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Costa Rica is consistently one of the hottest vacation and adventure-travel destinations in Latin America, with more than a million visitors each year. Despite the boom in vacationers, Costa Rica remains a place rich in natural wonders and biodiversity, where you can still feel far from the maddening crowds.
This will give you an overview of what’s available in this multifaceted place so you can narrow your choices to an itinerary that’s digestible for the amount of time you’ll be here — be it a day, a week, or something in between.
Egypt is such a big and varied country that it’s hard to know where to even start describing its best, most intense, and most satisfying places and moments. Egypt offers everything, and more, from sunrise in the desert on the edge of the Great Sand Sea, to sunset over the granite mountains of the Sinai where they meet the shimmering azure of the Red Sea, to trailing your fingers in the cool waters of the Nile from the back of a faluca after a day of exploring underground tombs. Below are some highly subjective “best of” lists for Egypt.
Rising out of the relative obscurity in which it languished for most of the 20th century, St. Lucia is becoming — post-millennium — one of the biggest players in Caribbean tourism. Since the dawn of the new century, World Travel Awards has named it “the world’s leading honeymoon destination.” Local authorities estimate that 36% of the island’s business comes from visitors either getting married or else on a honeymoon here. At the same time, Natural History Magazine has honored St. Lucia as one of the 50 top eco-tourism destinations in the world.
Here you’ll find the best that Germany has to offer, from castles and cathedrals to museums, restaurants, and beer halls — and nearly everything else you’ll want to see and do.