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Street carnival, A 4 day event with parades, singing, drums and festivities in Fort de France, Martinique.

Carnival in Martinique

Nestled in the heart of the Caribbean Sea is the tiny island nation of Martinique. Known mostly as a prime tourist destination for European and North American travelers alike, Martinique also offers one of the ...

The Beautiful and Quaint Islands of Seychelles

The beautiful and quaint islands of Seychelles, located to the northeast of Madagascar, are a wonderful place to vacation for those looking for a bit of peace and tranquility. From the warm sandy beaches to the...

Seychelles: the archipelago

SeychellesSomewhere off the east coast of Africa, surrounded for hundreds and hundreds of miles by tropical sea, lies a lush paradise of such legendary beauty that it was once thought to contain the Garden...

A Luxury Holiday Awaits in Mauritius

Planet Earth has many beautiful natural sights to provide the human eye. Millions of miles of coastline around the globe provide white sandy beaches, coral reefs, and breathtaking cliffs. Lush tropical jungles ...

Zhang Siping

Strategies to attract tourists from China to Mauritius: “Wedding, sightseeing, E-marketing…” said Michael Sik Yuen, minister of Tourism and Leisure.The Deputy Mayor of Shenzhen wants more cooperation in...

Caribbean Cool: Dominica’s Vibrant Creole Heritage

International outdoors and adventure buffs increasingly flock to Dominica for its beautiful flora and fauna, gin-clear Caribbean waters, and fantastic adventure, hiking, and other tours.  As you fly into Domini...

Let Your Life Slow Down With A Holiday On La Digue

Many of the world’s most popular tourist destinations offer endless entertainment, distractions, and activities for children and adults alike. As enjoyable as these accommodations can be on a holiday, too many ...
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Nation Pride for Creoles who Call Guadeloupe Home

Church Saint-Pierre in Aulnay, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, Guadeloupe, UNESCO - the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de CompostelaGuadeloupe is an archipelago of eight islands in the Lesser French Antil...

Creole in French Guiana

Guiana was sighted by Christopher Columbus in 1498 during his third trip to the New World, but the land he sighted was not named or settled for 100 years. The native people were the Arawak Indians, who were dis...

Inside the French Quarter

The French Quarter is the oldest neighbourhood in New Orleans. The other name for it is “Vieux Carré”, or just "The Quarter." This unique cultural hub has a long and storied history that has been preserved thro...

Mauritius Chamarel: A Nature-Lover’s Delight

Mark  Twain once wrote that: ‘You gather the idea that Mauritius was made first, and then heaven; and that heaven was copied after Mauritius’. Many travellers think that they have arrived in heaven when the...

The Mysterious and Exotic Plants of Seychelles

From the archipelago of the Seychelles Islands springs a host of extraordinary plants with unique and unexpected features. Come explore some of the most mysterious and exotic plants of Seychelles.Locate...

St Lucia: Caribbean Queen

You’ll know you’ve fallen in love with St Lucia long before it’s time to leave. There are few places on earth that welcome you as warmly and fulfil the promise of a dream holiday as completely as this encha...