Choosing a Caribbean Island: C – J
Choosing a Caribbean Island to suit you can be a daunting task. Use our guide below to help. Simply click on the island name for more information.
Cayman Islands:- Island of the wealthy with a cosmopolitan vibe. A nature lover’s heaven offering stunning diving and breath-taking walks.
Cuba:- A time-capsule of a vanished Caribbean, a huge island unlike any other. Cuba offers famous music, political challenges and disintegrating urban beauty. Reasonably priced holidays in a truly ‘foreign’ country, a delight for adventurers and explorers.
Curacao:- Offers a relaxed laid back pace of life. Its an island of contrasts, that lives its own life, and isn’t to touristy. With over 40 sheltered beaches, a diverse heritage spanning 55 different cultures and a ‘live and let live’ attitude.
Dominica:- Known as the nature island. An unspoiled hiker’s paradise. Volcanic peaks, boiling waters, waterfalls, underwater springs, rushing streams and rainforest canopies.
Dominican Republic:- A large country with a dominant Hispanic culture. Has world-class resorts on fine beaches, lots of colonial-era history and inland areas with forbidding peaks.
Grenada:- You really can smell nutmeg in the air of this small ex-British colony. Small and inviting beaches vie with rainforest-clad hills for attention. Low-key holidays in beautiful natural surroundings, mixing with genial locals.
Jamaica:- Seemingly the centre of the Caribbean. Lively island, very laid back, offers up resorts from posh to lurid and a distinct urban culture. Great for Spicy food, spicy music and natural adventures.
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