Tips for a Caribbean Cruise


It’s no big deal to go to the Caribbean, but to truly discover its timeless natural treasures and beautiful tropical playgrounds, its amazing people, and personalities, is not possible for everyone. And this is exactly what the difference between a vacation and a life-changing experience is. So here’s our list of 5 things you should definitely do on a Caribbean cruise –


The Western Caribbean is famous for a capital of Mayan archaeological treasures, including well-preserved cities and temples, ancient plazas, pyramids and citadels majestic as the legendary ruins of Rome, Athens, and Egypt. The awe-inspiring 2,000-year-old city of Altun Ha in Belize and the famous “El Castillo” castle ruins in Tulum will make your jaw drop.


Whether you are an experienced diver or a novice snorkelers, you should definitely take a snorkeling boat and sail the heavenly exotic waters of Caribbean way down to the Stingray Sandbar. We can guarantee you that swimming alongside huge beautiful stingrays on the sandy seafloor in the North Sound lagoon will be one of the most beautiful moments of your life.




Fly high like a bird above the treetops of Antigua’s dense rainforest on an exuberating zipline rope. It will take you right through the heart of this exotic forest over the dramatic scenery and a wonderful gorge full of rich flora, interesting fruits, and several bird species.



Your trip to St. Lucia won’t be complete without visiting it’s most notable landmark – Les Pitons, now declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Catch a unique view of these magnificent dominating volcanoes while sailing by catamaran between the Petit & Gros peaks, parts of which stretch more than 2000 feet in the air, and then take a refreshing swim in a secluded cove in Marigot Bay.


There’s no other way to enjoy the local food learning the secrets of cooking authentic Mexican cuisine from a prestigious local chef, and then embracing the area’s festive culture by enjoying the dishes you made along with Mexican wines and National Open Bar—including amazing cocktails mixed with mezcal, tequila, rum, brandy, vodka, and beer. After a mouth-watering lunch, unwind at Playa Mia Grand Beach Park, which is also one of the largest and most popular beaches in Cozumel.

Best Travel Destinations in Toronto


Toronto is the largest city of Canada having population of more than 2.6 million. This city is famous for its professional sports that includes Hockey’s Maple Leaf and Baseball’s Blu Jays. Toronto has great shopping malls, a wide range of dining options, and world-class museums. Toronto is a city full of life and energy with its restored Victorian buildings, large Chinatown, and modern tall buildings. Tourist attractions in Toronto are:

  • CN Tower

This tower is the most recognizable icon of Canada that is located in the heart of Downtown Toronto. The Railway Company ‘Canadian National’ has built the Communication Tower having the height of 553.33 meters. This tower was the tallest tower in the world for 30 years until it was surpassed by the Burj Dubai. Visitors are taken up where they want through the glass elevator.

  • St. Lawrence Market

Today, St. Lawrence Market is contained in three buildings. One building of this market is for specialty food, second building is for farmer’s market and third for retail shops. South market houses 120 shops of foods, the cultural services of Toronto are showcased on second floor. Farmer’s market is housed in the north market.

  • Distillery District

The Distillery District has a charm of Victorian Toronto, people visits this place when they want to enjoy the charm of Victorian Toronto. This shopping area centers around the restored buildings, the shopping area is pedestrian-only. Visitors can find here boutiques, art galleries, entertainment venues, and more than 80 retail shops. The whole year, a number of events like music and cultural festivals and art shows are hosted by the District. It is the hottest spot in Canada.

  • Toronto Islands

Toronto Islands are the only Islands in the part of Lake Ontario. These are the largest care-free zone in North America, since a few cars are permitted to enter there. Centreville is an amusement park for children, located on the largest island. It also hosts different art festivals and music festivals throughout the year.

  • Ripley’s Museum of Canada

The Ripley’s Museum of Canada has 16000 aquatic animals, all swimming in the same tank. The tank is filled with 1.5 million gallons of water. This aquarium is the underwater tunnel, visitors can observe all these aquatic animals by walking through this largest tunnel of the North America. Every two hours live shows and starring of animals are conducted.

  • Casa Loma

This castle is a worth seeing place that is hard to miss or forget. The Casa Loma building was built on a hill in the 20th century. The construction of this huge castle was a dream of a wealthy man who always wanted to live in a Castle. Casa Loma has taken three years for its construction with 300 workers. When this castle was built it was the largest home in Toronto with 98 rooms in it, a library, a hunting lodge, secret passageway, lovely gardens blooming with flowers, and an elevator.