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Southeast Asia is a hugely popular tourist region due, for the most part, to its wide range of attractions and very affordable prices.


This is a diverse region that includes the developed countries of Australia and New Zealand, as well as many developing island nations.


The Caribbean is an island region of the Americas consisting of 16 countries and 24 dependencies.



Few hobbies in life involve travelling to some of the world’s most beautiful destinations and communing with nature in such an amazing way as scuba diving.


We live busy lives, often in urban settings, so when the time comes for a vacation, many of us know that the best thing to do is to turn to nature.


To many, the beach represents what vacations are all about. A chance to relax and let the stresses of everyday life ebb away like the sound of the waves lapping the shore.

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