Exploratory Caribbean Trips
By Allan Michael Taylor
With the ongoing summer and the approaching winter holidays, we all need a tour to rid us of all the tensions, stress and agony that school, colleges and work puts us through. Let me introduce you to some of the striking chains of Caribbean Islands such as Aruba, Puerto Rico, Haiti and Cayman Islands.
For those of you who are narration fanatics like me, Aruba Island is the perfect spot to visit. It consists of limitless number of historical appeals for visitors in just the 20 miles long island. You can start with paying a visit to the Wreck of German Fighter in World War II, the Gold Mine Ruins and the Historical graves that go back to the 18th century. Not to state these are just a few of the striking spots. Swimmers can carry their swimsuits to the stunning blue Eagle Beach and get a good recreation time.
Puerto Rico is another such Island placed in the Caribbean. It is another exotic location with mountains and eye-catching waterfalls. Experience the adrenaline rush while rock climbing, though I must say it is nothing for the weak hearted and acrophobic people like me. There are coastlinees that cover a good 270 miles of the location. No doubt, you are compelled to go to that spot. Guajataca tropical forest is a perfect spot for camping in the tall and dense trees.
When I was comprehending about the Caribbean island, Haiti truly took my breath away. The parks, lakes and mountains are just what I need after a year of continuous studying. You can also get a taste of Haitian foods there. It is usually a combination of other Caribbean dishes that activates those taste buds. Their foods are stirred by the Italian cooking and they use black pepper like Arabians do in their dishes. Their rice, mushrooms and corn soups are a must try!
The Cayman Islands consist of the three well-known islands, namely the Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The popular Grand Caymon consists of sand that goes as far as the horizon. It imaginatively and stunningly surrounds the coastline. Some of the well-liked spots over there are Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, the National Trust's Mastic Trail and the Cayman Islands National Museum.
The Cayman Brac is for the water-lovers, so they can swim and dive for as long as they want. The surprising caves just make the whole trip more stirring. The budding flowers will only add to the tranquility and stillness.
Lastly, the Little Cayman once again has some of the most stunning coastlinees where fishing and swimming can be enjoyed. You can relax as much as you want as there is a lot of seclusion which means you may have the whole coastline for yourself every once in a while!
These are just some of the attractions for the Caribbean Islands. Pack your bags and make sure you visit these striking coastlines, mountains and landscape. Don't miss it for anything because I'm sure your families would love you for this thrilling holiday!
Edward Watkinson is a travel guide. Discover more about the Caribbean islands and book Caribbean holidays online.
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