Caribbean

From the iconic green Pitons of St Lucia to the glamour of St Barths and the vibrance of Jamaica, the islands of the Caribbean are wonderfully diverse, yet consistently warm and welcoming. Take your pick from old-style Caribbean culture in Nevis, shallow waters in the Bahamas, or the volcanic, mountainous Grenadines, to name but a few. Wherever you choose, you’ll enjoy delicious food, gorgeous beaches and warm waters – the perfect luxury Caribbean holiday in the sun.

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Antigua

Antigua

Low-lying and volcanic in origin, Antigua, in the Caribbean sea boasts gorgeous beaches and great sailing opportunities with the well-known annual regatta each spring. As well enjoying the Caribbean climate, visitors can explore the 18th Century Great Fort George, a key part of the Antigua’s history.

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Barbados

Barbados

Barbados, located in the east of the Caribbean sea, contains some of the most luxurious hotels in the Caribbean. As well as this, Barbados has great restaurants, a festive streetlife, and a lively surfing scene on the east coast.

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St Lucia

St Lucia

Whilst typically Caribbean, St Lucia is also distinctive, with the sacred and majestic twin pitons towering out of the sea, and its abundance of relaxed bars. This dramatic backdrop makes the island’s beaches and crystal-clear waters look all the more inviting.

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Jamaica

Jamaica

Jamaica is the third largest island in the west Indies, and is home to the Blue mountain peak. Blooming with tropical vegetation, a vibrant street scene and fabulous food, Jamaica also has brilliant beaches across its coastlines. On top of this, the vibrant Jamaican culture will mean there is always lively music playing.

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Grenada

Grenada

Grenada, in the Caribbean sea is the most southern of the Windward Islands and is home to rainforests, plunging gorges and dormant volcanoes. Grenada is a strikingly beautiful island, with plenty of unspoilt beaches and the historic capital, St George’s, a charming harbour town with botanical gardens and Fort George.

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Anguilla

Anguilla

East of Puerto Rico, in the heart of the Caribbean sea is Anguilla, a small, low-lying coral island. Here you will find beautiful white sand beaches, wonderful restaurants and hotels, yet Anguilla is still pleasingly untouched.

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Bahamas

Bahamas

The Bahamas can be found just east of the Florida coastline and is made up of more than 700 small islands and 2,000 cays. Blessed with sandy beaches and shallow warm waters, here, the pace of life is relaxed, and the islands are totally unspoilt.

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British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands, just east of Puerto Rico, consist of secret bays and hidden coves across the 60 British Virgin Islands, of which only 16 are inhabited. These islands are located in one of the best sailing areas in the world.

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Cuba

Cuba

Cuba’s eventful past is imprinted on its present. It is a totally different Caribbean experience to the other islands we feature. As Cuba has been isolated for so long the infrastructure and hotels are very limited however from a cultural point of view there is nowhere quite like it. Havana is simply fascinating and full of surprises!

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Dutch Antilles

Dutch Antilles

Bonaire is a small island 50 miles north of Venezuela, with fabulous beaches and lots of watersports on offer. Rated one of the best diving destinations in the world, more than 300 species of fish flourish in its crystal clear waters.

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Nevis

Nevis

The island of Nevis, in the Caribbean sea is known for its empty coves, lush rainforests, historic ruins and restored 18th Century plantation inns. This is the Caribbean in its traditional form with unique local delicacies sold on street corners, and plenty of authentic restaurants to sample.

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St Barths

St Barths

St Barths is a tiny island located in the Caribbean sea, favoured by the rich and famous, mountainous St Barth’s has a French cosmopolitan atmosphere, with brilliant French wines and cuisine. St Barths has more small boutique hotels rather than large resorts and its coastline is surrounded by coral reefs and blue-green lagoons.

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Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago are the most southern of the Caribbean Islands, lying 30 miles off the coast of Venezuela. Tobago is one of the most untouched islands in the Caribbean, with rainforests, and secluded coves with volcanic black sands. Trinidad is characterised by carnivals and cricket, and is more developed than its neighbour.

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St Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines

St Vincent is volcanic and mountainous with luxuriant vegetation and sandy beaches. The Grenadines terrain is equally lush and dramatic, with deserted coves and stunning coral reefs. Diving and yachting are hugely popular in this archipelago, and there are many luxurious islands, such as Mustique.

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Turks & Caicos islands

Turks & Caicos islands

The Turks and Caicos islands are located to the south-east of The Bahamas. These low-lying islands make up an archipelago of over 40 coral atoll islands. The untouched Turks and Caicos islands have a colonial history and are home to beautiful beaches and nature reserves.

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Bermuda

Bermuda

Bermuda enjoys a nice year round climate and with its beautiful pink sand beaches, championship golf courses and daily flights from London this makes it the perfect destination for a family holiday or even a long weekend in the sunshine!

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