Worldwide Destinations

Worldwide Destinations

The Caribbean is the place to go when you need a break from the fast, hectic pace of everyday life. In this part of the world, time slows to a crawl. The culture is laid back, accepting and incredibly friendly to visitors, so you are sure to feel welcome wherever you go. Of the hundreds of islands in the region, only a handful are regularly visited by tourists. Each sovereign state and territory has its own unique culture, and there are advantages to visiting each one.

So, where should you go? How can you possibly narrow things down? A great first step is familiarizing yourself with the most popular destinations. Once you’ve found one that suits your fancy, dig a little more deeply to create the ultimate Caribbean vacation itinerary.

Mustique is a private island in the Caribbean archipelago nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Mustique is a private island in the Caribbean archipelago nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It’s known for white-sand beaches like Macaroni Beach, Pasture Bay Beach and Endeavour Bay Beach. The North Point trail meanders through coastal areas inhabited by native seabirds. On the island’s west coast, Britannia Bay is home to a collection of fruit stalls and small shops. Nearby is the tiny village of Lovell.

It’s known for white-sand beaches like Macaroni Beach, Pasture Bay Beach and Endeavour Bay Beach. The North Point trail meanders through coastal areas inhabited by native seabirds. On the island’s west coast, Britannia Bay is home to a collection of fruit stalls and small shops. Nearby is the tiny village of Lovell.

Saint Vincent is a volcanic island in the Caribbean

This island cluster lies within the Lesser Antilles south of St. Lucia and west of Barbados. The island cluster is 150 square miles with the main land consisting of St. Vincent while the northern two-thirds of the region is made up of the Grenadines. The island cluster lies within the Hurricane Belt with hurricanes being the most prevalent during the rainy season which lasts between June and November. The dry, warm season lasts between January and May. The island terrain is divided as well. The windward side is steep and rocky. The leeward side has numerous beaches and bays that offer a variety of water activities and beautiful scenic views.

The Tobago Cays are an archipelago located in the Southern Grenadines comprising five small islands and extensive coral reefs.

Imagine an intimate cluster of five uninhabited cays, heavenly lagoons full of green turtles, coral reefs, colourful fishes and crystal clear waters. An idyllic yachting anchorage, a dream for scuba divers, a paradise for beachcombers, and a film location for Pirates of the Caribbean, the Tobago Cays and the Tobago Cays Marine Park is one of the world’s most awe inspiring island destinations.

Tobago Cays was listed in Luxurious Magazine’s ‘World’s Chicest Yachting Hotspots For 2013.’ The Marine Park was listed as a regionally significant ecosystem under the SPAW Protocol in December 2014

Union Island is part of the nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Union Island is one of the undiscovered treasures of St. Vincent & The Grenadines. Unsophisticated, relaxed and friendly, Union is still off the beaten track. A charming destination and a great base to pick up a mooring and explore the natural beauty of this region, Union is a paradise for yachting enthusiasts, scuba divers, hikers and sun worshipers.

Southern gateway to St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Union Island is a superb destination for sailing, hiking, and relaxing on fabulous white sand beaches. Snorkel, scuba dive, take a boat trip, free up at Easterval. Sun, sea and surprise, all in perfect Union.

Saint Martin is part of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean Sea

Saint Martin is the northern region of an island nation divided between France and the Netherlands. Saint Martin is a French territory covering about two-thirds of the island located in the Leeward Island region. It is well known for its nude beaches and high-end, trendy shops.

The island is home to busy resort beaches and secluded coves. It’s also known for fusion cuisine, vibrant nightlife and duty-free shops selling jewelry and liquor.

Antigua is one of the 2 major islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda

With its location off the coast of South America and east-southeast of Puerto Rico, Antigua and Barbuda is a wildly popular tourist destination. English is predominately spoken here, and the official currency is the East Caribbean dollar. The majority of the tourist attractions, including the finest luxury resorts, are located on the island of Antigua. That’s where you’ll find the capital city, St. John’s, as well as the main airport: V.C. Bird International Airport. Sailing regattas are held here annually and are well worth checking out. Fishing is also a very popular activity. If you visit, make sure to sample some of the local fare, including fungie, which is kind of like polenta, and pepperpot, a spicy pork stew. As with so many other Caribbean nations, rum is produced here in abundance.

Saint Lucia is an Eastern Caribbean island nation with a pair of dramatically tapered mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast.

This lovely British commonwealth is located off the coast of Central America and north of Trinidad and Tobago. The Twin Pitons, matching, cone-shaped peaks, are its most treasured and well-known landmarks. The capital is Castries, the official currency is the East Caribbean dollar, and the primary language spoken here is English. Unique attractions like a drive-in volcano, sulfur springs and lush rainforests are sure to keep you busy, and you can’t beat the amazing beaches. While there, be sure to hike to the summit of Gros Piton, sample some rum punch and sample coal pot, a popular local stew. Be on the lookout for community barbecues featuring pork, chicken and an array of amazing dishes.

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