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Comment choisir un thème pour son mariage aux Antilles ?

Vous en rêviez depuis longtemps et voilà le grand jour qui approche. Vous avez déjà décidé que votre mariage se déroulera aux Antilles, au soleil sur une île, sur la plage au bord de la mer, sur un beau catamaran voguant dans des eaux cristallines ou encore dans une villa coloniale ? Nous vous confirmons que vous avez fait le bon choix. Un mariage en Guadeloupe ou sur une autre

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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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Dominican Republic

Swimming in the Caribbean Seas, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, the Dominican Republic has what it takes to create the perfect mix for a true paradise: the island offers a large diversity of sceneries with fascinating differences between the north and the south. It is a hospitable country with kilometers of white sandy beaches, coconut trees, banana trees and a sea with its water temperature set between

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Se marier sur une île : le mariage dans les Caraïbes

Vous rêvez d’un mariage dans un endroit particulièrement enchanteur, au soleil sur une île, au bord de la mer, ou sur un catamaran dans des eaux cristallines, ou encore dans une villa coloniale ? Eh bien nous vous conseillons un mariage dans les Caraïbes, un endroit splendide pour une escapade inoubliable et pour une lune de miel romantique. Bien entendu, vous y retrouverez des professionnels qui proposent leurs services pour

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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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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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Cuba

Cuba is the biggest Caribbean island with 16 provinces; an island country of the West Indies, it is located in the south of the United States and west of Mexico. Its capital is Havana. It is a subtle mixture of mountain ranges and plains, white sandy beaches and as many bays. A true cultural and ethnic melting-pot, this island is blessed with unquestionable hospitality which, despite its poverty, keeps its

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Aruba

Located in the Netherlands Antilles, Aruba, a small island in the Caribbean Sea, is known for its impressive white-sandy beaches lined with palm-trees and its crystal-clear waters that are every diver’s dream. Off the Venezuelan coasts, this island has been shaped to charm tourists: beaches to suit all tastes, numerous hotels and various tourist activities. Basic Fact Sheet: • Flights available from different towns in and outside France: Paris, Nice,

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Haiti

Surrounded in the east by the Dominican Republic and in the south by the Caribbean Sea, the Republic of  Haiti is a country of the Greater Antilles formed by several peninsulas: the Gulf of Gonâve is located offshore, the island of Tortuga to the north of the country and Cow Island in the south-west. Despite its political instabilities and problems of massive deforestation, its geographical position blesses it with the

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Sleeping in wooden Creole huts

What tempts people to holiday in an ancient French colony turned into an Overseas French Department like Guadeloupe is mainly the postcard beauty relayed by palm trees and beaches. In order to fully appreciate the island’s culture and history, besides strolling through a museum, why not try out a night’s sleep in a traditional Creole hut, a facet of the West Indies’ genuine way of life? Built at the start

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