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Exploring the bahamas islands

Exploring the Bahamas Islands

Bahamas is a great place for water and land sports. You will enjoy swimming in its crystal blue waters, bask in their pristine beaches and enjoy shopping in their world class boutiques.

The instant your feet get in contact with the sand and you fix your eyes on the crystal blue waters, you know you have finally reached the beautiful islands of the Bahamas. It is the feeling of calmness that emanates that makes you immediately sense belonging. It is finding out that your exit from the daily grind of work is your entrance to paradise. Welcome to the islands of the Bahamas

The islands of the Bahamas are a group of tropical islands situated approximately fifty miles off the coast of Florida. It is made up of seven hundred islands sprinkled around 100,000 square miles of clear blue ocean. It is the sight of around 2,000 breath taking caves. The Bahamas is an ecological oasis featuring its clear blue waters, which has a visibility unequaled in the world. The island of the Bahamas is also where you can find the world’s third biggest barrier reef.

Places to Stay In the Islands
The Bahamas is for everyone. It is for those who love to explore underwater caves. It is for those who love to dive, swim or go snorkeling. It is also for those who love to go shopping. Bahamas is suitable for every adventure you want.

The Bahamas features several comfortable accommodations for you. You can choose from cottages, inns, lodges, resorts, hotels and villas that can be found all over the islands. No matter how much your budget is, or your preference, you can find a spot tailored to your taste. All of the accommodations are comfortable and comes with the kind and friendly service that Bahamian people are known for.

Water Sports
Unless you have visited the islands of the Bahamas, you have not really experienced the underwater world. It is the only place on earth where the visibility of the water reaches 200 feet. You will be amazed of how clear the water is. You can easily explore ship wrecks around the islands, spot dolphins and be amaze at the different schools of fish that you can see. Whether you are in to sailing, boating, snorkeling, diving, kayaking or fishing, The Bahamas really is the best place in the world to do them all.

Activities on Land
In the islands of the Bahamas the fun does not stop just because you stepped out of the water. Here you can explore beautiful plantations and magnificent forts that both embody the rich history of Bahamas. Get to see West Indian flamingos up close and feast on unique Bahamas dishes. There are casinos where you could try your luck. You can spend a quiet afternoon playing golf.

Bahamas Attractions
The Blue Lagoon Island will take you on a wild sea adventure. A boat will take you to the middle of the sea where you will find a lot of wild dolphins. You will be allowed to swim for thirty minutes to be able to interact with the dolphins up close. It also features an Observer Program where guests can watch a dolphin show. These are trained dolphins that could dance and do choreographed jumps to the delight of the audience.

Another adventure worth trying is in Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas. After the dolphins, this time you encounter sharks. You will experience swimming with sharks while being assisted by professionals. They have diving gears for rent if you do not have one. Stuart Cove pioneered the other shark dive expeditions that sprouted in other parts of the world.

Beach vacations for winter

Beach Vacations for Winter

During the winter months, finding a beach vacation spot can be a little difficult. It does not have to be, which is where this article will really come in handy. Below, you will find some resorts that offer a unique twist to your winter beach vacation.

1. Molokai Ranch and Lodge

On a white sand shore on the tiny Hawaiian island of Molokai, guests will stay in comfortable yet unique tents. Each double unit canvas bungalow sits on wooden platforms, offers queen size beds in one unit, twin beds in the other, solar powered lights, and a private bathroom with hot water showers.

The Molokai Ranch and Lodge offer over 54,000 acres, including seaside cliffs with very lush valleys. The outdoor activities here include sea kayaking, cultural hikes, mountain biking, and horseback rides. For the kids, the lodge offers nature walks, horse stables, tidal pools and Hawaiian arts and crafts.

2. Grand Wailea Resort and Spa of Hawaii

Long ago, a big swimming pool was enough to make guests happy. Now days, resorts compete in water activities such as lagoons, waterfalls, water slides, and even lazy rivers.

The Grand Wailea Resort offers several attractions, such as the 4,580 square foot Hibiscus pool, and the 25,700 square foot Canyon Activity pool which is great for families.

3. Atlantis Resort of the Bahamas

In the amazing water fun department is the unique Atlantis Resort and Spa on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Along with the beach, the Atlantis has eleven swimming pools, Mayan Temple water slides, and lazy river rides. The Atlantis also boasts an amazing marine habitat, with exhibit lagoons that house more than 50,000 sea animals.

4. Club Med Punta Cana

Over the last several years, the Dominion Republic has been working very hard to establish itself as a destination for families, with many all inclusive being built. This location has all the perks of a tropical resort plus stand out features that include kids programs, and other attractions that make Club Med Punta Cana one of the most unique beach vacation spots in the entire world.

5. Virgin Islands

The US Virgin Islands National Park is a very unique vacation spot with white sandy beaches, and lodging in comfortable tent cottages.

As with the Molokai Ranch, guest cottages are built on platforms and designed to be both attractive and comfortable. Each one has a sleeping area, bed linen, towels, kitchen utensils, stove, ice cooler, and even a private deck.

Water sports for the area include kayaking, wind surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. There is also an outdoor restaurant and a food store for those who want to cook from the privacy of their own room.

St thomas: no passport required

St Thomas: No Passport Required

Effective January 2007, all travelers to Latin America and the Caribbean will need a U.S. passport for air travel. The change comes as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security attempts to alleviate travel concerns about border security under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004. Unlike previous years when passports were not required for travel to the Caribbean, this upcoming travel season may provide headaches for many. As plenty of tourists may have planned family vacations or scheduled weddings unaware of the new passport rules, many analysts foresee a rush on new passport applications at the beginning of the year. Also, because this program will be in its first tourism season, there exists a strong possibility for delays beyond the outlined timeframes for passport applications. However, if you want to travel to the Caribbean quickly or without a passport, there is still a destination for you.

If you are still hoping to plan a spur-of-the-moment Caribbean getaway, say hello to St. Thomas. Regarding the newly-effective Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, the U.S. Government recently announced that the legislation will not affect travel to U.S. territories, including the U.S. Virgin Islands. As the heart of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas remains an excellent Caribbean destination, but also gains the honor of being one of the few destinations

As might be expected, the U.S. Virgin Islands are certainly pleased that American tourists will be able to visit anytime, without the formality of a passport. Pamela Richards, the Commissioner of Tourism for the islands, states that it is important to retain a “welcoming position as America’s Caribbean.” The welcome extends beyond St. Thomas, as well. The agreement allowing U.S. citizens to travel to St. Thomas, as if they were not leaving the country, also includes St. Thomas’ sister islands, St. Croix and St. John.

This news is certainly as important to business travelers as it is to tourists. The decision to treat the U.S. Virgin Islands as a domestic location under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative will ensure that important business relationships aren’t hindered by the difficulties of international travel or the need to acquire passports.

When planning your quick getaway to St. Thomas, you will probably want to spend some time duty-free shopping in Charlotte Amalie. The capital of the island, Charlotte Amalie is a charming colonial town filled with exquisite restaurants and luxury stores. You will also find a number of museums and historic sites scattered throughout the capital, offering a glimpse into the island’s rich Caribbean past.

For the traveler hoping to interact with aquatic life, the Coral World Ocean Park has been a longtime favorite. With over five acres of aquariums featuring the Caribbean’s most vibrant sea life and plenty of interactive programs, the Coral World Ocean Park is a great destination for families or any adventurous tourist. Another great activity for a quick getaway to St. Thomas is a ride on the Atlantis XV, a submarine allowing you to view pristine underwater habitats up close. To catch an aerial view you will never experience at home, venture to either Bluebeard’s Castle – a colonial watchtower overlooking the Caribbean – or St. Peter Mountain, both the highest peak in St. Thomas and another great area for shopping and dining.

If you are looking to get away, especially during these harsh winter months, why not try something a little different? Because if you are looking to visit the Caribbean on short notice – whether for business or a spur-of-the-moment vacation – St. Thomas now promises all the exotic allure of the Caribbean without the hassle of international travel.

Safari trip to colored canyon in nuweiba

Safari Trip to colored Canyon in Nuweiba

Our representative will pick you up from your hotel by 4×4 jeep driving towards the north about 170 km on paved road & 7 km on the desert. Arrive Nuweiba to take some photos of the splendid panorama of its port & the Bedouin tribes, also participants can witness the mountain of Saudi Arabia on the other side of Aqaba Gulf.
Arrive to canyon location then start to go down to the canyon to witness the wonderful natural colors of the rocks back to the main road to an oasis. Lunch during your tour. Back to Sharm El Sheikh.

Additional Information:


? Pick up services from your hotel in Sharm El Sheikh and return
? All transfers by 4×4 Jeep
? English speaking guide
? Lunch during your trip
? Mineral water on board the Jeep
? All taxes & service charge


? Any extras not mentioned in the program
? Tipping Kitty



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