July 28, 2021
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July 28, 2021
July 29, 2021


Cayman Islands

    • They are a British Overseas Territory consisting of 3 islands in the western Caribbean Sea-Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac.
    • They have warm and rainy summers followed by cool and relatively dry winters.
    • The national symbol of the Cayman Islands is the green sea turtle.


  • Get ready for adventure on Grand Cayman Island. Here you can go on a guided snorkeling excursion, swim with stingrays, visit Starfish Point to enjoy all the radiant starfish in the shallow waters, enjoy a slow cruise through the mangroves and learn about their valuable and fragile ecosystem, enjoy dining and drinks at many dockside restaurants and bars, enjoy a magical evening swimming in a bioluminescent bay, spend time at their stunning beaches snorkeling or relaxing in the warm Caribbean sun, or tour the Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery where they age their rum on the ocean floor. And so much more. There is no shortage of things to do here.
  • Stay on Little Cayman and relax in a peaceful paradise. Little Cayman is the least populated of the 3 islands. While here you can dive at Bloody Bay Wall to see vibrant coral and sea turtles, sharks, and seahorses. Visit the secluded beach at Point of Sand for a day of snorkeling. Go to South Hole Sound Lagoon for a private swim in water that is every shade of blue. Bask on empty beaches with soft sand and only the sound of the breeze rustling the palm trees. Kick back and enjoy the beautiful night sky. Stay in a serene and quiet cottage on the water’s edge. Enjoy a nap in a hammock or a swim in the pool. An amazing place to unplug and enjoy those people so important to you.
  • You can stay on Cayman Brac, which is named after its breathtaking bluff. You can dive limestone caves, along seawalls, and even around a sunken ship. The lush green forests throughout are perfect for birdwatchers. You can see endangered parrots, brown boobies and peregrine falcons perched in the canopy above. Hike the Lighthouse Footpath to the top of the bluff for some outstanding views. Eat at Barry’s Golden Jerk where they serve delicious jerk chicken and pork at a roadside shack. Stay in a villa or beach house for a very private getaway.
  • Indonesia Luxury Cruise

    • Cruise on a luxury ship to locations in Indonesia
    • Offering 7 and 12-night sailings.
    • The ship is 5 levels and has 15 sea-facing suites.
    • Onboard kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling equipment are provided.
    • Expert-led excursions are provided that explore the most bio-diverse marine habitats, witness rare native bird species, and embrace centuries old history and culture.
    • Ships Decks have Outdoor Seating and Dining, Barbecue,Jacuzzi, Spa and Exercise Zone, Indoor Lounge Bar,Library and TV Room.
    • Best time to travel is October-February.
    • Highlights:

    • Visit the Ambon and Spice Islands: Go trekking Gunung Banda Api volcano, go snorkeling and diving, visit a local market, watch a kora-kora war canoe display, and see Pulau Manuk, a lone volcanic crater island.
    • Visit the Raja Ampat Islands where deep blue waters turn to turquoise and mushroom-shaped islets right before your eyes.The calm waters are ideal for kayaking and paddleboarding.Or take a tender boat tour to discover magnificent limestone formations and find a private beach to call your own. You could also climb the stairs to Pindito summit to capture the unforgettable and iconic vista of the island cluster.
    • Visit Cape Kri to witness nature in full motion in a single dive or snorkel, with species such as whales trying to feed on smaller fish, or see manta ray cleaning stations, where these massive creatures queue up to get their skin, gills and teeth cleaned by parasitic copepods and a variety of small cleaner wrasse species — an amazing sight to behold.
  • Cruise The Adriatic Sea

    • Featured Cruise Operator-Celestyal Cruises.
    • Adriatic Sea Ports-Venice (Italy),Dubrovnik (Croatia), Split (Croatia), Kotor(Montenegro), Corfu (Greece), Katakolon(Greece) and Patras (Greece)
    • Mid-sized ships.
    • They offer an authentic, lifetime experience, both on board and on shore.
    • Offer 5 or 7 might cruises.
    • All-inclusive experience. Including, all meals onboard, unlimited drinks packages, select excursions, onboard entertainment, and gratuities.
    • Highlights:

    • Corfu is the mythical home of the Olympian God, Poseidon, and the island on which Odysseus was shipwrecked in Homer’s epic,The Odyssey. Tour the Vlacherna Monastery and catch a breathtaking sunset here.
    • Visit Paleokastritsa and see endless olive groves,rolling hills and secluded coves.
    • Visit Katakolon which is the birthplace of the Olympic Games. While here, explore the bayside area and picturesque streets before heading into one of the many tavernas and cafes to meet the locals and sample exquisite Greek cuisine.
    • Patras has attractive squares, fun-filled streets, a lively nightlife and plenty of great restaurants and bars.
    • Experience romantic Venice and ride a gondola, stroll around St Mark’s Square, visit the Doge’s Palace and Basilica di San Marco, cross the Rialto Bridge, explore the maze of winding alleys and hidden narrow backstreets and have lunch by the Grand Canal.
    • Visit awe-inspiring Dubrovnik and tour the ancient city walls, ride the Dubrovnik Cable Car, enjoy homemade cuisine,and visit the Game of Thrones filming locations.
    • Visit Split, where its coastal mountains are the perfect backdrop to the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. Visit Diocletian’s Palace which is home to world’s most impressive Roman Monuments.
    • Kotor is a medieval maze of stunning architecture, lovely churches,& squares, sprinkled with cafes and Venetian Palaces. Think blue seas and rolling mountains drenched in the heavenly scent of lemons, oranges, mimosas, and camellias.