While beaches are what the majority of tourists come to Aruba, the island has way more to offer. Aruba is also home to colorful flora & fauna, mysterious caves, a diverse landscape & rich history. Aruba is very safe, so it’s a perfect place for solo female travelers, families with kids, or couple retreats. I visited…

If your perfect vacation includes sunbathing, building sandcastles, drinking colorful cocktails, or swimming in the ocean, then Aruba is just what you need. One Happy Island of Aruba has many white sand beaches, so everyone can find something for themselves. If you’re looking for things to do in Aruba that aren’t beaches, also check out…

I’ve been hearing stories about Cuba since childhood, as my parents went on their honeymoon there. Then, I ended up in high school that had Jose Marti for a patron. To European visitors, Cuba has been opened as long as I can remember, but the country has never experienced a tourist boom like it happened…

Add to Flipboard Magazine. Flamingos have been living in Aruba for years. Approximately 15 years ago a flamboyance of flamingos (it’s really called like that) made their home on the Renaissance Private Island, living on the beach and mingling with visitors.. It wasn’t until around 3 years ago when the island became popular and its pink…

Add to Flipboard Magazine. //www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=http%3A%2F%2Fannaeverywhere.com%2Fjamaica-james-bond-beach%2F&layout=button_count&width=100&height=27&locale=en_US Jamaica is mostly known for resorts in Montego Bay and Ochio Rios. But there’s way more to see beyond the resorts in Jamaica! If you’re looking for an alternative holidays in Jamaica and prefer a solo adventure, Jamaica’s northeast coast will be a great solution for you. What’s in Portland…