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Honduras

Like its neighbors, Honduras is undergoing major changes: a growing tourist economy (cruise in Roatan?), A scene of political growth, globalization and the whole thing, including maquilas, free trade agreements – heck, Sunlight day, including time-saving application for a second time. Honduras remains deeply rooted in a two-front war against gangs and HIV / AIDS. Illegal logging is becoming another concern (you know where this new mahogany chest of wine?) And a key issue between the growth of the environmental community in Honduras.

However, most Hondurans you’ll find are very relaxed, though not disinterested, certainly disinclined to do much more to be done in politics and world affairs. And apart from the people-pull, nature has its own drawcards here in Honduras. Kawai Jeannette National Park offers up white sand beaches, abundant howler monkeys and snorkel and Lake Yojoa in the lake region of Honduras has world class bird watching, waterfalls and national parks pending. Backpackers love Utila for its cheap food, accommodation and fantastic diving.

Honduras today is a place of change, too fast for those who want to remain the country ‘to discover’ too slow for those frustrated by the persistence of remnants of the days of the “Banana Republic”, whether undue influence foreign or lax enforcement of environmental laws. Hondurans take everything in stride, and travelers with an open mind and a little Spanish will find many fascinating conversations in the store.

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Seychelles

You are planning a trip to the Seychelles? What luck! Mother Nature was very generous with these 115 islands scattered in the Indian Ocean and spoiled rotten. Undoubtedly, the beaches are the big draw, and what beaches: exquisite ribbons of white sand lapped by topaz and supported by lush hills and glacis boulders. And not a crowd in sight.

What island has to go to? Do not worry about the mass decision. Whether it’s one of the three main islands of Praslin, La Digue or Mahé – its mountainous interior being home to Morne Seychelles National Park – or any remote island, you win the gold.

With an idyllic setting, the Seychelles is, as expected, a place of choice for a honeymoon. But there is more to do than simply cracking open a bottle of champagne with a loved one in a luxury hotel. Having earned a reputation as a paradigm of ecotourism, the Seychelles is a high point to watch birds and giant tortoises in their natural habitat. And a great living world is under the turquoise waters, calling divers of all levels. When you tire of the beaches that you can venture inland on jungle trails, enjoy a meal or enjoy the sublime calm tempo.
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And the time has come to spread the word: yes, this paradise is accessible to us all. At the top ultra-luxurious options, Seychelles has a lot of curious, accessible kitchen facilities and guest houses, often located in some of the best land. Although it remains an expensive destination, tourism authorities aim not millionaires, the promotion of these options in the economy. But never fear: the mass tourism that will never be.

Caribbean Beaches

caribbean beachesCaribbean beaches are undoubtedly among the best in the world. Whether in the continental countries of Central America, or the myriad of fantastic and mysterious islands, the Caribbean is home to many of the most stunning beaches in the world.

There are several reasons for that, which stand enters the average water temperature in the Caribbean is 27 ° C and does not change beyond 3 ° C. Another reason is that the water is so clear you can see marine animals even if they are several meters below the observer, whether you are diving as if being viewed from the surface. For completeness, the Caribbean offers the brilliant white sand of the world, and its water is also one of the world’s saltiest.

But in the rich history of the Caribbean, the beaches were not always what sparked global interest. Since Christopher Columbus discovered this area, and the Americas in 1492, because of its particular business the Caribbean was the epicenter of the activity of pirates who attacked ships of the major powers of the day: Spain, England and France, seeking substantial treasures. So Caribbean beaches are born under the tutelage of piracy, and that’s because of the countless legends of pirates and sunken treasure ghosts that surround this area of ​​the planet, giving Caribbean beaches even more interest.

As for the wildlife that inhabits the Caribbean Sea, this is rich and diverse: there are over 400 species of fish, many species of birds and many kinds of amphibians original, which increases the interest of the beaches in the area by the observation of such diversity offered by Caribbean beaches.

Barbados

Many Caribbean islands have beaches, but differs from Barbados is behind the waves and sand. No matter your budget or style, you can find a place to stay that suits you, whether cheap, quiet funky, or elegant. All the comforts of home are on hand if you want them as Barbados is one of the most developed islands in the region. The literacy rate is about 98% and the capital Bridgetown and the surrounding area are booming.

Travel Ideal Road Trip

Away from the luxury resorts on the west coast and south coast, well developed, however, is where you will find what makes the island special. Central Barbados has an undulating terrain of limestone hills and amidst this lush landscape are fascinating survivors of the colonial past. Large plantation homes show the richness of these settlers and face the brutality of the slave trade. Museums document this exciting story and several botanical gardens can exploit the beauty of the ideal growing conditions.

The wild Atlantic lashed the eastern coast is a legend among surfers, seeking action is wind-surfing, hiking, diving and more. Barbados is a great package, and despite its popularity, no problems to make it your own. Away from the glitz, is still a place of classic calypso rhythms, an island vibrates in time and world-renowned roms.
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Half a million people can not be wrong. This is the number of visitors attracted each year in Barbados, and does not take much time before you see why they come by air cargo: the shores are surrounded by the types of blue water and white sand visions that feed fantasies of the British, Americans and Canadians stuck shivering away in some climates snowy winter.