Relaxation & Fun in Paradise
Bahamas - Punta Cana - Aruba - Jamaica - Turks & Caicos - And More
Grab your sandals and shorts then enjoy the clean beaches, golf, innovative cuisine, and luxury resorts that encompass a Caribbean vacation.
Aruba is a friendly and welcoming island with crystal water off beautiful beaches, shipwreck diving, casinos, golf, historic gold mines, snorkeling, and incredible shopping to list just a few of this tropic oasis.
The Caribbean nation of the Dominican Republic is well-known for its resorts, beaches, and golf. Want more adventure then relaxation then visit the rainforest, savannah, and highlands, including Pico Duarte, the Caribbean�s tallest mountain. A fun Sightseeing journey can also take you to the capital city Santo Domingo which offers Spanish landmarks like the Gothic Catedral Primada de America dating back 5 centuries in its Zona Colonial district.
In under 90 minutes drive the entire circumference of the beautiful island of Saint Martin. This island is made up of two separate countries which is divided between the northern French side called Saint-Martin and its southern Dutch side called Sint Maarten. The island features many beautiful resorts that are right on the beach and secluded coves. The island is also recognized for fusion cuisine, an energetic nightlife, and duty-free shops selling jewelry and liquor. On the Dutch side enjoy the bay with its ultra calm waters and soft sanded beaches.
Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and an unincorporated U.S. territory. Here you can view a landscape of mountains, waterfalls, and the El Yunque tropical rainforest. In the capital of San Juan, you can find its popular hotel strip, beach bars, and casinos. Its Old San Juan neighborhood features colorful Spanish colonial buildings and El Morro and La Fortaleza, massive, centuries-old fortresses.
Fun fact - Antigua is 1 of the 2 major islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua & Barbuda. Surrounded with coral reefs, the island is known for its many sandy beaches. Adjacentd to the English Harbour, restored Nelson�s Dockyard, which Admiral Horatio Nelson made his base in the 1780s, includes a marina and the Dockyard Museum. Trails lead up to Shirley Heights, a former military lookout with panoramic views.
Saint Lucia, featuring a pair of dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast is the home of volcanic beaches, reef-diving sites, luxury resorts and fishing villages. You can find trails in the interior rainforest lead to waterfalls like the 15m-high Toraille, which spills over a cliff into a garden. Castries, the capital of the island, is a popular cruise port too.
Turks & Caicos
Turks and Caicos is home to expansive Grace Bay Beach, with luxury resorts, shops, and restaurants. Scuba-diving sites include a 14-mile barrier reef on Provo�s north shore and a dramatic 2,134m underwater wall off Grand Turk island.
Barbados is an eastern Caribbean island, and it is also an independent British Commonwealth nation. The capital Bridgetown is a cruise-ship port with colonial buildings and Nidhe Israel, a synagogue founded in 1654. Encompassing the island are beaches, botanical gardens, the Harrison�s Cave formation. Historical destinations, going back to the 17th-century, like the plantation houses St. Nicholas Abbey can be found. Local traditions include afternoon tea and cricket which is the national sport.
The Cayman Islands comprises of 3 islands in the western Caribbean Sea. Grand Cayman, which is the largest island, is known for its beach resorts and varied scuba diving and snorkeling locations. Cayman Brac is a favorite launch point for deep-sea fishing. Little Cayman, which evident by its name is the smallest island and is home to diverse wildlife, from endangered iguanas to seabirds such as red-footed boobies.