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The Colorful Curaçao

Visit Curaçao and experience this vibrant mix of cultures – from the colonial Dutch architecture, to the delicious Creole cuisine. The island offers numerous UNESCO heritage sites, especially in the capital of Willemstad with its many museums, pastel-colored houses and cobblestone plazas. On the other hand, or should we say side, one can enjoy the island’s rolling desert plains which ... Read More »

Visiting St Maarten

This beckoning Caribbean resort, placed in the former Netherlands Antilles and lined with delicious coastline, attracts thousands of sun-loving tourists each year. The most popular and prominent physical feature in St Maarten is an extinct volcano of Mount Flagstaff, however, visitors come here mainly to the stunning sandy beaches that follow the south and west coasts. Amazing shopping opportunities at ... Read More »

Niue – The Idyllic Retreat

If you are looking for a laidback, friendly and beautiful escape from the modern world, the secluded island of Niue is definitely a place to consider. Adventurous visitors enjoy the island’s rugged coastline, crystal clear waters and coral reefs, not despite its remote location, but because of it. Located 1,500 miles (2,400 kilometers) northeast of New Zealand within the triangle ... Read More »

Hidden Beauties Of Panama

Though fine cigars, straw hats and the famous ship canal are the first things that crop up in your mind when you think of Panama, this Central American state has much more to offer. Wildlife-rich rainforests, exotic native communities, stunning promenades, Miami-like beaches, surprisingly lush volcanoes and the intact wilderness are the real hidden beauties of Panama. When thousands of ... Read More »

The Beautiful Puerto Rico

Tropical rainforest, clear turquoise waters, palm-fringed beaches, genuine colonial buildings and a unique blend of Caribbean, Hispanic and American cultures – in one word: Puerto Rico. The Free Associated State of Puerto Rico is a United States territory located in the northeastern Caribbean, east of the Dominican Republic, and west of both the United States Virgin Islands and the British ... Read More »

Barcelona – The Ultimate City Destination

Amazing mountains on one side, the sea on the other, unmatched cultural verve and exciting urban blend of modern, classical and ancient in between, in one word – Barcelona. The home of one of the most appreciated modern architect, Gaudí, the unforgettable 1992 Olympics, adorned with weird modern buildings, medieval streets and lively beaches, the capital of Catalonia has to ... Read More »

Hello Haiti

Despite many tragedies that hit this small Caribbean nation during its turbulent past, Haiti stoically continues to shock and awe. Huge lush mountains, white sandy beaches, pristine waters and welcoming African temperament will make your visit to this country amazing and unforgettable. Haiti shares this mesmerizing island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic, and two countries provide all the hallmarks ... Read More »

Things To See And Do In Burkina Faso

Though wildlife is the key element of the eastern part of this exotic destination, the central part around Ouagadougou concentrates on business tourism, the west on cultural tourism, and the north focuses on the discovery of nomadic populations and traditions. A little bit of something for everyone. Cities To Visit Make sure you soak in the attractive streets and the ... Read More »

Travelling To Guinea

The Republic of Guinea found itself among some pretty exotic countries – Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia and Sierra Leone – but Guinea also has much to offer. The Undisturbed Countryside Country’s main attraction is its pristine and undisturbed countryside. The stunning landscape offers alluring mountains, adventurous plains, exciting savannahs and mystical forest, while the three great rivers of ... Read More »

Visiting Bermuda Islands

When someone says the word Bermuda, two things can spring to mind – the eighties fashion phenomenon or the mesmerizing collection of islands that beckon you from a far. The great thing is that the two actually go hand in hand. Brief History Lesson Bermuda was first discovered by Juan de Bermudez, a Spanish sailor, in 1505, but was later ... Read More »