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Located at the southern tip of Florida, Florida Keys is one of the popular tourist destinations in the United States. If you’re dreaming of a relaxing vacation near clear blue ocean while holding a margarita in your hands, you might want to consider visiting Florida Keys tourist attractions. You’ll be surprise of the many wonderful places you can visit in this area.
The great thing about the attractions you’ll find in Florida Key is that it gives a laid-back ambience. This is a great place where you can truly relax and leave the worries of the real world. Look forward to various activities when you visit Florida Keys. Shipwreck exploration in the reef, salt-water fishing and experiencing cultural events are just some of the things you can do when you visit Florida Keys tourist attractions.
If you enjoy the marine life, you’ll definitely have fun vacationing in Florida Keys. Enjoy the Tuna, Bonefish, Sharks and Snapper when you visit Florida Keys. Even if you are a beginner, you can still experience Florida Keys’ “hand at deep-sea fishing” with their guides and charters that are always available to guide you. Backcountry fishing is also famous in Florida Keys if you are a pro who is interested in testing the water. You can also experience the marine life in Florida Keys through various water activities, such as diving and snorkeling. Through these activities, you will definitely adore the view of coral reefs and shipwrecks. Even if you have no experience in these activities, you can still enjoy it because Florida Keys tourist attractions offer training for novice divers and snorkelers.
Florida Keys is not only for marine lovers. Those who prefer land activities can also enjoy this tourist destination. The Florida Keys is also famous for their cultural events and other land attractions. Some of these include Paradise Ballet Theatre, The Studios of Key West, Key West Symphony Orchestra and The Tennessee William Theater. For art and culture lovers, Florida Keys tourist attractions can definitely offer you the best in the country.
So if you want to have a vacation worth remembering, be sure to visit Florida Keys. With its famous tourist destinations, it is no wonder why many tourists visit this location.
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It’s been a long time since I updated this site again. I tell myself to get on it but it just doesn’t happen. I shot a nice king the other day and took a photo so I figured I would make a report. Commercial diving doesn’t really lend itself to fishing reports. For one when […]
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While many people who think about the spectacular water and beaches of Bahamas, choose to go on holidays to the Bahamas for the crystal blue waters, white sandy beaches and popular resorts Bahamas, others who think about the splendor that inhabits the interior of these islands, come to the islands for an entirely different reason: the inland where has from wildlife to flora to waterfalls.
Taking a hike on any of the islands in the Bahamas isn’t necessarily about the final destination, but rather more about what you might see on your journey to get there. The nature walk guides will know exactly what to look for and can point out all of the local wildlife that you might not notice. If you feel really brave you can feel free to hike around the islands yourself, just be sure you know how to get back to where you started. You should also maintain a healthy respect for nature and keep to the paths. You will find iguanas, parrots and orchids around every corner, so make sure to bring your camera on your all inclusive holiday.
If you aren’t sure where to start, your resort will most likely be able to point you in the direction of the most popular hiking paths. Andros Island is a great place to get started. On this island you can find deserted beaches, mangrove marshes, pine forests and a fresh water reservoir that can all be found on a day hike here. Here you can also take guided nature walks, bird watching and kayaking tours to your hearts delight. This island is made up of harsh terrain in spots, making it a good choice if you are looking for a little bit of a challenge along the way.
One of the most beautiful hikes in the Bahamas is a trek to the highest point above sea level. You will find this point at Mount Alvernia on Cat Island. At 203 feet above sea level you will find a religious retreat, a small monastery built by hand. The view from this point will be breathtaking and could make for a great place to have a picnic lunch, so come prepared. If you are more into bird watching you should head over to the Small Hope Bay Lodge on Andros Island. Nature walks guided by the Nature Conservancy will have you seeing birds you’d never dreamed of seeing. Just make sure to get the most of your all inclusive travel deals and see more of the island than just the seashore.
Start off your Bahamas vacation right by booking a stay at one of the Breezes all inclusive holiday packages. While the all inclusive resorts Bahamas are some of the finest you should venture out and experience the island you are staying on. With so many all inclusive travel deals at Breezes you can’t afford not to go!
Well just got back from a trip to La Paz Mexico, and as usual it was pretty awesome. I kind of flailed on writing reports for the trip: fishing reports always come out best if you write them immediately after the fishing trip. I really love that city and that part of the world, I […]
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The Bahamas officially the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, is a nation consisting of 29 islands, 661 cays, and 2,387 islets (rocks). It is located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti), northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and southeast of the United States (nearest to the state of Florida).
The island of New Providence is home to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. New Providence houses 70% of the country’s residents and is the center of economic and government activity. Although much business happens on New Providence, it isn’t all hard work and no play. Nassau is home to many resorts, including several luxury all-inclusive accommodations. One of the most popular resorts, however, isn’t a mega hotel. Compass Point Beach Resort is easy to spot, just look for the rows of beachfront “huts” painted in bright colors. It is described as a resort done “Bahamas style,” Compass Point is a great choice for those looking for an authentic Bahamas vacation without the glitz and glam of a traditional resort. The comfortable rooms will make your Bahamas vacation feel more like staying in a well-appointed guest room at a friend’s beach house than a resort room.
Paradise Island is linked to New Providence Island by a bridge. Worth at least a few hours, if not your entire stay, the world-famous Atlantis Resort is located on Paradise Island. This mega resort has some of the most expensive rooms in the world and is a lot like a miniature beach-front Las Vegas in the middle of the Caribbean. The Atlantis has grandiose architecture, faux Mayan ruins, huge aquariums full of thousands of species of sea life, and the largest casino in the entire Caribbean, with 50,000 square feet of lavish decor and nearly 1,000 slot machines. Spas, nightclubs, and restaurants are on par with anything you could find in a Vegas hotspot. A guided tour of the mega resort is available and may be worth your while if you’re just visiting rather than staying on the property.
The smaller and fewer populous islands in the Bahamas are collectively known as the “Out Islands.” These islands have a lot of personality and great attractions, and are well worth at least a day trip on your Bahamas vacation. The Exuma island chain is about 120 miles southeast of Nassau. Comprised of Great Exuma, Little Exuma, and the Exuma Cays, the beaches and waters are extremely pristine and have been set aside by the government as a national park. Great Exuma has comparatively fewer resorts than some of the main islands given its small size, but all are highly rated. St. Francis Resort, for example, sits on a bright white-sand beach and offers a laid-back home away from home. Rooms are a second away from the beach, where lizards and crabs take advantage of the island’s largely unpopulated coastlines. Because the Exuma Islands are so isolated, diving sites are especially pristine. Mystery Cave is a particularly popular destination, especially for experienced divers. Visited by famous explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, it is a “blue hole,” or underwater sinkhole. While visiting the Great Exuma, stop for dinner at Santanna’s Grill Pit featuring fresh, locally caught lobster and conch.
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Over thirty years ago originally from the Caribbean, my mother followed her own mother to the United States because of better opportunities in terms of career as well as diversity and travel…My mother has two children later over three decades and now she holds dual citizenship in both the United States as well as the island in the Caribbean.
While she doesn’t fly back home quite as often as she would like (due to how expensive flights are nowadays), it is still somewhat surprising to see how popular her country as well as other countries in the Caribbean have become to American tourists as well as other international travelers abroad. Because of its beautiful surroundings and miles of untouched natural beauty in the form of pristine beaches and wildlife, the Caribbean is one of the top (if not the top) destinations to vacation in the world. Besides this, recent trends have indicated that many retirees are actually beginning to call the Caribbean ‘home’ as they look for a place that is more conducive to relaxing.
One of the other major appeals of the Caribbean is the weather. Sure, hurricanes may be a problem during certain times of the year, but this is something that no one is exactly ‘immune’ to. Rather, most people tend to focus on the sheer beauty and tranquility that the Caribbean offers, and many young couples who are just married, looking to renew vows or are simply looking to get away to have some time to themselves, look upon the Caribbean as the perfect escape from the busy hustle and bustle lifestyles that so many of us lead. Some of the countries that are prominently featured when thinking of or considering the Caribbean include (but are certainly not limited to) the following: Antigua, Bermuda, Jamaica, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominican Republic, etc.
Whether it is your first time traveling overseas or not, prices for flights to any one of the countries in the Caribbean are usually pretty pricey (though this may vary according to the season that you are in). For instance, you may find that the prices for flights to the Caribbean are more expensive during the winter time because this is a prime time during the year when people are looking to escape the cold weather. However, this does not mean that just because the summer time is warm that less people travel to the Caribbean. In fact, it is quite the opposite. Keep in mind that during the summer months, this is still a popular time when most full-time working adults have vacation. Also, it is a time of the year when the vast majority of children have off from school.
In addition to flying, lots of people opt to take cruise ships or vacation cruise liners that depart from various points along the eastern coast of the United States. Typically, a cruise like this will last anywhere from 3 days or more depending on the number of stops that it makes as well as where it is departing from.
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Imagine it. You’ve arrived in a city completely unlike your own, late at night, with no where to stay and no idea of where to go. Far, far away from home you know no one, or nothing of this new, but potentially interesting place, so where do you stay and what do you do.
Hospitality comes in many forms, but, if you head to the nearest internet café to search you will find that one of the most unusual forms of hospitality comes in the guise of Couch Surfing. Couch Surfing is a phrase coined literally meaning to sleep on friends couches, sofa’s, settee’s or whatever you call them in lieu of a bed that you don’t own. Often people in between tenancies or temporarily homeless will couch surf for a few weeks.
Since 2001 Couch Surfing has become a worldwide phenomena with over 2 million members. Members register their details on a website inviting overseas travellers to stay at their hospitality for a few days, in return when the host goes travelling, they become the Couch Surfer on someone else’s couch in a different country, and so the cycle of goodwill and hospitality begins.
There are members from all over the world from Orlando to Oman, and thousands of success stories. Security-wise it has proven to be a safe option for anyone including lone females, as all members are required to verify their identification and previous Couch Surfers will post stories and experiences of the places they have stayed on the website. It is cheap – it costs nothing but the host’s hospitality, and maybe a bottle of wine or a box of chocolates from the visitor.
One impressed Couch Surfing guest, then host is Kirsten from Sydney, Australia: “I had joined Couch Surfing before setting off for Europe and when I was travelling Germany I found it the perfect way to see Munich. I arranged to stay with two guys, who cooked me a fabulous dinner and showed me the sights of the city, which as a tourist you just wouldn’t see. They were knowledgeable and absolutely fun. It was an experience I would definitely recommend.”
In return for the hospitality given to her by the German’s, and to pass on the good karma that couch surfing is all about, Kirsten played host to Nicola from Chicago, USA: “I was studying in Melbourne and really wanted to see Sydney for a few days before I went home. Being a student I was pretty broke, so I checked out Couch Surfing and found Kirsten. I stayed with her for a few days and it was so much fun, seeing the sights and living the Australian life, with Australians rather than with other travellers with whom it’s a very different experience.” Nicola played host to visitors to Chicago later that year, and, as Couch Surfing intended, the cycle of hospitality continues.
So when you’re stuck in a foreign land and need a place to stay, or just a friendly face to show you around, or if you’d like to show someone your own hometown, remember the altruistic hospitality of Couch Surfing, and surf away.
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