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.
Crystalline turquoise waters and white sand beaches are trademarks to the over forty islands and cays that make up the ‘Beautiful by Nature’.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Known as the 'jewel of the Grenadines', this island's heavenly name translates appropriately to 'island of the clouds'.
Grenada is a Caribbean country comprising the main island, named Grenada, as well as two smaller surrounding islands known as Carriacou and Petit Martinique.
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.