, the Morritts Tortuga Club & Resort, Grand Cayman has become 'home away from home' for all the ever returning owners and is the most popular timeshare property on Grand Cayman blessed with a Caribbean atoll ambience and luxury. This gorgeous resort offers a host of water sports activities, including some of the island's best, windsurfing, snorkeling and world-famous diving within waters that drop off rapidly into Grand Cayman's 'West Wall'.

The three-story Beachfront Resort offers 186 well appointed rooms with contemporary room amenities, a gift shop, a nearly completed full-service shopping center, business centre, a dock for access to tours, kids club, babysitting or child care, swimming pool, fitness facility, concierge, small health club, Jacuzzi and nightly entertainment. The on-site restaurant, known as David's provides international and island cuisine in a comfortable and warm environment. In these stunning resorts there is always something for everyone in every activity level. Whether your version of paradise is to enjoy aquatic pastimes, relax on the silky sand or by the pool and soak in the Caribbean sun, Morritt's has it all.

No matter where you'll stay in Cayman islands you're guaranteed to discover the beauty of natural attractions of the islands and will enjoy the stunning variety of underwater fun and all these memories will remain with you forever.

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Christmas Islands
« Reply #36 on: June 18, 2012, 12:57:12 PM »

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With its deserted sandy and shell beaches where the only footprints are those made by nesting turtles, intriguing rock pools, unique ecosystems with myriad flocks of endemic birds and abundance of wildlife, crystal-clear waters teeming with colorful marine life, picturesque views, as well as a choice of accommodation outlets ranging from Boutique Hotel to lodge style accommodation, Christmas Island offers a delightful experience away from the fog and fumes of the city. Ideal for nature lovers who love to explore the nature at its best, water sports enthusiasts and adventure seekers, Christmas Islands offer a wide range of attractions and activities to enhance your onshore and offshore experience.

Geographically located in southeastern Asia, 115 miles north of the equator Christmas is an island in the heart of the Indian Ocean, covering a total area of 135 sq km. Also known as Kiribati, Christmas Island is the largest atoll in the Pacific. It is a summit of a submarine mountain, rising to a central plateau dominated by rainforest. Almost two-thirds of the island has been declared a national park, sheltering a limited and highly distinctive native fauna. Christmas Island enjoys a tropical monsoonal climate with temperatures hovering between 21°C and 32°C.

The island boasts rich flora and fauna, which is a result of being close to the South-East Asia and the equator. There are over 200 species of flowering plants on the island of which 16 are endemic, found only on Christmas Island, as well as 25 species of trees that dominate the forest, including orchids, ferns and vines. The land crabs and sea birds are perhaps the most noticeable animals on the island. You can find 50-100 million endemic Red Crabs in Christmas Island that once per year migrate to the sea to lay their eggs, on the way blocking the roads and paths and during this period many tourists and experts from different parts of the world come to observe.

Although Christmas Island is small in size and look like a dot on the world map, it still has a lot to offer any visitor from heritage and nature trails to visiting flying fish cove to diving and snorkeling adventures. All the attractions in Christmas are worth to pay a visit. The must see attractions include: the Grotto, a small coastal cave with mix of sea and fresh water pool, featuring a romantic spot with candles at night, the unusual Hugh's Dale Waterfall, one of the highlights of the islands, where tourists often take a bath under falling streams of clean, cool and drinkable water, Christmas Island National Park, offering to embrace the island's wondrous beauty combined with a variety of island's flora and fauna, Flying Fish Cove, which is reachable through a yacht boasting loads of recreational activities, like swimming, scuba diving, canoeing, snorkeling and much more. Activities you can indulge in include nature walking, bird watching, scuba diving, fishing, taking part in the Dolly Beach Jungle tour and others.

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Ladrones Islands--Breath the taste of the sea
« Reply #37 on: June 19, 2012, 03:44:54 PM »

Ladrones Islands ----Breath the taste of the sea


  Ladrones Islands, also called Wanshan Qundao or Thieves Islands, are located in the Pearl River Estuary, belongs to the jurisdiction of Zhuhai city, China. The islands include Wanshan Island, Dong'ao Island, Guishan Island, outer Lingding Island, Lema islands, Jiapeng archipelago of more than 150 islands. From the outer Lingding island high-sighted, the Wanshan islands are scattered in Lingdingyang estuary like many jades, while the islands are dotted like a chess game.

Dong'ao Island --Forest paradise


The climate in the island is delightful.There are towering old trees, and the forest coverage rate reaches 82% with fishing village.In Dong'ao Island, the most attractive is the beach. There are Nansha Bay, Dazhu Bay, Xiaozhu Bay, and Nansha Bay is better known as "Diamond Beach", which is a rare beach in the Zhuhai downtown area or vicinity Islands. The sand is white and delicate, the beach is gentle and broad. Surfing, diving, windsurfing are the main tourist projects here. The island has accommodation services, and the seafood cruise is superb.


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The attractions in Dong'ao Island:

  • The City of Pistol

        The site is an ancient castle, dating back more than 270 years of history. The city has two guns of fort.  20 meters east near a cliff , there is a conical Beacon Tower of 2 meters high. Fire in the hearth and a flue inside is the transmission of signals. The customs remains were founded in 1898.

  • Honeymoon Pavilion

        On the mountain in the northwest of the beach is a pavilion named Honeymoon Pavilion, 1008 steps lead to it.

  • Dong'ao Bay

         Cruise ships travel from the sea into the "Dong'ao Bay", and land in the harbour. According to the introduction, in the east of the island of Dong'ao Island there is a block of the concave part, up to 1200 meters, so it is called Dong'ao Bay.This is a quiet harbour, the beautiful time is the sunset when Fishers home. Here is the perfect place to play water and enjoy the scenery.

  • Dong'ao Village

       Dong'ao Village is the center of Dong'ao Island, also the island's most bustling place and most residents live here. It is not only a commercial district but the island's political and cultural center.

  • Cliff Stone Inscription
  • Stone Gallery

  • Qiuzi Spring

      It is said the spring is magical. tThe most famous is a Buddism godness Guanyin statue within the temple in the spring scenic area, it brings infinite hope to many young couples. 

 The accommodation in the island is fine. There are some hotels like Dong'ao Resort, Yacht Club and so on. Also you can rent a tent.

The best beach in Outer Lingding Island



Lingding island is on the opposite side of Hong Kong by a strip of water, it is the only island that can see Hong Kong from China. Overlook Hong Kong, you can see Taiping Mountain, Lantau Island, Cheung Chau, Lamma Island, and Tsing Ma Bridge. The beaches in Lingding Island Bay, Tower Bay, and East Bay , with fine sand, blue water, clear bottom, good places for fishing, diving, windsurfing. While the main mountain on the island has holes directly to the peak from the mid, it is the best positon to climb up and enjoy the sun rises in summer.


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The "must-see" attractions in Outer Lingding Island

  • Stone Park
  • Hong Kong sea view
  • Wanshan Chess Game
  • Jade Belt on the Waist
  • Pak and Morning Bell

The outer Lingding island is located in the south of north regression line, monsoon alternatesd clearly in summer and winter, high temperatures all year round, occasionally a little cold but it is not too cold in winter and not very hot in summer. The temperature here varies not very much between days with a subtropical monsoon climate.

The island facilities are fine, including barbecue, rowing, diving and other entertainment projects, with The Residence Hotel, the Guesthouse, Aquatic center and camp.

Guishan Island--the Pearl on the sea


Guishan Island is known as a pearl in Lingdingyang. Green trees, the rugged rocks, blue sea, fresh air, pleasant scenery, all give people a broad worry-free, comfortable and pleasant feeling, which for noisy city undoubtedly a "paradise".


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The must-see recommendation:

  • Landing point of Liberation of Wanshan islands
  • Fishinghouse Tour
  • Fishing Game

The are hotels on the island, and dozens of specialty seafood, night market snacks, all kinds of local delicacies and barbecue.


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Comoros Islands
« Reply #38 on: June 20, 2012, 04:00:44 PM »

Comoros Islands




Mysterious, bizarre and enticing Comoros Islands offer a magical getaway for energetic travelers seeking picture-postcard beaches, deep-sea coral reefs where pelagic fish roam, rich scenic rainforests with a stunning variety of plants species and wildlife, spectacular waterfalls, add to this excellent beach resorts and fine accommodation options to suite any taste and budget. There is a wide selection of sea life in Comoros, including sharks, whales, big manta rays, crabs and tiny shrimps and other underwater habitats that provide a perfect base for scuba diving. Moroni is the capital city and feels like another world. Blessed with stunning beaches, quietude and tranquility and friendly welcoming locals Moroni offers a new and memorable experience. Head to the off-the-beaten-path island of Comoros and create memories for a lifetime.

Officially known as the Union of Comoros, Comoros Islands consist of four main islands and numerous coral reefs and smaller islands scattered in the Indian Ocean, at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel, covering a total area of 2,170 square kilometers and with a population of 773,407 inhabitants (2010 estimate). The four main islands are Ngazidija (Grande Comoro), Nzwani (Anjouan), Mwali (Moheli), and Mahore (Mayotte), which is not part of the country and ties to France. The Comoros experience a maritime tropical climate and is characterized by two seasons: dry (May to October) and rainy season (November to April). Rainfall and temperature vary from island to island. Average annual temperature ranges between 26℃ and 29℃ in the wet season and about 19℃ in the dry season.

Ngazidja (Grande Comore) is the largest and westernmost island of the archipelago with the capital city Moroni, a pleasant and peaceful town boasting luxuriant vegetation, fine sandy beaches and blue waters, lush rainforests, Mt Karthala, an active volcano rising to a height of 2,361 meters, tiny thatched-hut villages, and a few mosques giving the town an attractive scenic view.

Known as the 'pearl of Indian', and rising in well wooded mountains, the picturesque Nzwani (Anjouan) is a triangular shape island, notable for its deep valleys, sharp ridges, beautiful waterfalls and abundant vegetation. With its Swahili-Shiraxi style architecture, great mosques and a citadel, gorgeous sandy beaches and mountain covered with ferns, orchids and tropical mahoganies Nzwani is one of the major tourist destinations in Comoros. Here you will find several fine dining options, serving good food with spiced sauces; seafood and rice-based dishes are fruits.

Mwali (Moheli) is the smallest of Comoros Islands with generally hilly terrain, thick forests, fertile valleys and low-lying coastal belt. It's a poorly developed island. Mwali is home to a few inhabitants living in peace and harmony who have preserved it untouched until this day. The island is famous for its National Marine Park featuring rich and exceptional variety of animals and plants, as well as a plethora of water adventures, including snorkeling, whale and dolphin watching and much more. You will find craggy islets off Moheli ideal for snorkeling amid the colorful coral reefs and splashing about in the crystal-clear water.

Boats and ferries are available for transport to different islands. You can hire taxis or rent a car to get around the islands. Activities you can indulge in include boating and sailing, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, mountain and rock climbing, hunting, hiking and trekking. In Comoro Islands there is always something for nature lovers and sport enthusiasts.

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Cook Islands
« Reply #39 on: June 20, 2012, 04:07:08 PM »

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Blessed with beautiful scenery, greenish-blue water with dazzling white sand, stunning coral reefs, Cook Islands is one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit and a perfect retreat to unwind. Cook Islands is an dreamscape paradise for couples, families and luxurious beachfront holiday, offering a wide array land and water sports, including bone fishing and lagoon cruising, cave tours, island discovery tours, safari tours, kayaking, puddle boats, hiking, diving, surfing and others. Cook Islands is home to numerous unique species of flora and fauna, including beautiful green colored Fruit-dove, Rarotonga Monarch, Rarotonga Starling, Mangais Kingfisher, Rarotonga Ground Orchid, as well as beautiful trees and tall palms growing up to 25 meters.

Geography & Climate: Scattered over two million sq km of ocean the archipelago of Cook Islands is composed of 15 islands and lies in the centre of the Polynesian triangle, east of Tonga and the Samoas and west of Tahiti. The highly volcanic island of Rarotonga is the largest, while Aitutaki is the smallest of Cook Islands known as an 'almost atoll'. The Cook Islands enjoy pleasant weather throughout the year moderated by trade winds. The dry season runs from April to November, and the rainy season from December to March.

Attractions and things to do: The Cook Islands offers a plethora of attractions and adventure activities to suit all tastes. With its natural and man-made landmarks, lush tropical gardens and pristine lovely beaches, and the most beautiful lagoons in the world Cook Islands offers great opportunities for a truly unique vacation.

Aitutaki Lagoon Cruise: Surrounded by a fringing reef and lined by about twenty low lying tiny uninhabited coral islands, Aitutaki is a magnificent and remote lagoon island boasting rolling hills, quaint villages with slow and easy Polynesian lifestyle, palm fringed gorgeous beaches ideal for swimming and most of the tourist accommodation. The Aitutaki Lagoon is considered as the jewel of the Cook Islands and one of the most enchanting and exquisite lagoons of the South Pacific destination. Aitutaki lagoon and its islands offer a perfect base for scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, beachcombing and lagoon cruises.

Whale watching: This is another must for Cook Islands activity list. Being in the path of the migrating humpback whales, Rarotonga and Atiu islands are ideal spots for this kind of adventure and as the reef is very close to the shore it becomes easier to watch these giant sea habitats from the coast without disturbing them. The whale watching season begins July and continues up to October.

Wigmore's Waterfall (Papua Waterfall):This is one of the off-the-beaten-path destinations in the region, featuring the scenic natural abundance of Polynesia. There are hiking trails to het to the fall but the most popular way still remains the numerous organized pony treks. Do not miss out this beautiful corner and be sure that the experience of your trip will be a wonderful one.

Honeymoon in Cook Islands: These jewel-like idyllic islands are a perfect escape for honeymooners and newlywed couples, as well as for couples seeking a beach wedding in a true tropical paradise. Weddings in Cook Islands are legally-binding and recognized internationally. Scattered around the island you can find several enticing honeymoon retreats, stylish cafes and restaurants and excellent accommodation options. From snorkeling and scuba diving in the crystal clear water teaming with tropical fish to taking a magnificent lagoon cruise to strolling the beautiful white sandy beaches, add to this hiking the rainforest, shopping in the open-air market and visiting cultural sights, your honeymoon dreams will turn into unforgettable memories to last a lifetime.

Cook Islands Resorts

Situated over two absolute beachfront locations in the gorgeous Muri Beach area of Rarotonga Island Rumors Luxury Villas & Spa represents two 5-star properties, 'Rumors of Romance' and 'Reflections on Rarotonga' the elegance of which you will appreciate from the moment you reach there. The stunning villas feature exceptionally utmost amenities and facilities, including private fresh water swimming pool, huge lagoon side and pool side decks, outdoor dining tables and chairs, fully equipped designer kitchen, indoor tropical gardens, fountains and streams, inside and outside waterfalls that fed swimming pool, as well as a full spa service. The award-winning villas boast world-class quality and are ideal for a romantic honeymoon, an indulgent tropical vacation and luxury holidays. Activities and adventures include swimming, sunbathing, kayaking and snorkeling. Surround yourself with a standard of exclusiveness and rejuvenate your soul and mind, creating memories of a lifetime.

Pacific Resort Aitutaki is another example of luxury resort that takes your breath away. Blessed with sophisticated ambience, elegance and top notching service and home to 27 fantastic beachfront bungalows, suites and villas, featuring panoramic views of Aitutaki's world-famous lagoon, Pacific Resort Aitutaki warmly invites all holidaymakers to spend unforgettable vacations and extraordinary experience. Designed with Polynesian style decors all guest rooms feature air conditioning, marble bathrooms, WiFI, polished timber floors and other modern amenities and facilities. Leisure and entertainment include fine infinity pool, beach activities, big game/reef/lagoon fishing, complimentary kayaks and canoes, scuba diving, snorkeling, scooter and bicycle rentals, water sports and lagoon cruises. In the Aitutaki Spa you can taste a variety of soothing spa treatments in a Balinese style. The resort also offers romantic fresco dining, beachfront bar known as 'the Black Rock Cafe', poolside cafe and room service dining. Once a week you can take part in the Island Night filled with Polynesian buffet feast and island entertainment.

Set on one of the finest white sand beaches the Rarontongan Beach Resort & Spa offers the travelers to start their dream holidays in this stunning hideaway embracing Polynesian charm and culture. The resort offers 156 rooms and suites set amidst six acres of lush gardens featuring hibiscus, banana and coconut palms. All rooms have the following amenities: individual remote-controlled air conditioning, insect screens, mini-bar (on request), satellite TV, tea/coffee making facilities, private verandah with outdoor furniture, IDD phone, daily housemaid service, shower and iron and ironing board. Facilities include 3 restaurants, outdoor pool, game room, 2 tennis courts, 2 bars, water sport equipment rentals, activities desk, business centre, babysitting and a full service spa. Rarontongan Beach Resort & Spa has something for everyone. In the vicinity you can find Puaikura Beach and Aro'a Beach, the National Stadium and the National Museum of Cook Islands.

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Djibouti
« Reply #40 on: June 20, 2012, 04:11:15 PM »

Djibouti





Full of vibrant history and culture, Djibouti is an ambitious country boasting natural beauty which makes the island one of the most sought-after destinations in Africa. Djibouti is home to natural wonders, unique scenery, saltwater lakes, gorgeous beaches offering safe swimming, stunning parks, dessert plains, numerous mineral-rich hot springs and a wide selection of adventure sports with lots of excitement and thrill. The various activities that dazzle tourists from different corners of the world to this wonderful place include water sports, like scuba diving and snorkeling, island tours, bird watching, Djibouti camel caravan, whale and shark viewing and much more. With all that Djibouti offers you will definitely make a memorable holiday experience to last a lifetime.

Located in the Eastern Africa at the southern entrance to the Red Sea between Eritrea and Somalia, Djibouti covers a total area of 23,000 sq km and is divided into 5 regions and 11 districts. Recognized as a little 'Dubai in the Red Sea', Djibouti city is the country's capital and largest city, housing two thirds of the country's population, featuring dormant volcanoes and lakes, as well as the Red Sea coast and the islands. Djibouti city boasts good infrastructure but life here is quite astoundingly expensive. The Aquarium Tropical de Djibouti is the most popular tourist site in the city featuring some of the princess marine treasures.

Vacation in Djibouti is not complete without visiting the gorgeous beaches, rivers and lakes, desert landscapes and magnificent landmarks. Top tourist attractions include the 'must go' Central Market (Le Marche Central), always throbbing with life and bursting with activity, the highly appealing Djibouti beaches, enabling visitors of all ages to enjoy the scenic splendor of the place, sensationally scenic Lac Abbe (Lake Abbe), situated on the Ethiopia-Djibouti border and best-known for its 50 m high limestone chimneys, Tadjoura, one of the oldest towns of the capital, especially ideal for those in search of quiet break from daily hustle and bustle and home to a number of resorts offering excellent accommodation and dining options. Add to this the Petit Bara and the Grand Bara, two desert plains on the way to Ali Sabieh.

Accommodation options vary in Djibouti ranging from simple guesthouses to luxury hotels and resorts, one of which is the famous Sheraton Djibouti Hotel, a luxurious beachfront getaway located in a private island, offering travelers a warm welcome and East African hospitality. The hotel features 180 well-appointed rooms in six storey building with modern amenities including air conditioning, cable/satellite TV, fridge, telephone, in-room safe, daily maid service, mini bar and non-smoking rooms. In the hotel you can find meeting facilities, common/public areas accessible to wheelchairs, concierge/club floor, babysitting or child care, gift shop and beach. There is also a wide range of recreational activities biking, water skiing, windsurfing, snorkeling, volleyball, golf and several other beach sports. In the vicinity you can find douda golf club, market bazaar, harbor (boat rental and sightseeing), the Goubet and volcano and Lac Assal.

Head to the beautiful country of fascinating people and landscapes and enjoy a plethora of adventures to make your holidays unforgettable!

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Dominica
« Reply #41 on: June 20, 2012, 04:18:04 PM »

Dominica




Dominica

With spectacularly beautiful landscapes and rich culture, azure crystal-clear warm waters, evergreen oceanic rainforests, cascading waterfalls, stunning white, black and golden sandy beaches, pumping nightlife, as well as a plethora of attractions and activities, Caribbean islands have always dazzled thousands of travelers every year. Dominica, an island truly unique in its natural beauty, is no exception. Also known as 'Caribbean's Nature Island' Dominica is home to thick jungle vegetation, rare orchids and exotic colorful birds, rugged mountains, a multitude of stunning waterfalls sometimes reaching to hundreds of feet, extinct volcanoes overlooking beaches and botanical gardens, lush valleys, attractive, secluded beaches, beautiful rivers and thermal hot springs. Whether it is your first trip or not, there is no shortage of 'to do' and 'to see' things in Dominica.

Located in the eastern Caribbean, between the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe Dominica is a hilly, mountainous island of volcanic origin with an overall area of 751 sq km. The terrain is extremely rugged with mountain ranges extending from the north to the south with the highest point Morne Diablotin at 1,447 meters, followed by the famous Trois-Pitons at 1,387. Dominica experiences hot and humid climate year-round with average temperatures of 25℃ in summer and 28℃ in winter. The main rainy season runs from June to October and the dry season is from February to April. The best months to visit Dominica are through December to May.

Roseau is Dominica's capital and largest city with a population of nearly 25,000 inhabitants, boasting a wealth of 'must see' attractions from historic sites and interpretive centers to parks and gardens to stunning waterfalls. Those who plan their vacations in February are quite lucky as they can take part in the famous and enjoyable Roseau Carnival street parade, which lasts several days. Morne Trois Pitons National Park with a rare combination of natural features of World Heritage value, Middleham Falls, one of the island's highest waterfalls set in lush green rainforest, the long rugged black-sand Londonderry Beach ideal for beach-combing and the beautiful, sweeping Castle Bruce Bay on the Atlantic coast are worth a visit. Do not miss out Roseau's Old Market where you can buy souvenirs, handicrafts and Rasta essentials.

Dominica is a paradise defined by many features. It is home to a multitude of adventures waiting to be discovered and experienced. The island is a perfect getaway for bird watching, whale and dolphin watching, hiking through lush forests, excellent diving and snorkeling adventures, river to ocean kayaking and sports fishing. Some of the most visited places include Cabrits National Park, Boiling Lake, Victoria waterfall, Rainforest Aerial Tram, Indian River, Ti Tou Gorge, Chaudiere and much more. Dominica tourist attractions are perfect both for nature lovers and adventurers.

Dominica is characterized by a wide range of flora and fauna featuring over a thousand species of beautiful flowering plants, such as orchids and ferns with the national flower of bwa kwaib, more than 170 species of birds, and a variety of interesting insects of all shapes, sizes and colors. Other wildlife species include iguanas, agouti, frogs and crabs. Sea habitats include an abundance of tropical colorful fish and coral, several species of whales, turtles (green turtle, leatherback and Hawksbill) and dolphins and other marine wildlife.

Dominica Hotels

Availability of accommodation in Dominica suits any taste and need, ranging from simple apartments, lovely villas and budget friendly hotels to 5-star hotels and luxurious resorts. Most hotels are sea facing or with a view of the forest covered mountains, bringing the tourists close to the stunning nature. Nearly all the hotels offer excellent service, modern comfortable facilities and warm friendly atmosphere to make your stay all the more enjoyable.

Popular with luxury hotel lovers and couples the charming Calisbishie Lodges located at the eastern edge of Calibishi Village, is one of the best Dominica Island hotels, boasting an excellent and guiding service and offering an exotic Caribbean accommodation where you can simply relax and enjoy nature's wonders. The hotel is composed of three two-storey bungalows with modern amenities and facilities offering the comforts of home living. The hotel amenities include bathroom with bath, shower and toilet, large veranda with spectacular views across Calibishie, butterfly and hummingbird garden, bar and international restaurant, wonderfully designed swimming pool to calm down, living room (sofa bed/television), tea/coffee making facilities, solar hot water system and much more. Feel free to engage in all nature and sport activities and create memories to long a lifetime.

Located in the famous Pointe Baptiste Beach Red Rock Haven is another beautiful hideaway built in Dominica style. In this unique oceanfront property where luxury is combined with harmony, you can find well-arranged Bamboo Guest Rooms with splendid views, private bathrooms and comfortable queen size beds to meet the tastes and needs of even the most discerning travelers. The hotel boasts an infinity pool, a fine restaurant where delightful tropical drinks and delicious food is served, indoor sitting areas and outdoor decks where you can put stress aside and relax in a friendly atmosphere. Nearby attractions include the beach, Red Rock Park, Pointe Baptiste Reef, Toucari Bay, Morne aux Diables Sulfur Springs, Fort Shirley, Cabrits National Park and much more. Visit to Red Rock Haven and experience nature in its purest sense Dominica.

The unique Crescent Moon Cabins is a dreamscape environment, nestled in the foothills of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, featuring stunning cabins with panoramic views of the mountains and sea with spacious private bathroom and shower. Hotel facilities include dining room, internet and outdoor pool. The hotel makes an ideal base for nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts. There are locally guided trail walks and farm tours, besides nearby you can find some of the island's attractions, including spectacular waterfalls, snorkeling coves and others.

Head to the picturesque island of Dominica, relaxed yet very busy and alive destination on this earth and enjoy a holiday of a lifetime.

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Easter Island
« Reply #42 on: June 20, 2012, 04:26:56 PM »

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Easter Island

Can you imagine a place famous for what happened there many years before and what kind of evidence has been left before? Such is Easter Island. The triangular-shaped Easter Island is one of the most remote and isolated inhabited places on earth, located in the South Pacific between Chile and Tahiti. Consisting of a scant 64 miles of land with three extinct volcanoes, it is also one of the most strange and mysterious places. Easter Island is home to striking hand-carved immense statues, called moai, face-like giant stones, weighing many tons each. So far over 880 moai have been found, and archaeologists think that there may still be many more either buried or hidden. The moai statues are asymmetrical and only one has legs and is called Tukuturi. It is believed that they represent locals, ancestors of those who built them.

Discovered by Dutch explorer and sea captain Jacob Roggeveen on Easter Sunday (hence its name) in 1722, the Also called Rapa Nui (meaning Great Rapa) by modern islanders, the island also houses extensive rock art carvings and paintings with unique motifs, being a true model of human spirit. Half of the island's 5,000 inhabitants are Polynesian but today they are citizens of Chile.

'Must see' attractions include Ahu Tahai, a ceremonial platform in Tahai that is made of rounded beach stones; Rano Kau, 400 meters volcano boasting panoramic views; Ahu Tongariki, an immense platform from where 15 statues stand facing the island; Orongo Village, a not-to-be-missed lake-filled crater where you can find remnants of the Birdman cult, Rano Raraku quarry, the most beautiful crater filled with water and plantation, and the walled structures at Ahu Vinapu, as well as the World Heritage site Rapa Nui National Park, where you will find the most important archeological resources of the island. Do not expect lush green forests, as there are only a few trees on the island. Easter Island boasts magnificent beaches but the best swimming is at the palm-fringed white sandy Anakena Beach or Ovahe on the north coast.

Fishing is a popular activity on the island and the natives are exceedingly expert in the numerous methods of capturing them. The most highly esteemed species include bonito, dolphin, ray and porpoise, as well as swordfish, shark, rock fish and flying-fish. Shell fish are also plentiful. Trekking in the several trails of Easter Island is really a great adventure, allowing you to fully experience the natural and archaeological beauty of this special place. The most recommended walks are the very demanding Patrimonial Route, the three-hour climb of Mount Terevaka, and the walk around the Poike peninsula.

Scuba diving and snorkeling are also popular activities in Easter Island. With its crystal clear and pollution-free waters, visual paradise offered by the flora and fauna and visibility up to 50 meters in deep sea, Easter Island is a true diver's and snorkeler's paradise. The scuba diving off Easter Island features unique caves, walls, corals and fish, though it is not for beginners as the water is cool.

With rich fascinating history, gorgeous beaches, spectacular highlights and the most awesome collection of prehistoric monuments in the Pacific, Easter Island is an evocating place to explore and discover!

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Islands in Guangdong
« Reply #43 on: June 21, 2012, 12:38:07 PM »

Islands in Guangdong


Ten mini islands that worth a visit in Guangdong. It's convenient to travel from Guangzhou to all these islands.

Pouch Island
             Sea and mountains conmected, the air filled with vegetation fragrance.

Dong'ao Island
            Clear water, fine sand, adventure treasure hunt under the sea.

the Outer Lingding Island
            Odd rocks, beautiful waters, boating and surfing in the sea.

Nao’ao Island
            Blue sea, golden sand, beautiful forests and mountains, rich history.

Sanmen Island
           Natural, primitive, a pool of color stones, magnificent scene.

Tachia Island
           Natural, fresh, playing in the water, see the coral.

Shangchua Island and Xiachuan Island
           Beautiful scenery, Coconut Grove Beach.

Hailing Island
           Wide beach, soft wave, childlike fishing and crab catching.

Chicken Island
           Quiet water, soft wind, diving, fishing.

Donghai Island
           Long beach, fine sand, enjoy fresh seafood.
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Pouch Island
« Reply #44 on: June 21, 2012, 02:32:17 PM »

Pouch Island



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Pouch island is located in the end of southwest of Zhuhai city. There are no crowded visitors in this island, so it is a rare pure land. There are 12 bays like Big South Bay, Small South Bay, Big Trees Bay, Longtond Bay and large tracts of virgin forests, the sand is fine on the beach, it is a good place to fly the mood.

Things to do:

Play water in Big South Bay, listen to the waves: The Great South Bay of nearly 5.5 km is suitable for swimming and other water activities. The beach was clean and bright,  and soft at night, seems the glory of the moon are accumulated here in the Great South Bay Beach, no wonder it is known as "silver beach". Sand on Great South Bay beach is fine and particle uniformity. Pick a fine day, tread through the beach, you can hear the rustling.

Night hunting crabs: Catching crab is the most interesting program on the beach at night. It's really dark at night on this island, listening to the sound of waves lapping, looking at the moon and stars, with a flashlight, a small bucket, where the light falling on, crabs are crazy to run around, and people run quickly after them, embarrassed and happy. If you are lucky, you can see here the spectacle "sea fireflies glow in the dark". Also on the beach you can play fireworks and  make a beautiful wish....

Adventure in deep jungle:  There is also a very fun project Pouch island --the jungle adventure. The mountain connects with the sea here, terrain is dangerous with 400 hectares of secondary natural forest. Due to Pouch Island is a military fort in the time of wars, it still retains a lot of old military facilities, such as the lookout, bunkers, shelter and so on, as well as the United Nation's Red Cross donation "windmill" (wind turbine). All these historical relics add a mysterious color to pouch Island Tourism.

Here the mountain spring flows continuously, when pediment is brilliant, groups of butterflies rise and dance in a happy mood, forming a plurality of natural "butterflies". Play water on the beach, cliff viewing waves, Fisher guest, net fishing are also good entertainments.

Tingtao Hotel is the best on the island. There are also a row of wooden house --Holiday House and separated cabins closest to the sea. Of course you can rent tents.


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