Jamaica Jamaica is one of the most popular island destinations in the Caribbean. Each year the island 's golden beaches, soaring mountains, vibrant culture and tropical climate attract over 2,5 million tourists. The island is 10 991 square kilometres, with mostly mountainous terrain, punctuated by narrow coastal plains. On the southern coastline there are small black sand beaches, while the western coast contains the finest beaches. Jamaica is also home to magnificent coral reefs, unspoilt forests, beautiful waterfalls and over 100 rivers.
Only a couple of miles away or maybe even closer the humphead parrotfish can be found chomping on yummy rock and coral with their hard teeth to get their main meal of choice algae. The fish play a large part in the erosion of the reef. The rock and coral they swallow emerges later as a fine sand and overtime that sand builds up to form an island. The islands created through the fish then become a popular tourist destination for fun and realization. Now how can just one fish make an island?
It is also housing a few endangered species like the Dugong, a sea cow, and a large Green Sea Turtle. This place is so significant that UNESCO listed the Great Barrier as a World Heritage Site in 1981. It has also been one of the most sought out tourist destinations in the world. The Great Barrier Reef has a great amount of marine life and over 3000 individual reef systems, coral clays, and hundreds of tropical islands. There are many ways to enjoy the Great Barrier Reef.
A Diver's paradise is about the ocean, it talks about it's fauna and flora with well strung together sentences that make you feel like you there taking a swim. For example stanza two line 2-3 "a school of angel fish quickly shish by as swift as fin and tail would done." I can imagine those quick angel fish gliding by. As I might have mentions the author use quite a lot of imagery to
The Cairns Fishing Adventure A Great Australia Road Trip You love holidays? You love to fish? Then you 'll need to come to Cairns, Australia where the fishing is, quite simply, bloody fantastic. You 've got options coming out of your ears when you fish in Cairns on your next Great Australian Road Trip. It has almost every species of Pacific game fish in the blue waters near the reef.
There are a number of tours that are available during the mornings and afternoons. One of the most popular sights to visit during the trip is the Antilla Shipwreck which is located near the northwest tip of the island and is a paradise for divers of all experience levels. Evening excursions are also a fantastic way to view Aruba’s spectacular sunset from the water. Finally, a trip to Aruba wouldn’t be complete without a trip downtown for some shopping, fine dining, or nightlife entertainment. The food in Aruba is spectacular.
Description The print Fireworks at Ryōgoku Bridge is the 98th picture from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo by Utagawa Hiroshige, which illustrates that in the Tokugawa Period, during summer and early fall, the Sumida River was the scene of a custom known as “taking in the cool in the evening”. Fireworks displays were conventional activities taken place along both banks of the Sumida River, where an endless variety of entertainment was offered on both land and water. In this image, there are many pleasure boats on the Sumida River, with the Ryōgoku Bridge in the center. The restaurants (north of the bridge) traditionally supported the major fireworks displays at the site, together with the boathouses. The largest boat in the center is the
Beach Beauties A quick look through any guide of Hawaii beaches will quickly show you that sand, sun and surf are just some of the great attractions out there. There are a number of world-class beaches that can offer you different sight-seeing wonders. For example, the Salt Pond Beach Park in Hanapēpē, Kauai is also home to the only natural salt pond in Hawaii. During the summer season, visitors can watch Hawaiians make salt. Another famous beach called Shipwreck Beach in Lanai offers a world of interesting items such as spectacular natural views as well as the opportunity to see the abandoned hull of a World War II Liberty Ship.
Chasing the Dream-What’s Happening Around the Galapagos in January January marks the beginning of the warm season in the islands. As the air and water temperatures rise; daily rain showers leave behind lush vegetation and vibrant, sunny skies for a Galapagos vacation that takes your breath away. Exotic by nature, the archipelago comes alive in the new year as many of its creatures wait for the warm season to breed. Green sea turtles lay their eggs, land and marine iguanas start to mate, and giant tortoise eggs are hatching. The tropical temperatures make it one of the most alluring times for a Galapagos vacation.