Caribbean Guide - Caribbean wild Vocation Destinations

Caribbean Guide - Caribbean wild Vocation Destinations - Places or Islands to visit in Caribbean

There many nice places or islands to visit during your Caribbean holiday, in this blog listed few of those places visited by most people.

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Santa Marta - Scenarios idyllic islands surrounded by clear waters and mountains that flow into the sea. Main destinations: Santa Marta and Tayrona, the Islas del Rosario and San Andres

Santa Marta and Tayrona - Santa Marta, located between Sierra Nevada and the coast of the Caribbean Sea, is famous for its beautiful beaches and for its extensive range. Unlike other Caribbean destinations, this part of Colombia has a particular geography that brings together in one place beaches, forests, rivers and mountains. In addition, Santa Marta is considered the oldest city in South America and preserved in the historical center a cool Caribbean atmosphere and a warm climate with quite roads that always lead us into the sea. Near the center is the tourist area of El Rodadero, which is where most buildings up.

But the best beaches in the region are not in the same city but about twenty minutes in the Tayrona National Reserve, covering acres of forest landscapes and mountains that descend from the Sierra Nevada, forming bays, coves and over 20 beaches down to the crystal clear Caribbean waters.

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Cartagena and the islands of the rosary - Cartagena is a city that looks to the Caribbean and is immersed in a large wall with forts and towers. The historic, one of the best preserved in Latin America, and its streets with colorful balconies that lead us scenarios straight out of the novels of Gabriel Garcia Marquez with their Caribbean paradise islands make Cartagena one of the most complete of Colombia .

The best thing to do in Cartagena is getting caught up in the streets. At every corner we find a surprise. Each step appears to us a postcard.

The wall is the boundary that separates us from the sea and miles of this city resguardaron bastions of pirate attacks.

Cartagena also has its charm away from the legendary streets: the Rosario Islands. For nearly an hour by boat leaving from the pier you will find the Caribbean Pegasos in all its glory in the 27 islands that make up the National Natural Park Corales del Rosario.

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White sand beaches, clear waters and huge palm trees to relax away from everything. The main Big Island where you can observe internal lagoons, rainforests and lush vegetation surrounded by the sea.

This landscape of turquoise waters also hidden under a great show. In the islands offer diving trips by expert guides. The approximate cost of this activity is U.S. $ 100.

If you want to stay more than a day you can stay in one of the hotels on the islands, if you prefer to spend only the day, remember that these lodgings have restaurants.

San Andres Island - The island of San Andres is one of the favorite destinations of Peruvians not only for the honeymoon as well for the holidays and that's because it offers in one place relax beside a sea of seven colors and white sand in a remote place located over 770 kilometers northwest of Colombia.

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The best offering this island is definitely the natural environment and the perfect way to enjoy it in its white sand beaches ideal for sunbathing burst into drinking a cocoloco (drink made by the natives, made with vodka and fruit water) , but there are other activities for those who like to move as hiking, fishing and diving lessons. Also in most hotels have pools and slides.

Do not miss the trip to Johnny Cay Island and the Aquarium, where you can closely observe the variety of fish and marine life of this natural reserve. You can choose to dive into the entrance of the aquarium.
Transit through the city also has its charm. A local alternative is to take a goat which is a colorful bus with no windows.

The tour includes a stop at the resorts, which operate mostly with an all-inclusive, the Museum Islander, which displays pieces of the nineteenth century.

Remember that St. Andrew is duty-free port, so shopping is also a good choice.

Do not miss the trip to the Blow Hole, a seaside geyser allowing ingress of water by an underground tunnel and casts strong wind through the hole in the surface.

San Andres is the island's tourist area. It comes in a two-hour commercial flight from the capital, Bogota.

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