June 27, 2012 / Travel and places / 0 comments
When the season of packing your suitcases begins everyone dreams about visiting some paradise on earth. Heaven is for sure a place on earth as you will see on these photos. Here are 10 places I have picked, and I am sure that after seeing it you will wish wining a vacation like this on some lottery or something like that. Most of these places are just to expensive and not everyone can afford it. Lets just say that these places remain paradise because not to many people can get there. I fell in love with photos, one day I hope I’ll fell in love with the real thing.
1. Sint Maarten (Saint Martin)
Saint martin is a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Here you can enjoy the beautiful views and temperatures of the West Indies, with a touch of combination of Caribbean and Dutch architecture.
2. Puerto Rico
This place is really, really, but really expensive. But, still it is worth! There’s no other place like this. Here you can enjoy the combination of American and Puertorican culture.
3. The Bahamas
The Bahamas have more than 3000 islands to explore and even more resorts, restaurants, bays, islets, trails, bars, and virtually anything else you could ever want from a vacation. Not many places are like this one.
Aruba is also part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Aruba is not just unique for its Dutch influence, but because its climate is uniquely arid and dotted with cacti, in stark contrast to the tropical nature of its neighboring islands.
5. Turks & Caicos
The Turks & Caicos Islands are known for their awesome music scene. Here you will find a Dutch influence, but still different from Saint Martin.
6. St. John
The Virgin Islands (US and British) are not the most popular destination. With not one traffic light located on it and with plenty of secluded beaches, trails, and superb dining spots to check out, it sounds like a paradise!
7. Dominican Republic
The DR offers astounding natural views and bustling city centers, with the second-highest population in the West Indies, and accordingly, with an almost inexhaustible number of potential things you can do. From scuba-diving to clubbing, you can’t exactly go wrong here.
8. St. Lucia
St. Lucia boasts a number of amazing festivals throughout the year (most importantly, Carnival in mid-July—which is very similar to its rambunctious cousins in Trinidad and Tobago and Brazil) and also incredible opportunities to access Saint Lucian arts and literature: two Nobel laureates have hailed from the tiny island.
Barbados is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the West Indies, due to its robust culture, spectacular resorts, and a uniquely strong blend of English and Caribbean cultures. I have heard that Rihanna is promoting tourism in her country, like Barbados needed more promoting.
10. Riviera Maya, Cancun
With a climate that never really gets colder or warmer than 77°F, Cancun is pretty ideal. The Riviera Maya area is a string of resorts and hotels that creep down the eastern coast of Mexico, and, naturally, they’re surrounded by pristine beaches, beautiful, winding trails, and every restaurant and bar you could ever wish for.