The Caribbean islands, describing an arc from Florida to Venezuela, offer beach lovers relaxation and enjoyment. The regions creole culture and frequently mountainous landscapes simply add to its charm.
The Caribbean's delicious fragrances of tropical sensuality guarantee memorable stays by the edge of a blue lagoon sea. If you want to spend a memorable holiday on idyllic beaches, you should visit one of the Lesser Antilles islands such as St Martin, St Lucie, Antigua, St Bart's...
The Island of Anguilla, which also comprises the island of Sombrero and a number of smaller Islands and cays, is small and secluded; ideal if you want to get away from it all. The main resorts are based around the hotels, many of which are situated off the Islands' white coral beaches which are regarded as among the most beautiful in the world. The Islands, the northernmost of the Leeward Islands, are mainly flat - the highest point, Crocus Hill, is only 60m (213ft) above sea level.
Adventure, romance, history and sport all come together in Barbados, a Caribbean island rich in travel experiences. Extraordinary sights and sounds await your visit, brushed with tropical breezes, filtered through year-round sunshine, and accompanied by star-studded nights. Each place has a story, each meal is a celebration, each day brings new discoveries that you will remember forever. Many of our visitors find that a once-in-a-lifetime experience turns into a treasured repeat performance.
The Bahamas is a mesh of dreamy creams and sparkling blues, a place of escapism and relaxation consisting of around hundred of miniature islands, and miles of warm, crystalline Caribbean Sea. They have long been revered for their superb sailing conditions, crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. From the glitz and casinos around the more developed resorts in New Providence and Grand Bahama, it is just a few miles to Tiny Harbour Island-"the new St. Barths" and the unspoilt islands and cays ...
The British Virgin Islands are close to United States but as per their history, they have this English touch mixed with the local Caribbean culture and they are truly a Caribbean Island. Just east of Puerto Rico and next to the US Virgin Islands, the BVI form roughly two chains separated by the Sir Francis Drake Channel. British Virgin Islands have some 60 islands, islets, rocks, and cays, of which only 16 or so are inhabited. They are all of volcanic origin except one, Anegada, which is coral ...
Turks & Caicos
A cluster of coral-fringed isles in a sea that seems to shift through shades of turquoise neon, gleaming white yachts drifting at anchor in the pristine bays and lavish unspoiled cays, vibrant coral reefs and the biggest underwater cave system in the Caribbean, perfect white sands fusing with the warm turquoise waters, caribbean chic, a serene and blissful place to blend in with the relaxed and fashionable crowd. Just twenty years ago, the Turks and Caicos Islands were one of the quietest and ...
This arid, volcanic rock of just eight square miles is home to an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cactus, and fabulous beaches as well as luxury yachts, designer boutiques, and celebrities? Peopled primarily by descendents of the original French settlers and transplanted Europeans, this is an island with a strong, independent personality. Through the vagaries of its history it became a duty-free port and more recently liberated itself from the administrative yoke of Guadeloupe. It is ...