Visit The Caribbean Islands


The Caribbean comprises more than 700 islands, islets, reefs and caves. The islands are divided into different island groups. There’s

  • the Lucayan Archipelago (the Bahamas)
  • the Greater Antilles (Cuba)

  • the Lesser Antilles, with sub island groups the Leeward Antilles (Aruba), the Leeward Islands (Antigua) and the Windward Islands (Grenada)

Only 2% of the Caribbean Islands are actually inhabited. Most of the inhabitants of the Caribbean Islands are descendants of African slaves who were brought to the islands by European colonial powers to work on the sugar plantation. They stayed on the islands after the slavery had ended.

Dominant languages in the Caribbean region are Spanish, English, Dutch, Haitian Creole and Papiamento. Jamaica was the scene of the very first James Bond film, Dr. No. and Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed in the Caribbean too.

So how do you know which Island to visit?  Well, we located a great source the Lonely Planet that describes each island…so take a look, see which might be the best fit and contact us for more information and to book your trip.

Visit the Caribbean By Air or By Sea

The great thing about vacationing in the Caribbean is you can get their by air or by sea.  You can take a relaxing cruise and enjoy wonderful accommodations, food, entertainment and onboard activities or spend the entire vacation at the island of your choice.  Some or our clients love to spend and entire week or more in the sun, sand and crystal clear waters of the Caribbean.  We can’t argue with them because we have done it many times. On a cruise ship you may only have one day on a particular island and in many cases simply not enough time on the beaches.

Now the islands may all look the same from our photos, but we can assure you they are not.  We recently spent a week at Club Med in Turks and Caicos and simply loved it and would definitely go back.  Why you might ask, well they were rated as the number one beach in the world and you can see from our video the reason for this rating.  The sand is a fine, pure white sand, the water is the most beautiful aqua crystal clear water we have ever seen and the deep blue sky and pure white clouds meet the water at the horizon.

How Do YOu Choose Which Island To Visit?

Best Caribbean Islands

Can you guess which is the most popular islands?

Pristine beaches, accessible tourist sites, predictable weather and comfortable accommodations are all considerable factors in our ranking of the best Caribbean vacations. Based on that criteria, user votes and expert insight, U.S. News compiled the list below to help you choose your next Caribbean getaway.


Then There's Mexico

Now we also love other warm weather destinations and one has to include Mexico as one of them.

Once again we love the U.S. News Travel Guides Top Ranked Destinations in Mexico.

Click here to visit their website and see their list of the Best of Mexico:

Note:  Some images used on this page are used with permission, under CC (Creative Commons)


Playa del Carmen Mystic Ruins

Playa del Carmen is a coastal resort town in Mexico, along the Yucatán Peninsula’s Riviera Maya strip of Caribbean shoreline. It’s known for its palm-lined beaches, coral reefs and scuba diving. Its Quinta Avenida pedestrian thoroughfare runs parallel to the beach, offering blocks of shops, restaurants and nightspots. You can even explore the ancient ruins of the Coba Mayan Village,

Puerto Vallarta


This is more than just a coastal resort getaway. Somehow Puerto Vallarta  maintains a small-town atmosphere, while still boasting one of the most unique and sophisticated oceanfronts in Mexico. The dining options and the hotel choices reflect more of the same — you’ll find both elegance and efficiency mingled together within the hotel and restaurant areas.

Cabo San Lucas


Cabo San Lucas, a resort city on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, is known for its beaches, water-based activities and nightlife. Playa El Médano is Cabo’s main beach, with outdoor restaurants and numerous bars.

Past the marina is Land’s End promontory, site of Playa del Amor (Lover’s Beach) and El Arco, a natural archway in the seacliffs.



Acapulco, a resort city on Mexico’s Pacific coast, is set on a large bay backed by high-rises and the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains. Made famous by the jet set in the 1950s and ’60s, it’s known for its high-energy nightlife, beaches and golf. From its iconic La Quebrada cliff, performers dive 40m into a small cove every day and night.

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