Escape the winter weather by arranging for a vacation getaway this year, whether it is taking in the sun on a warm beach, walking through a lush rain forest, or snorkeling around clear reefs. The Caribbean and Central America offer visitors a prime opportunity to get away from the winter cold.
Beach Rental in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is an ideal tropical attraction for those who spend their winters in the cold, because of its temperate climate. The Caribbean island is easy to visit because visitors are not required to have an American passport, and the legal tender is the US dollar. The island offers lounging on sunny beaches, trekking through the verdant rain forests, or celebrating at the nightclubs. Continue reading “Winter Blues: Best Holidays for Catching Some Rays This Season”
Situated in Central America, Belize is a small English-speaking country that has numerous attractions and destination cities. From the white sandy beaches and reefs to the jungles and the mysteries of Maya civilization, a tourist can never lack things to see and do in this beautifully crafted country.
Maya-Ruins and Temples
Ever heard of the great Maya civilization? These ruins and temples are a prehistoric site of where this civilization’s home was. Though the civilization came to an end about 1000 years ago, the remains of what was left behind have been preserved to make a fascinating attraction for all calibres of tourists. The area is composed of numerous temples and underground chambers used for rituals. Obsidian, pottery, gold and jade are some of the materials used in making magnificent carvings and paintings in the ancient times and the expertise in the area is quite evident. To welcome you to the Maya ruins are descendants of the civilization. Though from different ethnicities, the peace and tranquillity of co-existence is evident from the warm welcome tourists receive. Some of the main Mayan sites include Caracol, Altun Ha, Lubaantun and Xunantunich. Continue reading “Belize Main Attractions and Destinations”
If you’re planning to apply for Antiguan residency, be sure to know the history of the place for your ease. So read all the above information comprehensively.
Antigua, also known as Wadadli is a West Indian island, located in the Caribbean region. The Spanish meaning of Antigua is “ancient” however; the name was given by Christopher Columbus. In contrast, Wadadli means “our own” which comes from native Indian colony. Dozens of visitors from all over the globe come to enjoy sandy beaches and jaw dropping scenic. All those who wish to seek Antigua passport & citizenship should learn in detail about the detail. Continue reading “A Traveler’s Guide to Antigua”
Jamaica is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, and millions of sun-seeking tourists spend their holidays here every year. Just 140 miles off the coast of Cuba, the island’s indigenous people named the island ‘the land of food and water’, and it became an independent nation in 1962 after breaking free from the rule of the United Kingdom.
With a population of just under one million people, Jamaica is one of the most populated islands in the Caribbean. Kingston, the country’s biggest city, is home to most of the population, and although Jamaica is a typically small island, its culture and way of life is famous throughout the world. Continue reading “Don’t Miss Out: Make The Most Of Your Visit To Jamaica”
Panama City was given its name after the building of the Panama Canal as formerly it was known as Harrison. It is located in Bay County, between Pensacola and Tallahassee, in the Florida Panhandle. Panama City is a popular beach resort with atmosphere congenial to beach lifestyle, outdoor activities and entertainment. There is no such thing here as weather inclemency with average air temperature of 78 degrees and 320 average days of sunshine annually. Well, the only danger are hurricanes and you always watch the summer forecast before visiting the place, but it is a rare phenomenon, as you know. Don’t panic as everything in Panama City is about relaxation and having some good, laid-back time without the usual urban worried consciousness. No matter how long you stay, you will feel it’s just get into this feeling that constitutes the Panama’s spirit.
The city was found in 1936 and today it has a population of about 36,500 people and covers an area of 35.4 sq. m. (91.8 km2). Its 27 miles of beaches make it an attractive destination and its resorts and condos provide all amenities that will make you feel at home. More than 18,000 units cater for visitors and provide oceanfront views and everything that you may think of when hearing the words “Vacation in Florida”. You know it’s abundant with attraction and opportunities for outdoor activities. It’s actually one of the hubs of Florida entertainment scene. There are theme and fun parks, but also cultural venues where you can visit concerts and performances. Annual events include the Bay Point Billfish Invitational Tournament, the Gulf Cost Triathlon, the Indian Summer Seafood Festival, and more. The most prominent places are Gulf World Marine Park, Shipwreck Island Water Park, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, the Emerald Coast Mirror Maze Continue reading “Panama City, Florida – Hub of Florida Lifestyle”