St George’s is one of the few landlocked towns in Barbados and it’s worth leaving behind the beaches of the island to explore it as there are a couple of sites in St George’s that you don’t want to miss. Gun Hill Signal Station Gun Hill Signal Station was built in 1818 and is part […]
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March 2, 2015
The British Virgin Islands are some of the most beautiful in the world, a collection of four main Caribbean islands and scores of small quays that are surprisingly different in character. They are renowned for their excellent line-of-sight sailing, laid-back vibe and some of the world’s most exclusive resorts. Here’s a guide to island hopping in the British Virgin Islands.
February 24, 2015
I realized that while the world is abuzz about Cuba, there’s another exciting, rising off-the-beaten track destination in the Caribbean: Haiti.
February 23, 2015
St. Lucia has a flourish of leafy vegetation covering the Caribbean island in a bright green color, with its pinnacle focus being the two Pitons on the island that jut up into the sky. While the island’s beauty is a big allure for many visitors, it’s not usually quite enough to keep kids entertained. Luckily […]
February 13, 2015
Located near Bayahibe and close to national parks and offshore islands, La Romana is ideally situated for those searching for a getaway with stunning beaches but also nature, adventure and nearby sports attractions. Here are just four reasons to stay in La Romana. 1. Nature La Romana has several inland escapes to cool off from […]
February 9, 2015
It’s easy to just want to spend time at the beaches in Barbados, but getting into the cities and seeing some of the non-beach sites of Barbados will help you better understand the past and present culture of the island you’re visiting. Here are a few of the top cultural activities to do in Barbados.
February 6, 2015
Martinique is home to stunning beaches and Caribbean waters, but it’s also where you’ll find interesting museums celebrating the island’s heritage and history. There are over a dozen to visit–here are three that are worth squeezing into your sun and sea schedule. Le Musée de la Pagerie, in the southern coastal town of Trois-Ilets, sits […]
January 29, 2015
Martinique’s south coast is home to glorious, diamond-white beaches. They stretch along a series of scenic, quiet fishing villages–collectively known as Anse d’Arlets. Aside from being a fishing hub, it’s an area popular for leisurely, sun-filled days among locals as much as tourists, and it’s not hard to understand why.
January 19, 2015
The Caribbean islands of St Kitts and Nevis are ideal for families with its fun beaches and calm waters, but spending time on the sand isn’t all you can do as a family in St Kitts and Nevis. Here are three of the top family friendly activities in St Kitts and Nevis. Adventure Family If […]
January 15, 2015
When visiting the gorgeous island of St. Lucia, your sight is bathed in colors of bright green and turquoise blue as you take in the lush peaks of the island jutting up from the sparkling Caribbean Sea. You can also literally bathe while in St. Lucia and make your skin more beautiful and luminous thanks to […]