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Champagne Sunset Seaplane Flight in San Juan
"Your 35-minute scenic sunset flight takes off from Pier 6. Once you’re strapped into your 9-passenger seaplane enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. Then listen to on-board narration about San Juan’s fascinating sights as your professional pilot flies 500 feet (152 meters) above Puerto Rico's northeast shorelines.Marvel at the intensity of the city s Isla Verde Piñones and the oceanfront community of Condado — all of which offer plenty of photo opportunities.As your seaplane chases the descending sun be prepared to have your breath taken away with aerial views of nature at its finest. Soar above El Yunque Rainforest an emerald-green subtropical forest draping the mountainside. You’ll glide above Rio Grande Luquillo and Isla de Cabras before turning inbound and touching back down on the San Juan Bay."
From $249.00
 
"Bikini Beach
"Bikini Beach Blue Lagoon and Rio Grande Day Trip from Montego Bay or Ocho Rios""After hotel pickup in Montego Bay or Ocho Rios your day trip starts with the scenic drive by coach or minibus along Jamaica’s northern coast. During the trip (3.5 hours from Montego Bay or two from Ocho Rios) enjoy views of Jamaica’s rural countryside as you pass by villages and banana plantations. You’ll also see Firefly the vacation home of English playwright Sir Noël Coward. A National Heritage Site the simple house was built in the 1950s and hosted many famous figures
From $137.00
 
Aquasol Theme Park with Round-Trip Transfer in Montego Bay
"Aquasol Theme Park is just minutes away from most Montego Bay hotels and resorts. You’ll be transferred to its beachside location after pickup in the morning or afternoon (depending on which option you select). Then your half day is yours to do as you pl including a wide selection of water sports a go-cart racing course ping-pong games volleyball on the beach and two full-size tennis courts under the shade. A children's playground with swings and slides is a great place to take the kids.Rent a locker for your belongings and set up your beach mat or lounge chair under an umbrell shallow water or snorkel to the nearby coral reef. The sandy beach is definitely a highlight of the park — a great place for sunbathing or finding a spot under the shade of the trees.If you’re feeling more energetic hop into a single- or double-seat go-cart and zoom around the MoBay 500 track (own expense). Or you can rent a banana boat
From $28.00

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Sustainable Development is local development

The Port Antonio Community is seeking to support local development as it struggles for tourism in competition with the "all-inclusive gated-resort" message that is so well ingrained in the Jamaican...
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Enchanted places

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