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World began in the Dominican Republic and this was probably
not a coincidence. “Quisqueya”, which is what the islanders
call it, represents the essence of the Caribbean Sea and
probably left Columbus speechless when he arrived there.
Crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, many palm trees
and an average temperature of 25 degrees so that you can
enjoy idyllic beaches. The island's colonial past has left
cities like Santo Domingo de Guzmán, where time seems to
have stood still and, with this, its people, pervaded with
that Caribbean spirit where life passes by more slowly.
tequila and very spicy, Mexico is clearly this and much
more. Located in the heart of the American continent, it has
the privilege of being between two waters, washed by the
Caribbean Sea on the east with the contrast of the vastness
of the Pacific Ocean on the west. Mexico has 31 nature and
cultural reserves declared as World Heritage Sites, the
Yucatan peninsula and all the wealth of the Mayan culture
which make it a unique destination, mind you, accompanied
with tequila, lemon and salt.
Puerto Vallarta - Riviera Nayarit
smile! (In Jamaica, y'all) Get it together, y'all!" Bob
Marley was definitely right: Jamaica was made for smiling.
An island with mountainous terrain surrounded by a coastal
strip which enables the contrast of the intense green and
blue colours of the Caribbean Sea to become a unique island.
From the Blue Mountains to the white sand beaches, if the
island has something special it is the spirit of Rastafari.
Let yourself go and remember "no problem, you're in