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Palawan, Philippines: El Nido Resorts

Palawan is an archipelago made up of almost 1800 islands in the western part of the Philippines. On a map, it looks like an arm sticking out from the Philippines to Borneo! Palawan has the most number of islands, however, it is the most sparsely populated region in the country. Which is great for me, as I was on my way there! This province is

Palawan – Simply Paradise!

My arrival into what I call "Heaven on Earth" was nothing short of spectacular! If you're trying to choose where to go on vacation and the Philippines is on your radar, then man, do I have the place for you?! Palawan El Nido Resorts will blow you away! In fact, I have not seen such pure beauty in a tropical island setting in quite some

Xanadu Island Resort, Ambergris Caye, Belize

  Ambergris Caye, Belize Xanadu Island Resort, Ambergris Caye, Belize Xanadu Island Resort, Ambergris Caye, Belize Wedged between Mexico and Guatemala, the very small country of Belize has become one of the most popular scuba diving and eco-tourism destinations in Central America. With its immaculate beaches, lush tropical rain forests, and ancient Mayan cities, (plus diverse flora and fauna to boot!),

The Last Great Frontier: Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Floating up to the stunningly gorgeous jetty at the Raja Ampat Dive Resort on Waigeo Island in West Papua Indonesia, I knew I was in for a special treat. Waigeo Island is the largest of the four main islands of the Raja Ampat Island archipelago. This was THAT kind of place, the epitome of a remote, exotic beach vacation. Raja Ampat is one of those

Paradise in the Jungle: Cancun and Riviera Maya Cenotes

Have you ever thought about diving Cancun cenotes while in the Riviera Maya? The stunning Kukulkan Cenote is a 33 feet (10 meters) deep blue cavern that is part of the Chac Mool caving system in Yucatan, Mexico. It is set in a jungle scenery with fresh and saltwater, lots of fossils, and even a few stalactites. Cancun Cenotes and Riviera Maya Cenotes The main

Deepest Lakes in the World and in the USA!

The natural depth of a lake is a fascinating wonder that intrigues numerous people to learn more and to take time to visit some of the deepest lakes in the world. A lake is a large body of water that is surrounded by land. Lakes usually do not flow into rivers and are mostly made up of fresh water. Many of the deepest lakes of

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