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British Virgin Islands – Caribbean Travel Destination

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The British Virgin Islands, or the BVI as they are popularly known, comprise of more than sixty islands and cays, many of them are tiny and uninhabited. The inhabited islands are the most visited ones, and thanks to its charm and appeal, the British Virgin Islands have become a famous tourist destination in the Caribbean. The economy of BVI continues to be stable and strong, thanks to its tourism that acts as major contributor to the region’s affluence. Among the ... Read More »

Anguilla, Caribbean – Travel Guide

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Anguilla, a once British colony and once inhabited by people of African descent, is an island that sits in the Eastern Caribbean on the east side of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. It is an island that is easy and casual, embraced by natural beauty and housed by warm and welcoming locals. With its pleasant appeal and attractive features, Anguilla Island has become a world-famous destination in no time. The economy of this quiet and tranquil island hugely depends ... Read More »

Kauai, Hawaii – Travel Guide

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Kauai, nestled in the north-west part of the major islands of Hawaii, is the region’s oldest island. Best known for its lush greens, vibrant blossoming flowers and tropical attributes, there is no wondering why Kauai is tagged as Hawaii’s Garden Island. Some parts of Kauai are only accessible by air or sea, which tickles one’s imagination of what is in store in the island. Being the oldest of all the islands of Hawaii, it gave Kauai ample time to grow ... Read More »

The Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, Caribbean

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The Grand Cayman is the largest among the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean Sea. It is a tropical paradise suitable for water lovers, snorkelers and scuba enthusiasts. Its tons of attractions, mostly heavenly beaches, make Grand Cayman a favorite destination of anyone seeking sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of city life. So many tourists are coming here every year mostly because of the breathtaking beaches and crystal clear water. The climate here is tropical marine comprising of warm, ... Read More »

St-Martin / St Maarten, Caribbean – Travel Guide

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St. Martin is an island in the northeastern part of the Caribbean. This island is both a part of France and Netherlands and because of that, the island is better known as St-Martin / St Maarten. By far, this is the smallest island that is divided between two territories. Princess Juliana International Airport serves as the main entry point to St. Martin, and for private flights, there is an airport in the north near Grand Case. In the recent years, ... Read More »

Aruba, Caribbean – Travelers Guide

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Aruba is found about 15 miles north of Venezuela coast. Together with Curacao and Bonaire, it is referred as the ABC Islands, and together with other Dutch Islands found in the Caribbean, it forms the Netherlands Antilles otherwise known as Dutch Caribbean. Defined by just 100,000 inhabitants and the lack of major cities, it is easy to conclude that Aruba is such a tranquil place. The island is flat, with few hills and no rivers, yet a paradise of white ... Read More »

Nashville, Tennessee – Travel Guide

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Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee, situated on the Cumberland River in the state’s north central part. Because of the substantial contribution it gives the music industry, most particularly the country music, Nashville has become the ‘’Country Music Capital of the World.’’ In recent years, Nashville has proven itself as more than just a music city—it is a city where culture meets history, where natural beauty effortlessly blend with urbanization without stripping away its relaxed and laid-back atmosphere. The ... Read More »

Charleston, South Carolina – Travel Guide

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Ranked in the country as one of the most visited cities, Charleston is the oldest and the 2nd largest state of the southeastern South Carolina. The city, whose name signifies the honor to King Charles II of England, is known for its highly-preserved historical structures of almost hundred years old which create a majestic character as the surrounds exude a nostalgic air. It is a seaport city where two prominent rivers’ peninsula, Ashley and Cooper, is where the downtown is ... Read More »

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