The Caribbean name is almost the same as the sea, the sun and the sand. The magnificent beaches abound in dazzling white sand to pink sand, rich golden brown sand, beautiful black sandy beaches. These beaches are called to dive into the glittering blue waters, then relax on the beach, and cherish the day and admire the beauty of the scene. For those who enjoy more activities on the beach than having a cold drink in the lounge, Caribbean vacation offers a variety of beach activities. On almost every island you can find jet-ski, ocean kayak, paragliding, surfing, surfing, volleyball, water skiing and banana cruising on the main beaches.
Deciding on a growing number of people on vacation, Barbados being the paradise for the Caribbean Surfing. The island's position far beyond the Atlantic allows waves to travel thousands of miles to the sea before finally being liberated over the Barbados coral reefs. Barbados get waves to surf everywhere so you can enjoy unlimited surfing. The number one surfing site in Barbados is the internationally renowned Soup Bowl Bathsheba. On the whole island, however, there are beaches suitable for windsurfing, near Brandons Beach near Bridgetown and Accra Beach. South Point Beach shows a fairly strong and clean wave, while Inchcape breaks off on the Silver Sands Beach section 365 days a year. For those who do not know how to surf, but want to learn while on vacation, Barbados has many surf shops to make instructions.
Dominican Republic is known as the Kiteboarding Capital of the World and the Past Four Years The Kiteboarding World Cup held in Dominican Republic, Cabarete. In this part of the Dominican Republic's north coast, nature has created a perfect blend of wind, water and waves, creating unrivaled kiteboarding and windsurfing conditions. In June of each year, the Windsurfers launches the annual World Cup Surfing to Cabarete.
Caribbean beaches are entertaining, there is much more to Caribbean vacation than activities at the beach, and these activities are beyond and beyond the coast. As you move along the coast, there are many activities, including deep sea fishing, dolphin / whaling and scuba diving.
Fishing in the Caribbean and the Caribbean Some of the species sought are sailing, marlin, tuna and wahoo. Since these species are migratory fish, they are richer in certain seasons, but there are other species that are usually found on different islands throughout the year. Hunting in the waters of Tobago is a dream of a sporthorse, one of the most exciting wildlife of the world, including blue marlin, white marlin, swordfish, wahoo, tuna, barracuda, dolphin (mahi-mahi) and shark. The northern waters of Jamaica are also well known for deepwater and sport fishing. Anglers can connect many fish, including mahi mahi, wahoo, blue and white marlin, sails, tarpon, barracuda and bonito.
: Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. In fact, in the Caribbean, thirty species have whales and dolphins. The most common spots include her back and sperm whales as well as bottled, spotted and wicked dolphins. Whaling ships are usually medium and small vessels that deliver less than 75 people and provide excellent opportunities for excellent whale watching. While all of these offer whaling, the activity has developed in Dominica, where Dominica became the "whaling capitals" of the Caribbean Sea. The island boasts 90% success on whales or dolphins during the whaling tour. The island offers excellent whaling options, including spectacular sperm whale mother calf couples that can be seen from the shore.
Those sparkling blue waters that provide so much pleasure, Under the surface. One of the Caribbean's most important diving and snorkeling areas in breathtaking sea life. The Cayman Islands are a priority area of the world by diving with crystal-clear turquoise waters that have deep marvelous walls, shallow coral reefs, new and old wrecks, and one of the most dynamic marine life. Tobago is another island that offers countless diving opportunities for both the new and experienced diver and the holiday snorkeler. The home of the elusive Manta Rays and the largest corneous coral in the Caribbean, Tobago is a vintage diving destination.
Behind the beach, each Caribbean island has many leisure activities including hiking, bird watching, river tubes, sightseeing, historic tours and a lively nightlife.
The Caribbean landscape allows bird watching to be popular throughout the year. Trinidad and Tobago are one of the most varied bird species that can be found in one place with more than 460 species in a 1,868 square miles total area. The Asa Wright Nature Center is the premier bird watcher in Trinidad and Tobago, widely recognized as one of the most successful ecotourism stories in the world. Asa Wright, an avian bird species of 159, is a 270-hectare winter garden located on a former cocoa-coffee-citrus plantation, which is partially offset by secondary forests and is largely surrounded by imposing rainforests. There are a number of rentalable houses in the center and can take a night, a weekend or longer. There are many routes around the property and very well-informed guides. Two of the climaxes are the short manakin leks to see these beautiful little birds to attract their companions and see and hear Bearded Bellbird. Another special attraction of the Asa Wright Nature Center is the breeding ground of the night oilbay or Guacharo (Steatornis caripensis). In Dunston Cave, this is the only known, easily accessible colony of this species. However, these visits should generally be booked in advance as the number of visits and the number of visitors is limited.
Nature landscapes rich in rainforests also hike a popular resting activity in the Caribbean and Trinidad with many hiking tours from 1 to 8. Tour guides are guided by guides, and almost every weekend group of hiking trips to various natural sights. The 32km trail from Blanchisseuse Matelotig is considered a jewel on the north coast of Trinidad. Along the tour, from untouched rainforest to untouched beaches. The path runs along several small streams and passes through the abandoned lands between cocoa, coffee, tonka beans, nutmeg and papaya (pawpaw).
Dominica, in the Eastern Caribbean, Martinique and Guadeloupe, calls itself the Natural Island, and it is right. The landscape is covered with lush, unspoilt natural rainforests. These forests have high, horizontal waterfalls, hidden fern caves, mountain lakes, hot lakes, hot springs and mysterious volcanic areas. All of these natural wonders are on a 29-mile 16-mile island with nearly 300 miles of footpaths, so in almost all parts of the country, trails extend into gorges and valleys and rise up to 4000 feet high, making it a hiking paradise. In Dominica there are trails on all levels of hikers, from easy 30-minute walks to moderately 45 minutes to 2-hour tours, to strenuous 6-hour tours. All this on a land that seems to have fruit everywhere, so you can see orange, grapefruit, lemon, limes, bananas, papaya, guava, starfish, bread, passion fruit all over the place
. And wonderful words that describe a popular Caribbean holiday activity; River Tubing. In the Grenada's Balthazar River, Dominica Layou, on the White River of Jamaica, or on the Great River, large-scale modified pipes can turn and turn, as streams of river thrive on the river. During the journey you can enjoy the natural unspoilt rainforest and swim in the river's natural pool at the end of the ride.
Nature has blessed the Caribbean in countless ways, a number of attractions. Virgin Gorda on the British Virgin Islands is a national park like The Baths. There are huge granite rocks scattering off a beach that is dominated by the Blue Caribbean Sea. Standing nearly 50 meters high, these huge cliffs form a series of caves where to play and explore. This seaside maze has many tranquil pools, creating a truly romantic place.
St. Lucia boasts one of the most spectacular Caribbean natural attractions, perhaps the world's only drive volcano. A car in La Soufriere can lead to a semi-active volcano, followed by a guided tour. The five moon hissing crater is a red, blue and green tone landscape with 24 steam air vents that point to the deposition of iron, copper oxide, magnesium, and other minerals. The whole area gives a stunning picture of what the earth should be like 400,000 years ago when the molten lava dome collapsed. In the Puerto Mosquito Bay (Mosquito Bay) Bioluminescents Bay on the South Coast On Vieques Island, Puerto Rico is to be seen as one of the things you have to see before you die. A quiet night in the bay is a wonderful experience because when the calm waters in the bay get disturbed, microscopic organisms in the bay emit blue-green light, so swimming or kayaking in the bay is like floating among the stars. The 2008 Guinness Book of World Records has officially stated that this magical bioluminescent bay is the greenest in the world.
The Caribbean of the XVII-XVIII. It was a desirable feature in the century, which resulted in numerous battles in France, England, Spain and the Netherlands, and many islands changed ownership. The need to preserve the islands resulted in many fortifications, while the change of ownership led to varied architectural styles. Many of these historic sites provide a well-preserved and interesting look to the past. Two of these are Brimstone Hill in St Kitts and Barbados, located in the Garrison Historic District.
Brimstone Hill has been transformed into national parks and is a UNESCO World Heritage site of historic, cultural and architectural significance. The fortress is one of the best preserved historic fortifications in the Americas. "The memorial of the ingenuity of British military engineers who designed it, and the readiness, strength and endurance of African prisoners who built and held it". Brimstone Hill tours are organized every day and highlights the hospital, ammunition, artillery officers, the Prince of Wales Castle and Fort George Citadel. Beyond knowing the historic significance of the fort, the visit offers the opportunity to enjoy the forested mountains, cultivated areas, the historic settlement of the sandy point and the neighboring Nevis, Montserrat, Saba, St. Martin and St. Barts.
In Barbados, Garrison's historic area surrounds Garrison Savannah, the center of sports and recreation activities in Barbados. Savannah, however, is a historic venue much more than sport. The historic significance of Garrison Savannah dates back to 1650, when Charles's fort was built in the neighborhood, and in 1705 the Fort St. Ann was added. This area has evolved into a military complex and was a site of a military complex, with many buildings built between the 1660s and the 1800s. These buildings today give much of the historical and architectural interest to the Garrison area. Walking around the Garrison can not miss the many cannons in the area. They are part of the Barbados National Cannon Collection, which is the largest group of 17th-century English guns in the world. One of the outstanding buildings in this area is the main building that looks at the race track. This elegant Georgian building dating from 1802 with its beautiful timekeeper tower and its wide porch is now an information center and home to the West Indian Regiment. Continuing to Savannah, there are a number of 17th and 19th centuries. It was a century military building built from bricks made from English ships and numerous monuments. Another significant building in this area is the Barbados Museum, housed in a former military prison building, located in the middle of a large, spacious courtyard surrounded by trees and flowering shrubs.
In the Caribbean there are many bars, clubs and world-class restaurants. But for the real local flavors, the weekly street parties are odd. On St Lucia, the Gros Islet fishing village changes every Friday night to a colorful carnival scene featuring the soca and reggae's music and the "jump" (dancing on the street). Griyave Village Gouyave on Friday gives Fish Fry the chance to get as many freshly caught local seafood from Kalifornian rhythms. The Sunday School in Tobago Buccoo Village can not be overcome, which every Sunday evening lets you dance to the music of the steel band while watching the fishing boats gently rolling in the bay. To do a Caribbean vacation, your only difficulty is to choose an island.
Source by Brian Ramsey