Havana was one of the most visited Cuban towns before the Communist revolution. Cuba reopened to tourism in the 1990s, and … Read more
Punta Cana is the name of a region in the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic. This region has coastline of sandy white beaches and to a “town” of the same name. It is located in the province of … Read more
Mauritius is a small island in the Indian Ocean, located east of Madagascar, NorthEast of Reunion and southeast of the Seychelles. Mauritius also controls Rodrigues Island and the remote, sparsely populated Agalega and Cargados Garayos (Saint Brandon) islands. It is a wonderful place for … Read more
The Gold Coast is a large urban area with a population of half million, administered by the Gold Coast City Council. A lot of tourists believe the high buildings and crowds of Surfers Paradise make the Gold Cost an overdeveloped ‘tourist trap’. Truth is, most of these buildings are local residential. The city also has many services and industries not directly related to tourism. The Gold Coast, that visitors are more familiar with, stretches along the coastal suburbs from Paradise Point to Tweed Heads (about 35km). Surfers Paradise, towards the northern end, is ideal for active vacation.
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The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral formation, located off the Pacific coast of Queensland, Australia. It is home to … Read more
The Dead Sea (Hebrew: Yam HaMelach) has its western coast in Israel and the West Bank. It is the lowest point in the world at 394.6 m below sea level. Currently, 25 km of … Read more