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Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic, CaribbeanThe Caribbean with its warm tropical climate and white sandy beaches lapped by the azure crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea has long been a dream holiday destination for many. Amongst the Caribbean’s 7,000 islands, most uninhabited, there’s an amazing verity of cultures, landscapes and even climates, so there’s bound to be an island paradise just right for you. Popular holidays in the Caribbean include Jamaica, Cuba, Barbados, Mauritius, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Bahamas to name just a few.

Warning! The Caribbean is prone to hurricanes. They can have a devastating impact on islands in their path. Check your destination isn’t one of them before you book. The hurricane season is normally between June and November when the oceans are at their warmest.

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Caribbean Resorts

Resorts in the CaribbeanSome of the top resorts in the Caribbean include Anguilla, Antigua, Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, Trinidad, Tobago,Turks and Caicos Islands. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next Caribbean holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new. You can also use the map or scroll down to a particular region of interest below.
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Caribbean Tours & Attractions

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British Caribbean

Blue Hills Settlements, Providencales and West Caicos, Turks and Caicos Islands, CaribbeanThe British Caribbean, also known as the British West Indies, is a series of mainly English speaking Caribbean islands with historical links to Great Britain. Beneath the calm of rum cocktails sipped on white sandy beaches under a tropical sun belies a troubled past. From pirates to plantations and sugar cane to slavery Britain’s association with the Caribbean dates back to the 16th Century when pirates like Drake where plundering the region and trading in slaves. Today the relationship with Britain is more cordial from loose partnerships to formal jurisdiction, with the main threat from passing hurricanes not pirates. The islands are often grouped into the Windward and Leeward Islands, terms dating from the Age of Sail.

The British Leeward Islands (downwind) are in the north. They include Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, and Saint Kitts and Nevis.

The British Windward Islands (upwind) are in the south. They include Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Sometimes Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago are also included.

Other British islands in the Caribbean include the Bahamas, Bermuda, and the Turks and Caicos Islands in the north and the Cayman Islands and Jamaica in the west.

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British Caribbean Resorts

Resorts in the British CaribbeanSome of the top resorts in the British Caribbean include Anguilla, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad & Tobago. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next British Caribbean holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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British Caribbean Tours & Attractions

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Cuba

Beach on Cuba in the CaribbeanCuba is the largest island in the Caribbean. Holidays to Cuba offer both fabulous white sandy beaches along with a fascinating history and nine World Heritage Sites. Its charming shabby chic appearance can be seen in its old colonial architecture and classic American cars. Lovingly restored, they are kept on the road with the Cuban “make do and mend” philosophy forged over many years of austerity under communist rule and US trade embargos. From its Spanish colonial past in the 15th century, through US occupation in 1898, followed by a dictatorship under Batista in 1952, and then Fidel Castro’s revolution in 1959, Cuba hasn’t really had a chance to reach its full potential. Nevertheless, holidaymakers are flocking to Cuba to soak-up the history and sunshine in popular beach resorts Baracoa, Varadero Beach, Jardines del Rey and Playa Los Flamencos. Cuba’s edgy capital, Havana, is a vibrant city with a thriving nightlife. For nature lovers, there are several national parks to explore, like Parque Nacional Ciénaga de Zapata, with vast swamps, lovely beaches, scuba diving and renowned for its bird-watching. The park is one of the largest wetlands in the Caribbean, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, and incidentally the site of the 1961 US Bay of Pigs invasion.

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Cuba Resorts

Resorts on CubaSome of the top resorts on Cuba include Havana, Trinidad, Varadero, Cayo Coco, Cayo Santa Maria, Guardalavaca, Holguin, Santa Clara, Santiago de Cuba, and Bay of Pigs. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next Cuba holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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Cuba Tours & Attractions

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Cuba Flights & Airports

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Dominican Republic

Parasailing in the Dominican RepublicThe Dominican Republic shares the Island of Hispaniola with Haiti. Situated in the east, it is nearly twice the size of Haiti in the west. The country has had a tumultuous history. After several periods of independence, re-occupation and dictatorships, the Dominican Republic only became a representative democracy in 1996. The capital, Santo Domingo is where Christopher Columbus established the first permanent European settlement in the Americas. The country enjoys dramatic and diverse landscapes. There are impressive mountains in the centre, with peaks reaching to around 3,000 metres, similar to the Pyrenees in Europe. Lower ranges extend along the northern coast and southern tip. Between the mountains in the north, the rich and fertile Cibao valley is a productive farming region. The south is less fertile and semi-arid. The surrounding coastal plains are a mix of sugar cane plantations, savannah, lagoons, lakes, mangrove swamps, and of course fabulous white sandy beaches. Holidays in the Dominican Republic are clearly popular, as with 6.6 million visitors in 2018 it was the Caribbean’s top destination. Most of the holiday resorts are found around Santo Domingo and coastal resorts like Bavaro, Punta Cana, Casa de Campo and Cap Cana in the east.

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Dominican Republic Resorts

Resorts in the Dominican RepublicSome of the top resorts in the Dominican Republic include Santo Domingo, Boca Chica, La Romana, Las Terrenas, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Samana, and Santiago de los Caballeros. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next Dominican Republic holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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Dominican Republic Tours & Attractions

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Dominican Republic Flights & Airports

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Dutch Caribbean

Mullet Bay, Sint Maarten, Dutch CaribbeanThe Dutch Caribbean, also known as the Dutch West Indies, consists of two groups of islands. Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao are called the ABC Islands and sit off the coast of Venezuela. The second group of Saba, Saint Eustatius and Sint Maarten are called the SSS Islands and are in the north Caribbean. The Dutch link to the Caribbean started in the 17th century. Desperate for a slice of the lucrative sugar and slave trade, the Dutch West India Company was formed to trade across the Americas and Caribbean. With competition from the British, French and Spanish, things soon got nasty. Ships were plundered, islands were captured, fortes were built, and counter attacks were won and lost. The resulting tally is the Dutch Caribbean we see today. The ABC Islands are hot and dry with a desert like climate. Bonaire and Curação are protected by reefs, making them more popular with tourists. The SSS Islands have a tropical climate. Saba and Saint Eustatius are both tiny and based around volcanoes; Saba’s potentially active, Saint Eustatius’s not. Both islands are known for scuba diving and their rich flora and fauna. Sint Maarten shares an island with French Saint Martin and is known for its lagoons, beaches and salt pans. It’s clear that Dutch Caribbean holidays are poplar, although the lack of flights from the UK will put off some. Nevertheless, the islands are also ports of call for many cruises, so there’s no need to miss out.

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Dutch Caribbean Resorts

Resorts in the Dutch CaribbeanSome of the top resorts in the Dutch Caribbean include Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten, Kralendijk, Oranjestad, Otrobanda, Sint Nicolaas, Willemstad, and Sint Michiel. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next Dutch Caribbean holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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Dutch Caribbean Tours & Attractions

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French Caribbean

Les Salines in Martinique, French CaribbeanThe French Caribbean, also known as the French West Indies, includes the islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthélemy and Saint Martin. With the exception of Martinique, which is part of the Windward Islands in the southeast, the others are part of the Leeward Islands in the northeast. The history of the French Caribbean has been fairly fluid. Their first settlement was on Martinique in 1635. The colony expanded and contracted over the years, leaving just the four islands currently associated with France today. Naturally, most French Caribbean holidays appeal to French speaking tourists, but the cruise ships are helping attract visitors from other countries. Guadeloupe is an archipelago with the two main islands of Grande-Terre (east) and Basse-Terre (west) separated only by a river. Grande-Terre is known for its lovely long beaches, while Basse-Terreis boasts the impressive Carbet Falls in its national park. Martinique is rugged and dominated by the Mount Pelee volcano. It has great beaches and lush rain forests. Saint Barthélemy, commonly known as St Barts, is popular with the jet set as it’s secluded, has pristine white sandy beaches, designer shops and gourmet restaurants. Its Port of Gustavia is packed with luxury yachts, particularly around Christmas and the New Year. Saint Martin is the more refined northern French half of the island, which it shares with its vibrant Dutch neighbour of Sint Maarten in the South. The north enjoys the French virtues of shopping and fine dining, and also has excellent beaches.

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French Caribbean Resorts

Resorts in the French CaribbeanSome of the top resorts in the French Caribbean include Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Martin, Saint Barthélemy, Basse-Terre, Fort-de-France, Gustavia, and Roseau. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next French Caribbean holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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French Caribbean Tours & Attractions

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French Caribbean Flights & Airports

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Haiti

Citadelle Laferrière in MilotHaiti shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic. It occupies around a third of the island and is located on the west side. Haiti has had a tumultuous history, which continues to the present day. From 1492 when Christopher Columbus landed and claimed Hispaniola for Spain there has been nothing but mayhem. After neglect by the Spanish and revolution under the French, civil war lead to the island splitting in two. Subsequently Haiti endured further revolution and political instability followed by US occupation from 1915 to 1934. Compounded by hurricanes and a major earthquake in 2010 the chaos continues with little sign of it abating. Needless to say, with extreme poverty and instability, holidays to Haiti are not for the faint hearted, so check before you travel. It’s a tragic shame, as the country has the potential to be an exceptional holiday destination.

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Haiti Resorts

Resorts on HaitiSome of the top resorts on Haiti include Port-au-Prince, Tortuga, Port-Salut, Jacmel, Jeremie, Labadee, Les Cayes, Petionville, Cap-Haïtien, Île-à-Vache, and Montrouis. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next Haiti holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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Haiti Tours & Attractions

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Puerto Rico

Rincón, Puerto RicoPuerto Rico sits between the US Virgin Islands in the east and the Dominican Republic and in the west. Puerto Rico was a Spanish colony for 400 years. In 1898 the United States invaded and took Puerto Rico by force after an earlier offer to purchase the island was rebuffed. Today it is still US territory but also a self-governing commonwealth, as opposed to a US state. With its US connections most of those taking holidays in Puerto Rico are American. Nevertheless, sitting with a cocktail in hand, shaded by palm trees swaying in the tropical breeze, on a white sandy beach lapped by the warm azure waters of the Caribbean, will appeal to many. No wonder Puerto Rico is known as the "Island of Enchantment". What’s more, there are plenty of activities like surfing, sailing and scuba diving on offer, while the meld of Spanish and American cultures only adds the island’s charm. Highlights include the capital San Juan with its grand harbour and history. There’s the vibrant Isla Verde near the airport, with its long sandy beach, backed by hotels, casinos and night clubs. Also, Fajardo is known for its marina and bioluminescent bay, along with the tiny island of Culebra, home to Flamenco Beach, said to be the second most beautiful beach in the world. If you are looking for a slice of paradise in the Caribbean, then Puerto Rico is well worth considering.

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Puerto Rico Resorts

Resorts in the Puerto RicoSome of the top resorts in the Puerto Rico include San Juan, Aguadilla, Arecibo, Carolina, Culebra, Fajardo, Isabela, Lares, Ponce, Rincon, Rio Grande, and San Sebastian. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next Puerto Rico holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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Puerto Rico Tours & Attractions

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U.S. Virgin Islands

White Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin IslandsThe U.S. Virgin Islands sit between the British Virgin Islands in the east and Puerto Rico in the west. There are three main islands with Saint John and Saint Thomas in the north and Saint Croix further south. The capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands is Charlotte Amalie on Saint Thomas. The Spanish first settled the islands back in 1555. By 1773 they were in Danish hands and subsequently sold to the United States in 1917, who have kept them to the present day. Ranging from hilly to mountainous with a lush cover of dense forests, the islands are ruggedly attractive. Holidays on the U.S. Virgin Islands are not just about sun, sea, sand and surf, albeit they excel in that department, but also coral reefs, marine resaves, national parks and mango forests. St. Thomas is the busiest island with the most resorts and lovely white sandy beaches like Magens Bay. St. John is more peaceful and arguably the most picturesque with much of it dedicated to the Virgin Islands National Park. The park is renowned for its rock carvings and nature trails. It’s also home to Trunk Bay with its lovely white sandy beach, Leatherback turtles and said to be one of the best beaches in the world. Saint Croix in is the largest of the three islands and is known for its rum distilleries and scuba diving; joyous apart, but not to be mixed!

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U.S. Virgin Islands Resorts

Resorts on the U.S. Virgin IslandsSome of the top resorts on the U.S. Virgin Islands include Charlotte Amalie, Christiansted, Coral Bay, Cruz Bay, Grove Place, Saint John, Saint Thomas, Saint Croix, and Water Island. We are gradually adding guides for the most popular resorts to help you choose you next U.S. Virgin Islands holiday. Click the link below to see our current resort guides and be sure to check back occasionally to see what’s new.
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U.S. Virgin Islands Tours & Attractions

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U.S. Virgin Islands Flights & Airports

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