Islands

What is it about the maldives? It only takes a few holiday reviews, a little bit of background research, and a glance at some typically jaw-dropping pictures to realise that people just love the Maldives. Anyone even vaguely aware of the place is likely to go ‘Ooooohhh…’ at the very mention of the islands, a sentiment echoed by the ‘Ahhhhhh…’ people emit when they arrive there and the majesty of it starts to sink in. Visitors return with overwhelmingly good feelings for the Maldives, to the extent that most customer reviews of holidays there are…
Breathtaking scenery, crystal clear beaches, amazing weather, crazy clubbing, and unlimited fun-filled entertainment—Ibiza offers the perfect vacation for lone wayfarers as well as for families. The idyllic Spanish island is home to 56 picturesque beaches with creeks, pine-covered hills, and white sand. The weather is clear and the temperatures stay around 28° C throughout the summer months, which make this traditional and historic place ideally suited for families. The island is small, which means that you don’t have to spend much time on the road, and can get around with kids without much hassle. The…
As one of the oldest languages, Hawaiian is a beautiful, flowing collection of words and phrases that captures the natural beauty of the Hawaiian islands with melody, hidden meanings and wonderful mysteries. A special language is needed to describe the islands of Hawaii, for Webster's words cannot adequately portray the palm trees on the coast of Oahu backlit and ablaze by the setting sun, let alone the endless black sand beaches of Kalapana, the dominant rainforests across the Big Island or the cascading waterfalls that prance over Molokai's volcanic rocks. Yet the Hawaiian language contains…
La Palma, this beautiful and so attractive tourist destination, is one of the seven Canary Islands and next in our tour. La Palma is an island dominated by peace and tranquility, famous for the hospitality of its people, with a crystalline sea, expanses of white and thin sand. It is the highest island in the world and is the base of the most important astrophysical observatory of the Northern hemisphere, on the top of the Roque de los Muchachos. La Palma is a small but unique island, with only 80,000 inhabitants, and a territory full…