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Get ready for an explosion of colour and culture in the original pirate’s paradise. A holiday in the Caribbean will have you dancing the night away to a spicy reggae rhythm, and then spending your days swimming in tropical waters. The Caribbean is made up of many islands, all boasting crystal blue water, white sandy beaches and verdant green forests teeming with life. For a tropical adventure, it doesn’t get much better than the Caribbean.

Set between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic, the Caribbean is ideally situated to build in a trip to Florida (maybe Disney World?) in the USA.

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When it comes to cuisine, the Caribbean offers a unique culinary journey. Known for their fusion of African, Cajun, Latin American and Asian cuisines, your taste buds are in for an adventure of their own. You’ll have to sample their jerk chicken, a combination of sweet and spicy: this tender grilled chicken dish is not to be missed.  

A trip to the Caribbean is not complete without sampling their rum offerings. You’ll find that the Caribbean islands each produce their own distinctive rum, which goes back to the history of their island. 

It’s almost impossible to pinpoint the best Caribbean island, as each island seems to top the last. We’ll leave the exploring up to you. Book your Caribbean holiday package with us today. 

  • Reach Falls: One of the most amazing waterfalls that the Caribbean has to offer. Found in Portland, Jamaica. 
  • Swimming Pigs: The Bahamas is known for many spectacular things, one of them being the chance to swim with wild pigs. A soul satisfying experience. 
  • A Coffee Experience: Taste some of the world’s best coffee in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica. Learn about how it is grown and produced. 
  • Appleton Rum Estate: Guests can experience the beautiful grounds as they enjoy a tasting experience of premium aged rums. 
  • The Baths, Virgin Gorda: The perfect destination to go snorkelling in crystal clear waters. It is surrounded by giant granite boulders which form sheltered sea pools and grottos.  
  • Explore the Chaccohoben Ruins: Marvel at Mexico’s Chacchoben Ruins, located but outside Costa Maya. They are said to date back to 200 B.C. 
  • Choose your island wisely: The Caribbean is made up of over 7,000 islands, so it's important to choose the right one for your vacation. Consider factors such as the type of activities you're interested in, the climate you prefer, and the size of the island. 
  • Pack light: With its tropical climate, the Caribbean is a great place to pack light. Bring items that can be easily mixed and matched, and don't forget to pack your swimsuit! 
  • Be prepared for rain: While the Caribbean is known for its sunny weather, it's essential to be prepared for rain. The region experiences a rainy season from June to November, so pack a light raincoat or umbrella. 
  • Know your currency: Most islands in the Caribbean use their own currency, so it's critical to know what currency you'll need before you travel. US dollars are widely accepted, but it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand as well. 
  • Protect yourself from the sun: With its warm climate and abundant sunshine, the Caribbean is a great place to get a sun tan. However, it's important to protect yourself from the sun's harmful rays by wearing sunscreen and staying in the shade during the hottest hours of the day. 
  • Try new foods: One of the best things about travelling is trying new foods, and the Caribbean has no shortage of delicious dishes to try. From Jamaican jerk chicken to Cuban sandwiches, there's something for everyone to enjoy. 
  • Relax and enjoy yourself: The Caribbean is a great place to relax and forget about your troubles. So, sit back, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and let the stress melt away. 

Caribbean Travel Facts 

The Caribbean is a region of the world that is full of beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and friendly people. It is no wonder that so many people from all over the world flock to the Caribbean each year for their holidays. 

  • The Caribbean has two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. The wet season runs from June to November, while the dry season is from December to May. 
  • The weather in the Caribbean is tropical, which means that it is warm all year round. The average temperature in the Caribbean is around 27 °C. 
  • The Caribbean consists of more than 7,000 islands, cays, and islets. 
  • The island of Barbados is the birthplace of rum. 
  • The island of Trinidad is home to the world’s largest carnival celebration, which takes place every year in February. 
  • The Caribbean island of St. Lucia is home to the world’s only drive-in volcano. 

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