Clifton, St Vincent & Grenadines
We are a full-service Superyacht agency serving our clients throughout Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Our offices are in Union Island, Canouan, Bequia, Mustique and Saint Vincent Contact us for assistance in: itinerary planning provisioning logistics crew movements/guest movements regional travel concierge services; bookings/reservations
Main Street Hillsborough, Grenada
Carriacou is known as the "Isle of Reefs" and features some of the most unspoiled coral reefs in the region. Most diving takes place on the calmer Caribbean side of the island, where 33 dive sites suitable for all levels of divers can be found. Depths range from 12m/40ft down to a maximum of 30m/100 ft. Visibility is good throughout the year, with excellent opportunities for underwater photography.
5 rue Roland Barthes 75 598 PARIS CEDEX 12
The archipelago of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, which is split into 8 islands and isles, is the only French overseas Territorial Authority in North America. It benefits from a unique geography at the gates of Canada and undeniable natural assets. However, it has been seeking new economic directions since the deep-sea fishing crisis. AFD, a loyal and regular partner, is supporting these transition efforts.
International Education Media 15, Ealing House, 33 Hanger Lane, Ealing, London, W5 3HJ
Studyadvisers.com is a team of international education advisers based in the United Kingdom with more than 10 years of successful history. We are honoured to represent the world’s best universities to our students with our trained advisers
19333 Collins Ave #804 Sunny Isles Beach 33160 FL
Indeed, there was another competition going on: family size (Sergio is still in the lead, 5-4). Since both David and Sergio had young children, they simply couldn't afford to waste any time with mountains of paperwork or needless excursions to government offices. While planning a trip to India during their MBA program, the two of them faced a torturous application process - Sergio and David decided to streamline the process with fully online visa processing. And thus, iVisa was born!
: Room-38, Building-20/5, 4 Khoroo
Are you planning to travel Mongolia and want to join a well-organized small group tour? If yes, you come to the right place. You can choose from our variety of guaranteed group tours and join small group departures. You can be sure that all group tours will depart according to the schedule. It is a good opportunity to experience the country of untouched nature, nomadic culture and utmost of hospitality while making friends with like-minded travelers and traveling at a most competitive price. The tour groups consist of a minimum of 4 PAX and maximum of 10 PAX. The prices published are fixed and will not increase. Instead, the prices could decrease according to the number of travelers or the EARLY BIRDS save 10%. Single supplement fee will be added when a solo travelers request to stay in private gers and hotel rooms. If your interested tour has not listed below or you want to join group tours on different dates, please let us know. We will publish an itinerary of your interest with your travel dates and try our best to help you to create your travel team and decrease the tour price. We promise you better service, lower cost, and satisfaction.
1625 K St. NW Suite 750
The French dimension of Newfoundland's history is accentuated by the presence, 20 kilometres off the Burin Peninsula, of the French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. An important fishing base for centuries, the islands' population, and fishermen from France, have had a long and varied relationship with their neighbours in Newfoundland. The islands are bare and rocky, with only a thin layer of peat to soften the hard landscape. The coasts are generally steep, and there is only one good harbour in the port of St. Pierre, where most of the inhabitants live - about 5,600 people out of a total population in 1990 of about 6,392. Adding to its importance, the town of St. Pierre is also the administrative centre and the site of the principal airport. The harbour, which originally could not handle vessels of more than modest tonnage, has been improved with artificial breakwaters.
PO Box 4243 - 97500 Saint-Pierre P: 24/7 customer support: +508 55 55 53
Come and discover our Archipelago so special and authentic. And because we live there year-round, we have a great idea of what suits you, depending on your needs. Whether you need a relaxing holiday, quiet, or want to trek and adventure, we are here to advise you. So for your holidays à la carte and any questions send us a request We hope to see you soon on our exceptional islands
Ontario Blue Cross 185 The West Mall Suite 610 Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 5P1
Unlike most countries, St-Pierre-and-Miquelon does not require that Canadians present a passport to enter the country for trips of up to 90 days. However, valid government-issued identification, such as a driver’s licence, is required. A passport is required if you plan on staying for longer than 90 days. Since the country is still under French control, it is a member of the European Union, and the euro is the accepted currency on the islands. The Canadian and US dollars are also accepted by many vendors on the islands. The country is not known for natural disasters; however, dense fog in June and July poses a hazard for those travelling by sea. The average temperature during the summer is about 16°C.
22 Waddell Avenue, Suite 101 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B3B 1K3
Come with us to France for the weekend. A short flight brings you to the charming French Islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. For almost 250 years, these islands have remained part of France and continue the European way of life today. Discover the mystery of Saint-Pierre and its role in the prohibition era as the island played host to colourful characters such as Al Capone. Watch for puffins during your cruise to Miquelon, visit Sailor's Island and explore the boutiques of St-Pierre. No trip to France would be complete without sampling such delicacies as chocolate, pastries, cheese - and of course- wine!