Monthly Archives: November 2018

Breathtaking Overwater Villas For Honeymooners And Nature-Lovers

ultimate vacation experienceOverwater villas offer a one-of-a-kind escape. If you are looking for an ultimate vacation experience, plan your getaway with our top picks.

COMO Cocoa Island

Inspired by the Dhoni or local fishing boats, the eight split-level suites appear to be floating on the water. With luxurious interiors complete with amenities, and full-length glass doors and windows, basking in the Maldivian sunlight is not a problem with this resort.

Rosewood Mayakoba

Overwater villas usually reminds Maldives. But the Rosewood Mayakoba in Mexico can change that perception. Located in a hidden area, this Mexican jewel exudes calmness, natural luxury and accommodations worth drooling over.

Built over gleaming lagoons, the suites like the entirety of the resort were built with the preservation of the natural surroundings in mind and the use of indigenous construction materials.

Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel

Built in the middle of a 300-acre private reserve, Las Lagunas Boutique Hotel exudes unspoiled beauty. Eco-friendly casitas are built with decks overlooking The Quexil Lagoon and the Petén jungle. Relax in your own outside Jacuzzi while sipping a glass of Château Defay after a day outdoor adventure.

Song Saa Private Island, Koh Ouen and Koh Bong

Song Saa Private Island attracts honeymooners and nature-lovers alike with its eco-conscious design. Set in a pristine wilderness, each villa was constructed with reclaimed and upcycled materials and local artefacts. Each villa also comes with 200 square meters of your own personal waterfront space.

Constance Prince Maurice

A tropical hideaway located in Poste de Flacq with luxurious suites perched on stilts over the water that offer air-conditioning and stunning Indian Ocean views. Honeymooners will have a truly memorable time with activities like sunset cruises, wine tastings, and couple massages.

Laucala Island Resort

This island is an extremely popular romantic getaway. The romantically remote setting of Laucala Island Resort creates a perfect setting for some private time post-wedding. Also, the crystalline waters and volcanic mountains add an unparalleled attraction.

Underwater Adventures – Incredible Underwater Tourist Attractions

underwater adventuresPeople have always been captivated by what is underwater. There are shipwrecks, museums, temples, hotels, and restaurants, to name a few, all underwater that are truly worth diving for. If you are looking for locations to fill your underwater wanderlust, here are some of the incredible underwater tourist attractions that you might want to try out.

Cancún Underwater Museum

One of the biggest and most impressive art exhibition on the planet is the underwater museum in Cancún. What makes it even more amazing is the fact that it is underwater.

It showcases more than 500 full-scale sculptures crafted by famous sculptor Jason de Caires. It was brought about by the need to save the local coral reefs from over-tourism. As a result, the underwater attraction becomes an alternate destination for tourist divers.

The sculptures, made of special material, promotes the growth of corals, making them a reef structure for sea life to inhabit. You have a choice of diving the museum or enjoying the view on board a glass-bottomed boat.

Great Barrier Reef

Looking under the sea for your next travel destination? Discover the true beauty of marine life and underwater adventure in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. What makes this natural marine attraction special is the fact that it holds the largest natural coral reef in the entire world.

Made of more than 3,000 individual reef systems, it is home to a wide mix of marine species. Thousands of snorkelling and diving enthusiasts visit every year to witness the fascinating beauty of this iconic diving destination in the world.