caribbean island imports

caribbean island imports

There are numerous Costa Rica Beaches on the over 1500 kilometers (1000 miles) of coastline in that country. Here is an overview of some of the great Costa Rica Beaches to be enjoyed.

Caribbean Coast


Puerto Limon is the main tourist center in the central Caribbean area, with the country's largest seaport for import and export, as well as beautiful beaches and interesting nightlife with an Afro-Caribbean flair. In the vicinity are beautiful Caribbean beaches with the only reef in Costa Rica.


Cahuita is a beach that is situated nearby to Limon. A national park is situated here which protects the coral reef and marine life. Nice sandy beaches in the area.

Puerto Viejo

Puerto Viejo is further south further south from Cahuita and makes a lovely place to visit. There are a number of exclusive hotels and beaches along this area.


This region is North of Limon. The whole region is comprised of natural canals that lie behind a thin strip of land and the sea. There are extraordinary jungle lodges and canal tours for you to enjoy. Garfish, Caimans, and Manatees are often seen here. You can only get to Tortuguero by airplane or boat. This is also a major turtle nesting region.

Barra del Colorado

Like Tortuguero you this is another of the Costa Rica beaches that must be reached by boat or plane.This is the place to go if you love fishing. Tarpon is the prevailing adversary here, but there are many other species as well. There are luxurious fishing lodges here.

North Pacific


The Guanacaste coastline is known as the Golden Coast. There are many gorgeous Costa Rica beaches, some with full-blown resorts and others with few people on them. This is a very popular destination for tourists, especially now since the opening of the Liberia International Airport. Playa Tamarindo and Playe Grande are among some of the more poplar beaches in the area.

Central Pacific

Montezuma (Nicoya Peninsula)

Montezuma is on the inner rim of the Gulf of Nicoya, crossing by ferry from Puntarenas. It is a popular destination for the youthful foreign crowd. There are small hotels here but not all have telephones. The Cabo Blanco National Park is within reach.

Naranjo to Cabo Blanco (Nicoya Peninsula)

There are many lovely hotels along this area and plentiful fascinating places to visit. Situated in the Inner rim of Golfo de Nicoya. Considered difficult to get too by some but it's not really the case.


This is a good point to start expeditions into Guanacaste and down the Pacific coast. From here you can take ferries across the Gulf of Nicoya to the Nicoya Peninsula. This is the main city on the Pacific coast, with a boardwalk, plentiful hotels and restaurants. It is located on a small peninsula with the gulf on one side and an sluice on the other side. where there are numerousness marinas and numerous commercial fishing operations. This use to be the primary seaport of the Pacific coast.


Jaco beach is about an one hour drive south of Puntarenas. Many Costa Rica beaches are great for surfing and Jaco is a excellent center for surfers. There is nice beach break in town and extraordinary great surf spots in the vicinity like Hermosa, Escondido, and further away are the long rides of Bocca Barranca. There are many hotels, and plenty of tours to take. San Jose is about a two hour drive away.

Manuel Antonio

Manual Antonio, although the most small of the national parks, is one of the most popular ones. Nice white sand beaches, rocky headlands, and a tropical forest for the backdrop. There are lovely accommodations along this Costa Rica beach.


Adjacent Manuel Antonio is the town of Quepos, the sport-fishing hub of the region. Marlin and Sailfish are the big catch.

South Pacific

Osa Peninsula

A very natural region which contains the country's largest national park, Corcovado. This is the southernmost peninsula on the Pacific.


Stupendous rain forest tours, sea kayaking and scuba diving are common in Corcovado. Isla del Caño is close, with its Indian burial grounds and awesome diving. Whale sightings are common among these Costa Rica beaches.


There are cloistered hotels and lodges sequestered among the rain forest here. Golfito is the prevailing town and is the harbor in this region.

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How do you import a pet into Saint Lucia or any other eastern caribbean island?

I want to import a pet ferret into Saint Lucia. I moved there a while back, and I've searched every pet store on the island for one, but to no avail. How do I import one to Saint Lucia? A friend of mine is willing to send one down for me, but how do I import it?

I'm NOT talking about a dog here. I'm talking about a ferret.


Try getting a health certificate, an import license, and the animal must be checked by a vet. Good luck.

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caribbean islands that have volcanoes

caribbean islands that have volcanoes

Visiting Kilauea Volcano is one of the most scintillating and thrilling experience which remains in the memory for a long long to come. This very active volcano is located 30 miles southwest of Hilo and the opportunity of witnessing the primal process of creation and destruction make this place a major tourist attraction.

The volcano is part of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and is considered a very sacred place by the native Hawaiians and is considered to be the abode of Goddess Pele.

The park was founded in 1916 and encompasses 333,000 acres from the summit to the sea. It is a live proof of hundreds and thousands of years of volcanic activity, migration and evolution; processes that have converted a bare land from the sea into a haven for various complex and unique ecosystems as well as distinct Ancient Hawaiian culture.

In the park, Kilauea is the most active and Mauna Loa the most massive lava erupting beauties.

Climatic Condition & Weather System:

Given the fact the park is home to lava erupting mountains, it is very easy to presume that the weather at such a place must be surely very hot and sultry. But the most wonderful and unique feature of this place is that even though the island weather is unpredictable yet the weather conditions at the summit are varying. The local weather at Kilauea's summit which is 4000 feet in altitude varies daily. It may sometimes be rainy and chilly and the temperature also varies according to the elevation. The summit remains 12-15 degrees cooler than the sea level. The coastal plain at the end of Chain of Craters Road where the lava meets the sea is often hot, dry and windy with the possibility of passing showers.

Park Attractions:

The main attractions in the park are the eruptive sites that include the main caldera of Kilauea and a more active but remote vent known as the Puu Oo. The entry to the park is from the Hawaii Belt Road. The Chain of Craters is self-explanatory and leads past several craters from historic eruptions to the coast. It used to continue towards another entry point near the town of Kalapana but now it is covered by a lava flow.

Kilauea Volcano:

This volcano is sometimes also called "The World's Only Drive-in Volcano." On an average, 250,000-650,000 cubic yards of lava per day is produced here which is enough to resurface the 20-mile long, 2-lane road daily. The most beautiful aspect of this volcano is the meeting of the lava with the sea. One can only imagine this wondrous scene.

Outbound Activities in the National Park:

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park offers endless opportunities for great adventures in the Park. Over half of the park is designated wilderness and provides unusual hiking and camping opportunities. One can find 150 miles of hiking trails through volcanic craters, scalded deserts, and rain forests. Apart from this, the national park also features a museum, petroglyphs, a walk-in lava tube and most importantly two very much live fire erupting volcanoes; Maunaloa, which last erupted in 1984 and Kilauea which has been erupting since January 3rd, 1983.

International Recognition:

The park is rich in bio-diversity and the very uniqueness of this diversity has earned the park the proud position of the World Biosphere site; named as such by the UNESCO in 1980 and then in 1987 it was recognized as a World Heritage Site.

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caribbean resort soma bay

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Egypt has long been a country heavily dependent on tourism - a fact that is as much due to its great weather as the astounding and wondrous architecture of The Pyramids. Yet, over the past year the country has seen something of a resurgence on an international scale as the recession has caused many holidaymakers to avoid the Eurozone to get the most from their foreign exchange.

Data published from a recent Mastercard poll (at shows that Egypt came out tops among Mastercard users from across the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa - and posited the notion that developing resorts such as Sharm el-Sheikh are also fuelling its popularity as a destination for cheap holidays. So what does Sharm el-Sheikh have going for it?

Sharm el-Sheikh is a city of more than 800,000 inhabitants on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula around 80 miles south of Mount Sinai. Since the early 80s the city has been subject to formidable, but well controlled developments in order to maximise its capabilities as a tourist area whilst not harming the natural surroundings. In September and October the average high temperatures peak at around 36 degrees Celsius.

The city sits on the Red Sea coast and boasts a famously rich underwater ecosystem. There are more than a thousand different species of fish evident in the Red Sea, as well as over 1,000 miles of coral reef to be explored. Subsequently, alongside scuba diving, Sharm el-Sheikh is home to a host of other water sports, including wind surfing, canoeing and sailing.

Sharm el-Sheik, and a number of other resort areas such as the Sinai's Nuweiba, as well as El Gouna and Soma Bay on the East Egyptian coast, are collectively known as the Red Sea Riveira. This ensures that each of the areas, much of which is National Park land, is subject to a number of laws to ensure marine life and the surrounding desert is protected and not poorly managed.

Aside from all the city has to offer, Sharm el-Sheikh is also in close proximity to Mount Sinai - a mountain of great geological and religious significance for tourists. The mountain itself is 2,285 metres tall and is situated by the highest peak on the Sinai peninsula, Mount St. Catherine. Its religious history is evident with the Monastery of St. Catherine, and both a mosque and Greek Orthodox chapel can be found at the mountain's summit.

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caribbean vacation packages for two

caribbean vacation packages for two

The magnificent twin ships from Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, are about as similar as two ships can be! Same length, same breadth, same tonnage, amazing public spaces including seven distinct neighborhoods, heavenly staterooms and soothing spas. Yet there are certain areas in which these twins show their individuality, namely in some new shopping and dining venues.

One of the outstanding changes is the addition of a Brazilian-style steakhouse called Samba Grill on the Allure of the Seas. By day the area is a cafe in the adult only solarium. By night, the Solarium is transformed into a true churrascari with both indoor and outdoor seating, authentic Brazilian meats and seafood offerings carved table side, as well as lively music and specialty drinks. There is also a buffet with soups, appetizers and salad. The charge is $25 pp to eat at Samba Grill, and this does not include any beverages or alcoholic drinks.

Replacing the Seafood Shack from the Oasis, the Allure offers Rita's Cantina, a vibrant new Mexican restaurant in the Boardwalk neighborhood. The offerings include ceviche, chips with salsa and guacamole, as well as fajitas, tacos and flautas, a veritable fiesta on the Allure of the Seas. Let's not forget the margaritas. There's a selection of more than 15 different flavors to choose from, of course these have to be purchased separately. The charge to dine is $7.95 per person, and you can order as much as you'd like. Rita's also offers evenings of Latin delights with live guitar music, dancing and delightful libations. At least once per 7 day cruise, Rita's will have a Fiesta package available. For $20 pp you get 3 margaritas, tastings of various foods, party gifts and live entertainment.

Not to be outdone by the south of the border crowd, the Boardwalk area will also sport a new snack bar called the Boardwalk Dog House. It's pretty obvious what this venue will have to offer, but you get more than a variety of hot dogs including the ever popular Coney Island dog. Also available are brats, sausages and lots of toppings. This Dog House will occupy the space held by the Donut Shop on the Oasis of the Sea, but fear not, the Donut Shop has not been displaced, just relocated next to the Ice Cream Parlor right across the way.

Also unique to the Allure of the Seas are several venues that are a first on any cruise ship. Enjoy Starbucks at sea open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, shop at the new Guess store selling accessories including watches, belts and purses or shop for paintings and sculptures at the Romeo Britto store.

The Oasis of the Seas offers their rendition of the Broadway play, Hairspray. The Allure of the Seas cast performs the musical Chicago. The ice shows are different, with the Allure using the cast of the film How to Train Your Dragon. Comedy club, jazz and piano bars, a sports bar and various lounges can be found on both ships.

The Allure of the Seas was also the first RCI ship to feature a 3D movie screen at sea. The picture quality and sound are excellent. Various movies are shown during a 7 day cruise. Sorry folks, no popcorn but you can go grab a slice of pizza or cookies on Deck 5 before heading over to the movie. For the best view, enter through deck 4.

Last but not least, the Allure of the Seas was the first ship to feature characters from various DreamWorks movies including Shrek, KungFu Panda and Madagascar. Characters participate in a sail away party, parades and are available for pictures and a character breakfast as well. Dreamworks characters will also be featured on the Oasis of the Seas beginning in April 2011.

So much to do, so little time! You'll never find so many outstanding dining, snacking, noshing, nibbling, grazing and feasting experiences as you will on the Allure of the Seas, unless you're sailing with her twin, the Oasis of the Seas.

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Where should I go on my honeymoon?

I will be leaving on Sept. 14 or 15 from Louisville, KY. I want to take a two week, international vacation for less than $5,000 including air, accommodations and most of the rest. I don't want to go to the Caribbean or Mexico--spending 2 weeks on the beach sounds far too boring. Western Europe is out as well, I've traveled most of Western Europe before and my fiance wants to go somewhere that is new to both of us. I want adventure travel, not deluxe travel. Anything is an option--Peru, Thailand, Morocco, Croatia, etc. Where should I go? Any links to particular trip options or vacation packages will be greatly appreciated.
Repeat: Western Europe is not being considered.

South Africa is amazing!!!! Especially along the Cape (Western Cape/ Garden Route)! Not only is it gorgeous, but there is so much too do! Especially if you're into adventure! The highest bungy jump is there, cage diving with sharks, etc. Not sure of packages from the US, but it should be cheap, as the South African Rand is not very strong!!! Good luck!!!!! Enjoy!

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caribbean islands languages

caribbean islands languages

Which English is Best?

With English continuing to develop as a principal world language, a question which often arises among EFL learners is, "Which English is best?" It can be confusing to new learners of all ages as to which one of the "Englishes" should be learned or studied. While the answer to this may depend on your needs and location, one consideration is the many varieties of English that exist and a re spoken world wide.

Here are Seven of the Most Distinctive Varieties of English

o American English

This category of English actually consists of several variations. There are recognizable variations in the spoken English of the South, the Pennsylvania Dutch, the New England region of the U.S., the Midwestern U.S. and the West coast. There is also "Black English" spoken as a distinct racial community variety of English across the USA.

o Black English

You won't have to go very far to hear this distinctive variety of English. Try the latest Rap or Hip Hop offerings or listen to interviews with black artists for the unique flair this English variety has. Grammar, lexis, idioms, expressions and vocabulary are all impacted by this and other varieties of English.

o British English

The origin of English proper, there are "common" variations of English spoken throughout the UK. The "Upper Crust" as it were, used a particular variety of spoken English known as RP or "Received Pronunciation". RP is what the royal family and those educated at Oxford, Cambridge and other high-level universities were taught to use and speak.

o Australian English

No question here, Steve Irwin popularized Australia's unique wildlife in a way like no other before his untimely, accidental death in 2006. Another character who brought Australian English to the forefront of public knowledge was "Crocodile Dundee" in a movie series bearing the same name.

o Jamaican English

Spoken English in Jamaica has always been an interesting variety for the many travelers, vacationers and visitors to this island. It's also used in movies, documentaries and films set in Jamaica. Singer Bob Marley also contributed not only his music, but interest in the culture and spoken English variety of Jamaica as have a number of other Reggae music artists.

o English Spoken in India

A distinctive variety of spoken English is used in India. The language is taught and applied there as a sort of "lingua franca", since there are hundreds of regionally and locally spoken languages and dialects across the Indian continent. Hundreds of movies, documentaries and other media are readily available in this variety of English.

o Varieties of Pidgins and Patois Spoken in a Number of Locations

There are unique, local or regional varieties of English spoken in a number of countries world wide. Places like Belize, the Philippines, several West Indies (Caribbean) islands like Barbados, Trinidad, the Cayman Islands and both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Guyana (formerly British) in South America and African countries where English is widely spoken, each have their own particular brand of spoken English.

English Language Needs and Location

The question, "which English is best?" usually depends on the needs and location of the EFL learner, especially when one considers the many varieties of English that exist and that are spoken world wide.

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best Caribbean island to live on?

can anyone narrow it down or give me possible suggestions.

but, not:
puerto rico
dominican republic
or jamaica

an island that:
- language is preferably English
- low to moderate crime rates
- not too expensive to live on
- beautiful beaches
- has some decent-sized cities (not too* excluded)
- presents the opportunity to work in the medical field
(what i'm going to school for)
not puerto rico because i've been there every summer and it's too much like the united states in a different language for me. i want something different, and to experience different cultures.

Try Curacao. It is best know for its beaches and the wonderful people! They can speak English fluently and it's a very modern island. Everything is up to date so it's not that typical small island where its all about hills and flowers but you can go there if you want to relax or whatever. Many people immigrate there to start a new life and they always succeed. Many immigrants are Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, Hindus and South Americans. It's basically a multi cultural island. We are a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands so financially it's a very stable island.

Curacao is definitely in need of people with some kind of degree in either teaching or medical so there'll be a job opportunity for you there.

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caribbean island cultures

caribbean island cultures

A Caribbean cruise provides you with the option of true relaxation, both with the slow pace it takes and the host of lavish facilities available on board the Cruise liners that have been designed to pander to your every need. In addition to being pampered aboard these luxury liners, there is also the opportunity to explore the virgin islands of the Caribbean and imbibe its rich culture while being surrounded by some of the best natural beauty this world has to offer.

Caribbean cruises come in a huge array of cruise packages with variations in destinations and pricings as well as duration of stay. You can choose almost any sort of duration as per your convenience ranging from a two day package if you just wish to sail off on the weekend or even one that involves over fourteen days of blissful sailing.

The Caribbean cruise liners make many stops during their travel at various Caribbean islands allowing you to truly experience the beauty of the Caribbean. The ports of call of course depend on the particular Caribbean cruise chosen as the routes through the vast territory vary.

Grenada is one of the ports of call and is known as the spice island, like most of the Caribbean islands it is lush with beauty and offers a number of secluded harbors to be enjoyed.

Guana Island on the eastern Caribbean is a beautiful place to relax with its soft sandy beaches and tropical waters. Snorkelling on Dominica can be an amazing activity, especially near the bubbling volcanic activity of Soufriere. The beautiful islands of St. Bart's, Antigua, St. Thomas, the French island of Guadeloupe, the Dutch island of Saba and many others are ports of call on various cruises. The Grand Cayman Island is one of the most popular stops in the western Caribbean as it is very popular because it has some of the best shopping in the Caribbean.

A Caribbean Cruise is a most spectacular way to explore the Caribbean and enjoy all it has to offer.

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Are people from islands of a more tolerant, accomodating, more peaceful mentality than mainland residents?Why?

People talk of people from small islands like Mauritius, Bahrain, the caribbean islands having a far better attitude towards other cultures/ people than mainland residents. Reasons like the moderating effect of the ocean, they themselves being non-indigenous are cited. Inputs, opinions, actual theories all welcome!

I now live in the Philippines and have stayed on many of the smaller islands. I believe that the people living on the small islands are more tolerant and accomodating. Perhaps it has more to do with surviving than anything else. When you need to have everything shipped in and depend on a neighbor if you run out you tend to be more a respector of others. Take away the neon lights, movies, bars and shopping malls you will naturally have more of a tendency to communicate with the people around you. Those that move to a small island and are happy were a different lot than most to begin with and those that were born on a small island and never left do not know any other way of life. It took me awhile to learn that I did more harm than good to those working for me In the past I would take employees with me on trips and give them the opportunity to experience finer restaurants, air travel, hotels, etc. I would pay wages more in line with my home country thinking if I had the funds to do so I should. Now I have witnessed the harm it has created when I moved on and they had to go back to the only life they knew before meeting me. Once they were happy and now they are not. I think those who can be satisfy with a more simple life are happier because it is far easier for them to find contentment.

I find the people around Manila on the Island of Luzon are no different than people on the mainland because they have the malls, movies, bars, neon lights, etc. They have adjusted to buying their entertainment and happiness therefore communication and relationship have less value.

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Taking a winter cruise can be a fun adventure for college students on break. This is a good time to get away from cold, snowy weather and thaw out with time in the warm sun. A cruise can not only be the answer to a much-needed vacation, but a chance to experience other cultures. A college cruise with friends is a chance to visit several ports of call, make new friends and become closer with travel mates. Winter destinations include Mexico and the many Caribbean islands.

Mexican Riviera

For those on the Pacific Coast, try a cruise from Los Angeles, California down the coast to Mexico. Several cities are stretched along the coast in what has been dubbed the Mexican Riviera for its popularity among cruisers and tourists. Twenty cities and lagoons steeped in tradition and filled with celebrations make up this region known for its beautiful beaches, with a backdrop of cliffs, caves and rugged jungle-like terrain. Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas are three popular ports of call.

Western Caribbean

For those at school in the chilly Northeast, the Western Caribbean Islands make for a relaxing and enchanting vacation. Week-long cruises in the warm, tropical climate of the Cayman Islands or the Bahamas, with perhaps a stop in Cozumel, Mexico, will make frost, snow and school books seem a world away. There is plenty of fresh sea air, lots of entertainment, fine food and beverages, and a festive atmosphere on board the cruise ships. When stopping in port, travelers can enjoy the sights of palm trees and beautiful beaches. Guests can dine locally or go shopping while experiencing the Caribbean culture.

Eastern Caribbean

Winter break from classes means returning from trip with a sun-baked tan and a sunny disposition. With many islands to choose from, the Eastern Caribbean is a popular choice for a college student cruise. Ships leave from a number of different ports in the Southeastern United States that are easily accessible by plane or by road trip. One fun way to start off vacation is a visit to southern cities of Charleston, South Carolina; Mobile Alabama; or a number of ports in Florida where the cruise will begin. Depending on the cruise line, sailing dates and traveler's preference, the possibilities for Eastern Caribbean ports of call are many. They include St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles; Guadeloupe; Barbados; Fort-de-France, Martinique; St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands; and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

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Are there any online stores that ship to the caribbean?

i'm more interested in knowing those that ship to the southern caribbean islands. online stores that sell clothes, etc.

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cheap caribbean vacations from chicago

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Cruise vacations are a great way to get away for a long duration of time without breaking your budget. Here is some information about typical questions people ask when pondering the idea of going on a cruise.

Are Cruise Vacations Expensive?

If you compare cruising to a land vacation, being on the boat always is the more cost effective approach. Compare all the costs on land to ensure that your vacation is practical and fun. You will have to add up food costs, entertainment costs, transportation, fitness, social activities and party expenses. All of these costs are wrapped up into one package when going cruising. The more you pay, the more options you will have and will determine the duration of your vacation, accommodations and the destination of travel. Every ship is different in its own right and costs will vary based on the mix of passengers and size. The best way to determine what type of vacation you want to go on is by setting a budget. There are so many types of vacations that you can take so set your initial budget and go from there.

Be careful of travel companies that offer cheap discount cruises. This typically means that the product and services are bad or that the price has been unrealistically discounted with the middleman. If it's too good to be true, then it probably is. Make sure to talk with a professional travel agent when booking your vacation for the maximum cost efficiency.

Have you ever been offered a 7-day cruise for a ridiculously good price? Be careful because there always tends to be a catch to severely discounted cruises. Some times you can find these "diamonds" in the rough, but more times then none, there is a steep catch that you might have to pay for later. The best way to know is by reading the fine print while booking. Make sure to check all the additional costs such as, tips, drinks, getting to the ship and dining room experience. Make sure to be prudent when booking cruise vacations.

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