Towns and cities across the Caribbean passionately celebrate their traditional annual carnivals around this time of year, packing these festive days with activities, sun, and a party atmosphere that both locals and visitors alike enjoy.
These world-famous carnivals mark the start of the Catholic Lent, roughly four to five days of endless celebrations, including spectacular Caribbean-style
This 2022 start by planning a trip to the Caribbean to enjoy the incredible sun, fine white sand, the turquoise sea, exquisite Caribbean food, and our attentive customer service.
It is the perfect destination for many people, especially areas in Mexico and the Dominican Republic, which have become two countries world famous for having the most
Summer is so special and eagerly awaited because it’s a time when we can leave the routine behind and enjoy a much-deserved vacation, a time when kids say goodbye to the school year and get to enjoy weeks of free time and fun.
New experiences and different activities are central when it comes to kids’ development,
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Visiting a spa is a good way to treat your mind, body and soul, especially if you are on vacation in an idyllic place like the Caribbean in Mexico or the Dominican Republic.
Every day, more and more people want to travel the world, visit the Caribbean, learn about new cultures, make friends and have new experiences. But when we plan a trip, we must consider not only the attractiveness of the destination, but also other important factors such as health, the documentation needed to travel there, and
It doesn’t matter whether it’s summer or winter or where in the world you live during the rest of the year. You can always be 100% sure that the Caribbean has warm weather and a mild breeze…well, there is the rainy season (from May to October) when you’ll have to deal with a downpour or
Officially called Inti Raymi, the Sun Festival is a traditional Andean Incan ceremony held at the winter solstice to honor Inti, “the Sun God.”
It was originally held to celebrate and give thanks to the Gods for a good year’s harvest.
Now, Inti Raymi, or the Sun Festival, is held every year near Sacsayhuaman in Cusco on