Dunn’s River Falls

Dunn’s River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica and a major tourist attraction of the Caribbean, receiving a multitude of visitors every year. At about 180 feet high and 600 feet long, the waterfalls are terraced like giant natural stairs though some incorporate man-made improvements. Several small lagoons are interspersed among the vertical sections of the falls. Dunn’s River Falls are bordered by lush, green vegetation that shades the area from the sun and keeps the area, and climbers, refreshed. The climb can be relatively hard so…

North American ALPS

Many tall waterfalls occur where meltwater from mountain glaciers drop down a headwall, which are common occurrences in the North Cascades. Many waterfalls, despite their great height, are non-notable as they are not clearly visible and often have low volume. Seahpo Peak Falls, despite its great height at nearly 2,200 feet (670 m), is an example of one of these waterfalls. A few notable exceptions do occur; Sulphide Creek Falls occurs where meltwaters from two of the largest Mount Shuksan glaciers are forced through a narrow chute over a 2,183-foot…

Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon)

Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) is an island nation south of India, in the Indian Ocean. Its diverse landscapes range from rainforest and arid plains to plateaus and sandy beaches. It is famous for its ancient Buddhist ruins, including the 5th century Citadel of Sigiriya with its palace and frescoes. The city of Anuradhapura, the ancient capital of Sri Lanka, has many ruins over 2,000 years old.

Saona Island

Saona Island lies off the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic. Part of the East National Park, it’s known for mangroves and coral reefs and palm-fringed beaches like Palmilla Beach. The island’s shallow waters are home to starfish. Mano Juan is a laid-back fishing village near Flamingo Lagoon, with colorful shacks and a turtle sanctuary. To the west, the Cave of Cotubanamá has pre-Columbian rock art.

The Masai Tribe Kenya Africa

The Masai  are a tribe, estimated at about 880 000 people living in Kenya Southern and Tanzania Northern. They speak Maa , which is an Eastern Nilotic language , although many of them are able to express themselves correctly in Swahili and English . Most of the Maasai maintain their traditional religion, although in recent years some have converted to Christianity. 3 Before colonization they were dedicated to predation. Currently, they are nomadic herders of bovids , sheep and goats, around which their economic wealth revolves. They live in settlements…

Labadee Beach Haiti

This is one of the beaches of Haiti The location is named after the Marquis de La Badie, a Frenchman who first settled the area in the 17th century. The peninsula and a village were named Labadie. The cruise company spells the name “Labadee” to make it easier for American English-speakers to pronounce.Once you get to Labadee you will understand why it’s famed for its Zipline excursion and hopefully get to ride it. Soaring 500 feet above ground, it is the longest over the water zip line course world overAlthough Labadee is more safe than the rest of Haiti,…