Costa Rica

Arenal Volcano at Dusk

Costa Rica is a small Central American country in that is bordered to the north by Nicaragua, and to the south by Panama. It has roughly 800 miles of coastline, with the Pacific Ocean lying to the west, and the Caribbean to the east. The country boasts an impressive collection of national parks and protected areas that covers nearly 25% of the country’s land area. Costa Rica is also known as a hotspot for ecotourism, with a stunning array of


Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman Island

The Cayman Islands are made up of three small islands just south of Cuba in the Caribbean. Grand Cayman is the largest and where most tourists visit when travelling to the Cayman Islands. The two other smaller islands are Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. While Grand Cayman offers the most variety of tourist attractions the two smaller islands are not to be forgotten. The most popular time to visit the Cayman Islands is during the winter months from November to



Bermuda Waterfront

Bermuda is a popular tourist destination in the northern Caribbean region of the Atlantic Ocean. From the state of North Carolina in the United States, Bermuda lies to the east. It was once a British colony but is now its own autonomous territory. The island is divided into nine main regions, which are known locally as parishes. Each parish boasts unique activities and attractions for tourists, from the historic St. George Parish on the eastern end of the island to



Bottom Bay, Barbados

Barbados is an island located in the Caribbean off the northeast coast of Venezuela. The country was colonized the British in 1627, and thus is portrayed as the “Little Britain” of the Caribbean. The country became independent in 1966 thanks to many social and political reforms that occurred in the 1940s and 1950s. Eventually, tourism exceeded the sugar industry as the country’s most important economic industry. Barbados has developed into a very stable democracy, and it has an extremely high



Tropical Caribbean Harbor Marina and Yacht in the Bahamas

The Bahamas is a group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It is officially known as The Commonwealth of the Bahamas and it encompasses a total of 2000 islands, most of which are small and formed above coral reefs. The actual name Bahamas is a word of Spanish descent that was given to the archipelago and describes its shallow waters. The Bahamas was first inhabited by Arawak natives, who were present when explorer Christopher Columbus first arrived in the year



Catamaran docked at pier at sunset on Aruba, Caribbean

Aruba is an island in the Caribbean that lies approximately 15 miles off of the coast of Venezuela in South America. It was colonized by the Dutch, but is now a dependent but autonomous colony of the Netherlands. The entire island is only 19.6 miles long and 6 miles across, so it is not a large landmass. It is a relatively flat country without any rivers; however, its beaches are world-renowned. The climate is tropical, with a constant temperature of around



English Harbour and Falmouth Harbor, Antigua, Caribbean

Antigua is a destination in the Caribbean made up of two islands, known as Antigua and Barbuda. It is well-known around the world for its sandy beaches and picturesque coastal vistas. Many people visit Antigua every year to relax and soak up the sun. The country has been a hotspot for tourists since gaining independence from Britain in 1981. The entire country only has one city, called St. John’s. The main language spoken on both islands is English. Getting Around


South Pacific Cruises

Cruise ship in tropical paradise

Many travelers become captivated by the beauty and mystery of the South Seas. Indeed, the region has been described as a veritable utopia on Earth. It’s a popular romantic destination for honeymooners and a person could gaze on the aquamarine seas for a long time from the tropical coastline. The people and culture are known for their fascinating qualities and beauty. Although it may seem too good to be true, many believe that the region offers perfection in every respect.


South America Cruises

Sugarloaf mountain

South American cruises are rapidly becoming one of the world’s most popular cruise voyages. Indeed, as a destination, South America has a lot to offer both on and off land. Cruise-goers can be captivated by rugged terrain, untouched fjords, vibrant cities, mountains that disappear into the clouds, some of the world’s largest rainforests, and a land rich in indigenous history. South America is a giant continent, which extends from the equator to near the Antarctic region. It is home to


Mexican Cruises

Cancun beach view from turquoise Caribbean

The Mexican Riviera is a rapidly rising cruise destination, and it is becoming known as an alternative option to the Caribbean. Mexico has thousands of miles of Pacific coast which attracts tourists and celebrities alike. The 1960s film “Night of the Iguana” prompted Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton to buy a seaside villa, while the 1970s television show “The Love Boat” used the scenic ports as a backdrop, bringing the Mexican Riviera and towns such as Cabo San Lucas and

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