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The World’s Original Beach


How is that nature manages to combine colors and shapes in a way that even we find it hard to imagine? This question may arise when we look at pictures of the coast of the island of La Digue, the fourth largest island in the archipelago of Seychelles.

In Seychelles, there are beautiful and idyllic tropical beaches. But on the La Digue island, the beaches are unique. The rocks eroded in a manner that is so masterly, that it turns the landscape into a kind of masterpiece and a carved marvel. What makes this more beautiful is that it is combined with tones ranging from the turquoise sea, white sands and the lush green tropical vegetation.


Panglao Island, Bohol


Panglao is an island in the Philippines located in the Central Visayas, with an area of 80.5 sq. kilometers. Panglao’s terrain ranges from plain, hilly to mountainous.

Escape to a slice of paradise and experience Bohol’s celebrated sights and sounds in the island’s most luxurious beach resort. Come and marvel at a lush tropical landscapes embraced by clear, turquoise waters, and dazzling white-sand beaches. Indulge yourself and relax in world-class amenities while you’re pampered by warm and friendly staff.

From sun-kissed hills to underwater wonders to exotic wildlife, Bohol is a tropical sanctuary of natural beauty. This is why Panglao is now a favorite destination of tourists – locals and foreigners alike.


Boracay Island

Boracay is an island of the Philippines located approximately 315 km south of Manila. Boracay Island and its beaches have received awards numerous times. Boracay was awarded in the “Travelers’ Choice 2011” by TripAdvisor as the second out of top 25 beaches in the world. Boracay made a debut appearance on the Top 10 Islands list in the Travel + Leisure magazine World’s Best Awards 2011, ranking fourth.

Boracay is well-known for its fine white sands and cool blue waters. For sports enthusiasts, you can go scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and cliff diving. Boracay has in excess of 350 beach resorts offering more than 2,000 rooms ranging in quality from five-star to budget accommodation. Boracay also offers a wide range of restaurants, bars, pubs, and nightclubs.

So whether you’re in to nature tripping or night clubbing, Boracay is the perfect destination.

Air Travel


Yes, it’s February, and the New Year celebration has just passed. But if you want to plan ahead for your next holidays, then spend the next New Year in Zanzibar!  If you want a less commercial holiday destination, then the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar archipelago is the perfect place to go. Enjoy and witness the beauty of a true paradise in the Indian Ocean.



The climate is always warm, near the coast of Tasmania. The islands offer beautiful, breathtaking scenery, with crystal clear waters and lush vegetation of mangrove, banana trees, and coconut palms. The nights in Zanzibar are punctuated with music and many theme parties and festivals organized by the villages.




Getting married in the Caribbean

There are many wonderful and unique places to get married in the world. But, why not get married in the beautiful Caribbean?  Caribbean has its own unique charm and will offer you a very special feeling to remember forever. Just imagine the thrill of exchanging vows in a gazebo with white sands, and the smell of the ocean breeze.

There are many wedding facilities the Caribbean that offer several packags. Take for example,  the C Resort, which proposes to organize a wedding ceremony for as low as $ 790  to $ 2,250 for the deluxe version.

The wedding is one of the most important days in your life. Make each second count.



Martinique, situated in one corner of the Caribbean, combines the warm and friendly atmosphere of the tropics the European Union. Martinique is a small island in the French Antilles. It has a beautiful turquoise sea and beautiful beaches.

The tropical climate makes Martinique the best place to spend a perfect holiday. Martinique has an average temperature around 26 degrees and the winds blow a constant breeze on the island. Holidaying during the rainy months between August and October are not advisable.

Most of the region is covered with lush vegetation— while the north has ferns, bamboo, rubber trees, frangipani, acacias, palms and cactus plants, southern areas have rosewood. Martinique is also home to a wide variety of  flowers. The hibiscus, pink oleanders, bougainvillea, and orchids, bloom in many throughout the island.

The northern coast has beautiful beaches of volcanic sand. The beaches of the Peninsula Tartane and Sainte Marie, bordering the Atlantic are favored by surfers and scuba divers. The beaches to the north are typically Caribbean. With its white sands and calm seas, you can escape from the pressures of city life. Martinique is beautiful and wild. Hotels are close to the beaches, organized with all the comfort for a relaxing stay.

The capital is Fort de France, where you can find modern shops, cinemas and wonderful buildings. You can also find the beautiful Saint Louis Cathedral, the Fort and the Schoelcher library.