Caribbean

Caribbean Vacations

Explore the Tropical Islands of the Caribbean

Whether you prefer to relax by the white-sand beaches and sapphire-blue
waters or find adventure such as Caribbean Honeymoons & Vacationsdiving or parasailing, the most beautiful islands on earth await you. You can hike through the national parks and scuba dive along underwater mountains. Or perhaps the perfect island vacation for you is to find the perfect veranda with a view of the sea or mountain terrain.

Long known as a vacation destination for honeymooners and retirees, a significant eco-tourism movement has opened the Caribbean to a new type of traveler, interested in not only sun and fun, but also in cultural and natural resources.

The sub-tropical latitudes of the Caribbean provide nearly perfect year-round weather making this an ideal vacation destination.

Caribbean VacationsHere are a few of our favorite islands.

Aruba –  Today vacationers come to enjoy the spectacular beaches and dependable sunshine and is a popular vacation destination for couples, singles and honeymooners.

Bahamas – Comprised of more than 700 islands, 2,000 cays, this is one of the most hospitable and family-friendly in the Caribbean.

Barbados – This British island is known for it’s stunning cliff-side vistas to breathtaking coral reefs. As one of the most developed islands in the Caribbean, Barbadoes is home to a wealth of restaurants, malls and an active nightlife.

St. Lucia – This volanic island with lush landscape, black and white sands is an attractive destination for adventurous types, couples and honeymooners.

Turks and CaicosThese islands are home to some of the world’s most magnificent underwater life and attracts scuba divers and beach lovers alike. The incredible array of beaches are making this a very popular vacation hotspot.

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Source: Caribbean Tourism Organization and Antigua Tourism Boards.