If you enjoy hiking high in the tops of the mountains or explore the underwater world then Dominica is the place to go for those who prefer hiking boots over high heels and are content with a night life where the music is just the murmur of the forest. Dominica has a surprisingly long drive for such a small island, so it’s best to pick a point or two to explore instead of bouncing. If you can do in the mountains (hiking, bird watching, looking for hidden pools and waterfalls) or water (diving, snorkeling, kayaking), you can do in Dominica. Do not miss the ancient forests of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, home of another Boiling Lake and the spectacular Trafalgar Falls.

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In some sandy beaches, but most require a little courage to find and generally there are only a few housing options near maximum. There are no direct international flights and island hopping it takes to get here has kept the packages in the bay. The locals are very friendly, it’s almost fun to lose just to have an excuse to approach people on their portals. Since some of the largest cities in the Caribbean are definitely fear in the capital, Roseau, locals often prevent visitors only wish you a good visit. Rasta culture is strong, and offended by the sight of the Rastafarians take their sacrament may have to cover their eyes once or twice. Dominica is also home to about 2,200 Caribs, the only pre-Columbian population remaining in the eastern Caribbean.



Layou River, Dominica’s longest, flows into the sea just south of Layou, in the center of the west coast. A popular place for swimming in fresh water when it is running strong. North of the river are the gray sand Layou pristine Mero Beach


The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against all travel to be Syria and those in the country out by commercial media. Please ask your government for more information.

Syria has more than its fair share of important historical sites. The ancient cities of Damascus, Aleppo and Bosra are all listed on the World Heritage List as a stunningly beautiful city is the ruins of Palmyra. Mighty Crusader castles, labyrinthine souks of medieval jewelry, like the houses of Damascus and sacred Umayyad mosques are just some of the delights on offer, there are many more for those who are willing to look. Best of all is the fact that these monuments are often part of the fabric of everyday life – the cult of the local mosques, shopping in markets, drinking tea houses and picnic in the ruins. And travelers are happy to be added.

Speaking of picnics brings us to the piece de resistance when it comes to a Syrian and Journ – food. The national cuisine is simply superb, so come with a big appetite. You are required to be filled in many ways when they finally tear away.


Tartus, Syria’s second port, is a small, ungainly that it is unlikely to set pulses racing, but what makes for a visit pleasant overnight. Main attraction of the city are the compact remnants of the Old City (known by the Crusaders in Tortosa), a fascinating little maze. There is also the island once fortified Arwad, located offshore a few miles and arrive by boat or water taxi. Syrian Tartus love for its beaches, but visitors brave enough to pick through the trash in the sand and swim to take into account the occasional dribble of sewage into the sea.

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Surely many remember the fabulous family comedy, Gilligan’s Island, which aired on television during the 70′s and 80′s, where a group of castaways, very funny they were lost in the fictional island somewhere in Hawaii, feeding with the fruits that the island provided them home and armed with canes.

The fact that this place exists in Puerto Rico, and it is a wonderful tourist destination to enjoy a royal summer vacation in the Caribbean. Gilligan’s Island or Cayo Aurora is part of Guánica Biosphere Reserve.

This key is five minutes by boat from the coast, near the town of Guanica. The beach surrounding the cay is precious and shallow, making it perfect for the whole family. There are abundant mangroves and fish of different species.

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On the island you can go snorkeling, kayaking, sightseeing around the island, or just relax and enjoy the wonderful natural environment and beautiful beaches.

There are two channels that are about ten feet deep perfect for swimming, but be careful of the jellyfish there. In terms of services the island has picnic areas, barbecues and toilets.


“It’s going to heaven if you want – I’d rather stay here in Bermuda.” Then came out of Mark Twain in the 19th century, and the promise of sun and sand Bermuda still attracts tourists to its shores. These days celebrities like Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, call Bermuda home, and millionaire executives pop for a little R & R. The island makes for a nice vacation getaway. If you are looking for peace and tranquility, Bermuda has pampering resorts to soothe your soul. Romantic hotels atmospheric find canopy beds and candlelight dinners. Or maybe you want to really let loose. Jump on a bike and let the wind whip through your hair. Go out in town and dance the night away in the seaside capital, the city of Hamilton.

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The island is surrounded by a coral reef fish that holds great colors and has trapped tens of shipwrecks, so diving and snorkeling memorable places like Elbow Beach in Paget Parish. On the other hand, the crystalline waters of Southampton Parish provided perfect conditions for kayaking and sailing. The offerings to the land are splendid too. You can play a game in a field of world class golf, walking paths of peace and bask in glorious pink sand beaches. Or stroll through the twisted streets of the colonial settlement of San Jorge, the oldest town in Britain to survive in the New World, which is so well preserved that it has become a World Heritage site.

Bermuda has a mild climate that is comfortable all year round and the friendly people who easily strike up conversations with strangers. And there are plenty of distinctive local color as well, a landscape of tidy pastel houses attractive to employers dressed in shorts.


Almost everything in Bermuda revolves around the city of Hamilton. Whether you’re talking politics, trade and geography, Hamilton is the center of everything. This is where people go to attend to business, do some serious shopping or spend a night on the town.