Antigua is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches and sparkling clear water. This island really is a taste of paradise. From snorkelling in the clear waters among untouched coral reefs to finding out about the history of the island, Antigua offers something for everyone. Trips include sailing around the beautiful harbour, horse riding treks to zip wiring through the lush rainforest.
Aruba is an island surrounded by beautiful white beaches and glistening waters. The island is alive with Dutch heritage and history. The streets are lined with pastel painted houses in nearby Oranjestad, which also offers boutiques and malls for those wanting to shop. The beaches are stunning and offer amazing diving and snorkelling opportunities. The famous Natural Bridge can be found on the windward side of the island.
Enjoy the facilities of the cruise ship while sailing to you next port of call.
Barbados has a, vibrant culture and hospitable wit locals making it a dream location to visit. The coastline offers stunning white sandy beaches, translucent water, and endless water sports and activities. A walk into the city will take you to many shops, selling everything from designer clothes to their famous rum. For those wanting to explore Barbados further, take an island safari - a great way to travel across this beautiful island and learn about the history, culture and folklore.
Curacao. Just 40 miles from the coast of Venezuela, Curacaos landscape is both dramatic and rather stark. Thanks in part to its, volcanic past. In contrast, the capital, Willemstad, seems like a piece of Holland with its neat rows of colourful houses. Relax and bask beneath sunny skies cooled by the trade winds or stroll around Willemstad and enjoy the stunning floating market for your shopping fix.
The Dutch and particularly Amsterdam’s influence is evident in the architecture of Willemstad. Cross the Queen Emma Bridge to the eastern side of town and you will find the colourful floating market lined with boats from Colombia and Venezuela. On the other side of the bridge is Breederstraat which is one of Willemstad’s best shopping streets with many good restaurants and side walk cafes.
St. Kitts is an island of wonderous beauty, history and stunning sandy beaches. The island is home to waterfalls, lush rainforests and of course to the Mount Liamuiga volcano. For culture and history, visit the St Kitts brimstone fortress, Georgian buildings surrounding Independent Square or shop in downtown Basseterre and pick up some of the delicious local honey.
St. Lucia is a stunning island dressed in mountains, lush tropical foliage, beautiful rainforests and sandy white beaches. To appreciate the islands natural beauty, you must visit some of the unique attractions. Visit the world’s only drive in volcano, getting up close with multi coloured sulphur pools. Take a trip to the Diamond botanical gardens filled with tropical plants and flowers, trek through the rainforest to discover some of the islands hidden waterfall’s and snorkel to the sunken wreck and explore the ocean bed alive with marine life and underwater beauty.
St. Maarten is an island surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches, lively boardwalks and a mix of culture and heritage. The island is divided into two, Dutch Sint Maarten and French Saint Martin, both of which offer different culture, history and architecture making this island interesting and one of a kind. The Dutch St Maarten Is situated in the south and is alive with bustling resorts, casinos, bars and restaurants while the northern French Saint Martin reminds you of a French fishing village, filled with colour, houses built into the cliffs and mouth-watering cuisine.
St. Vincent is a quiet picturesque island blanketed in green forest and stunning landscape. Visit the small volcano in the centre of the island for panoramic views of the countryside, cascading waterfalls and brightly coloured coral reefs. Visit the Falls of Baleine, so remote it can only be reached by boat. The paths of Montreal Gardens can be walked by tourists or take a drive to the lush banana groves and rain forests of the hilly Mesopotamia region. St Vincent also offers cultural heritage from 19th century forts to ancient petroglyphs created into the cliff rocks.