Thousands of idyllic tropical islands with sugar white beaches, lush landscapes and inviting azure waters. Each is unique in character and charm with its vibrant aquatic life which surrounds dozens of picturesque sites. Above all, it is the Caribbean People.


The best kept secret of The Bahamas is the country’s sheer size and diversity. With 16 major islands, The Bahamas is an unmatched destination, a heart-pounding adventure across 100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest ocean.

Spend a day in The Exumas with the world-famous swimming pigs. Then snorkel through an underwater cave, find a secret sandbar, and spot stingrays and starfish through crystal-clear waters.

The Abacos are privileged. Located along major migration routes, these waters make for some of the best fishing in the world. Just 30 minutes out to the Sea of Abaco, the seabed drops a whopping 5,000 feet, placing anglers in close proximity to sailfish, marlin, and wahoo.

Andros – the largest island in The Bahamas. An island so vast and green, locals call it the Big Yard. There are pine trees and palms as far as the eye can see, and blue holes—magical vertical voids formed by water and limestone and thousands of years. There are more than 150 of them here, tucked inland and along the shore. They’re geological wonders, otherworldly to say the least, and there’s one that’s just right for an epic afternoon.

Minutes away from Downtown Nassau, families flock to the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre. The main attraction - up-close encounters and a synchronised performance by The Bahamas’ national bird. And while these brilliant pink beauties certainly steal the show, there is much to discover beyond their stage.

A place where Ernest Hemingway’s favourite seaside hideaway meets the Lost City of Atlantis, and pristine beaches lead to waters teeming with prized blue marlin. 50 miles from Florida’s eastern coast, Bimini exists in a world of its own. The island is most famous for exhilarating shark dives. 

*FCY Golf & Yachting favourites are among nine best rancked golf courses in the Bahamas: ​​​​


  • The iconic Albany’s 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Ernie Els, combines the best of links and desert features with windswept dunes and numerous scenic and strategically challenging water features. In addition to the par-72, 6766 m golf course.

  • ​​​Royal Blue Golf Course #1 Ranked Golf Course in The Bahamas, features an 18- hole, 72 Par measures 6540 m. Set in Nassau, the front nine of Baha Mar’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Royal Blue golf course features dramatic views of undulating fairways and rolling white sand dunes. The Bahamas weather and playing conditions, ensuring a unique experience each time you play.

Great Abaco Island

  • Abaco Club on Winding Bay is designed by renowned golf course architects Donald Steel and Tom Mackenzie, the course at The Abaco Club makes the most of its sparkling seaside setting. Classic links design features abound, from the pot bunkers that dot its rugged location in the dunes to the challenging, sloping greens.  The par 72 championship layout blends seamlessly with its natural surroundings, playing to a length of 6568 m.

Paradise Island

  • Ocean Club Golf Course on the Paradise island. With breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and Nassau Harbor, our championship course is always in full swing. Masterfully designed by Tom Weiskopf, the Ocean Club Golf Course offers Atlantis guests all the makings of a perfect round. This 18-hole par 72 course stretches over 6492 m on Paradise Island Oceanside's peninsula, where crosswinds challenge even the most experienced players.


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Turks and Caicos

Crystalline turquoise waters and white sand beaches are trademarks to the over forty islands and cays that make up the ‘Beautiful by Nature’.

Providenciales is the third largest island in the Turks and Caicos chain.  More commonly known as Provo, the 38 square mile island is home to Grace Bay Beach, recipient of the World’s Best Beach award year after year from several travel and tourism publications. Whether it’s a round of golf at the 18-hole Provo Golf Club, Thursday’s Island Fish Fry, indulging in rejuvenating spa treatments, sampling our culinary delights, snorkeling at Smith’s Reef or swimming with Jojo the dolphin and his friendly counter parts, there is no shortage of ways to relax and unwind.

Grand Turk, the capital of the Turks & Caicos Islands, attracts avid divers eager to experience one of the world’s greatest wall diving meccas, with a drop of nearly 7000 feet. This ‘Mount Everest’ of wall dives is just ¼ mile from the beach on Duke Street.

Middle Caicos is the largest island in the Turks and Caicos Islands chain. A visit to this grand isle is the perfect opportunity to explore the dramatic cave system and discover the maze of caverns in The Indian Cave and Conch Bar Cave. The Island is home to some of the largest limestone cave systems in the Caribbean region.

*FCY Golf & Yachting favourite is Royal Turks and Caicos golf club. Located on Providenciales, the 18-hole championship golf course is par 72 over 6131 m. The course is in tremendous condition having been re-turfed throughout with Platinum Paspalum grass, the new standard in the golf industry.

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The Greater Antilles

Located southeast of the United States, contain the islands of Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominical Republic), and the islands composing the Cayman Islands.


The entire island of Cuba is made up of approximately four thousand islets, providing an endless opportunity to discover new and untouched natural places whilst yachting. 340 km of coral reef, often close to the coast, the diversity of marine reliefs, submerged caves and the strange and unique forms of corals and aquatic fauna are part of these attractions. Cuba will make you step into another dimension with its spectacular beaches, baroque architecture and fascinating rumba beat.

A few places to discover are: Trinidad De Cuba - one of the oldest towns founded in Cuba and is one of the most beautiful and most authentic colonial cities.

Los Jardines De La Reina, Cuba’s Gardens of the Queen, is often called the crown jewel of the Caribbean. This is one of the healthiest and most vibrant marine ecosystems in the world.

Cienfuegos is a beautiful historical city with neoclassical buildings, peaceful resort surrounded by nature - Guama, and Cienaga De Zapata is a UNESCO protected national park with a very rich biosphere reserve.

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The Cayman Islands

Strolling the streets of Cayman islands, you may notice some notes in step with the scenes around you. What you hear is a kitchen band – blending the soul of jazz, the happiness of calypso and the message of reggae. There are several music and art festivals during the year and its also known as Culinary Capital of the Caribbean : the beginning of the year is kicked off with the annual Cayman Cookout in January, and throughout the year, there are several festivals with local culinary cuisine.

Grand Cayman Island

Whether you are looking for complete relaxation, exquisite dining, exciting nightlife or the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean and the colourful reefs that bloom below - the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Grand Cayman has something for everyone.

Little Cayman Island

Seclusion and striking scenery are everywhere to be found on the shores of Little Cayman. This sister island offers a rare combination of sun-drenched solitude, glistening beaches, and miles of untouched tropical wilderness.

Cayman Brac

Named for its breathtaking bluff, Cayman Brac is both rugged and charming. It provides adventure-seekers and nature-lovers with the opportunity to get up close and personal with its dramatic views and exotic flora.

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  • the18-hole golf courses North Sound Golf Club  par 71, 6039 m in Grand Cayman, offers challenging play, stunning ocean views, and impeccable greens for golfers of all levels. It’s a must play for any golfer.. Dotted throughout with lush palm trees, the course is often visited by iguanas and colorful birds.

  • Blue Tip Golf Course at The Ritz-Carlton, an award-winning nine-hole course designed by Greg Norman.The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grand Cayman offers challenging play amid breathtaking natural beauty. The course was designed in a way to make its 429 m hole play feel like 548 m, and is perfect for those who want to play one or multiple rounds in a day. 


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The beat of reggae. The searing smell of jerk over the fire. The swizzle of rum in your glass. No place on earth provides the range of attractions and the cultural diversity that can be found here. No place on earth feels like it. No place on earth shines like it. Jamaica, the home of rhythm and sway. Three larger marinas on the island cater best to superyachts: Port Antonio in the east, Montego Bay Yacht Club in the north and Kingston’s Royal Jamaica Yacht Club in the south.

Kingston is the cultural mecca of our island. The place to be if you want to experience the mesmerising music and heady nightlife as you vibrate to the beat of the drums. You’ll also find fine art galleries, epicurean dining, amazing views in the cool hills above the city, and incredible beaches.

Montego Bay

A melting pot of cultures, filled with locals and visitors alike, no visit to Jamaica is complete without stopping by ‘Mobay.’ Home to many luxury resorts, clubs, restaurants and beaches, you can choose from a range of land-based activities, such as golf, tennis, horse riding and spa treatments.

Blue and John Crow Mountains

Comprising 100,000 acres of tropical rainforest, this national park is often referred to as the “lungs of Eastern Jamaica” for a good reason. A designated UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s home to the island’s endemic species of plants and animals and was a haven for the Maroons, escaped enslaved Africans.

Negril Beach

Negril’s 7-mile white sand beach is home to spectacular beaches and marine parks. The ideal place for scuba diving, discover some of the island’s marine life, coral reefs, wrecks and caves here. On land, visit the Negril Lighthouse built in 1894 on the island’s western tip for panoramic views.

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  • The Tryall Club at Montego Bay; the 18-hole, 6250 m course is the work of celebrated golf course designer Ralph Plummer. The Tryall Club offers a golf course with a varied terrain whose borders skirt the shoreline and climb up forested hills. Jungle ravines and coconut groves that are scattered throughout this championship course provide a scenic tropical setting. The Tryall Club layout features an interesting variety of holes that can be played several different ways due to their unique challenges.

  • White Witch Golf Course at Rose Hall St James is carved from the rolling countryside of Jamaica’s historic Rose Hall Plantation and is an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Robert von Hagge and Rick Baril. This 6180 m, Par 71 is considered one of the finest golf courses in the Caribbean, White Witch was named by its creators, golf course architects Robert von Hagge and Rick Baril, after the 19th century beauty, Annee Palmer, who owned the sugar plantation on which the course stands.

  • Cinnamon Hill Golf at Montego Bay designed by Robert von Hagge and Rick Baril. The course winds its way along shores lapped by the turquoise Caribbean Sea and through the lush, mountain terrain of its demanding back nine of which the 17th hole tee-off is 350 feet above sea level. This par 72 measures 6218 m offer a great experience for both novice and seasoned golfers.

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Leeward Islands

The Leeward group includes: the U.S. Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Saint Martin, Saint-Barthelemy, Saba, Sint Eustatius, Saint Kitts, Nevis, Barbuda, Antiqua, Redonda, Montserrat and Guadeloupe.


The U.S. Virgin Islands are "America's Caribbean Paradise" – the place to see moko jumbies (stilt walkers) dance at a Carnival parade, hear the lilting patois of a Creole dialect or smell the spices in a saltfish pate.

Each island offers something different. Called "Rock City" for its hilly, craggy horizon, St. Thomas is known for luxury – from the megayachts moored in the harbour to the high-end storefronts along Main Street. Located a short ferry ride east, St. John appeals to honeymooners and nature lovers, with more than 7,000 acres of dedicated parkland, along with pristine beaches. Way down south in the Caribbean Sea, St. Croix allows visitors to explore the islands' colonial heritage and the history of slavery at several different forts and plantations. Plus, it's on this island that you'll find the Cruzan Rum Distillery.

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  • Carambola Golf Club winding through a lush tropical valley on the island of St Croix. This Robert Trent Jones, Sr. masterpiece was commissioned by Laurence Rockefeller and opened in 1966. Jones, exceeded all expectations on this classic par 72 parkland design that stretches over 6400 m with water hazards coming into play on seven holes. To this day, it is still considered one of Jones’ best and most challenging courses.
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The capital of the British Virgin Islands, Road Town, is located on the island of Tortola and is the only town of any real size. It’s the starting point for many BVI holidays, with easy island hopping trips to Peter Island and Virgin Gorda.

Anegada is one of the archipelago’s most unique islands, it is surrounded by striking reefs, underwater caves, tunnel formations and age-old shipwrecks, making it a popular spot for snorkelers and SCUBA divers.

The smallest of the four main BVI, Jost van Dyke is another popular yachting destination. Although there are only 25 permanent residents, JvD is one of the liveliest of the islands. With five restaurants in Great Harbour alone, you can be sure of a great lobster dinner. The welcoming atmosphere of Foxy’s Tamarind Beach Bar has persisted for generations of rum-punch lovers and reggae singers. 

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St.Kitts & Nevis

Rolling landscapes in a thousand shades of green. Shimmering aqua-blue waters lapping upon corrugated shores notched with secret white-sand beaches. The verdant peak of a towering volcano rising majestically above lush rainforests. Massive beds of offshore coral, teeming with fish of every stripe and color.

Visiting St. Kitts is not just about tantalizing the senses; it’s about following your heart. St. Kitts seduces you, seeping into your soul with every day that passes. The most enchanting quality about St. Kitts is undeniably her people.

Nevis is the smaller of two Caribbean islands. While St. Kitts is fully developed with large mansions, high-end shopping and luxury hotels, Nevis is quiet and unspoiled.There are 44 distinct varieties of mango that are grown on this tiny isle, they’re so popular in fact, that there’s a Mango festival each July.

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St. Kitts

  • The Royal St. Kitts Golf Club is one of the best conditioned and most scenic golf courses in the Caribbean. Royal St. Kitts plays as an 18-hole, Par 71, 6300 m from the championship gold tees. This extraordinary layout boasts water hazards on 10 holes, 80 bunkers and a multitude of coconut palm trees along the Atlantic Ocean.The magnificent layout has 125 irrigated acres of lush grass and allows golfers to play two full holes on the Caribbean Sea and three complete holes on the Atlantic Ocean. The redesign was done by famed architect Thomas McBroom.


  • Robert Trent Jones II’s Four Seasons Resort Nevis golf course, has a dramatic view of the Resort and the neighbouring island of St Kitts as you tee off on our 18-hole, par-71 course over 6186 m, surrounded by vibrant, tropical foliage. Be sure to keep an eye out for the playful green vervet monkeys that also call our island home.

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Saint Barthelemy

Effortless glamour and that famous laid-back Caribbean charm, the rocky outcrop of St. Barts holds a unique blend of cultures and experiences amongst its idyllic shores.

The ultra-chic capital of Gustavia plays host to a number of world-class restaurants and designer boutiques with colourful shop fronts and chilled out cafes. Its has a strong French influences add a touch of Mediterranean flair and cosmopolitan atmosphere. The nightlife here is the stuff of legend, particularly on New Year’s Eve - with the most exclusive parties enjoyed around Gustavia’s superyacht friendly harbor. 

The island’s superyacht regatta, St Barts Bucket is held in late March.

Anse de Grande Saline beach is one of the island’s most beautiful, with white sand with clear waters. Colombier, locally known as Rockefeller’s beach  is un unspoiled beach accessed only by foot or boat and is the ideal spot for a picnic.

Grand Cul de Sac is a haven and sanctuary for those in search of privacy, this secluded beach is a must-see. Only accessible by boat or foot, the beautiful rock formations, calm waters and stunning views solidify the island’s reputation.

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St.Martin is known for its beautiful natural beaches, hidden bays and delicious cuisine. But those looking to indulge in some luxurious shopping, a buzzing nightlife and boat-watching are better off spending more of their time in St.Maarten, home to the annual Heineken Regatta.

Split between French and Dutch ownership, the island of St Maarten has grown an amazing culture in line with both of its mother nations. The “Friendly Island” will also charm you with its joyous, multicultural atmosphere, festive nightlife, and fusion cuisine of French, Creole, and other exotic flavors. There are 37 beaches on the island - every beach is a different world with its own specific features.

*FCY Golf & Yachting favourite near by St Martin, located on the Anguilla island, is

  • Aurora International Golf Club. The Championship Course, par 72, on 6400 m was modernized and restored by Greg Norman Golf Course Design, one of his most iconic projects in the Caribbean. The new  9-hole Signature Short Course awaits. In true Aurora International style, the first hole opens with captivating panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. As you play, the remarkable course features unfold with a rich variety of shot angles, distances, and carefully integrated design elements for a course that’s both playable and fun for golfers of all levels.
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Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua is one of the most luxurious and laid-back islands in the entire Caribbean. Sun-seekers often make their way to its white and pink beaches, with locals claiming there are 365 stretches to enjoy on the island - 1 for each day of the year. Standouts include the crescent-shaped Half Moon Bay, Hawksbill, Pigeon Beach, and Long Bay.

During Antigua Sailing Week you will see some of the world’s finest yachts. World-class competitors sail to the island to compete in the regatta, giving an impressive display of skill and engineering excellence in the sleek lines of their lightweight racing yachts. 

Barbuda boasts a spectacularly diverse ecosystem and has a gorgeous stretches of pristine pink-sand beaches, visit the largest Frigate Bird Colony outside the Galapagos, and unparalleled snorkeling and diving opportunities.

*FCY Golf & Yachting favourite is

  • Cedar Valley Golf Club at St John's Antigua was designed and built by Ralph Aldridge opened with 9 holes in 1970. As Antigua’s only 18-Hole championship Golf Course. This beautiful par 70, 5630 m golf course lies amidst mature tropical trees, vistas on hills, and the Caribbean Sea provide an enjoyable, inspiring and very challenging Golf game.
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The Windward Islands

The Windward Islands comprise Barbados, Grenada, the Grenadines, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago and Trinidad, which are among the larger of the Lesser Antilles islands. They are referred to as the Windward Islands due to their location on the path of Northeastern trade winds.


Dominica is often referred to as ‘The Nature Island of the Caribbean,’ as it is home to dense rainforests, waterfalls, lagoons, rivers and thermal hot springs. Approximately two-thirds of the island is covered in lush forests, which house over 1.500 different plant and animal species. One of the two remaining islands in the Caribbean which pre-Columbian Carib Indians populate. Be sure to visit the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site and see the Emerald Pool in person.


The green mountainous north with its black sand beaches in Anse Couleuvre to its unspoiled, rocky hills sheltering its white sand beaches in the south in Sainte Anne, Martinique is known as the Island of Flowers, is both a scenic and culinary destination. The ideal Caribbean destination to unwind, it offers everything from swimming and snorkelling among its vibrant coral reefs to exploring its many fishing villages like Anse d’Arlet, trekking through its rainforest and climbing its active volcanic peaks of Mount Pelé.

The capital of Martinique, Fort-de-France, celebrates all aspects of French and Caribbean cultures. Explore its winding streets, taking in the array of stores, art galleries, theatres and museums. 

For the rhum lovers, don’t forget to visit the tasting room for a drink and chat with the friendly and knowledgeable bartenders at many of rum distilleries of the Island, like the heritage site Clement House

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  • Golf de l'Espérance in Trois Ilets. Built in 1976 on a beautiful site, 18-hole course – Par 71 of 6070 meters, is a course that will certainly delight enthusiasts of this sport. Indeed, drawn between bodies of water, vegetation, shores, hills and other obstacles. Robert Trent Jones Sr, an experienced golfer and an expert landscape architect, personally chose the site because its topography and scenery made it an exceptional location for a golf course.
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St. Lucia

St Lucia offers a diverse Caribbean getaway with its gorgeous coastline and mountains. Dozen beaches with white, golden, and black sand. Have an amazing time diving into the mud baths located within the UNESCO World Heritage site of Soufriere Volcano. Discover the beautiful nature in the Diamond Botanical Garden. Experience an unforgettable Chocolate Heritage tour and create your own chocolate at the Fond Doux Eco Resort & Plantation. Head down to Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort. This is where you’ll find luxury in nature’s embrace. Imagine: enjoying a spa treatment in a rainforest treehouse, then walking the soft white sands barefoot to swim in the Caribbean sea.

Marigot Bay offers a wide variety of wildlife, along with thick mangroves in this tropical haven. It was the hiding place for Pirates, French and British fleets during their battles. Have the rum tasting experience at the Rum Cave at the Marigot Bay Resort & Marina and enjoy the perfect spot for sunset before heading to your fine dining at the The Grill. 

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  • The  all-new 18-holes Sandals St. Lucia Golf redesigned in 2021 by Greg ‘The Shark’ Norman. This 18-hole Par 71 layout offers remarkable backdrops, dramatic elevation changes and lush tropical vegetation that spans over 6400 m, with a championship caliber Norman-design that is rich in shot-making variety, offering a fun and challenging golf experience for Sandals guests and the club members alike to play in paradise.
  • Country Club at Cap Estate and a sporty 9-hole golf course at Sandals Golf Club La Toc, nettles in a picturesque valley surrounded by lush, villa-studded hills, its emerald, undulating terrain punctuated by bursts of crepe myrtle, bougainvillea and other flamboyant blossoms. Measuring only 2872 m, this layout is short but not always sweet.
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St Vincent & the Grenadines

Known as the 'jewel of the Grenadines', this island's heavenly name translates appropriately to 'island of the clouds'.

St Vincent has some of the most secluded beaches, bays and shallow snorkelling sites. An unforgettable trip is to the Falls of Baleine in the very north of the island. This 35ft waterfall tumbles into a rock-lined pool and is a unique natural attraction. Expansive shallow reef diving, wall diving, drift diving, wreck diving and even cave diving are just some of the opportunities available to both novices and the more experienced divers.

The oldest botanical garden in the Americas is located in its capital, Kingstown. More tropical botany can be enjoyed just outside the town in the Marriaqua Valley where banana, nutmeg, cocoa, coconut, and breadfruit are grown on plantations. For many, a hiking trip to St Vincent would not be complete without a visit to the summit of the awe-inspiring La Soufriere volcano.

Bequia is a one-of-a-kind landscape in a one-of-a-kind place. Sailors were the first to discover the island before travellers happened upon this oasis for weary adventurers to rest and recover. Make a trip to Princess Margaret Beach, which has one of the loveliest stretches of sand on the island. Anyone looking for a view that will leave them breathless must stop at St. Mary's Anglican church, which sits primly by the waterfront.

Mustique had a colourful history before it ended up with the Mustique Company. In the fifteenth century, it was first sighted by Spanish sailors, who named the group of islands containing Mustique: 'Los Pajoros' or 'The Birds.' It was later renamed The Grenadines by pirates in the seventeenth century, who used the sheltered bays to hide their ships and treasure. It has a fantastic selection of beaches, snorkelling, scuba diving sites, and luxury hotels, including the renovated former plantation, 'Cotton House’.

Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cays Marine Park are two of the world's most awe inspiring island destinations. The pure and natural charm of these places looks like something straight off a postcard, which is why it was chosen as one of the backdrops for 'The Pirates of the Caribbean' movie.

A dream descent for scuba divers and snorkellers, and an endless paradise for beachcombers - this intimate cluster of five uninhabited cays offers heavenly lagoons full of green turtles, coral reefs, colourful fish, and crystal clear waters. If the Grenadines archipelago were a necklace, the Tobago Cays would be its jewelled pendant.

Mayreau is a fantastic destination for scuba divers and snorkelers. Hard and soft corals, sponges, sea fans and a myriad of reef fish can all be seen on these formations together with green turtles, nurse sharks and occasional reef sharks. Look out for squadrons of eagle rays and even the occasional manta ray in these waters! The island has several excellent white sand beaches that are great for soaking up the sun, swimming or having a picnic.

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  • Canuan Estate on Canuan island. An exhilarating and challenging 72-Par, 6309m Jim Fazio designed 18-hole golf course is located on dramatic sloping hills skirting the oceans edge. A hundred and fifty undulating acres with breath taking views from every angle, it is truly every world class golfer’s dream. 
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Grenada is a Caribbean country comprising the main island, named Grenada, as well as two smaller surrounding islands known as Carriacou and Petit Martinique

Port Louis Marina is in the natural lagoon of the charming capital of Grenada, St George. Anchor in Secret Harbour Marina, which is tucked away in the picturesque Mount Hartman bay.

Known as the 'spice isle', a third of the world's nutmeg is grown in Grenada as well as cloves and mace. Grenville is a quiet town with a community of nutmeg growers and a rum distillery. The Grand Etang rainforest is a place to hike amid mahogany trees.

Grenada's trademark beauty: the crystalline sands at Grand Anse beach. And just below the surface of the water in Moliniere Bay, divers and snorkelers can admire an underwater art gallery where coral and statues combine to create masterpieces.

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Trinidad and Tobago

From Port of Spain, cosmopolitan capital, to the tranquil mangroves filled with birdlife at Caroni Bird Sanctuary, the two small islands of Trinidad and Tobago are filled with incredible experiences. The Queen's Park Savannah is major focal point of the island's annual Carnival celebrations.

The islands are surrounded by the golden sands beaches and gently swaying coconut trees, lush rainforests, historical buildings and unique wildlife. 

The remote north coast village is where the Grande Riviere River meets the sea and is known by tourists primarily as one of the world's most important nesting ground for rare leatherback sea turtles.
Buccoo Reef and the Nylon Pool are the beaches to visit at Tobago island. 

Unlike many other Caribbean destinations, the multicultural dynamic of Tobago's people shines through in the local cuisine. Tucked behind the Botanic Gardens the thoughtfully presented food is the best of Trinidadian fine dining, try the geera-crusted kingfish with tomato choka. Evenings spent listening to the tropical sounds of calypso and sipping cool cocktails of local rum.

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  • The Tobago Plantations Golf Course, PGA designed to Championship standards. The Par-72 on 6400m, 18 hole course has been woven into the landscape of an old coconut plantation. The landscape varies greatly throughout the course with lakes, woodland thickets, beaches, mangroves and wild grass providing each hole with a very distinctive character of true Tobago golf. The course is a good test of the game for golfers of all levels. The course was designed by Bob Hunt and Marcus Blackburn of PGA Golf Management Ltd.

  • The award-winning Mount Irvine Golf Course in Tobago, designed by Commander John D. Harris, PGA championship quality 18-hole course. An award-winning, 18-hole, par 72 on 6394 m golf course is carved out from 127 acres of an old sugar and coconut estate. Established in 1968, the course is set within a gently rolling countryside along Tobago’s northwest coastline, and features an abundance of towering coconut trees and breathtaking views of the sea from every hole.


  • St Andrews in Trinidad, listed as a Golf Club in 1891, so its one of the oldes in the Western Hemisphere. Although not a long course, its narrow fairways, contoured greens and mature, tropical trees, strategically positioned, provide a stern test to break par. The front nine is about distance but the back nine is about accuracy. This par 72, 5994m off the Blue Tees, one often assumes that the course is 'beatable'.

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Leeward Antilles

The Leeward Antilles is a chain of islands in the southern Caribbean Sea off the coast of Venezuela. They include Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Isla la Tortuga and Isla la Margarita.


Aruba, known as «The Happy Island», shares a rich colonial past with the islands of Bonaire and Curaçao, which together are known as the ABC Islands, it’s home to a mix of cuisine, cultural traditions and welcoming locals. One of the most friendly Southern Caribbean islands, you will be sure to hear “Bonbini”, which means “welcome” in Papiamento, the local language (a creole language with Portuguese and Spanish influences)

Aruba’s striking scenery is quite different from its neighbours – a flat landscape dominated by cacti. No visit to Aruba is complete without a visit to Eagle Beach and Palm Beach

The capital city and main port of Aruba, Oranjestad, bustling and vibrant energy will win you over. The nightlife on the island is among the best of the Caribbean, with several beach bars, thrilling casinos and buzzing clubs to explore once the warm sun goes down.

Throughout the island, you’ll find friendly & diverse locals, extensive dining options, aloe plantation, local rum, street art murals, dive sites, fun annual festivals like Aruba’s Carnival season. 


Bonaire is said to offer superb scuba diving, one of the finest dive sites in the world, and snorkelling spots and is home to diverse types of marine life, from sea turtles to nurse sharks and stingrays.
Bonaire has a long history of nature preservation, and always seeks to find the delicate balance between environmental protection and growth, while maintaining nature and culture. 
A protected area since 1979, Bonaire is home to some of the world’s most pristine and untouched coral reefs. 


Influenced by the Dutch culture, the city of Willemstad is filled with colourful waterfront buildings and colonial architecture, reminiscent of Amsterdam itself. The island is also celebrated for its beautiful jagged cliffs edges and limestone caves – ideal for hiking. Experience and learn about the history of the island, a cultural melting pot which hosted everyone from the Dutch to the Spanish, the Portuguese and the French. 

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  • Golf Course at Tierra del Sol Resort in Aruba. This par 71 measuring 6228 m was designed by Robert Trent Jones II. The Golf Course  is situated on the scenic northwest point of Aruba, providing breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. The desert-links course layout fully captures the elements of wind, sea, and earth to create a truly exhilarating experience for golfers of all levels. Four sets of tees per hole provide a variety of approach angles and challenge. 


  • Old Quarry, 18-hole golf course designed by Pete Dye, in Curaçao. In April 2010 the famous golf course designer Pete Dye finished his Caribbean masterpiece, the par 72 measuring 6327 m at the Santa Barbara Plantation on Curaçao. Named after the Plantation’s 19th century limestone quarry, this championship seaside layout was designed to fit seamlessly into the land’s hills and valleys. A challenge to players of all skill levels, the course meanders between the stunning blue Caribbean Sea, the slopes and hills of Tafelberg Mountain and the sheltered bay known as Spanish Water.

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