Carribbean provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Carribbean. These are our tips for exploring Carribbean.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
With a peaceful, beachfront location, Cobblers Cove is set in exotic gardens and offers free watersports, including windsurfing, sailing and waterskiing.
The beachfront Ritz-Carlton, Aruba tempts guests with free WiFi, 2 outdoor pools and spa in Noord. It lies 8.9 km from the Archaeological
Conveniently situated near Santo Domingo’s bustling commercial and business districts, the Occidental El Embajador treats each guest
Located at Playa Coson and only a few steps from the beach-front, Sublime Samana features 2 outdoor pools, a fitness center, a tennis
Featuring a private beach area in Punta Cana, a swimming pool and rooms with hot tub, this luxury and exclusive resort is half a mile
Set directly on Grand Cul de Sac Beach, this luxurious 5-star hotel offers a Spa by Clarins, outdoor pool and lush gardens.
Offering a restaurant, the Adults Only El Blok is located in Vieques. Free WiFi access is available throughout. The property offers free parking
Lead by a professional guide, you will drive or ride in a convertible 5 speed dune buggy
With your admission ticket to Everland Resort, the world’s 7th-largest theme park, you’ll be
This Caribbean tour is a combination of all the must do activities in Cozumel! Start with snorkeling the crystal clear turquoise waters
Combine water, adrenaline and lounging in the tropical sun on the tour that has it all! Go inner tubing in a Jamaican river! Start your
On a wave runner or speedboat for two, set off from Cancun on a breathtaking tour across the Nichupte lagoon.
With a certified guide, see the top Dominica sights such as the Cabrits National Park, the Boiling Lake, the Trafalgar Falls,
Get familiar with the art culture of Haiti, cool off in the turquoise pools of Bassin-Bleu, explore massive cave systems, visit a foundation
The Malecón, Havana's evocative 8km-long sea drive, is one of the city's most soulful and quintessentially Cuban thoroughfares.
The incomparable Capitolio Nacional is Havana's most ambitious and grandiose building, constructed after the post-WWI sugar boom
Santurce's revitalized mercado rocks just like old times. The show starts not long after dawn when bleary-eyed market traders stock up
These famous falls, 3km west of town, are Jamaica’s top-grossing tourist attraction. Great throngs of people can sometimes make it can
Spanish ships once anchored in the cove just off these ramparts to unload colonists and supplies, all of which entered the city through
This extensively restored Georgian-era marina has been in operation since 1745 and is Antigua's top sightseeing draw.
Kids love the three floors of hands-on exhibits stuffed into this orange-and-green building that sits on the edge of a small shady park.
Just north of Queen’s Park Savannah is the 2.5-hectare Emperor Valley Zoo, which opened in 1952. Though small, the zoo has some