Beautiful Caribbean Island Beaches Where you can receive a dose of much needed Vitamin Sea!We all need some Vitamin Sea sometimes. So if you're craving some, here I share 12 beautiful Caribbean Island Beaches where you can receive your dose of much needed Vitamin Sea...
The beaches and bays of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) archipelago are ideal for solo entrepreneurs looking to unwind and relax from the hastles and stresses of running their own business. One of the safest destinations in the Caribbean (they don’t even have locks on doors), BVI is an ideal destination for Solo Female Travellers. With 60 islands and cays and an abundance of beaches and bays to choose from, you’ll be sure to find a secluded spot to relax and rejuvenate.
This week on our virtual tour Around the World from A to Z, it’s all about Costa Rica. This Central American country has been on my bucket list for a while, and I can’t wait until we can travel again to explore its volcanoes, forests, rivers and waterfalls. I’m planning a women only travel group to this lush tropical destination for when we can travel again. In the meantime, here is some inspiration for you.
If you’re looking for an Australian Adventure, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Freycinet National Park, Tasmania. Located on the beautiful east coast, you’ll not only discover some of Australia’s most beautiful scenery in its pink granite mountains, pure white beaches and azure bays, but you’ll also find evidence of Tasmanian aboriginal culture, such as shell middens and rock art. Continue reading to learn more.
La Mesa del Junquillo is a plateau that rises 869 metres between two reservoirs (Siberio & Parralillo). The top is surrounded by several man-made caves for rooms and storage. The view of the Tejeda Caldera from the top of the plateau are stunning.
A UNESCO World Heritage site worthy of an excursion is Mount Etna on the island of Sicily in Italy. The largest active strato volcano in Europe and highest in Italy, on clear days, it is visible from half of Sicily, so even on a visit to the island you’re bound to see its peak at some point.