It is all so pretty obvious why this is a popular destination for gay and lesbian travelers. There are a multitude of gay-owned and operated establishments located in Wilton Manors, a bustling hotspot for residents and visitors, often referred to as the heart of the gay scene.
South Beach or SoBe is the heart of LGBT Miami. The gayborhood is flanked by the ocean on one side and a rainbow of pastel-colored hotels, restaurants and bars on the other side. South Beach is home to the largest concentration of gay-friendly businesses and hotels, and is the hotspot for nightlife and fabulous dining. Swanky meets sexy on the sun-splashed playground.
Cozumel is an ideal world-class destination for Romantic vacations, kid-friendly family adventures, adventure enthusiasts, scuba diving lovers, cruise ship visitors or simply those looking to relax in the crystal waters of the Mexican Caribbean.
Inspired by Sophia Loren herself, MSC Divina brings you all the elegance and glamour of the golden age of sea travel in a new vision. A spacious, ultramodern interpretation that pampers you with sumptuous comfort and an immense variety of sports and leisure facilities, plus world-class entertainment.
George Town, sometimes referred to as Georgetown, Grand Cayman, is the center of shipping, cruise traffic, and Cayman business. All Caribbean cruise traffic arrives through the port in George Town. The Grand Cayman airport is just a few miles away, as is legendary Cayman Seven Mile beach
Go to the time where quaint wooden houses lined the streets, where village carpenters hand craft custom furniture, and tavern keepers warmly greet town guests. Falmouth Jamaica is often compared with Colonial Williamsburg, but this particular historic town comes with an advantage - the beautiful Caribbean Sun. You'll return with sun kissed skin, timeless memories as well as interesting historical tidbits to share with friends, like this one: Falmouth received piped water before New York City.. The town of Falmouth certainly contains the largest collection of Georgian style buildings in the country. Some estimates, however, claim this collection is also the largest in the West Indies! Falmouth has maintained a long and distinguished
Great Stirrup Cay, is the northernmost island in a chain of islands known as The Berry Islands. It is situated in an area along the Northwest Providence Channel. When sailing vessels gave way to steamships, shipping traffic increased through this channel. As a result, in 1863, the Imperial Lighthouse Service erected the lighthouse on Great Stirrup Cay. Although it was manned for many years, it is currently timed and solar-powered.