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.
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.
The Republic of Palau is inimitable. Most tourists who come here like to spend their time underwater, Palau is one of the most spectacular in the world of diving. It has coral reefs, blue holes, wrecks in war, hidden caves and tunnels, steep vertical over 60 to play with, and a surprising range of corals, fish and rare creatures of the sea. There are also some direct miracles of evolution, giant clams that weigh a quarter ton, for example, and a lake full of 21 million softly pulsating, stingless jellyfish.
But you do not have to get wet to enjoy Palau. In the land of the republic includes the richest flora and fauna of Micronesia: exotic birds want around the islands, crocodiles glide through mangroves and orchids sprout profusely in the backyards. The archipelago of Palau is diverse, encompassing the polyglot state of Koror, the beautiful rocky islands, the second largest island of Micronesia, Babeldaob (land that PT forgot?), Peleliu, once ravaged by war, now just stunning, quiet, small Angaur, coral atolls and Kayangel Ngeruangel, and the remote islands of the South-West.
Stir in some of the most sociable of Micronesia (and responsible) people, and it is not surprising that parts of the palace known as the “principle of everything,” a template of the rest of the world would do well to follow.
On this responsibility: Palacio love a good acronym, socially conscious, and can be seen everywhere on signs and billboards, as “WAVE – all kinds of customers with enthusiasm” or “STARS – Initiate treatment of symptoms associated with alcohol. ” You could find yourself in this game, too. And maybe get to the same conclusion as us, that the name of this country itself is an acronym: “Palau Islands: Lovely and unique.”