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The nation’s orchid capital is a scenic, breathtaking place with a small town ambience. With abundant rain throughout the year, the landscape is lush and colorful. Near the ‘singing bridge’ is the charming downtown, with it’s old historic buildings and treelined bay front.
Honolulu (Oahu), Hawaii
The settlement of this legendary beachcombers paradise, with an international flair, is unknown. Modern archeology and Hawaiian oral histories indicate a settlement about 1100 A.D. Since Kamahameha III proclaimed it the capital city of his kingdom in 1850, it has been the capital and dominant city of Hawaii.
Isla de Roatan, Honduras
Largest of the Bay Islands, an archipelago found thirty miles off the coast of Honduras, Roatan is incredibly picturesque. Protected by the world’s second largest barrier reef system, the area offers some of the most spectacular diving and snorkeling in the world.
Kahului (Maui), Hawaii
Discover its inspiring cultural heritage and natural beauty, exploring its lush rainforests, sparkling blue water and the island’s most recent volcanic eruption-just 200 years old.
Nawiliwili Bay (Kauai), Hawaii
The "Garden`s Isles" striking landscape, features lush foliage and sharp cliffs soaring mystically from turquoise waters. It also boasts miles of secluded white-sand shores where you become part of nature. You may join a snorkeling tour of the island’s reefs or delight at playful dolphins welcome you to their home.
Puerto Cortes, Honduras
Puerto Cortes is the port city for San Pedro Sula, the industrial capital of Honduras. Join an optional day trip to the Maya ruins at Copan. Unparalleled in its architectural beauty, Copan is the fairest of all Maya sites for its heroic sculpture.