The Caribbean and the Bahamas

Pastel sunsets, warm waters, blue skies, and calypso music – there is nothing quite like the Caribbean.

Whether you visit by land or sea, the islands offer some of the most idyllic experiences anyone could ever imagine. Allow us to craft the perfect Caribbean getaway.

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Cayman Islands Cuba Anguilla Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Bahamas Barbados Bonaire British Virgin Islands Curaçao Dominica Dominican Republic Grenada Guadeloupe Haiti Jamaica Martinique Montserrat Puerto Rico St. Barthelemy St. Kitts and Nevis St. Lucia St. Martin St. Vincent and the Grenadines Turks and Caicos

Cayman Islands

Discover the Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac - if you’re looking for a perfect vacation that includes some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches best scuba diving.

Seven Mile Beach is regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with the turquoise water lapping at the pristine white sands. Many of the island’s hotels and resorts are along this beach, as well as many watersports options. If you want to escape the crowds, try Sandy Point on Little Cayman's east coast or Point of Sand, at the southeastern tip of the island.


Explore miles of beautiful beaches, rich cultural heritage, and historic architecture. The capitol of Havana is home to many museums, art galleries, an opulent theater hosting the Cuban National Ballet, more live music than you can to listen to, and more mojitos than you can drink. Beyond Havana, you’ll find unspoiled beaches, stunning colonial architecture, and some of the country’s best festivals, including Santiago de Cuba’s summer Fiesta del Fuego and Carnival festivities.

There’s more to Cuba’s culinary scene than food as well. Cuba is a place best known for its rum and cigars, making it an ideal spot to sip rum-based daiquiris. For the best, head to a bar named El Floridita. This location was a favorite of Ernest Hemingway.


If you want to get away for a secluded, but luxurious Caribbean beach vacation, Anguilla is the island for you. Tourists flock here for the island's upscale resorts, and selection of over 70 restaurants. Reef and wreck diving & snorkeling are popular activities, but you're more likely to spend your night enjoying a delicious dinner than dancing until dawn.

Anguilla has 33 public beaches. The island's Atlantic-facing north coast has the larger waves and more isolated beaches. Popular areas like Sandy Ground, Rendezvous Bay, Shoal Bay and Meads Bay, have waterfront restaurants, bars, and resorts for you to explore. Keep in mind that Little Bay can only be reached by boat. Check out Sandy Island and Scilly Cay which are tiny islands with beach bars and free launch service from the mainland.

Antigua and Barbuda

Plenty of celebrities have visited Antigua and Barbuda, but the real celebrities on this lovely pair of islands are the beaches. You may find bigger and better amenities on other islands, but it’s worth traveling to Antigua and Barbuda just for these 365 beautiful sandy beaches.

The beaches are the primary reason to come to Antigua and Barbuda. Most notes include Dickenson Bay, with all the amenities you could wish for, plus calm water that is great for younger travelers. Half Moon Bay National Park is regarded as one of Antigua’s most beautiful beaches and perfect for windsurfing.


Located in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea just off the coast of Venezuela, Aruba is the most popular of the ABC islands (which also include Curacao and Bonaire.) It has an arid desert-like landscape that is wonderful to explore but its mix of predictable year-round weather (located outside the hurricane zone), friendly people, and many resort offerings have made this island one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. The wind-bent divi-divi tree may be the most recognizable symbol of Aruba, so it's no surprise that the beaches tend to be quite breezy.

Aruba has some fascinating natural wonders, including caves, rocky seashores, and underwater reefs; horseback riding, ATV tours, scuba and snorkeling are all popular activities. Many of Aruba's other top attractions are located in and around the capital city of Oranjestad, notably great restaurants and nightlife options.


The islands of the Bahamas stretch from their most northerly point South of Miami across 500 miles of the Caribbean Sea. Being the site of Christopher Columbus’s first landfall in the America’s, the Bahamas have a long history to their stunning beaches. With more than 2,000 islands and cays, the Bahamas are home to some of the best beaches in the world.

You can explore historic and modern Nassau and World Heritage Sites, all while soaking in the turquoise blue ocean views. Visit these islands to relax on the most secluded white-sand beaches, take a boating trip to discover stunning locations and enjoy snorkeling above majestic coral reefs. Don’t forget to sample fantastic Bahamian dishes like conch fritters, fried grouper burgers, and stone crab claws—along with bottles of the great local beer called Kalik.


Barbados is can be found in the West Indies, in the southeastern Caribbean. This unique area just below the Caribbean's hurricane belt protects this nation from storms but still is a hot spot for surfing. The entire island is 21 miles long and is relatively flat.

From peaceful beaches and incredible sea cliffs to world-class surfing and kite-boarding, Barbados is a perfect place for an active tropical vacation. Travelers should also explore the local museums and join a food or a rum tasting tour to gain a better appreciation of the nation's history.


Here on Bonaire, there is a peaceful atmosphere for daily life, without the hassle of traffic lights or normal, day-to-day worries. Your only concern will be how to spend each new day you have on Bonaire. Bonaire is a dream destination for adventure-seekers: Snorkel or dive to see the well-protected barrier reef, kayak through the quiet mangroves, learn how to windsurf, and take a mountain-bike through the island's many trails.

Explore, enjoy and become a part of Bonaire, absorbing the nature, culture, and cuisine. The warmth from the bright sunshine is here for all to enjoy, but you will cherish the warmth of the Bonairean people in your hearts forever. “Once a Visitor Always a Friend”

British Virgin Islands

Discovering the beauty of these islands is all about discovering the unique character of each island in this unspoiled volcanic archipelago. From the culture and history of the four largest islands to the pristine natural splendor of more than 50 smaller isles, every place you visit offers its own special sights.

Explore Virgin Gorda’s natural granite pillars. Snorkle with tropical fish beneath boulders in Tortula Sail Jost Van Dyke. View perfection in Anegada. No matter where you end up, you’ll find friendly people, incredible beaches and entertaining activities that exceed all your expectations.


If you love the ocean, plan to stay on or near Sea Aquarium Beach where you'll have easy access to dive excursions and the aquarium's animal encounter programs and marine exhibits. Take a stroll through Willemstad, a picturesque walking city, rich in history, shopping, and culture. The northwest end of the island is a bit less developed, offering activities like ATV tours, exploring Mt. Christofel, or discovering the Hato Caves. Don’t forget to take a tour of the CuraçaoLiqueur Distillery.

Jan Thiel Beach is probably Curaçao's most well-known protected beach which is perfect for a family vacation. The northeast coast of Curaçao has small beaches that have more of a local feel. Locals usually visit Knip Beach and Little Knip Beach if you are looking for that authentic experience.


Known as The Nature Island, Dominica extends up from the blue waters of the Caribbean to display the beauty this island destination has to offer. It is a tapestry of lush rainforests, soaring mountains, rushing rivers, dramatic waterfalls, and volcanic marvels—everything you need to rejuvenate your mind and body.

Whether you're looking for a day of hiking, a day of diving, or just an afternoon relaxing on a veranda surrounded by the sounds of birds, Dominica and its people await you with open arms. Explore over 27 square miles of Morne Trois Pitons National Park, hike to Screw's natural spas, and rinse off under the Trafalgar waterfalls. It is all on your time.

Dominican Republic

This island is known for its beautiful beaches and a multitude of resorts, but it’s also one of the most diverse destinations you can visit. You’ll want to come here for the country's merengue and live music scene, its hospitable people, as well as its rich natural activities like coffee trails, and tropical forests. From its colonial cities to beach towns, national parks with great hiking trails, secluded islands, and quiet lagoons, there’s more to do and see than you can fit in one trip.

The Dominican cuisine is a rich blend of cultures, from Taino to African, Spanish, and even Middle Eastern. A typical Dominican dish you should try is mangů which is a plantain mash generally served at breakfast. Sancocho, a hearty meat and root vegetable stew, is a local favorite. Streetside fried snacks are also popular, such as chimichurri burgers, chicharron, or fried pork rinds.


The island nation of Grenada consists of the main island of Grenada, known as the "Spice Island", and and 8 smaller islands. It is a hidden gem of the Caribbean offering a pristine beauty you won’t forget.

Famed for its spices and organic chocolate, the tri-island destination of Grenada, Carriacou, and Petite Martinique is located in the eastern. The Pure Grenada experience beckons visitors to its 40 white sand beaches including the world-famous Grand Anse Beach, 15 spectacular waterfalls, 5 chocolate factories, 3 rum distilleries, and more than 30 remarkable dive sites, including the largest shipwreck in the Caribbean ‘Bianca C’ and the World’s First Underwater Sculpture Park.


This nation is a unique blend of France and the tropics of the Caribbean. Its culture is heavily influenced by African and South Asian cultures. Each island has its own unique charms, so a little island-hopping is a must when you visit.

Guadeloupe has beaches on both the Atlantic and Caribbean, some with glistening white sand, and others volcanic black. On Guadeloupe's Grande-Terre island, coral reefs create shallow lagoons for spectacular swimming adventures. There are many secluded beaches which are scattered at the ends of dirt roads that crisscross the island. Most visitors flock to the Grande-Anse beach in Terre-de-Bas. Petite Terre is a tiny flat island rimmed with unspoiled white beaches, and is a favorite day-trip spot for beach lunches and scuba diving.


This destination has suffered through vast poverty and natural tragedies but Haiti remains a proud country. Since the 2010 earthquake in Port au Prince which devastated the country, a large effort has taken place to not only rebuild for international tourists but also to reintroduce them to this once-popular Caribbean travel destination.

There are still wonderful landmarks from the early 19th century, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites and other culturally and historically interesting things to see in this country. Royal Caribbean even uses a portion for their private island destination.


One of the largest Caribbean islands, this island nation has been a favorite for travelers because of its natural beauty, jerk cuisine, and reggae & Rastafari pasts. Culinary travelers can enjoy meals of fresh fruit and spiny lobster, while adventurers can go rafting, hiking, scuba and snorkeling. Relaxing on the beach with a rum punch isn't a bad way to spend a Jamaican vacation either.

The Jamaican food scene is diverse, thanks to the African, European, and Indian influences. Resorts may serve traditional American meals in certain dining options, but try jerk chicken, oxtail, ackee, sautéed callaloo, and other trademark Jamaican foods to enhance the true Jamaican experience. There are also no shortage roadside stands and barbecue pits selling flavorful specialties. Wherever you go in Jamaica, you are rarely far away from a delicious meal.


Traveling to Martinique is highly recommended. This is the Caribbean with a French flair, dotted beautiful white-sandy beaches, fascinating cultural attractions, spectacular sailing, plenty of mountain hiking trails, delightful food and unique local rums.

The town of Pointe du Bout is where most of the biggest resorts are located. It does have some small beaches that are popular with visitors. Your best bet though is to head over to Diamond Beach, which has rows of palm trees and lots of space for water sports. If you head southeast, the fishing village of Ste. Luce is also known for its stunning beaches, and at the extreme southern tip is the town of Ste. Anne, where you’ll find the beaches of Cap Chevalier and Plage de Salines.


Montserrat is a tiny island covering 40 square miles. It is home to many exotic and rare plants and animals. Many travelers come to see Soufriere Hills, the volcano that erupted in 1995 wiping out Plymouth and the surrounding area.

Two things set Montserrat apart from all other Caribbean islands: welcoming people and the volcano. Since the last eruption, Soufriere Hills has increased the size of the island by over five square miles including new beaches. It has become one of the most closely monitored volcanoes in the world because of the Montserrat Volcano Observatory.

Puerto Rico

When you travel to Puerto Rico, you’ll discover beautiful white sandy beaches, delicious food, fascinating Spanish history, and natural attractions that include a rain forest and a bio-luminescent bay where you can swim or kayak at night surrounded by millions of tiny, glowing lights.

If you're a fan of history and culture, be sure to stroll around the historic district of Old San Juan with its pastel-colored Spanish-style homes, and visit El Morro fort built in 1540. For nature fans, check out the El Yunque Rain Forest with wonderful hikes that take you past waterfalls, natural pools and spectacular view points.

St. Barthelemy

Despite St. Barth's glamorous reputation, this island remains a peaceful seaside sanctuary. Many travelers come to unwind on the pristine beaches and enjoy sea-side lunches and quiet dinners under the stars – with a bottle of fine wine.  Noted as the Caribbean's culinary capital, they offer world-class dining, and foodies are delighted to see what each season brings. Try hosting a private chef to prepare a gourmet dinner for you and your guests.

St. Kitts and Nevis

This location is one of the most low-key Caribbean destinations. Explore on the St. Kitts Scenic Railway, hike through the stunning rainforest to Mt. Liamuiga, and walk through the charming city of Basseterre.

There are so many reasons to journey to this island of a thousand treasures. Splash in warm, iridescent waters along immaculate island shores. Dive ancient shipwrecks and coral reefs. Sway to a soca beat, sipping local rum around a bonfire on the beach.

St. Lucia

With soaring mountain villas, incredible views, and posh seaside dining, this island is known as one of the most romantic locations in the Caribbean for a good reason. From chocolate tastings and chocolate spas, to hiking and zip lining in the Pitons, this Caribbean nation has much to offer.

There are plenty of beaches to lay your towel, plus calm coves if you are looking for some seclusion. If you want something a bit more active, check out the different restaurants and rum shops that line beaches like the famed Reduit.

St. Martin

St. Martin/St. Maarten is an excellent destination if you are lookng for delicious food, extraordinary duty-free shopping, and beautiful beaches. Keep in mind that the island is a popular tourist destination and cruise ships do make regular stops at the port. If you’re in search of solitude, consider the French side of the island, which is more laid-back than the Dutch side.

The white-sand beaches on both sides of the island are lovely. Keep in mind that the dress code does differ depending on which side you visit - modest on the Dutch side, topless or nude on the French. Top locations include the mile-long Mullet Bay Beach and Maho Beach, both known for great swimming; Cupecoy Beach, with its white sand framed by sandstone cliffs; and Dawn Beach, known for its beautiful sunrises.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

This multi-island nation offers a unique landscape of rainforest eco-adventures, remarkable scuba diving, powder-white sand beaches, luxury accommodation along with amazing yachting & sailing adventures. This diverse cultural adds a richness to the island that is unique and unforgettable.

With an increase in resorts and a larger international airport on the island, St. Vincent is becoming a more popular tourist destination in part to its lush, natural beauty and long history.

Turks and Caicos

Turquoise waters and white sandy beaches are trademarks of the over 40 islands and cays that make up the ‘Beautiful by Nature’ Turks and Caicos. The TCI are an easy destination to visit with connectivity from Miami, New York, Toronto or London. Each island and cay in the archipelago is a destination on to itself. Enjoy pristine beaches, indulge in world class spa treatments, enjoy delectable dining and experience local cultures and traditions.

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