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.
Category: Things To Do
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 […]
January 12, 2015
The sister islands of Trinidad and Tobago in the South Caribbean are home to stunning bays that create havens for some gorgeous beaches. Here are a few of the most beautiful beaches on Trinidad and Tobago within those bays that you don’t want to miss out on seeing while vacationing on the islands. Maracas Bay […]
December 22, 2014
My introduction to Grand Cayman was like many other typical first-timers. I’d made a splash at Stingray City and swam with turtles at the Cayman Turtle Farm. So when I was lucky enough to sail in for a second visit, beaches were my priority.
December 9, 2014
St. Vincent and the Grenadines consists of 32 islands located in the southern Caribbean Sea. The islands all range in size and activities, with an island offering something for just about every interest and vacation style. However, if it’s stark Caribbean beauty you’re looking for, there are a few islands in St. Vincent and the Grenadines […]
December 9, 2014
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December 5, 2014
Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge is a government protected animal and nature sanctuary in the US Virgin Islands, situated on Buck Island about two miles south of St Thomas. It is controlled by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The island has a rocky shoreline encasing 45 acres, which is predominately grassland with some thorn shrubs and cacti mixed in. Visitors to Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge can explore various aspects of the park.
November 27, 2014
St. Thomas is an island. A beautiful Caribbean island, but an island. And being an island, one would think that there’s little here to plunder and thus little incentive to raid and capture an island. Far be that from the truth, however, and the lesser Antilles, St. Thomas specifically, have seen plenty of their share of tumult and turmoil. And that may be, but every cloud has a silver lining as they say, and in this instance, the silver lining of St. Thomas’s history lies in, well, it’s history, for there’s plenty to do and see on St. Thomas, and you need only look to get more than your fair dose of history here. Take, for instance, the fortresses of St. Thomas.
November 24, 2014
The lesser Antilles are, technically speaking, a vast swath of an undersea mountain range whose tips just barely poke through the top of the water. An amazing geographical feat, these little cays and atolls are, perhaps, the best in the world when it comes to idyllic tropical escapes. What makes the Cayman Islands such a great place to visit is its friendly, easy-going vibe, the spectacular beauty of its beaches, and the stunning crystal clear nature of the water. If you’ve come to the Cayman Islands looking for some fun in the sun, you’ve found it – there are plenty of great things to do in the Cayman Islands that will get your heart pumping and your skin tan.