Anegada, British Virgin Islands
Imagine a world where you are generously greeted by the golden sun, sandy white beaches, and the turquoise ocean.  So free from the outside world, you can’t help but relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery and weather.   Anegada, British Virgin Islands is a wonderful example of …   read more

Anguilla is located in the British West Indies, 150 miles east of Puerto Rico and nine miles north of St. Martin. Anguilla is the most northerly of the Eastern Caribbean’s Leeward Islands. The name Anguilla means “eel,” an apt description of this long, thin island, which measures…   read more

Antigua and Barbuda are located in the Eastern Caribbean’s Leeward Islands approximately 17 degrees north of the equator. Antigua is the largest of the English-speaking Leeward Islands, and encompassing 108 square miles, measuring 14 miles long and 11 miles wide. The highest point is Boggy…   read more

Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Deeply engraved inside a huge rock, the Cueva del Indio (The Cave of the Indian) is a mysterious world filled with hidden treasures.  Findings of Taino petroglyphs foretell of an ancient civilization that once prevailed throughout the city of Arecibo.  Overlooking the massive cliffs of…   read more

The smallest of the Dutch Caribbean islands, Aruba is a friendly and relaxing oasis just 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela. With one of the highest rates for repeat visitors, Aruba offers warm hospitality, perpetual sunshine and white, sandy beaches. Visitors can find tranquility on a secluded…   read more

This coral-based island chain is located in the beryl-blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, yet all who are familiar with The Bahamas consider it a member of the Caribbean family. In most cases, The Bahamas means sun-soaked relaxation, duty-free shopping, unmatched ecological beauty and an endless…   read more

Barbados is located at the Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles, in the western North Atlantic Ocean, east of the Windward Islands and the Caribbean Sea, outside of the principal Atlantic hurricane belt. The island nation encompasses 166 square miles, measuring 21 miles long and 14 miles wide.…   read more

Bequia, St Vincent And The Grenadines
With its feet firmly planted in the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, Bequia is completely surrounded by beauty. Capture the true essence of this pocket-sized paradise with a quiet walk along its sun-kissed beaches, and watch as the waves execute their best performances.  Lined with tall tree…   read more

Bimini, Bahamas
Imagine a destination where the sounds of the multihued ocean gently bids you hello.  Palm trees not only shade you from the golden sun, but also dance with the cool breeze.  A place where you are completely adorned by the beauty reflected from the pristine beaches and colorful strolling…   read more

Bridgetown, Barbados
Bridgetown, the charming capital of Barbados is an architectural beauty, gleaming with an electrifying blend of modernity and antiquity.  With a façade pointed towards the Carlisle Bay, the city looks to the future while honoring the footprints of its forefathers with preservations of…   read more

British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are a self-governing British overseas territory in the Caribbean, east of the U.S. Virgin Islands. By comparison, the BVI are less developed and commercialized than their U.S. counterpart. The BVIs include several of the Caribbean’s most popular vacation…   read more

Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands are an island group in the Caribbean Sea, located ninety miles south of Cuba. It features outstanding coral reefs and clear waters, making it a favorite destination for divers. The Caymans also feature attractive beaches, many restaurants and tourist-friendly resorts. Grand…   read more

Cuba is the Caribbean’s largest island, located between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. Cuba is approximately 90 miles south of Key West, Florida, and lies between the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas, to the west of Haiti, and northwest of Jamaica.Cuba was a popular tourist…   read more

Curaçao is the largest of the Caribbean’s Netherland Antilles, located among the group known as the “ABC” Islands alongside Aruba and Bonaire. Curaçao, 35 miles north of Venezuela, is outside the Caribbean hurricane belt. Curaçao features colorful rows of…   read more

Dominica is unusual among Caribbean destinations, with few sandy beaches, along with no major international airport; the island’s 290 square miles are sparsely populated. Nevertheless the country is an ecological wonder, with an abundance of natural beauty. It’s often known as "Th…   read more

Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic, which shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti, features 1,000 miles of sugary white-sand beaches shaded by coconut palms. But its not just a beach destination, as it offers mountainous regions including the Caribbean's highest mountain, Pico Duarte, and other natural…   read more

Eleuthera, Bahamas
Welcome to Eleuthera Island, home to the rugged and beautiful.  It is a Caribbean paradise and a Bahamian beauty, luring travelers into its idyllic realm with a colorful culture and lackadaisical soul.  The island’s atmosphere is infused by the rich aromas of Caribbean cuisine,…   read more

Exuma, Bahamas
With 365 beautiful cays to explore, the Exumas is arguably one of the Bahamas’ most must-see destinations.  It is a 120 mile archipelago, with gem-like islands sparkling under the radiance of the Caribbean sun.  Divided into the Great Exuma, Little Exuma and the Exuma Cays, they…   read more

Freeport, Bahamas
Come swim in harmony with the rhythm of the Caribbean Sea or roam through the colonial gems of Freeport, Bahamas.  Leave your footprints in the sand as you bask in the city’s idyllic weather or enjoy world-class golf on emerald, manicured 18-hole courses.  Freeport has it all,…   read more

George Town, Bahamas
Quietly nestled amid the natural beauty of the Exumas is the picturesque city of George Town, Bahamas.  A discovery of its wealth of treasures will willfully thrust you into the island’s culture, where the Bahamian dialect sings harmoniously and the Tropic of Cancer acts as a majestic…   read more

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands is a paradise in every sense of the word.  From the moment you have entered its warmth your spirit will be refreshed by the idyllic weather, sun-kissed beaches, and pearly white smiles welcoming you with their seductive glow. The lifestyle of the island is adored…   read more

Great Exuma, Bahamas
Boaters float along its turquoise waters, lovebirds rekindle their romance here, and snorkelers prefer to sightsee within the depths of the ocean.  This extraordinary destination is Great Exuma, Bahamas, the biggest of the 365 cays making up the islands of Exuma.  The stunning location…   read more

Peppered with fragrant spice trees and centuries old spice estates, Grenada has an air of exoticism. Today, nutmeg, allspice, clove, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla, bay leaves and tumeric are all grown on this volcanic Caribbean island and the seductive scents linger in the colorful Saturday markets an…   read more

Guadeloupe became a French colony in 1635 and is now an Overseas Department of France, hence its enchanting French and Creole culture. The eastern Caribbean destination is comprised of two main islands linked by a bridge, Grande Terre and Basse Terre, which form the shape of a butterfly, as well a…   read more

Haiti occupies the mountainous western end of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the thriving Dominican Republic. Its location, tropical climate and pristine beaches shaded by lush vegetation once made it a potential tourism hot spot just 25 years ago, but the country lies in the shado…   read more

The warm Caribbean winds of Jamaica are infused with more than just sunshine and reggae. Jamaica consists of a colorful mosaic made up of sugary beaches, friendly faces, natural wonders and diverse cuisine. Whether seeking serene relaxation or unbridled adventure, this is an island destination…   read more

Martinique is a Caribbean island located in the center of the Lesser Antilles, north of Trinidad and Tobago, and south of Guadeloupe and Dominica. Martinique is an overseas department of France. The island is dominated by Mount Pelee, the highest of Martinique’s many mountains, at 4,583…   read more

Montego Bay, Jamaica
With lulling turquoise waves lapping powdery white beaches, some of the Caribbean’s finest duty-free shopping and a raucous “Hip Strip,” Montego Bay, Jamaica, leaves little to be desired from this island paradise city. MoBay, as the locals call it, hosts Jamaica’s largest…   read more

Montserrat is a British overseas territory located in the Leeward Islands section of the Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles. Montserrat measures approximately 10 miles long and seven miles wide, with 25 miles of coastline. Montserrat is nicknamed “the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean,” bot…   read more

Quietly nestled on the New Providence Island in the Bahamas, Nassau charms its guests with the most spectacular sights.  This Bahamian beauty is a tantalizing treat for travelers looking for fun in the sun mixed with some culture.   From the cool ocean breeze beckoning you to go for…   read more

Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States, located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea’s Greater Antilles region, east of the Dominican Republic and west of the Virgin Islands. Puerto Rico (Spanish for "rich port") is composed of an archipelago that includes the…   read more

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Sitting on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is a sun-soaked coastal town consisting almost solely of beaches, resorts and tourist amenities.  The ultimate beach getaway, Punta Cana was made for vacationers seeking rest and relaxation with a beautiful Caribbean atmosphere…   read more

Saba is a five-square-mile volcanic island located in the Leeward Netherlands Antilles.  Saba lacks the sandy beaches shared by destinations across the Caribbean, and instead features mostly solid cliffs and rocky shores. Tourists continue to visit Saba, however, drawn by its diverse and…   read more