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Destinations

 

Antigua
If you love beaches then Antigua is your dream destination. With 365 different beaches, there’s one for every day of the year. Antigua’s gentle plains and low rolling hills are dotted with old mills that used to service the sugar plantations.

The scenery changes quite suddenly as you travel around. The roads will lead you through mango and pineapple groves and on into a tropical, semi-parched landscape before plunging you into lush rainforest.

Castaway Beach, Antigua
BarbadosBarbados

is the most eastern island in the Caribbean, and is a tiny dot on most world maps. Barbados has much to offer its visitors in terms of water sports and beach activities. This picturesque island is rich in scenic beauty. Barbados sightseeing is a photographer’s dream come true with an abundance of natural wonders, breathtaking scenic views, gorgeous gardens and miles of white, sandy beaches.


ColombiaKnown for its beautiful Caribbean beaches, friendly people and exquisite colonial buildings, Cartagena should be on everyone’s itinerary when visiting Colombia! The old town of Cartagena is walled by an old Spanish fort. Abundant monasteries, churches, plazas and palaces are scattered throughout the city, creating a wonderful place to explore part of Colombia’s
colonial past.

The Clock Gate
Costa RicaCosta Rica is an absolute paradise in matters of beaches. The coastline has a length of over 1800 km with a never-ending variety of beaches for any possible taste. There are rocky and stony beaches, sandy beaches with white, gray, bluish black, tan, and pink colored sand. From Playa Avellanas to Playa Vuelta del Sur, and any name in between, from the Pacific to the Atlantic / Caribbean, Costa Rica offers an almost infinite number of beaches for tourist enjoyment.

DominicaDominica surges from the sea with soaring peaks that seem to be courting the heavens. Virgin flora covers these dramatic mountains, creating swaths of verdant landscapes. The residue of the fiery forces that created the island thousands of years ago, as part of the Caribbean Ring of Fire, bellows in several hot springs, valleys of steaming earth, and a boiling lake which is the second largest in the world. Along with geothermal wonders come natural coolants: hundreds of pristine rivers and streams web the island’s lush terrain. Pure rainwater sets brooks and cascades into motion by rushing down picturesque cliffs.

Dominica
GrenadaGrenada is a rolling, mountainous island, covered with fragrant spice trees and rare tropical flowers. Bordered by stunning beaches, and dotted with picturesque towns, this verdant island has long been a major source of nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and cocoa. In the interior of this volcanic island are cascading rivers and waterfalls, lush rainforests, and one of the most breathtakingly beautiful mountain lakes imaginable.

Castaway Beach, Antigua
Puerto Rico

There’s a reason why Puerto Rico‘s the fun capital of the Caribbean – the natural surroundings are made for rejoicing. Kayak in the warm waters, hike or bike along scenic trails, surf world-class waves, or rappel safely through waterfalls and caves. Certified tour guides, comfortable facilities and as vivid a color palette as any you could imagine in nature. Lovers of nature will relish in the wealth of flora, exotic birds, marine life &
white sandy beaches.
St. Croix

The largest of the United States Virgin Islands. There are two distinct towns to visit: Christiansted & Frederiksted. The architectural quality & historic interest of the one-time Danish West Indies capital has made part of Christiansted a National Historic Site. In Christiansted, St. Croix, you can shop the day away through quaint shops filled with French perfumes, china, crystal, batik clothing and jewelry or visit Buck Island, one of the world’s finest dive spots.
Antigua Map
St. Martin / St. Maarten

The smallest island in the world ever to have been partitioned between two different nations, St. Martin / St. Maarten has been shared by the French and the Dutch in a spirit of neighborly cooperation and mutual friendship for almost 350 years. St. Martin / St. Maarten, vacationers will be able to find just about every kind of activity they might want for a perfect holiday in the sun.
St. Martin / St. Maarten