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  • Concepción de la Vega THE FIRST CITY

    Concepción de la Vega THE FIRST CITY

    It was one of the first settlements the Spaniards founded on the island more than five hundred years ago. This city, which name comes from the valley where it is located, was born under the Fuerte de la Concepción’ shelter. Its gold mines allowed it to be a prosperous city. It contributes more than half of the country water supply thanks to a great aquifer richness in its municipalities Constanza and Jarabacoa.

  • Barranquilla, enjoy yours charms in two days

    Barranquilla, enjoy yours charms in two days

    In the best corner of Colombia, right in the mouth of the most important fluvial artery of the country where the Magdalena River and the Caribbean Sea face each other, there you can find Barranquilla. Entry and exit door of the national economy, which is called to play a leadership role in tourism and to become a large national center of logistics services.

  • La Isabela, It became the first city of the New World, by chance.

    La Isabela, It became the first city of the New World, by chance.

    Admiral Colon's second trip to the New World wasn't as he expected it to be. During a year he left forty men in Christmas Fort to establish economic and personal relationships with natives but instead of it, he found a destroyed settlement in his return. There was no option besides starting from scratch but setting the new city up in the same place was not convenient due to a new Taino attack, so he calmly explored the coast.

  • 2 DAYS IN SALVADOR DE BAHÍA CITY

    2 DAYS IN SALVADOR DE BAHÍA CITY

    The northeast of Brazil differs radically from the rest of the country due to its climate, gastronomy and eclectic idiosyncrasy. Salvador de Bahía, the old capital of the Carioca country, is where you need to go since it combines tradition with the natural beauty of its beaches. Time stops, and the streets get filled with enthusiasm, colors, and rhythms when the city celebrates Carnival in February.

  • Hoyo Hicaco, the cenote of the Taino People

    Hoyo Hicaco, the cenote of the Taino People

    They are beautiful, full of mystery and magic at the same time. Cenotes are the most precious jewels in Punta Cana. They’re preserved by the tropical rainforest ecosystem; swimming into them is an adventure that no one should miss.