British Virgin Islands
These sixty amazing islets are located between the Atlantic and the Caribbean. Very close to the United States, but away from crowds - this is what makes the British Virgin…

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Explore Orinoco and the Caribbean with Le Dumont-D'urville mega yacht
Features of the expedition: UNESCO World Heritage Sites: St. Lucia Island and Bridgetown Historic Center Meeting with the Varao tribe, whose name translates as “people of boats” An incredible variety…

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Day Tour to Saint Martin
Holidays on the island of Anguilla are a pleasant bliss of luxurious beaches and relaxation in the chic apartments of local hotels. However, if you want unrestrained fun of nightlife,…

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Day Tour to Saint Martin

Holidays on the island of Anguilla are a pleasant bliss of luxurious beaches and relaxation in the chic apartments of local hotels. However, if you want unrestrained fun of nightlife, excellent duty-free shopping in boutiques of world brands, explosive excitement of playing at the casino or real masterpieces of French cuisine, then your trip to the famous “two-faced” island – Saint-Martin is at your service!

First you have an interesting choice: enjoy a pleasant sea voyage or air travel with a unique opportunity to experience an unforgettable air attraction: landing at Princess Juliana Airport over the famous Maho Beach. The program of your stay on the “island of eternal holiday” completely depends on your preferences: on Saint-Martin there is entertainment for every taste! For example, you can rent the legendary Harley Davidson and go around the island with a breeze or visit a stunning butterfly farm, soar into the sky above the lagoon on the futuristic X-Jet Pack or have fun in the famous Waikiki on Orient Bay Beach. An awesome party in a stylish Sky Beach Bar with a real rooftop beach or in a star club – Le Shore Club! Continue reading

Travel to Haiti

To many people, Haiti appears as a scattered set of frightening stereotypes that can hardly be integrated into one whole: zombies, voodoo, taunton-makuti, Papa Doc and his son Baby Doc, poverty, civil war, permanent cyclones – and again zombies. All these terrible words have done their job – so far, Haiti remains one of the least visited countries in the world, although the climate favors tourism. Of course, not least this happens simply because all these stereotypes are not idle tales. In general, to love Haiti, you need to be born there. Or, at worst, overcoming fears, just to be there.

Four hours before departure, I sat down to watch George Romero’s old Zombie movie. I wanted to refresh my knowledge about the living dead. About their appearance, habits, habits and habits – about everything that can come in handy on a trip. On the screen, the zombies looked very scary. They tore people like candy wrappers. Continue reading

British Virgin Islands
These sixty amazing islets are located between the Atlantic and the Caribbean. Very close to the United States, but away from crowds - this is what makes the British Virgin…

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Roatan Island "The wrong country was called Honduras ..."
Honduras!!! Which of my peers did not dream of visiting here to find out once and for all, this or that country was called Honduras. I won’t say that I…

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The nature of Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius
The topography of Bonaire is fairly common in the southern Caribbean. A low (up to 241 m) island represents the top of the underwater elevations of the continental shelf that…

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