Visit One Of The Best Resorts In Cameroon

The central African country that is known for its diverse people and cultures and inspires many is the beautiful country of Cameroon. Bordered by Nigeria, Chad, Congo, guinea and many others the country attracts many tourists every year to its exquisite sites and sights. It is because of its diversity that Cameroon is often referred to as Africa in miniature and truly captures the African essence. Not only the culture and people are diverse in Cameroon but also the topography is diverse. There are deserts, mountains, grasslands, beaches and much more that Cameron offers to its visitors.

Cameroon is also one of the few countries that are socially and politically stable in Africa and it is one of the reasons why tourists like coming here because they feel safe. Home to 200 linguistic groups, Cameroon continues to fascinate the tourists making them fall in love with the country and the people. Also in Cameroon two things that the people love are music and football which makes visit to Cameroon an exciting one. The country also has one of the best football teams in the continent which inspires many youngsters to be future football stars.

Though Cameroon has many goods that it specializes in and exports; most of the country lives under the poverty line making it a hotspot for various nonprofit organizations. With so much diversity and beauty Cameroon is definitely worth a visit. If you want to visit this amazing country then feel free to contact us and avail flights to Douala from UK. Cameroon has many attractions but one that is loved by all and is a must visit is the beautiful Kribi beach resort. Lying on the gulf of guinea the resort is a tourist favorite and is especially popular amongst newlyweds.

The Kribi beach resort is well connected by roads to the rest of the country and is an exciting and refreshing retreat from a tough and fast paced routine. The beach is exquisite, warm and relaxing and promises one of the best moments in your life. The weather at Kribi is usually wet because of the rain and experiences short dry seasons but that does not dispel the beauty of the beach. The best time to visit the exotic beaches of Kribi is December. September is the wettest season and august the coldest.

The beaches are not for couples but the children will enjoy the beaches too. The beaches are sandy and provide the children with the perfect opportunity to play in sand and build sand castles. It will also give you a chance to interact with your children especially if you are a busy parent and do not get enough time for your children. You can plan a picnic or just lounge at the many resorts surrounding the beach areas, Kribi is bound to be a fun and exciting trip. You can make the trip to Kribi beaches more exciting by bringing your surf boards or kites which make for an interesting and fun time pass at the beach.

So what are you waiting for? Contact us now for cheap flights to Cameroon and get a chance to experience a holiday like no other. Get discounted rates on your flights from UK to Cameroon and get a chance to experience a fun filled and exciting vacation with your family and friends.

Sandals Survey Reveals One In Three Women Would Propose To Boyfriends

Once every four years, women get the chance to get down on one knee and pop the question to their loved ones on Leap Day.

According to a recent survey carried out by Sandals Resorts, one in three women would consider proposing to their boyfriends on Leap Day, 29th February, and for a third of couples, the Caribbean would be the favourite choice for romantic destination weddings.

The survey revealed that 20 per cent of the women asked said they would be scared in case the proposal was rejected but it appears that 40 per cent of men would accept and two thirds of them would not be embarrassed.

It appears that the majority of women who would propose come from the East Midlands while women in Wales are the least likely to take the plunge. Ladies living in the North East might find they have more luck because half of the survey participants from the region say they would like their girlfriends to ask them to marry them.

The results of the survey have been revealed just as recent research shows that more couples in the UK are getting married and weddings abroad are on the increase.

Geoffrey Beattie, a Professor of Psychology and Relationship Expert, commented: This new research by Sandals Resorts shows that the Leap Year tradition of women taking the initiative in proposals of marriage is now chiming with the underlying attitudes of people in the UK today.

More and more women (and men) seem happy with the idea that it is perfectly acceptable for women to pop the question. This seems to reflect a more egalitarian society in terms of relationships and dating, with women no longer prepared to play second fiddle, and taking the initiative whenever it is necessary. Given that marriage is a key milestone in many people’s lives it is refreshing to see that things are changing.

A third of the respondents said that they would choose Caribbean weddings and honeymoons for their special occasion which is good news for Sandals Resorts.

Sandals Resorts owns and operates several luxury hotels and resorts across the Caribbean that offer the perfect venues for romantic destination weddings and relaxing honeymoons.

With properties in St Lucia, the Bahamas, Antigua, and Jamaica, engaged couples can choose beach weddings or elegant tropical ceremonies within lush fragrant tropical gardens.

Couples getting married abroad at any of Sandals’ resorts can take advantage of the complimentary Beautiful Beginnings WeddingMoon package at Sandals Resorts if they book a holidays for a minimum of six nights. Wedding packages are also available and can be tailor-made to suit individual requirements.

Couples Are Heading To Exotic Destinations For Romantic Weddings In 2012

Brides and grooms are seeking more exotic locations to tie the knot these days and with a UK wedding costing an average 20,000, its no wonder that couples are heading overseas for a more affordable and tropical alternative.

According to reports destination weddings in 2012 are on the increase and popular spots for romantic nuptials include the Caribbean, Mexico, Cyprus, and Greece.

Favourite Caribbean wedding destinations include Jamaica with its luxurious resorts and beautiful beaches and mountains; the Bahamas with its stunning pink sand beaches; and the island of Antigua that has a beach for every day of the year and breathtaking coral reefs.

Aside from the obvious reasons, more couples are choosing destination weddings in 2012 because of the financial benefits. The cost of UK weddings is rising but if couples go abroad to say I Do, they can save themselves a considerable amount of money thanks to all inclusive wedding packages and smaller guest lists.

Caribbean weddings, for example, cost an average 6,000 and brides and grooms are be able to enjoy tailor-made packages, beachfront accommodation, intimate ceremonies and even a free honeymoon.

Caribbean hotels and resorts offer experienced wedding coordinators and advisors who are on hand to arrange all of the details, from the marriage licence and officiant, to the photographer, music, wedding cake and flowers.

Mexico is also a popular destination, with the Mexican Caribbean being the most coveted spot for weddings and Cancun weddings being among the favourites due to the areas spectacular natural scenery. There are many luxury hotels and resorts in Cancun to choose from and after the wedding celebrations, couples can continue their own with a romantic honeymoon in Cancun where they can go scuba diving, visit the ancient archaeological sites, hike through lush rainforests, or relax on pristine beaches.

Many couples getting married abroad in 2012 are also choosing Mediterranean islands such as Cyprus and Greece. Both of these countries offer beautiful landscapes, an array of deluxe hotels and resorts, cultural delights, and romantic settings for ceremonies, such as cliff-side vows, romantic I dos in quaint chapels or nuptials at sunset on a secluded beach.

Recent surveys have revealed that 26 per cent of couples in the UK have chosen weddings abroad in the last five years compared to 20 per cent in the 1990s, and this figure is expected to increase over the next few years.