Historically, Ambergris Caye was mainly a maritime trading hub in Belize. It now seems to have made it to the international tourism scene, and the island has seen a large influx of tourists. On top of being the biggest island in Belize, the island is widely known as the gateway to the Belize Barrier Reef. It’s no wonder that the island is one of the Caribbean’s premier destinations for snorkeling and scuba diving. The only established town on the island is called San Pedro. There are various activities that will keep you happy and busy in Ambergris Caye. With its clear azure waters, palm trees and romantic sunsets, the island will wow you.
When it comes to selecting a unique winter destinations, the Hakuba valley is definitely a great alternative to the usual spots. The valley is the Asia’s response to the Swiss Alps, and gained prominence back in 1998 when it became one of the major venues for Nagano Winter Olympics. The valley was dragged to the limelight, and it definitely lived up to the expectations.
Situated within the Nagano Perfecture of Japan, Hakuba’s alpine scenery is breathtaking. In the midst of the mammoth mountains is the charming little town known as Hakuba. The resort valley is the country’s main hub for winter sports like skiing and snowboarding. The main advantage of taking your vacation in this part of the world is variety. Hakuba has seven major resorts; and each resort has their own runs and terrain that suit different levels of skiing and snowboarding skills and ability.
Music and travel – such a fantastic combination. And this is what you are going to experience when you make your way to Boom to witness the Tomorrowland Music Festival. Boom is a small town in Belgium, which is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from the capital Brussels. It is also near the town of Antwerp. Boom used to be your typical Belgian town and was little known in the international community.
Today, the town is renowned in the global music industry for hosting Tomorrowland. This huge electronic music festival was first organized in 2005 by a group of companies that includes ID&T and Brothers Beers. Now, Tomorrowland is one the biggest electronic dance music or EDM festivals in the world. Every year, more than 100,000 visitors head to Belgium to dance and party until the break of dawn.