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Central America Tag

Travel Postcards / 22.01.2012

 Erected by Jesuits in the mid 18th Century, the baroque Cathedral of Havana is one of the most impressive historical buildings of the city. The façade, designed by architect Pedro Medina, strikes for its sobriety and is considered one of the most outstanding examples of baroque in Latin America. More reading: 7 Reasons Why La Havana is Magic ...

Nature & Outdoors / 31.07.2010

For a long time, I did not consider the Caribbean as a possible diving destination. I have experienced wild scuba dives during amazing live aboard  in the Red Sea – mostly Southern Egypt and Sudan – and the stunning colours and biodiversity in South-Eastern Asia and couldn't imagine the Caribbean Sea offering neither corals and...

Sea & Beaches / 03.06.2010

Declared a Natural Reserve in 1996, the archipelago of the Jardines de la Reìna in Cuba is an amazing wilderness area and a paradise for diving and fishing.Surrounded by mangroves, the lagoon houses lots of awesome wildlife: herons and pelicans, crocodiles, eagle rays, tarpons, nurse sharks and lots more. And then secluded and deserted beaches,...