Sail the Caribbean
There are many fabulous dive sites where you can discover colourful fish and wonderful coral, search for hump back whales off the Dominican Republic, dive for treasure off the Bahamas amongst the pirate shipwrecks, or wander the underwater tunnels observing the marine life without getting wet! Take a trip to one of the wonderfully aromatic pineapple, coffee or sugarcane plantations, Nature Reserves, Crocodile Farms or the Green Sea Turtle Farm
Sailing is another favourite in the Caribbean whether you charter your own yacht or simply enjoy an island hopping trip, visiting some of the neighbours. Discover the natural beauty of the Caribbean on horseback, splashing through the waves on long white sandy beaches, or take a hike through lush green beauty and colourful wildlife.
The typical Caribbean island of Aruba lies just off the Venezuelan coast and offers the choice of whether to explore the hidden coves, designer shops or a mixture of both. The intensely diverse Cuba is one of the main destinations of British tourists to the Caribbean as it offers excellent value for money. The largest of the islands, you can still enjoy the stunning scenery and beaches the Caribbean is famous for while discovering the vibrant nightlife of Havana or Varadero.
Sample the Latin party atmosphere of the Dominican Republic, while lazing your days away on the longest stretch of beach in the Caribbean at Punta Cana. The fun island of Barbados has field after field of sugarcane, edged with beautiful pastel colonial houses, and a buzzing nightlife in its capital Bridgetown. The infectious Reggae rhythm of Jamaica will have you swaying to the beat at every turn.
Holidays in the Caribbean can be romantic and unspoilt, relaxing and energetic, full of wonderful sights, smells and sounds. Late deals to the Caribbean can be as diverse as you want them to be, the biggest decision you’ll have to make, is which Island to visit!
Places to Visit
Submarine Trip – Aruba
Descend 120ft below sea level off the coast of Aruba to see sunken wrecks, fascinating coral formations and a rainbow of colourful fish, and all without even getting your feet wet.
Whale Watching – Dominican Republic
Between January and mid March, 80% of the world’s humpback whale population head for the Bay of Samana. Join a boat trip from the Dominican Republic to witness this fascinating sight.
Bob Marley Tour Jamaica
The legendary Bob Marley was born at Nine Mile on the island of Jamaica. Take the tour to his birthplace which is now a museum and stop off at the mausoleum where he was laid to rest with his favourite guitar.