Poseidon Undersea Resort

Poseidon Undersea Resort is a luxury underwater hotel in Fiji, located 40 feet under the sea, off the shore of Katafinga Island, a private island in northeastern Fiji. Conceptualized by Mr. L. Bruce Jones, the president of US Submarines, Inc, this stunningly beautiful underwater resort complex dubs itself the “world’s first seafloor resort.” The lavish hotel, which is accessible by diving or by descending via an elevator, boasts of 25 underwater suites, each resembling pods or submarines; onshore and offshore restaurants, bars, and spas, with one of the undersea restaurants having a seating capacity of 100; a golf course; a fitness center; a conference center; a dive shop; a theater; and, for those who want to make their special day even more memorable, an underwater chapel. The main selling point of this underwater hotel in Fiji is the chance to spend nights underwater, with a clear and up-close view of.
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Surfing in Thailand

Thailand is fast becoming one of the most sought-after surf spots in Asia and in the world. Relatively new to the surfing world, foreign expatriates working in Thailand were first to introduce the recreational activity/sport in Phuket in the late 90’s after discovering that the waves in the area were perfect for surfing. Thai people living in Phuket picked up the interest in surfing thereafter and steadily grew in number over the years. In the recent years, the sport has become quite popular that surf contests are now being held annually where a continuously growing number of surfing enthusiasts flock to and participate in. While Phuket is recognized as the spot for the best and consistent waves for surfing in Thailand, other surf spots in the country are continually being discovered. Places in Eastern Thailand such as Koh Samui, Rayong, and surrounding areas are also known to have good waves.
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Lagoonarium in Bora Bora

Bora Bora is also known because of its amazing Lagoonarium on a private islet that was featured already in various travel shows and websites. It is said to be one of the most astounding tourist destinations in French Polynesia. A lagoonarium is an outdoor aquarium or fish park that houses and displays different marine species in a lagoon. You can find two lagoonariums in French Polynesian islands. One is located in Tahiti and other can be found in Bora Bora which is also the larger and more popular than the former. This outdoor aquarium allows the travelers to swim in three separate closed-in pools with various marine species swimming freely like parrot fishes, jackfish, sharks, turtles and rays. Rest assured that all travelers are guided by the natives who will demonstrate the proper way to interact with and approach the marine animals. All the marine creatures are well fed and.
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Surfing in Bali

The island of Bali is considered one of the foremost tourist destinations in Indonesia and has been lauded by many as the ‘dream paradise island.’ The provincial capital of Bali is Denpasar. The islands of Java and Lombok border the main island of Java to the west and to the east, respectively. Tourist flock constantly to the paradise islands of Bali even during the wet, rainy seasons because of its highly developed arts such as folk or modern dance, sculpture, architecture and scenic white sand beaches. Bali has seen a consistent rise in tourists during the recent years owing much of it to its famous surf spots. Indonesia owes much of its modernizations and its rise as premier tourist and surfing destination to the start of a new earn after the downfall of the past president and dictator, President Suharto, in the 90’s. In the 70’s some famous surfer movies.
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Top Caribbean Beaches

Whether you are coming from the United States or South America, or even from Europe, Asia and Australia, the Caribbean is definitely one of the top tourist hubs in the world. The region is comprised of more than 700 majestic islands that offer picturesque views and crystal clear ocean water. You can also see the best beaches in Caribbean. The Caribbean islands are usually considered as a subregion of North America. It was organized into 30 territories that include overseas departments, sovereign states and dependencies so most of the island people are English speakers. The Caribbean is truly gifted with natural wonders and rich marine ecosystem. So if you are planning to spend a well-deserved vacation there, it is highly advisable to check out the best Caribbean beaches to fully enjoy your trip to the fullest. Here are the best beaches in Caribbean you might want to consider: Shoal Bay,.
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