Carib’s extraordinary popularity among tourists is easily explained: the warm sea all year round, the fabulous beauty of nature, a decent level of service, an extensive selection of hotels (for every taste and budget) and a huge “menu” of various entertainments: interesting excursions, an abundance of historical and natural attractions, water and “Land” sports, restaurants, discos, night clubs.
A distinctive feature of the Caribbean region is a large selection of diverse leisure options: each state here has its own “specialization”.
For example, in Barbados, English national traditions were firmly rooted in life, the rest here is mostly measured and calm. Continue reading
The Caribbean (Spanish Mar Caribe; English Caribbean Sea) – one of the most beautiful tropical seas, part of the Atlantic Ocean. The marginal semi-enclosed sea is bounded by Central and South America from the south and west, and by the Antilles from the east and north (thanks to which the sea has a second name – Antilles).
In the north-west, the sea through the Yucatan Strait (Spanish Yucatán Channel) communicates with the Gulf of Mexico; through many inter-island straits – with the Atlantic Ocean; and in the southwest, through the artificially constructed 80 kilometer waterway (Panama Canal) – with the waters of the Pacific Ocean. The region where the Caribbean Sea is located is known as the Caribbean. The coasts of the following countries are washed by sea waters: in the south – Colombia, Venezuela and Panama; in the Continue reading
Saint Lucia is a small island nation washed by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches and exotic groves, mineral springs and SPA centers using the island’s natural volcanic resources, a unique underwater world and, finally, the world wide the famous jazz festival is what turned St. Lucia into a center of elite tourism.
Saint Lucia will offer you a variety of tropical fruits grown in wide fertile valleys: mangoes, bananas, coconuts, cocoa, oranges and grapes fill the island with sweet smells. And not a single travel guide will forget to compare the shape of the island itself with the mango fruit. Continue reading