TOP CARIBBEAN Vacation DESTINATIONS

TOP CARIBBEAN Vacation DESTINATIONS

TOP CARIBBEAN DESTINATIONS

Where to Go

While the latter half took its toll on this beloved region, many of the most popular destinations were unaffected. Others have completed renovations and are now ready to welcome guests. Sun-kissed beaches. Clear turquoise water. Vibrant local cultures. Leave the snow and ice behind this winter with a beachfront escape to a private luxury villa. This year, make a resolution to visit one of these fantastic islands

Jamaica

From romantic getaways to family vacations, Jamaica is the ideal destination for any group. Most villas include a full staff (butler, chef, housekeeper, laundress, and more) that is dedicated to making your client’s stay remarkable in every way. And should your client want to experience some of the island’s incredible snorkeling, rich culture, or world-class golfing, your personal concierge can make that happen — all they have to do is relax.

Barbados

Affectionately called "Little England," Barbados features a unique combination of British tradition and Caribbean flair, creating an irresistibly charming atmosphere. Walk along the beach, visit museums, and enjoy water activities — or simply delight your palate with in-villa chef services.

Dominican Republic

Whether you’re looking for a romantic escape, family getaway, or cultural experience, a stay in a Dominican Republic villa offers something for everyone. Discover beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, and breathtaking mountains — all steps from your private luxury villa.

Turks & Caicos

A little over an hour from Miami, this British Overseas Territory consists of over 40 islands, only 8 of which are inhabited. Stroll along white-sand beaches and enjoy in-villa wellness and culinary services, for the utmost in luxury and relaxation.

St. Barts

Located in the French West Indies near St. Martin and Anguilla, St. Barts captures visitors' hearts with its quaint, chic French atmosphere and relaxed, small-town charm. Plan a picnic, prepared and set up for you on the beach of your choice, complete with a gourmet menu to choose from.

Anguilla

Anguilla is calm, easygoing, casual — where you go to truly get away from it all. Among the many attractions of this tiny island are spectacular coral reefs perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving, over 30 beautiful white-sand beaches, and an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Greg Norman.

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Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos Islands

The Turks and Caicos is a small archipelago nation known primarily for tourism and as an offshore financial centre. It's home to incredible beaches, abundant marine life, stunning tropical wetlands, luxury resorts and fine dining. There's so much to do and discover here in paradise. Quite simply, it's the best of the Caribbean!

Saint Barthelemy

Saint Barthelemy

Saint Barthélemy, an overseas collectivity of France commonly referred to as St. Barts, is a small, volcanic island located in the northwest Caribbean Sea. It is relatively a small island, popular tourist destination and is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. The Island’s economy relies upon the nearly 200,000 travellers who visit every year, drawn by the island’s tropical climate, white, sandy beaches, and sophisticated lifestyles. St Barts’ is a French-speaking island and its customs and traditions are greatly influenced by French culture.

Barbados

Barbados

Barbados is an island country in the Lesser Antilles. It is 21 miles in length and as much as 14 miles in width, amounting to 166 square miles. It is situated in the western area of the North Atlantic and 62 miles east of the Windward Islands and the Caribbean Sea therein, it is about 104 miles east of the islands of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and 250 miles north-east of Trinidad and Tobago. Barbadian traditions range from afternoon tea and cricket (the national sport) to pursuits such as scuba diving at Dottins Reef and golfing on designer oceanside courses.

Anguilla

Anguilla

Anguilla, a British overseas territory in the Eastern Caribbean, comprises a small main island and several offshore islets. The name Anguilla is an anglicised or latinate form of earlier Spanish anguila, French anguille, or Italian anguilla, all meaning "eel" in reference to the island's shape. For similar reasons, it was formerly known as Snake or Snake Island. The island is made of limestone, providing many caves. Two of the most impressive being are ''The Big Springs'' located in Island Harbour and ''The Fountain'' located in Shoal Bay. Anguilla also has many attractive coral reefs which provides habitats for a vast array of tropical fish and marine wildlife. This motivates individuals to take part in snorkeling.

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is a sovereign state on the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean Caribbean region. Though known for its wonderful beaches, all-inclusive resorts and golfing, it has a varied terrain comprising rainforest, savannah and highlands, including Pico Duarte, the Caribbean’s tallest mountain. For the adventure tourist this Caribbean country offers a diverse countryside comprising tropical rainforests, arid desert expanses, alpine ranges and steamy mangrove swamps. It's a playground for trekkers, mountain bike enthusiasts and water-sport junkies!

Jamaica

Jamaica

Jamaica is an island nation in the Caribbean, located to the south of Cuba and to the west of the island of Hispaniola. It is best known for its lush topography of mountains, rainforests and reef-lined beaches. Many of its all-inclusive resorts are clustered in the vibrant city, Montego Bay, with its British colonial architecture, and Negril, renowned for diving and snorkelling. Jamaica's climate is tropical, supporting diverse ecosystems with a wealth of plants and animals. Previously inhabited by the indigenous Arawak and Taíno peoples, the island came under Spanish rule following the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1494. Named Santiago, it remained a possession of Spain until 1655, when England (later Great Britain) conquered the island and renamed it Jamaica. Under British rule, Jamaica became a leading sugar exporter, with its plantation economy highly dependent on slaves imported from Africa, followed later by Chinese and Indian indentured labour.

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