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The Caribbean is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands, islets, reefs, and cays, scattered like bright, sun-drenched jewels in the Caribbean Sea. Clichés about the Caribbean abound, and they are all true. These islands really are picture perfect with palm-backed white beaches, crystal clear azure waters and year round sunshine. What’s more, the people are friendly and welcoming and the pace of life is laid-back and relaxed. And, whether your heaven is five-star nothing with ice in a deckchair, full-on adventure in the jungle or somewhere in between, you’re looking at the right destination.
The Caribbean Islands are scattered in volcanic arcs (island chains): the Greater Antilles, Lesser Antilles (including the Leeward Antilles) and the Bahamas. You can generally see neighbouring islands over the sea from your own. However, each Caribbean Island has its own individual history, culture and flavour.
There are destinations to suit couples, groups and families and there is plenty to do, from trying out water sports to relaxing on beaches and from climbing volcanic peaks to wildlife watching in the jungle. Some islands reveal French influence; others Latin, Dutch or English. Want lively and well developed sophistication? Or perhaps you would rather be immersed in a strong, traditional culture of music and dance? Whether you want sport, sailing, nature, scuba diving, culture, lush mountains, amazing wildlife or simply a pristine beach, you’ll find it in the Caribbean sunshine.


Antigua is set in a stunning blue sea and circled by furls of pearl white sand. It has 365 beaches, one for every day of the year, plenty of historical elements, stunning national parks, wonderful people and a great vibe.
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Barbados is famed for its easy-going calypso culture, cricket and strong sense of history. Known as the ‘Little England’ of the Caribbean, the island is one of the best for a first time visit to the Caribbean as it has more to offer for its size than any other island.
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St Lucia is an island of dense green forested peaks, ridges and valleys that tumble to a classic white coastline with wonderful hidden coves all surrounded by bright blue seas.
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Grenada is known as the Spice Island as the scents of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and ginger waft over this idyllic balmy island. Grenada also offers clear, turquoise waters, over 40 pristine beaches, a rich history and luscious, bountiful tropical forests filled with a large variety of flora and fauna.
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Jamaica is truly an island apart from the others in the Caribbean archipelago, boasting a fascinating, unique character all of its own. With gorgeous beaches and stunning scenery it is also the birthplace of Bob Marley and has become the adopted home of the Rasta and Reggae music.
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Whilst certain islands have fallen to the hand of high-rise resorts & tasteless condominiums, Anguilla has kept the charm of an old-world Caribbean feel. An island of just 35 square miles, this dinky limestone dab in the Caribbean Sea has kept its local, laid-back vibe and has truly special beaches.
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