The Caribbean is an archipelago of beautiful islands each with their own individual character. Part of the larger West Indies grouping of islands including the Greater Antilles and Lesser Antilles as well as the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The islands host a tremendous mix of cultures and have a colourful history rooted in sugar plantations, piracy and slavery. Many of the islands have clear colonial identities. With some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, you will be captivated with the rhythms of reggae and latin salsa. You will find abundant fresh seafood and spicy stews, some of the finest hotels in the world and scenery that will take your breath away.
The coastline of Antigua offers a myrriad of beautiful coves and beaches, and amazing blue seas that are certain to leave you wanting to stay forever on these islands. The islands are famous for their sailing, but also provide a wonderful destination for a travellers looking for pure escapism.
Famous for its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1492, Bahamas is a group of over 700 beautiful islands. Nassau and Freeport are are famous for casinos and duty free shopping, while the island of Andros is a magnet for divers looking to explore its famous blue hole.
The Bermudan islands have a wealth of beautiful beaches and coves stretching for just over 20 miles in length. Bermuda is a paradise for those looking for a romantic break or a lovely honeymoon destination. Surrounding the islands is a coral reef providing some exhilarating diving opportunities with colourful fish and ship wrecks.
The British Virgin Islands offer turquoise clear waters for diving, swimming and sailing. Composed of over fifty islands, the British Virgin Islands is a popular destination for people looking to sail between the beautiful islands. There are abundant beautiful beaches and coves and a warm and welcoming local population.
At the heart of the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica has a distinctive character formed from close links to African culture and a fusion of European and Middle Eastern influences. Famous for being the home of Bob Marley, Jamaica invites you to experience its strong musical identity.
Nevis is a welcoming destination for people who enjoy raw nature, as well as those a bit more gentrified. There's nothing like an afternoon of total relaxation, a visit to the stables, or a trip into delightful Charlestown to be charmed by its colonial-era architecture.
St. Barths is an overseas collectivity of France, and the language, cuisine and culture have a stong French influence. The island has a community that can trace their ancestry back to Northern France, and areas of the rural coastline are reminiscent of Brittany. St. Barths has something for everyone - including up-market shops and exclusive restaurants, to wonderful quiet hotels and secluded beaches providing an escape from the hectic pace of modern life.
With its exotic natural beauty, warm waters, white-sand beaches and lush tropical vegetation, St. Kitts is one of the prettiest and most seductive spots in the Caribbean. But there is so much more to this lovely little island than good looks. St. Kitts is home to a population of about 40,000 who live on just 68 square miles of land, so when you pay a visit it's easy to get to know the locals - called Kittitians - and their Culture. You couldn't find anyone more friendly and relaxed than the Kittitians. The island sits at the top of the West Indies chain not far from Antigua and it was first spotted by Christopher Colombus in 1493.
One of the Windward Islands, St Lucia was named after Saint Lucy of Syracuse by French colonizers in the seventeenth
century. The island boasts many popular tourist sites including a drive-in volcano, botanical gardens and sulphur springs.
The interior of the St Lucia island offers a rainforest and beautiful scenery that is perfect for hikers with rolling hills that give way to impressive volcanic mountains. The famous twin peaks of the Piton mountains have been compared to pyramids and are one of the island's most distinctive features.
This is the perfect destination for your perfect honeymoon, anniversary or family holiday, as there is something for everyone!