Category archives: South America

 

 

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Vacation of the Lifetime at Jade Mountain in St. Lucia

Jade Mountain, St. Lucia. The luxurious resort in the eastern Caribbean Sea fascinates not only with its service. Each room has an amazing panoramic view and an infinity pool! The island of St. Lucia, where English is an official language, attracts many tourists, who are looking for a relaxing vacation. Besides the warm climate and water, [...]

 

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A Relaxing Vacation in Nicaragua

Nicaragua. The country is located in a tropical climate zone. It is surrounded with the Pacific Ocean from one side and the Caribbean Sea from the other. Nicaragua relives its popularity again: with the new resorts the tourism rapidly increases. The tourists come here not only to relax: ecological tourists and surfers also visit the country. [...]

 

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The Wildest Swing in Your Life in Ecuador

Casa Del Arbol, Baños, Ecuador. If you thought that riding a swing is for kids, think again. Here is the wildest swing in the world: the swings hanging from Casa Del Arbol above the abyss attracts many brave adventurers. The treehouse actually is a seismic monitoring station. From here an incredible site of the Cordillera Real [...]

 

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The Largest Swimming Pool in the World

World’s Largest Swimming Pool is found in Algarrobo, Chile at the San Alfonso del Mar resort. In December of 2006 it was officially announced as the biggest pool by the Guiness Book of World Records. The enormous swimming pool is 3,323 feet in length and holds 66 million gallons of salt water. It is 115 feet [...]

 

 

 

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Iguazu Falls - World Wonder of Nature

Iguazu Falls, border of Brazil and Argentina. Not very high (285 ft/87 m), but very impressive: it has 275 cascades, that form a horseshoe and stretch for 8858ft (2700 m). It is taller and twice as wide as Niagara Falls. Iguazu Falls are surrounded with national parks in both countries. Fed by Iguazu River, the [...]

 

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Amazing Lord Howe Island in Australia

Lord Howe Island, Australia. Two hours off Sydney, the volcanic island is a jewel of an Eastern Australian cost. It is only 11 km long and 2 km width. Coral Sea rinses its shores and it has a beautiful strip of The Great Barrier Reef. Although very beautiful, the remote island is not open to everyone [...]