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Which water sports to enjoy in a Caribbean vacation? (Part 2)

Once you emerge inside the cave, you will be able to admire the breathtaking view of the light through the gaps above. The cave is beautiful but the underwater world is outstanding. Lighted up by the rays of the sun, colorful fish swim around the reef and you feel like you’re in a giant bowl of fish.

Ray – Belize Alley Shark

If you’ve ever wanted a encounter with sharks and rays, then don’t miss Shark Ray Alley off the coast of Ambergris Cay in Belize. Belize is famous for scuba diving, and going out to the Blue Hole is an unforgettable experience, but swimming with nurse sharks and rays is one of the most uplifting and thrilling experiences we’ve ever had in life.

The nurse sharks seem to love human interaction and the rays welcome the divers as they swim towards them to touch their incredible wingspan. Attracted for years by fishermen cleaning up their catches, Shark Ray Alley has lots of sharks and rays that are still rushing towards the boats looking for scrap.

Coral reefs are full of not only sharks and rays, but also colorful fish from Barracuda to clownfish – all in balance and harmony in the sea. As our guide told us, today, don’t think of fish burgers, instead meet all my friends and shark photos and fish in a new way. When we look at the fish in the sea, we see that they all have a littler personality. They seem playful and full of joy and that’s exactly how we feel.

Underwater horseman – Dominican Republic

It’s interesting to mention our list of Caribbean water sports to try. While on our journey, one of our stops was La Romana Dominican and it was here that we signed up for the trip like the greatest adventure on the island, The Adventure Riders Adventure. Having the opportunity to drive your own zodiac on the breaking waves is a thrilling experience and it lives up to the hype.

6 exciting sports activities in Northern Michigan of the Caribbean islands (Part 1)

Want to have a beach vacation that offers world class scuba diving, secluded beaches and unlimited water sports? This may sound like somewhere in the Caribbean, but a summer in Northern Michigan offers that! Michigan is blessed with four of the five great lakes, all of which create water lovers’ playgrounds for adventurers.

Michigan is the perfect place for water sports. There are some exciting water sports in Northern Michigan as follows. Let’s check out and see which activities should you try when visiting Northen Michigan.

You don’t have to leave the mainland to enjoy your Caribbean vacation. These underwater adventures will help you make the most of your summer in Northern Michigan. So grab a glass of margarine, put an umbrella into the cup, sit back and enjoy the incredible underwater adventures in the Caribbean that you can do in UP.

Scuba diving

If you want to feel like you’re heading to the Caribbean, an island escape is a great way to set the mood. Beaver Island is the largest island in Lake Michigan and has water sports, sunset dinners and deserted beaches. The trip to Beaver Island took us on an adventure on the islands with Mike Weede of Paradise Bay Charters, where we dived to explore some old wrecks.

The Great Lake is a mecca for scuba diving because countless boats litter the lake bed. Visibility has increased over the years due to the zebra mussels clinging to ships from the European Caspian Sea. The ships that once sat in the murky fog now sit in clear water with views of up to 100 feet.

After a day on the water, head to Beaver Island Lodge for a sunset dinner with an innovative menu designed by Chef James Mason. This local dish offers pairs of wine and creative cocktails with their menu.

Which water sports to enjoy in a Caribbean vacation? (Part 1)

A Caribbean vacation is not a vacation until we get wet in the Caribbean Sea. The sapphire blue waters of the islands are so beautiful and fascinating, it would be a pity to miss a toe in the salty sea.

Although we enjoy luxury escapades, we also want to make sure we have great adventures. To help you get the most out of the water, we’ve put together our top 8 Caribbean water sports, which will make a great addition to your winter vacation.

While flying over the West Indies and the South Caribbean, we marvel at the ever-changing, beautiful blue water. From above, you can watch the colors change from light and dark as the depth of the ocean changes before us.

It took us two days to sail to the far southern islands and as soon as we arrived at the port, we began a roaring underwater adventure with The Sailors Riders at La Romana Dominican. It’s just one of the best Caribbean water sports we’ve tried, check out the rest below!

Swim with whale sharks – Mexico

Nothing is more magical than plunging into the deep blue waters off the coast of Cancun and facing the largest fish in the sea. They may be large but whale sharks are gentle giants that eat plankton. Their mouth is very large, but they cannot swallow you if they try.

Whale sharks seem to be moving at a slow pace, but keeping up with them is another story. Whale sharks really swim very fast so be prepared to swim so hard to keep up the pace. Check out our swimming experience with whale sharks in Mexico.

Snorkelling Thunderball Grotto – Bahamas

That’s where the Thunderball of the James Bond series was filmed. Into the Blue was also filmed here! It is not uncommon for Hollywood to flock to Exuma Cays to film blockbusters at Thunderball Grotto.

It is not just heaven, it is adventure! We’ve done a lot of scuba diving around the world, but our favorite scuba diving experience is definitely diving through the flooded holes of this hollow island.

Top reasons to choose Caribbean for your next vacation (Part 2)

Great places for diving

The first thing you must definitely do when traveling here is scuba diving, activity will help you have memorable memories when swimming with dolphins and turtles. The sea with crystal clear waters will help you admire the unique coral reefs and corpses of the sunken ships.

If you are in Barbados, you will have the opportunity to explore the image of 200 sunken shipwrecks, around the Carlisle Bay area and the coral reefs that are ideal places for snorkeling. If you do not know how to dive, then just … be assured, because this is a perfect place for you to study this subject because of its warm water all year round and the sea view quite far.

This sea is known for possessing many beautiful islands, most of the islands here have been discovered and discovered by humans. Hints for excursions through famous landmarks including River Falls in Dunn in Jamaica and a trip to St. Lucia’s rainforest.

If you’re in Grenada then swim in the Seven Sister Falls and walk to Honeymoon Falls should be added to your schedule. If you have the opportunity, you can also “visit the ray” to visit more vibrant and historic cities like Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, and the largest city of Puerto Rico, San Juan, to follow pirates’ footsteps.

The vibrant life of the islands at night

Taste cocktails made from rum, fresh lobsters and the lively party atmosphere at night in the tropics, is the way people often apply for their evenings in the Caribbean. You can look forward to alfresco rooftop meals, lively bars with Caribbean reggae and traditional Soca music as well as beach parties.

The Dominican Republic is one of the best places if you intend to join a nightclub or casino, while the Bahamas clubs never really start to burn out. when it’s past midnight. Travel in the Caribbean vibrant year round, even during the rainy season, and you can come here in about a week or two to find your favorite island and come back whenever you can.

What are the most beautiful islands of the Caribbean to explore? (Part 2)

No visit to the Grand Cayman lacks the experience of scuba diving watching the Kittiwake sunken boat north of Seven Mile Beach. The ship has been out of service since 1945 and brought here.

In 2011, Kittiwake was submerged under the sea in a diving project and created an environment for the development of corals. Tourists can easily meet the stingrays, blue sea turtles, grouper and many other sea creatures choose the deck as a home.

In the afternoon, head south on the island to the capital George Town, where fresh batches of fresh fish have just been taken from the boat. Do not forget to visit Cabana’s bar restaurant to enjoy seafood dishes prepared on site.

Not far from the center of George Town is Stingray City, the most attractive beach on Grand Cayman Island. Here, visitors are spoiled for pets to play with the rays of the rays just below the depth of the ocean. Those who do not know how to swim just wear glasses and hoses and dip into the aquatic world at their fingertips.

In addition, the center of George Town has a lot of restaurants from high to intermediate and the rich roadside shops. The late-night stores and live music stores are an opportunity for you to have fun, experience the vibrant nightlife.

Martinique

This tiny island is just over 1,000 km2 wide with a population of less than 400,000 people, though located in the Caribbean but French. Therefore, the island’s currency is the Euro, the main language being French.

Named by explorer Christopher Columbus when he saw the island in 1493, Martinique bears the full sense of a “heavenly paradise”.

Many people often start their day at Le Diamont, a small town southwest of the island. Pick up some fruit and fresh coconut water in your local market before stopping by the Plaisir du Gout pastry shop, buying some croissants for breakfast on the fresh 5-mile beach.

The coastal road to the north takes you through Bellefontaine and Case-Pilote, two colorful fishing villages. Along the way at Le Carbet there is the Distillery Neisson stop, where you can taste the richest rum in the world. Also sugar cane juice is a drink that you do not forget to try.

What are the most beautiful islands of the Caribbean to explore? (Part 1)

Whether it’s Jamaica, Grand Cayman or Martinique, the Caribbean island has captivated visitors from all over the world.

Jamaica

Jamaica is located in the center of the famous Caribbean from the first movie about Dr. 007 No (1962). Ian Fleming, the author of a series of novels about a talented spy, must not be mistaken when choosing Jamaica as the place to write stories about 007. Because he can freely let his imagination soar between the sky, the beach sand and vast ocean.

You can start your first journey in a beautiful country by choosing Ocho Rios, the resort located on the north shore of the island to stay.

Ocho Rios is a concentration area of ​​many resorts on the northern shore of the island.

Despite being a small island, Jamaica also has rivers suitable for rafting like the White River. The journey will take you through the wild spaces of the jungle and through the foot of a bridge built by the Spanish in the 17th century.

The most beautiful of the Ocho Rios is the Coyaba garden, where you can admire the Mahoe waterfall, which flows non-stop.

From the center of Ocho Rios, it is only a few kilometers to Rio Nuevo Bay, where Sugarpot Ruins Beach Bar is located, an ideal lunch spot with impeccable fish. Not far away is Miss T’s Kitchen, where you can find most extremely traditional Jamaican dishes.

The restaurant’s signature dish is cooked cow’s tail. In addition to shrimp sauce, coconut water fish curry also always tops the list of favorites. If you have the opportunity, you should try Jamaican’s native dish of ackee fruit cooked with salted fish served with rice and salad.

In the afternoon, after swimming and snorkeling, visitors are advised to dine at Christopher restaurant on the premises of Hermosa Cove Villa hotel with an international menu. The restaurant is named after the great explorer Christopher Columbus, who commented on Jamaica “the most beautiful country people have ever seen.”

Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is one of the three Cayman islands of the United Kingdom, located just below Cuba in the Caribbean.

On the west coast of the island, the beach stretching over 11 km is always lively and attracts visitors to spend the day playing. Start the morning at the Caribbean-style Ciboco cafe, where the famous corn-fried egg and minced beef is meant to fuel the next dive.

TOP 9 ATTRACTIVE WATER SPORT IN CARIBBEAN ISLAND (PART 4)

Snorkeling – Grand Turk

If you want to add a zip in your snorkeling experience and you’re flying with Carnival, check out the powerful snorkel adventure in Grand Turk. Grand Turk is famous for its incredible diving and snorkelling and that’s because just a few hundred meters from the shore, you will witness a jaw dropping 7000 feet off the continental shelf.

The thruster helps you soar through the clear waters of this underwater wonderland. We are always looking for new underwater adventures and this is one of the top things on our list to try!

Kite surfing – Argentina

Argentina is a very popular destination for beach lovers. Partly because so many beaches are very shallow and great for swimming. The warm, gin-blue water is often found only in the Caribbean and uninterrupted beaches repeatedly.

A popular sport in Aruba is kite surfing. You will find the bay full of kite surfers pulling back and forth along the coast. With flat, warm water, deep waists and year-round commercial winds, Argentina offers the perfect conditions for kite surfing all year round.

Stingray City of the Cayman Islands

Stingray City is a place where tourists can interact with almost tame stingrays. For years, fishermen have lured stingrays here as they clean their fish in the calm waters of a sandy beach just off the Grand Cayman Island.

They are so familiar to people that stingrays will swim straight at you and eat them out of your hands or rest in your arms. Read all about it here at Stingray City and Grand Cayman Luxury Safaris.

So the next time you get to the Caribbean, make sure you pull yourself out of bars and casinos and enjoy the beautiful waters to try one of these Caribbean water sports. Colors, clarity and captivating underwater scenes will surprise you. The Caribbean Sea is definitely a place to hang out in the sun! What is your favorite underwater adventure in the Caribbean or around the world?

Top 9 attractive water sport in Caribbean Island (part 1)

A Caribbean vacation is not a vacation until we get wet in the Caribbean Sea. The sapphire blue waters of the islands are so beautiful and fascinating, it would be a pity to miss a toe in the salty sea.

Although we enjoy luxury escapades, we also want to make sure we have great adventures. To help you get the most out of the water, we’ve put together our top 8 Caribbean water sports, which will make a great addition to your winter vacation.

While flying over the West Indies and the South Caribbean, we marvel at the ever-changing, beautiful blue water. From above, you can watch the colors change from light and dark as the depth of the ocean changes before us.

It took us two days to sail to the far southern islands and as soon as we arrived at the port, we began a roaring underwater adventure with The Sailors Riders at La Romana Dominican. It’s just one of the best Caribbean water sports we’ve tried, check out the rest below!

Swim with whale sharks – Mexico

Nothing is more magical than plunging into the deep blue waters off the coast of Cancun and facing the largest fish in the sea. They may be large but whale sharks are gentle giants that eat plankton. Their mouth is very large, but they cannot swallow you if they try.

Whale sharks seem to be moving at a slow pace, but keeping up with them is another story. Whale sharks really swim very fast so be prepared to swim so hard to keep up the pace. Check out our swimming experience with whale sharks in Mexico.

Snorkelling Thunderball Grotto – Bahamas

That’s where the Thunderball of the James Bond series was filmed. Into the Blue was also filmed here! It is not uncommon for Hollywood to flock to Exuma Cays to film blockbusters at Thunderball Grotto. It is not just heaven, it is adventure!

Popular sports at the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean (Part 2)

Shoal Bay Beach, Anguilla

Located on the east coast of Anguilla Island, Shoal Bay attracts a large number of diving enthusiasts and swimmers to explore the coral reefs near the shore and enjoy many water sports here.

Dickenson Bay, Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua has many beautiful exotic beaches, but most are deserted, except for Dickenson Bay Beach. There are many cheap hotels, white sand stretches giving visitors clear blue water and many local seafood bars and restaurants.

Englishman Bay, Tobago

Local tourists love this secluded quiet beach and they call this secluded beach the jewel of Tobago. There may not be many tourist facilities located on the west coast of Tobago, but this beach is what is not noisy, noisy, suitable for travelers who prefer tranquility. The soft white sand here is like a beauty point in contrast with the green tropical rain forests.

Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

Those who love to walk on the long sand will have to love this pure white beach hugging the blue sea with the early sunshine sunbathing along the white sand. This beach is located on the west coast of Grand Cayman Island, most of the resorts and hotels are extremely lavish.

Petit St Vincent Beach, Grenadines Islands

Like a formidable rival of Cay Palm Island, this private island is not too lavish. A place suitable for all visitors is near Canouan beach to enjoy relaxing relaxation with white sand and clear blue sea.

Mullins Beach, Barbados

If you can’t afford a hotel or vila close to the beach on many other beaches on this west coast, then on Mullins Beach you can do it. There will be no shortage of what you need in a relaxing day with the blue sea: soft sandy beaches, water sports games, sun loungers and inviting bars close to the beach.

Pinney Beach, St Kitts and Nevis

Clear blue water, beautiful beach bends embracing beautiful blue sea. That’s all you can expect from a beautiful beach like this one of the Caribbean, a beautiful and quiet beach.

Cane Garden Bay, Tortola

Perhaps this beach of Tortola is the most popular in the Caribbean. Because this is a busy area rhythm, many exciting sports activities, visitors are spoiled for sunbathing on the white sand, enjoying the delicious barbecue on the beach and watching the beautiful sunset every afternoon.

Popular sports at the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean (Part 1)

The long white sand beach with waves, the deserted beach, many attractive sea sports, the comforts from affordable to luxurious beach. That’s all that these The most beautiful beach of the Caribbean is attracting tourists on summer days.

Sun Bay Beach, Vieques, Puerto Rico

Most of the island was used by the US Navy until 2003, so more than 40 beaches here have grown quite well. Sun Bay is probably the most thriving beach among them. Although the beach here has very simple names such as Blue, Red, Green but all are amazingly beautiful and worthy for visitors to enjoy.

Pink Sands Beach, Harbor Island, Bahamas

Possibly the most beautiful view in the world, the Pink Sands beach often turns orange-pink when the sun sets. Clean white sand, safe diving area, excellent jasmine beach for swimmers and comfort hotels are the attractions for this beautiful beach.

Varadero Beach, Cuba

This is the most beautiful and clean white sand beach of the Caribbean. This beach is not too large, but even if 50 hotels here are crowded, you still have enough room to sunbathe on the sandy beaches.

Playa Grande Beach, Guanacaste Island, Costa Rica

Strange things happen when you stroll along the curving curves of this beach: the sand will turn from pearl white to orange-gray, while the sea is still blue. Those who love walking the seaside often love the waves, while those who love nature enjoy the sea turtle nest on the sand.

Grand Anse Beach, Grenada

The beautiful white sand beach is not always found in the Caribbean, but in Grenada there are many such beaches. For example, the Grand Anse with excellent white sand stretches, adding the grape growing areas and palm trees that are only available in the south of the capital, St. George, suitable for all families come here to relax.

Convenient access to the road, this beach has many delicious local specialties, seafood vendors and many water sport services.