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Where To Visit On Your Caribbean Holiday?

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The Caribbean Islands are a great place to get some winter sun – but which island is the right one for you and your friends and family.

Scanning this page may encourage you to try something different….

We are breaking the islands down into destinations that you should stay at as opposed to just visiting on a cruise. This page focusses on the islands on which to book accommodation.

Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua is ringed with coral reefs, the island is known for its many sandy beaches and cricket. Our highlights are:

  • The English Harbour with the restored Nelson’s Dockyard – so much history
  • Bustling St. John’s with its shopping museum and cathedral
  • Pop over to Barbuda to do some diving
  • Watch some cricket in the amazing Sir Vivian Richards Stadium



Perhaps the most British of the Caribbean Islands.  A quiet and exclusive place to holiday.

  • Famous upmarket hotels such as the Sandy Lane and Coral Reef Club
  • The nicest capital city of the English-speaking islands
  • Good roads to tour the island
  • Excellent bars and restaurants at St Lawrence Gap


Breath taking beaches in Aruba

Part of the former Dutch Antilles – Aruba has amazing beaches.

  • Some of the best beaches in the world. Our favourite is Eagle Beach but watch those waves!
  • Incredible culture with a mix of over 90 nationalities from more than 130 countries
  • Fusion Food with Dutch, Latin and African flavours
  • Excellent range of hotels both large and small


The Caribbean Getaway Curacao

Curacao is a working island. Choose to stay in Willemstad or a beach resort.

  • You will never forget the Dutch painted houses in Willemstad
  • Superb range of restaurants in Willemstad
  • 35 spectacular beaches to choose from
  • Sip a cocktail watching the commercial and cruise ships pass by the swinging bridge



An island with a remarkable combination of rhythm, energy, passion and beauty.

  • Incredible beaches with a wide range of hotels
  • Good quality golf courses
  • The buzzing Montego Bay nightlife
  • Food that you will remember for the rest of your life

St Maarten

St Maarten

St Maarten is an amazing island made of French and Dutch parts.

  • Fantastic French villages with amazing food
  • Buzzing capital of Philipsburg with many bars and restaurants
  • Witness the planes landing over your head at Princess Juliana International Airport
  • Range of quality accommodation across the island


Havana, Cuba

A completely unique island where you can see the 1950s stood still.

  • Havana is a unique place in the world with its combination of architectures
  • The communist past is everywhere with enormous sculptural portraits of revolutionary heroes
  • Amazing beach resorts – not just at Veradero
  • Some of the best cigars and rum in the world

Dominican Republic

dominican republic

The Dominican Republic is not only about Punta Cana!

  • Ciudad Colonial is the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo.
  • Santiago de los Caballeros is a city dedicated to the heroes of the Dominican Restoration War.
  • La Romana contains a re-created 16th-century Mediterranean village with artists' workshops
  • And, of course, Punta Cana has a selection of some of the finest resorts in the Caribbean.

The Bahamas

St. Lucia

The Bahamas
St Lucia

The Bahamas has more than 700  islands and cays range from uninhabited to packed with resorts.

St. Lucia is a very popular island with the Brits as it has good beaches, natural beauty and a good range of shops, bars and restaurants.

  • Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, is a bustling metropolitan hub full of culture and modern amenities.
  • Paradise Island is connected by bridge to Nassau has many top hotels including the famous
  • Many more-quieter islands where you can relax and perform water sports such as Exumas.
  • One of the most popular cruise ports in the world where often there are 5 ships docked at the same time.
  • The capital, Castries, has a wide range of shops and malls. Also visit Cathedral and Derek Walcott Square.
  • St. Lucia has some great beaches including Sugar Beach (between the pitons). Anse Chastanet’s and Pigeon Island beach.
  • Hike the iconic Pitons which are located on the south west coast of the island in Soufriere and have UNESCO status.
  • Visit the natural beauty of the rainforest and waterfalls and take in the history and culture.

Speak To Someone Who has Visited These Destinations

While we cannot claim to have visited every place in every country. We have first hand experience in many destinations so can give you real help and advice.
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