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Fond Doux Estate in Saint-Lucia

A brief history lesson: Saint-Lucia has been for more than a century at stake of constant confrontationsbetween Great Britain and France. The island went from hand to hand 14 times before becoming Englishin 1803. To this day, it still draws desire mainly from the tourists who look to spend unforgettableholidays in the most gorgeous location. Every year, Saint Lucia attracts thousands of tourists thanks toits many assets besides the sun

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Adventure Trip in Anse La Raye

Saint Lucia is an insular state of the West Indies with more than one trick up its sleeve to amaze touriststhe world over. In fact, this island has more to offer than the classic trio – sun, sea, and sand – of theCaribbean. Diving, whale and turtle watching, sailing and catamaran cruises, boat trips, cultural trips,treks, windsurfing, big game fishing etc; in short it is packed with activities that will

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Richard Branson’s submarine

Richard Branson is the famous British billionaire and CEO of Virgin. Here’s a little glimpse of what made his reputation: to name just a few, he owns a mobile phone company, a music label, many high-end restaurants, his very own airline, a rail company, a private island in the Caribbean (Necker Island), a luxury catamaran (Necker Belle) etc. Nevertheless what remains the most impressive is the Virgin Galactic, a tourist

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Diving in Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe and its hundreds of kilometers of coasts offer the most beautiful diving destinations of all of the West Indies. A number of sites sheltering the most sumptuous submarine fauna and flora demand to be explored. There is a lot to be discovered in its sea beds: a variety of fish of all kinds, huge sponges, beautiful corals and other inhabitants of the marine world such as turtles, dolphins, stingrays,

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Bob Marley Museum – Jamaica

Just 29 years ago, the world lost the Jamaican artist, Bob Marley, to cancer. It is thanks to this giant of the music world that Jamaica is known the world over, that reggae music has established itself next to rock music and that the Rastafarian movement has spread its wings. To this day, his music is still well appreciated by the younger generations. An account of his story, his path

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Discover Martinique’s sea-beds in see-through kayaks

Martinique and its beautiful beaches and turquoise waters have an endless charm for tourists. Just imagine that you can visit the island’s sea-beds while taking unique and exclusive photos – all this without even getting wet. Yes, this is not just a mere dream anymore. The underwater fauna and flora can now be observed without any disturbance caused to the marine world thanks to the presence of the Molokini in

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The Schoelcher Library

The Schoelcher Library was built in Le Jardin des Tuileries in Paris in 1887 for the sole purpose of getting Parisians to see it. It then reached its final destination bit by bit by boat in Fort de France. There is not much left of the 10000 original works, which were mainly European classics or legal books left by Victor Schoelcher to Martinique. Burnt or stolen during the fire that

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CLEMENT HOUSE

There is no better proof of the Creole way of life than Clement House (Habitation Clement) which keeps on attracting tourists with its typical architecture reminiscent of houses of the 18th century West Indies. The locals are also attached to the house and see it as an ageless place whose authenticity needs to be preserved. The house, perched on a hill, is surrounded – as per the customs of the

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Carnival tradition

Let’s start with a bit of history: The carnival’s traditions root way back in the past. The discovery of “The man in the mask” in the caves of Trois Frères in Ariège in France date back 15000 to 10000 years before Jesus Christ. This goes to show that the traditions linked to the carnival are nearly as ancient as Man himself. When it comes to the Caribbean carnival, it was

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Down the scenic Martha Brae river on a bamboo raft

There’s another experience that should be lived at all costs during your stay in Jamaica – going down the mythical Martha Brae River on a makeshift bamboo raft. Let yourself be guided by the voice of the captain who will tell you everything about the legends of the villages bordering the river. Tropical vegetation in the heart of the wilderness, bountiful foliage and the active fauna will surprise and marvel

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