Anguilla is the laid-back Caribbean at its best – with pristine beaches, luxurious accommodations and, above all, the genuine warmth of its people. Travelers will find a carefree atmosphere and rich cultural heritage here. The award-winning resorts also make Anguilla a popular travel destination for discerning travelers.
With its location off the coast of South America and east-southeast of Puerto Rico, Antigua is a very popular travel destination. The sea around Antigua shimmers in emerald, sapphire and aqua, and amazes travelers again and again. In order to enjoy the warm and wonderful water from a golden-colored beach, you have 365 sandy beaches during your vacation, so a year full of possibilities.
According to CountryAAH, Aruba is considered to be one of the most peaceful and beautiful places in the Caribbean. The temperature here is around 26 degrees all year round. Travelers will find aloe factories, beautiful landscapes, fascinating butterflies and birds on Aruba. Relax on the beach or discover the underwater world, go kayaking or ride a horse across the island. Aruba is a diverse travel destination.
The islands of the Bahamas form a unique archipelago with an extraordinary combination of natural wonders, cultural charm and historical attractions. But the real pearls of the islands are the friendly and naturally peaceful people, whose nature seems to be connected to the islands’ former inhabitants, the gentle Lucayan and Arawak Indians! Experience their hospitality on a Bahamas trip.
Barbados, a place where travelers will find a mix of refined luxury and exceptional culinary delights, as well as lush tropical greenery, clear blue water and warm golden sunlight. From fascinating English history, stately plantations and luxurious resorts to West Indian street festivals, golden beaches and surf spots and golf courses – Barbados will leave little to be desired on your trip.
Sleepy Bonaire has always been known primarily as a diving destination, and for good reason: It is surrounded by a series of magnificent offshore reefs. On land you will find great art galleries with local artists who show atmospheric works in permanent exhibitions. Fine dining in excellent restaurants should also not be missed during your trip.
More than 35 enchanting beaches, a diverse heritage spanning 55 different cultures, a “live and let live” attitude and unparalleled European architecture; Curaçao is still one of the most extraordinary islands in the region. The capital Willemstad – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – attracts travelers with its iconic, colorful Handelskade and an array of museums, monuments, tasteful restaurants and shopping. Curaçao’s natural beauties, pristine diving and snorkeling spots are very popular with divers and adventure seekers.
Breathtaking waterfalls, geothermal springs, underwater pinnacles, rare parrots and a boiling lake characterize this natural wonderland. Nature-conscious travelers appreciate Dominica’s charming accommodations, which range from guest houses to specialized boutique houses. With a rich culture and history, this off the beaten path location has much to offer travelers in search of adventure.
Majestic mountains, vibrant cities and living history compete with miles of beaches for travelers’ attention. The Dominican Republic has something for everyone. Pure relaxation on the white sandy beaches, good windsurfing conditions, a hike on the highest mountain in the Caribbean or immerse yourself in the past in the capital Santa Domingo. Wherever your trip takes you, you will always hear the infectious sounds of merengue.
Discover a travel destination that is so pure and picturesque, where unspoiled natural beauty, authentic experiences and the smiles of friendly people simply leave you asking for more. Grenada is also called the “Spice Island”. So be sure to visit the many spice plantations during your trip and immerse yourself in the scent of cinnamon, vanilla and cocoa.
The Grenadines, a chain of 32 islands and islets, only nine of which are inhabited, is one of the most popular destinations in the world for recreational yachtsmen who moor here because of the numerous, uncrowded anchorages and charming ports of call. Snorkelers and divers are drawn to the country’s many underwater attractions, particularly the coral-rich Tobago Cays. Discover the advantages of the Grenadines during your trip practically by sailing boat.
Guadeloupe is part of the French West Indies and has everything to offer travelers: rainforests, waterfalls, sandy beaches and charming villages. Like a giant butterfly that landed between Antigua and Dominica, Guadeloupe is actually made up of two islands linked by a narrow channel. The left “wing” is Grande-Terre and the right “wing” is Basse-Terre. Off the coast, on the smaller surrounding islands, you can immerse yourself in a life on your journey that has hardly changed over the centuries.