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Luxury Cruises into CartagenaPort of Cartagena, Attracting Luxury Boats

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Puerto de Cartagena, en la ruta de barcos de lujo | Corporación de Turismo de Cartagena | El Universal – Cartagena.

The Paul Gauguin cruise line included Cartagena in the route of the luxury ship Tere Moana, confirming the importance the walled city is gaining as an international tourist destination.

On Sunday, a total of five vessels from distinguished companies visited the city; the foray into the cruise market has become one of the main achievements of the Port of Cartagena, which seeks to capture the attention of renowned international lines .

The city government interprets this move as very important, entrenching Cartagena as major tourist destination in the Caribbean will boost the national tourism sector, with the corresponding benefits to the transportation, trade and gastronomy sectors.

CRUISE

The Tere Moana, left the island of St. Martin in the Caribbean, then from Cartagena will cross the Panama Canal and sail to the island of Coiba, Panama, and then to Marenco, in Costa Rica, and Puerto Caldera in Costa Rica.

Paul Gauguin Cruises is a specialized line of cruises to exotic destinations with warm weather and delivers services to customers that even the larger ships can not offer.  In fact, the maximum capacity of the Tere Moana, which was recently renovated, is only 90 people.

The other four boats that arrived over the weekend to Cartagena were: Seven Seas Mariner, a ship with 700 people with luxury features and marble European style tubs, gyms and jogging track, Coral Princess, Island Princess and The World, known for feeling like home with gyms and personal trainers, tennis courts, golf courses and luxury jewelers who travel the world, as they own several passenger cabins.

The Port of Cartagena expects 192 cruises in the 2013 season, not counting the first landfalls of the following ships: Wind Star, Disney Wonder, MS Columbus 2, Artania and Tere Moana.

A New Beachfront Retreat is Rising on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast

Read more:  A New Isla Mariana Beachfront Retreat is Rising on Nicaragua’s Pacific Coast.

Isla Mariana Beachfront Retreat Nicaragua Blog

Grupo Mariana owns clear title to 1.5 kilometers of beach frontage on the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua, 89 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Managua. The property is 17 acres situated on a peninsula that spans 11 kilometres in length and is bordered by the town of Salinas Grandes to the North and Puerto Sandino to the South.

Isla Mariana is now a community with one unique neighborhood while the master plan has been completely revised and now features a recreational 25-slip marina, true beachfront home sites and a 16-room boutique hotel under the Laya Boutique Hotel brand.

Laya Boutique Hotel and Bungalows is a new component under the Grupo Mariana umbrella, and is a completely unique hospitality offering within the country of Nicaragua. A relaxed, eco-conscious hideaway for those looking for a private beachfront experience, Laya will offer boutique hotel suites and beachfront bungalows stretched along the Pacific Ocean. Laya, which means “liquid” in Nicaragua’s native Miskito language, offers travelers and couples a private destination and experience.

We believe that Isla Mariana is truly positioned to become an “eco resort” that respects the environment and offers an uncompromising, relaxed lifestyle. It’s an off-the-beaten path just 30 minutes from the colonial city of Leon, Juan Venado Nature Reserve as well as the unique Salinas Grandes area where salts are pulled directly from the sea surrounds it. Because of this, Isla Mariana is dedicated to preserving and promoting Nicaragua’s natural resources and efforts are being made to classify the nearby salt fields as an eco-preserve. In essence, Isla Mariana is a wonderfully exceptional and beautiful place.

Fishing Panama’s Forgotten Coast

Categories: Caribbean, Fishing, Tourism
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Published on: 2012/10/16

A vast Caribbean wonderland of rivers and reefs invites exploration by anglers.

Fishing Panama is mostly a very one-sided affair, that being its Pacific side. A number of fine fishing resorts on that coast offer world-class action, as is well known internationally.

Not surprisingly, few anglers who fly to Panama to fish these productive waters give the country’s Atlantic coast, to the north, a second thought. After several trips to fish Panama, its northern coast wasn’t on my radar screen either – until I happened to find tranquilobay.com. Seeing aerial photographs of the Caribbean Sea’s southernmost pocket, around Bocas del Toro, changed everything.

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source: http://www.sportfishingmag.com/travel/centralsouth-america/fishing-panama-s-forgotten-coast

Colombian beaches best in South America

Categories: Caribbean, Colombia, Tourism
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Published on: 2012/09/09

From:  Colombian beaches in Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice 2012 | Metropolitan Touring.

 

The annual selection of best beaches around the world made by Trip Advisor, the website with the best reputation in the world tourism industry, confirmed that Colombia undisputedly has some of the best beaches in South America.

San Andrés, a remote island 481 miles (775 km) off the Caribbean Coast of Colombia with its powder-white sands, and Santa Marta’s clear, crystal-blue waters and its fantastic location between the sea and the snow-capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada were included in Trip Advisor’s Top 10 Beach Destinations in South America along with Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Punta del Este (Uruguay).

The annual selection is made based on the votes and opinions of the millions of readers of the website who highlighted the services and natural beauty of these places.

Check it out: http://www.tripadvisor.com.ar/TravelersChoice-Beaches

Be sure you visit about www.MarySolColombia.com and www.CartagenaAlquilaBarcos.com on our website!  Mar y Sol loves Colombia!

Tourism has never looked so bright!

Categories: Caribbean, Tourism
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Published on: 2012/07/18

From:  Colombia – Jean Claude Bessudo, President of Grupo Aviatur – Worldfolio – AFA PRESS.

Grupo Aviatur is eager to lead Colombia as the world’s next favorite tourist destination.

Colombia is a beautiful country, with much of its natural areas still intact, lovely cities and towns, and thousands of square miles of marine area.

 

 

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