Beach Experience

The turquoise waters of Playa ...

Playa Rincon, that meaning corner beach in Spanish, is located about 25 kilometers from the Port of the Town of Samana and it is a large bay of calm turquoise waters ...

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Host friends in 150-acre island

Sometimes it’s fun to go on a trip with a couple of your friends, explore everything about the destination, visit its top tourist sites, meet locals and devour the region’s ...

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A natural phenomenon called Cenote

The Maya called them dzonots (sacred wells). The Spanish, mangling the Mayan name, called them cenotes. A cenote is a natural phenomenon, a sinkhole in the Earth’s surface. The Yucatan ...

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Explore a paradise called Santorini

If you are a discerning traveler who delights in an elegant stay, romance-inspiring views, and local gastronomy, but seek a place with a casual vibe, you’ll fall in love with ...

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Dr. Beach’s Top 10

If you are looking for your next favourite beach in the US, you’ve come to the right place. A beach in Hawaii with a clean safety record, far from the ...

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Top Summer Destination 2014

London has emerged as the most popular summer destination for 2014, according to a newly released index based on hotel demands. The British capital has succeeded in topping Paris in ...

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Ile Lavezzi, a damned archipelago ...

This little explored archipelago is in the Strait of Bonifacio that separates Corsica from Sardinia and boasts a number of secluded beaches and coves. They are relative easy to access ...

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The crystal turquoise sea of ...

A remote beach in Sicily, Italy, was named as one of the best beach in the world by a survey of travelers; nobody will probably not find any rabbit on ...

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Is it possible to rank ...

With its turquoise waters and lush green cliffs, the Fernando de Noronha archipelago, off the Brazilian coast, is home to the world’s top beach. One of the many selling points ...

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The charming French Riviera

During the middle ages, the French built their settlements on the Mediterranean hills for optimal protection against their foreign enemies. Today, their foresight makes the colorful, elevated villages both scenic ...

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