Graced with beautiful private white-sand beaches bleached white by the year-round sun and surrounded by turquoise waters filled with varied and colourful sea life, the Bahamas is a mecca for divers, sailors and sun-worshippers alike. Although often thought to be part of the Caribbean, the Bahamas is actually an archipelago of 700 islands with thousands of small 'cays' strung out in the ocean starting 55 miles from Miami in the Atlantic Ocean.
Due to its proximity to the US, the Bahamas has become an offshore banking and financial center. Tourism however remains the Bahamas most important industry with most resorts located in the Nassau area. The long stretches of empty beaches, clear waters and excellent facilities have made the Bahamas a popular destination throughout the year and the varied attractions of each of the islands ensure that there is something for everyone.
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From a pulsing reggae beat to the waves lapping the white-sand beachs, from volcanos to casinos, all kinds of water sports to great golf and tennis, the Caribbean has something for any traveler. Whether you’re looking for an active adventure or a relaxing escape, a spectacular honeymoon suite or a quiet retreat, a ritzy golf resort and spa or a kid-friendly family resort, you’ll find it in the Caribbean.
From fantastic fishing to Incredible snorkeling and scuba diving. Great tennis facilities. Incomparable sailing and windsurfing. Casinos, shows, and discos. Mothwatering cuisine, including Nuevo Latino, West Indian, and French plus local fare and all kinds of seafood concoctions. Beautiful scenery in the Caribbean ranges from white-sand beaches to jungle-like forests.
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Known for its spectacular natural beauty and biodiversity, Costa Rica boasts over 15 different ecosystems with dramatic changes in landscapes, climate and nature. Magnificent beaches stretch for miles along an unspoiled coastline; high in the mountains, cool and pristine cloud forests are alive with mysterious sounds and below splendid tropical rain forests are packed with life.
Costa Rica is famous for its progressive approach to conservation and is a prime eco-tourism destination in Central America due to its wealth of protected areas. Over 25 percent of Costa Rica is protected, spread between 75 different national parks, wildlife refuges and biological reserves.
In such a small geographical area it is surprising how much there is to see and do in Costa Rica. There are activities to suit all travelers and any interests, from action to relaxation. These include surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling and sunbathing, horseback riding, hiking and wildlife, deep sea fishing, white water rafting, or river cruises. One can also simply enjoy a soak in the hot springs. The best all inclusive resorts are located in the Guanacaste area in the Northwest portion of Costa Rica on the Pacific ocean.
Travellers are also drawn to the country because of the endearing Tico, as Costa Ricans are known, hospitality. Costa Ricans are known for their incredible gregariousness and delightful ability to cater to guests - whether pointing out the right direction or cooking a typical authentic meal, they will be full of smiles and warmth. All this together with easy accessibility and an efficient infrastructure makes Costa Rica the jewel of Central America and a gem of a vacation destination.
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The Pacific coast of Mexico contains some of Mexico's well known beach resorts as well as other lesser-known, beautiful spots and small coastal villages, backed by sweeping jungles that reach down to the clear blue waters of the Pacific.
Known as the Mexican Riviera, the central coast of Mexico has International beach resort areas like Acapulco and Puerto Vallarta, excellent seafood and a large selection of adventure tourism attractions and activities, and is one of the leading resort destinations in the country. Miles of palm trees, golden beaches and picturesque bays, excellent surf, active nightlife, elegant dining and luxury accommodation are the main focus of this part of Mexico.
From Mazatlán in the north, the 'Pearl of the Pacific', to the exhilarating action of the famous La Quebrada divers of Acapulco, bird watching near the small fishing village of San Blas and the jade green waters of Puerto Escondido, Mexico's Pacific coastal region holds something for everyone, whether you are looking for action or relaxation.
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The Mexican Yucatán is quite different from the rest of Mexico; There is a distinct change in the landscape, people and architecture as one crosses into the Mayan realm. The atmosphere is more relaxed and tranquil, and the legacy of an ancient people is evident in the scattering of ruins within the encroaching jungle. It is an area known for its white sand beaches, magnificent coral reefs and diving opportunities on the Mexican Caribbean coast, as well as for the region's Mayan ruins: the extraordinary Mayan temples and ceremonial centres of an ancient kingdom.
The Mayan peninsula is an area of great diversity, from tropical jungle and rainforest, flat and hot countryside dotted with Mayan villages, a beautiful coastline with popular resorts and islands, a number of archaeological sites, and fantastic colonial towns.
Once distant and inaccessible, tourism has made advances especially around the major places of interest, to the Mayan sites of Chichén Itzá and Uxmal, and along the most visited stretch of the coast incorporating the lively atmosphere of Cancún, the quieter Riviera Maya, and the islands of Cozumel and Isla Mujeres. These resorts and islands have become very popular package tour destinations with up-scale vacation facilities.
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