Category: Things To Do

The British Virgin Island for Couples

November 17, 2014

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Jost Van Dyke beach.

The Caribbean has a beck and call like few other places on earth. From the tales of pirates on the high seas, to the pristine and unbelievably clear blue water to the warm weather and sunsets that seem to stretch on for hours, romance is part and partial to any Caribbean vacation. So if you’re headed to the BVI and looking for love, you’ve come to the right place.

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3 Ways to Explore the Natural Side of Grenada

November 17, 2014

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Carriacou

Grenada is a nature lover’s dream and the Caribbean island attracts many visitors who love the outdoors and traversing the land of a new destination. Much of Grenada’s natural appeal can be found at the beach, but there are a few other destinations around and near Grenada that you can’t miss to truly experience the natural side of Grenada.

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Hiking La Soufriere

November 11, 2014

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La Sufriere

Hiking on your Caribbean vacation? While it may seem like there’s little more that you want to do when you arrive in paradise, there can be a pull to get out there and explore a little bit. If you find yourself somehow tired of all the beautiful beaches in St Vincent and The Grenadines, you’re in luck – there’s plenty to do in the Caribbean that don’t involve the beach. One of those fine things is getting out there and exploring your host country. And there’s little better way to explore St. Vincent than by heading off on a hiking expedition.

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Adventure Activities in Bonaire 

November 6, 2014

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Bonaire Sunset

Bonaire is an island in the southern Caribbean known for its beaches and clear water, but Bonaire offers much more than just beach lounging. A traveler looking for some adventure activities in Bonaire will be able to find them both in the water and on land.

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9 Delicious Local Foods to Try in Curacao

November 4, 2014

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Indonesian chicken satay with peanut sauce in Curacao photo credit Cailin O'Neil

Caribbean, Portuguese, Dutch, Indian and Indonesian are just a few of the food influences in Curacao and because of that there are many great foods that you should try when visiting. Here are the best must try foods in Curacao.

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Ways to Explore the Water in St. Thomas

October 17, 2014

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Caneel Bay

St. John is perhaps the most visited island in the US Virgin Islands, and with good reason. As an unincorporated American territory, your dollar goes far in St. Thomas, you don’t need a passport to enter, and there’s plenty Caribbean fun to be had. Over 60% of the island is covered in national park, which means that most people either hike to the top or jump into the sea for fun. When over 6 million tourists a year visiting the island chain – there’s got to be something that draws them. And in the case of the Virgin Islands, what draws them is sun, sand, and that beautiful blue water.

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Cultural Excursions in Trinidad and Tobago

September 22, 2014

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Experience both the beauty and culture of Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad and Tobago are two Caribbean islands that are connected by the same government and which are home to vibrant, bustling cities as well as small fishing villages and historic plantations. While visiting Trinidad and Tobago, there are a couple cultural excursions that will help you better understand the lifestyle and environment of the islands.

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Water Activities in St Kitts and Nevis

September 1, 2014

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Snorkeling in St Kitts at Pelican Cove

St Kitts and Nevis has some of the most gorgeous water in the Caribbean surrounding its blissful islands. Spending time on and in that water while visiting St Kitts and Nevis is a must-do. Here are some top water activities to do while in St Kitts and Nevis.

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Snorkeling in Grand Turk

September 1, 2014

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Gibbs Cay

When I think of Grand Turk, I think of blue. Many shades of beautiful blue. But Grand Turk is really more of a rainbow, you just have to get wet to see all of the colors. But unlike other places in the world, you don’t have to be a scuba diver. Snorkeling delivers a picture perfect view of life below the surface.

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8 Reasons Martinique Should Be Your Next Island Vacation

August 4, 2014

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Morne Rouge

During my week in Martinique–from beaches to offshore islands and from parks to peaks–I expected spectacular blooms to overwhelm my senses. After all, this was Madinina or the “flower isle” as the Arawaks first baptized it and as Martinicans still call their home. But it wasn’t until the end of my journey, after frequent gasps at the island’s picturesque scenery–one that inspired famous poets and painters, including Aimé Césaire and Paul Gauguin­–that I realized Madinina was also the perfect metaphor.

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