• December 12, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Vacations are ideal getaways from the stress and pressure of your daily life. Hence vacations are a must. But honeymoons mark the beginning of your new life and hence, it needs to be special. A special start will have beautiful memories to be cherished throughout your life. Plan your honeymoon to an idyllic destination that can be stoned down in your memories, but that does not need to be an expensive. Like you plan your vacation, planning your honeymoon is also important. Knowing which place should be visited during which time will not only help you save money but also help you have the ultimate experience of your tour?

    Galapagos Islands

    Galapagos Islands are a cluster of volcanic islands speckled in the Pacific Ocean surrounding the equator. A very common question that everyone asks is “what is the best time to visit the Galapagos Islands?” Well the answer depends on what the traveler prefers to do and see. The subtropical climate of the islands makes it an ideal place for activities ranging from snorkeling to watching mating rituals all throughout the year.

    Expensive time: Mid of June to early September, mid of December to mid of January
    Cheap time: from January to May

    You cannot specify as such any bad time to tour Galapagos. The off-season usually is the warmest periods with bit more rainfall. When you are tired of watching the turtles and dragons, you can enjoy the thrill of the water activities in the calm and warm sea. The isle receives more rain during the period between the months of January and May. During the peak season, it is difficult to book a good deal but you can manage to make bookings during the later part of the year when the island is less crowded.

    Bahamas

    Expensive Time: from December to March
    Cheap Time: from June to September

    Located to the north of Cuba, The Bahamas is all filled with myriad of tourists during the winters, all enjoying in the pleasant cold weather along with the Caribbean experience. Luckily, the off-season at Bahamas offers you more exposure to the real Caribbean lifestyle. Till then the crowd must have been departed and the natives will be settled back into their normal lifestyle. The Mid-day temperatures in between June to September can rise up to 85 to 90 degrees making you uncomfortable but thanks to the Atlantic trade winds that will blow off the sweat from your body.

    During the off-season, you also get the benefit of being charged less by the hotels and resorts. Most activities also remain closed during this time but you can still enjoy water sports and tennis along with other activities with an additional bonus of walking into a restaurant without making a reservation. In the month of July and August, the Bahamas have more cosmopolitan atmosphere and is open for European tourists. Therefore, get ready to book your luxury travel packages to Bahamas or Galapagos Islands.

  • December 12, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    State – Kerala

    Location – Tropical region situated in the southernmost tip of India

    Best Time to visit Kerala – Tourists can visit Kerala between November and March and during August and September. Though there isn’t any special time suited for the beaches in particular, staying away from the summer heat is best.

    Beaches in Kerala Located in the south-west tip of the Indian sub-continent, beaches in Kerala cover a distance of approximately 550km on the coastline of the Arabian Sea. With the terrain being unique, on moving further on the beaches from north to south the topography alters quite unexpectedly. The beauty of the beaches isn’t restricted to just the shore as the forts dotting the highlands make for a very exquisite view. All along the beaches in Kerala, it is common to find coconut trees bordering the coast. The distinct culture and tradition of the changing demography in this state along makes it a great tourist spot. There are a number of beaches in Kerala.

    Alappuzha beach: Emerging as a natural wonderland in the state of Kerala, Alappuzha beach is endowed with enchanting beauty. It includes numerous lagoons, fresh water rivers and huge lakes. A great way to relax, the sandy beach is dense with palm groves and features the Vijaya beach park as a picnic spot and added attraction.

    Varkala beach: At a distance of 54km from Thiruvanathapuram, the best time to visit the Varkala beach is between September to May. The water of this beach is believed to be sacred with the mineral springs here known for the curative ability. Lined by interesting red cliffs, the calm backwaters blend in well with the scenic beauty. The best part of being at Varkala is that it isn’t filled to the gills with tourists and crowd.

    Kovalam beach: Kovalam beach includes a trio of beaches in crescent-shape which are differentiated by rocky headlands. At a distance of 16km from Thiruvanathapuram, the beach is best known for being one of the most cleansed and safest and beaches in the state. The beach is encircled by an array of ayurvedic centers besides the regular cluster of restaurants. This is one beach that can be missed out when in Kerala and offers a surreal experience.

    The Fort Kochi, Kappad and Beypore are among the other beaches that should feature among tourists wish list.

    Known more about Kerala Beaches with Kerala Tours”

  • December 11, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    The Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) is situated between Indonesia and Hawaii, west of the International Date Line and north of the Equator. It is the easternmost island group in Micronesia and it covers an approximate of 2 million sq km in the Central Pacific Ocean with two 1,280 km long parallel chains of atolls and volcanic islands separated by 179 km of sea. The islands achieved freedom in 1986 Compact of Free Association with the United States.

    RMI works with professional incorporation services companies to legally process the license of incorporation of all non-resident companies. The common requirements for incorporation should be outlined in the standard Articles of Incorporation, among which are corporate name, number of authorized shares, classification of whether shares have par or no par value and identification for whether shares are to be in the bearer and/or registered form. If a non standard Articles of Incorporation will be presented, it is important that it should be in accordance with the Marshall Islands Business Corporation Act (BCA).

    The following requirements should be noted and complied for an efficient processing of Marshall Islands Incorporation:

    Authorized and Issued Share Capital The standard authorized share capital is 500 shares without par value or a capital with a declared par value of up to US$50,000.
    Types of Shares Permitted Types of shares available for Marshall Islands Incorporation are registered shares, preference shares, redeemable shares, shares with or without par value and shares with or without voting rights.
    Taxation Nonresident companies are legally exempted from taxes.
    Absence of Double Taxation Agreements
    License Fees A maintenance fee is required from every company.
    Financial Statement Requirements Filing financial statements is not obliged, but companies are advised to secure financial records for easy assessment and identification of companys financial status.
    Directors There is no limit for the number of directors. A combination of local and foreign directors or full 100% foreign directors are both allowed.
    Company Secretary A resident or foreign company secretary can be appointed.
    Shareholders A minimum of one shareholder is required for Marshall Islands Incorporation.

    Lastly, Marshall Islands Incorporation should always abide in Marshall Islands Business Corporations Act under the Marshall Islands Associations Law which was patterned on the corporate laws of Delaware and New York and modified to consider the important features of an offshore jurisdiction. Marshall Islands BCA provides a list of other provisions necessary in corporate activities, operations and administration.

  • December 8, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Travellers who are looking for more information about the Cayman Islands before booking their holidays there will have access to a new team of experts via the newly set up Cayman Concierge service which has been launched by Cayman Islands Department of Tourism in the UK.

    The difference between this service and other travel information providers is that tourists will receive up to the minute information, tips, recommendations and inspiration for their Cayman Islands holidays without the need of technical apps or in-depth website knowledge.

    The Cayman Concierge is a personal service available via phone and email and is operated by a team of expert staff in the Cayman Islands.

    Using their insiders knowledge, the team is on hand to provide information about Cayman hotels, tourist attractions, restaurants, watersports, diving sites, bird-watching, destination weddings, solo travel, family holidays in the Cayman Islands, and much more.
    Don McDougall, runs the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism in the UK & Europe and he came up with the idea for the new service.

    Cayman Concierge will be an invaluable resource effectively it is The Little Black Book for visitors, he explained.

    The Cayman Islands are ideally suited to the independent traveller, but even those with the most adventurous spirit may still appreciate a guiding hand.

    He added: For a relatively small country the Cayman Islands has enough to keep even the most active visitor busy, morning, afternoon and evening for at least a fortnight. However, sometimes the best experiences can also be the best-kept secrets which is why we are offering this new service Cayman Concierge.

    During holidays to the Cayman Islands, tourists can relax on the famous white sand Seven Mile Beach on the western shores of Grand Cayman; explore mangrove forests, nature parks and the charming local villages; or go scuba diving in the crystal-clear turquoise waters to diving sites including the USS Kittiwake and colourful coral reefs.

    The three Caribbean islands Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman are perfect for a family Caribbean holiday, a solo voyage, a romantic break or honeymoon, or a scuba diving adventure.

    Cayman Concierge is available seven days a week via email on and during office hours (09:30 to 17:00, Monday to Friday) on 020 7491 7771.

  • December 4, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    You can book a holiday trip to the exotic Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal just off the coast of India for an enjoyable and possibly a romantic adventure, according to if you leave the kids at home.

    The Andaman Islands offers white sandy beaches where you can relax and soak up the sun, snorkel, scuba dive or enjoy many other attractions. Today, you will find wonderful packages that are sure to help you enjoy this tropical paradise whether for a family vacation or a romantic getaway.

    A few of the packages available include a Glimpse of Andamans which offers 3 nights and 4 days with daily breakfast and sightseeing tours with your own chauffer/guide. In this package you will enjoy such treats as a harbour cruise, a full days excursion to Coral Island with snorkeling and jungle treks, shopping in Port Blair, and a tour of some of the most popular attractions including Cellular Jail, Chatam Saw Mill, Forest Museum, Mini Zoo, Anthropological Museum, Fisheries Museum, Science Centre, Naval Marine Museum, Andaman Water Sports Complex, Gandhi Park and the Cottage Industries Emporium.

    The Exotic Andamans package includes a visit to Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Harbour Cruise to Viper Island, a chauffeured drive to Coral Islands, a glass bottomed boat ride to Coral Island, a tour of the most popular attractions in Port Blair, a Sound and Light Show inside the Cellular Jain in Port Blair, a drive to Ross Island where you will enjoy a magnificent nature walk, and more.

    Other packages available for Andamans include Spelndours of Andamans and Romantic Getaways at Andamans.

    No matter which package you choose they all include hotel accommodations, airfare, return transfers, daily breakfast, full day sightseeing tour during your stay with an exclusive non air-conditioned car with chauffer/guide and all applicable taxes.

    The Andamans Islands would be the perfect tropical vacation for couples or for families. Many people choose these exotic islands as their favorite romantic getaway while other love to bring the entire family to enjoy the sun, sand, and clear waters.

    If you really want to visit the Andamans Island, the best way is with a package that will include everything you need so you can enjoy your trip without any worries. We provide exclusive packages for all kinds of holidays to many different areas around India and the world. If you are searching for the best way to travel hassle free then you need to visit our site and talk with a holiday specialist and plan your holiday. You know you need to take a break and saving money on your next vacation will certainly ease all the stress.

  • November 30, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Our ancestors had summer kitchens, outdoor structures used in good weather to prevent overheating in the house. These days we use our gas grills for outdoor cooking, but unlike a summer kitchen the grill lacks kitchen features. This forces us to trek back and forth with food platters, beverages, dishes and condiments. We’re still preparing and cleaning up in the kitchen and it’s just not as leisurely as we planned. Enter the island grill, a complete outside meal preparation unit. Like a kitchen island, an Island Grill in Virginia Beach offers a full range of features designed to make cooking easy and convenient.

    For most barbecue cooks a primary frustration is lack of counter space. It’s annoying and even dangerous to juggle tools and food around a hot grill. Island grills have a spacious area to prepare and cook your outdoor meals in safety. There’s under-counter storage for your dishes and cooking tools. Many models include refrigerators with space for food, beverages and condiments. Some versions have the option of a warming drawer which lets you barbecue early and enjoy being with your guests. Complete your outdoor cooking space with side burners or griddles to cook anything outdoors!

    Now you have everything but your kitchen sink, but even that can be arranged. Beverage centers for island grills contain sinks, ice and bottle storage and even blenders. For clean up, paper towel dispensers and trash disposal drawers are very handy.

    Safety may be a concern with an integral gas grill in an island constructed with flammable material. Check that the island you choose is protected from the grill’s heat with an insulated grill liner or jacket meeting National ANSI standards. Also, if you’re grilling in a covered patio, consider installing a vent hood specifically designed for outdoor use. These improve airflow and quality in your outdoor eating area.

    The range of size and features for outdoor island grills is impressive. There are compact units that arrive “knocked down” in panels for ease of installation and others with multiple islands that can be configured like a true outdoor living space. The best retailers carry a full selection and will provide you with a grilling island customized to your needs.

    To make your outdoor eating experiences much more leisurely and enjoyable, contact East Coast Leisure. They will offer you an Island Grill in Virginia Beach.

  • November 27, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Ancient Greece gave many things to the modern world including the foundations of mathematics and the sciences. Holidaymakers visiting the mainland or the islands will also discover that Greece continues to surprise and confound modern scientists and archaeologists with more recent findings. Tourists staying in Greece hotels can visit the capital, Athens to see some of the artefacts that have been recovered from the Dokos Shipwreck, the oldest known shipwreck in the world dating back past 2500BC. Due to its age many artefacts perished but divers did manage to recover many ceramic containers from the wreckage. The Antikythera wreck is probably the most fruitful discovery of them all and again most of the treasures were taken to Athens after being discovered. Among them were some excellent marbles and also priceless bronze statues like the Philosophers head. However the Antikythera mechanism is its best artefact. The mechanical device is as sophisticated as a mechanical watch made by the Swiss masters of early modernity and scientists believe it was an accurate way of mapping celestial bodies for navigating the oceans or some similar purpose. Holidaymakers visiting Crete, the largest Greek island can see artefacts recovered from La Therese, a French Navy vessel that sank late in the 17th century after an on board explosion. The largest Greek island has a very long history so holidaymakers have a good choice of cultural visits, beaches and inland hikes to choose from. The ruins of the Royal Palace at Knosos are interesting and should precede a trip to the Irakleio museum where holidaymakers can learn more about the ancient Minoans through their artefacts and the other wonders they built on the island. Bodrum hotels on Turkey’s Aegean coast are also popular for holidaymakers who enjoy the Greek islands as they are often close to or on the coast and have excellent views of both Kos and Rhodes. Holidaymakers staying in Bodrum have a pick of excellent beaches to choose from and can visit the historical old city for a memorable excursion looking through artefacts left behind by the ancients. The imposing Castle of St John is Bodrum’s most popular visitor attraction and houses a wonderful maritime museum full of artefacts of all shapes and sizes that have been salvaged from the Aegean and Mediterranean seabeds. The artefacts include glassware dating back to the first century BC and ceramics from the same and later periods. The museums most interesting collections are the shipwrecks, some of which are Bronze Age. There are also Byzantine shipwrecks in the museum’s Glass shipwreck hall. For holidaymakers that want to have a look at the ceramics and other vessels that were used to transport foods and liquids the Amphora exhibit is a very comprehensive collection. The Castle of St John is a very good if slightly unexpected treat for holidaymakers staying in Bodrum and Gumbet hotels.

  • November 4, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Boca Raton is known for the breathtaking beauty of its beaches. Their beauty, quietness and natural setting make these three beaches the jewels in Boca Ratons crown.

    Spanish River Park
    The locals love Spanish River Park for its variety of activities. Whether going for a weekend outing or a lunchtime picnic, the park is a comfortable place to spend a few hours. The area has grills, rest room facilities, and a playground.
    The water on both sides Spanish River Park make it a unique place to visit. The park is named for the shallow freshwater stream that once flowed on the western edge of the park where the Army Corps of Engineers created a channel, joining the area with the rest of the Intracoastal Waterway. From the western side, visitors can walk through the long tunnel that goes under Route A1A to enjoy the ocean and beach on the east. Visitors come for swimming, fishing, nature walks, bird watching and picnicking.

    Red Reef Park
    Nature enthusiasts will particularly enjoy Red Reef Park, 67 acres of Atlantic coastline and wildlife. The park features a man-made reef for snorkelers to catch a glimpse of natures underwater wonders, including tropical fish, turtles, eels and stingrays. The parks Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center lets visitors take a close look at wildlife with sea turtles, sharks and stingrays in outdoor aquariums. The shaded boardwalks are ideal for afternoon nature strolls through butterfly gardens and a 40-foot observation tower. Birders will enjoy the wide range of small birds in the park. Along with the natural setting, Red Reef offers picnicking with grills, tables and rest room facilities.

    South Beach
    South Beach Park is the third jewel in Boca Ratons crown. The park offers a variety of native plants and trees common to the dunes. These plants have adapted to the continuous salty breeze coming off the ocean. They stabilize the dunes and work to preserve the ecosystem of the park. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the dunes and observing this wonder of nature.

    The half-mile beachfront at South Beach is part of 24 acres in the park, making the area ideal for sunbathing, swimming or walking the shoreline. The beach offers three designated swimming areas and is staffed with lifeguards. Unlike the other beaches, South Beach does not have picnic facilities, so it is best for nature strolls, swimming and sunbathing.

    Each beach has much to offer those looking for a few quiet hours to convene with nature. Whether you enjoy fishing, swimming, picnicking or nature walks, you will find enjoyable leisurely activities at one of the jewels in Boca Ratons crown.

  • November 2, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    A beautiful city nestled on Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar has access to some of the region’s most pristine beaches the largest of which, Lloret Beach, has been awarded the the Blue Flag award for cleanliness. People from all over Europe travel via Barcelona to Lloret de Mar, making it a must-see tourist hotspot for anyone looking to spend time in the sun and on the sand.

    There are many coves, inlets, and stretches of sand which make up the area’s variety of beaches; with easy access from the airport in Barcelona to Lloret de Mar, these beaches have become major destinations for young people from places like Denmark, France, the UK, the rest of Portugal, and even as far away as America and Australia. This article will talk about some of the beaches in the area and where you might find them.

    Lloret

    The most popular beach in the area, and the beach from which the town gets its name, is Lloret Beach, located right off the main city centre. This beautiful sandy coastline is almost 1.5 km long and is popular with both locals and tourists. During peak season, this beach is completely packed with sunbathers, swimmers, and people playing beach sports. This is definitely the place to see and be seen, and people travel from Barcelona to Lloret de Mar to be amongst the sunbathers on these sands.

    Fenals

    Fenals is the second longest beach, measuring just over 800 metres long. It is a bit more secluded when compared to Lloret Beach and is separated from it by a large massif, which creates a buffer from the wind and the city noise. However it still offers glimpses of the high buildings through the trees.

    Santa Cristina

    If you want something a little more removed, but still easily accessible, check out Santa Cristina beach. A calm cove is created by two high hills on either side on one of them is Santa Cristina chapel, from which you can access the beach by taking the little pathway from the left side of the church and following it down to the sand. Once you’re there, you’ll be treated to soft bird songs and gentle waves. Though less popular with locals and people travelling from Barcelona to Lloret de Mar, it’s still a great beach to visit.

    Canyelles

    One of the farthest beaches from the town centre is Canyelles Beach. This beach is covered in the soft white sand that is typical of Costa Brava, and the high hills surrounding the beach itself are covered in pine trees. This creates the illusion of remoteness that makes for a very relaxing place to spend an afternoon. Access to this beach is easy. On the road that leads to Tossa de Mar, there’s a pathway on the right side that descends down onto the beach – but be careful because it’s easy to miss.

  • November 1, 2017 /  Beach & Island
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    Africa is renowned for safaris, exploring historical Egyptian pyramids and as well as the city of Cape Town. Even so, The African continent also offers a number of beautiful tropical islands.

    Madagascar island is one of the several largest sized islands on the planet but you can also find much smaller African islands which are certainly worth checking out.

    So many of these islands in Africa have an incredible historical past, outstanding wildlife and shorelines which easily equals beaches in Southeast Asia.

    Reunion can be found off the African east coast. This scenic tropical island was found by the Portuguese around 500 years ago.

    Tourists that holiday on Reunion island are able to view the base of the local volcano, look at the stunning landscapes, visit Indian temples and of course enjoy exotic beach destinations.

    Sao Tome is an island based in the Gulf of Guinea and is also about 300 km from the Central African coast. Sao Tome is the most well known of the two tropical islands.

    The island the largest producer of cocoa and even one of the largest growers of coffee on the planet. Enticing coasts, a large amount of coconut palms, waterfalls and luxury hotels makes it a popular holiday destination for travelers from across the world.

    Mauritius can be located around 1000 miles to the east of Africa. The shores are really amazing and the island is encircled by reefs.

    The island is popular amongst tourists and is wonderful for relaxing and romantic holidays. Holidaymakers will even see loads of waterfalls, wildlife reserves and mountains.

    The island Of Boa Vista forms part of the Cape Verde archipelago and is situated alongside the African continent. Boa vista is mainly flat, apart from a few volcanic formations in areas such as Fundo and Rabil.

    The most popular beach destination is Santa Monica beach which can be found to the south of the island and with its unending stretch of stunning beaches and transparent seas, you will not find it difficult to find a place to relax.

    The exquisite shores are a series of amazing bays and could very well be the most breathtaking island in these parts of the world.

    Located off the eastern coastline of Tanzania is the lovely Zanzibar island. Zanzibar is normally referred to as the Spice Islands and its the gem of Africa.

    You will find enchanting architecture, unique fruits, a variety of spices and also friendly people. The scenic tourist beaches and the unique nature really does make Zanzibar one of the most gorgeous tropical islands. You will see at least 27 fabulous beach destinations.

    Djerba is considered to be the largest island destination in north Africa. Djerba is located within the Gulf of Gabes and is near to Tunisia.

    Spectacular palm trees and very clear seas and of course fabulous shores draws in enormous amounts of people from all around the world.

    The early evenings is the ultimate time to discover the beautiful streets. Go into any of the restaurants that offer terrific seafood.