The Caribbean, sometimes known as the West Indies, is a collective of island countries in the Caribbean Sea just beyond the Gulf of Mexico. The literally thousands of islands that make up the region are owned by many countries around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands & France. There are also many sovereign states.
The islands of the Caribbean Sea or West Indies are an extensive archipelago in the far west of the Atlantic Ocean, mostly strung between North and South America. Caribbean destinations are popular year round and year after year.
With so many islands to choose from including Cuba, Aruba, Curacao, Antigua, St. Maarten, Jamaica, Bermuda, Barbados, the Bahamas & the Dominican Republic. With vailable accommodation ranging from budget to luxury, there is something for everyone in the Caribbean.
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Antigua & Barbuda | Caribbean
The islands of Antigua and Barbuda are most inviting, with a warm climate tempered by a lovely breeze. Its coastline, offers numerous secluded beaches of white & pink sand. Active travellers will surely be pleased with such a large array of sports, whether in the ocean or in the many verdant national reserves. The nearly unbroken coral reefs invite snorkellers & scuba divers.
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Aruba | Caribbean
Aruba is a small island located in the heart of the southern Caribbean, approximately 24 kilometres from the coast of Venezuela. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations of the Caribbean islands. You will find a wide variety of beaches in the south-west, such as Manchebo, Eagle & Palm Beach.
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Bahamas | Caribbean
The Bahamas archipelago, made up of 700 islands and innumerable islets of exuberant beauty, are a dream destination for international tourism.
Discovered in 1492 by Christopher Columbus, the Bahamas were a refuge for legendary pirates and buccaneers who left their mark on these heavenly islands, steeped in treasures.
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Barbados | Caribbean
Barbados is known for being the most re-visited destination of the Caribbean. Once you come here, you are sure to return. Every visit introduces you to one of the many facets of the island, a true awakening of the senses. With a wonderful year round climate & a constant warm breeze, this is a choice destination for couples of all ages, families & singles.
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Bermuda | Caribbean
Bermuda is not a single island but rather an archipelago of over 180 islands with around 20 of them inhabited. There are 8 larger islands connected by causeways & bridges and the rest can be reached by ferry or boat. Older clientele enjoy quaint colonial towns & days filled with golf. Young families also appreciate the quieter beaches.
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Cayman Islands | Caribbean
The Caymans offers white beaches, bountiful sunshine and classy, yet expensive accommodation & restaurants. The outstanding coral reefs & incredibly clear waters have made this island group a favourite for divers.
Grand Cayman Island is just 13km wide and 35km long & receives the most visitors, with the Seven Mile Beach as the main attraction. Cayman Brac & Little Cayman are quieter but just as spectacular.
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Cuba is one of the world's last bastions of communism, Cuba hasn't had nearly the same exposure as its Caribbean neighbours, & as a result, there are still many little-known & rarely visited retreats sprinkled in with the many 'hot spots'. The warmth of its people, the salsa beats, pristine beaches, & the grandeur of Havana will call you back to Cuba again & again.
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The Island of Curaçao shaped by an interesting mix of historical events and several cultural influences. Ideally located just outside the hurricane belt, Curaçao boast a practically perfect year round climate. Many adventure travelers seek out this destination know for its eco-tourism and pristine diving conditions. Of course those looking to relax and unwind on one of the 30 or so gleaming white beaches will be just as content.
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One of the most inviting destinations in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is a colourful tapestry of Spanish, French, Haitian, & African influences woven by a rich and storied history. Christopher Columbus described this lush land as "a beautiful island paradise with high forested mountains & large river valleys." In addition to the comforts of sun, sea, and sand, the Dominican Republic offers exciting & unique cultural experiences that will captivate your senses.
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Guadeloupe | Caribbean
The islands of Guadeloupe consist of Grande Terre, Basse Terre, Marie Galante, Les Saintes, la Désirade. Each island has its own culture & history. The islands all link to form an incredible mangrove swamp & lush rain forest. The turquoise sea and white sand beaches invite you to linger or participate in the many water sports available.
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One of the largest Islands in the Caribbean, Jamaica is as relaxed as it is beautiful. Canadians here have had a love-affair with this island for many years. Perhaps it¹s the turquoise waters, the reggae beat, the laid back ambiance, or perhaps its glittering white sand beaches, but most likely it¹s a combination of them all. We offer you outstanding resorts in Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Negril & Runaway Bay.
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Margarita Island | Caribbean
La Isla Margarita, known as the "Pearl of the Caribbean", is situated 38 km north east of the mainland of Venezuela and far from the track of Atlantic tropical storms. Its location as an island in the Caribbean sea offers lots of beaches to explore, most of them virgin. Attractions include duty-free shopping, water sports such as scuba diving, kiteboarding, restaurants & nightlife.
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Puerto Rico | Caribbean
Puerto Rico is a beautiful US territory offers stunning beaches, to a multitude of natural sites, golf courses galore, and to incredible historical buildings and museums. Old San Juan is a jewel to explore and is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The vast array of accommodations, delicious Puerto Rican restaurants, & exciting nightlife possibilities.
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St. Kitts & Nevis | Caribbean
St Kitts & Nevis are both volcanic islands & offer lush rainforests, ruins testifying of a bygone era, a wonderful cultural heritage & true Georgian charm. The most visited is St Kitts, with all-inclusive resorts, wonderful restaurants, cultural & historical sites. Pristine beaches of various colours abound, offering a slew of water sports.
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St. Lucia | Caribbean
In natural beauty it seems like an island plucked from the South Pacific and set down in the Caribbean. Its dramatic twin coastal peaks, the Pitons, soar 2,000 feet up from the sea, sheltering magnificent rain forests where wild orchids, giant ferns, and birds of paradise flourish. Brilliantly-plumed tropical birds abound, including endangered species like the indigenous St.Lucia parrot.
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St. Maarten | Caribbean
The island of St. Maarten is the smallest in the world to be shared by two governments; namely the Dutch and the French. Offering an oasis of endless beaches and picturesque landscapes wherever you go. The Dutch side, with Philipsburg as its capital occupies the southern part of this island. In French St. Martin the French side offers a more sophisticated, laid-back milieu and some of the best dining in the Caribbean.
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Turks & Caicos | Caribbean
Turks and Caicos consist of more than 40 islands. Eight of these islands are inhabited, they are: Grand Turk, Salt Cay, South Caicos, Providenciales, Middle Caicos, North Caicos, Parrot Cay and Pine Cay. The island of Providenciales, Provo for short, is the main tourist destination. The beaches are considered amongst the most beautiful on earth, & the world's third largest coral reef system, ideal for diving and snorkelling.
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