Choosing a Caribbean Island: S – Z
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.
St. Barths (St Barts):- Famous for its casual chic French culture. Uncrowded beaches, designer shops and world class restaurants. Some of the finest luxury hotels.
St Kitts & Nevis:- Small friendly island with big hotels and booming condo developments. It’s just large enough for a fun day trip around the island that includes the vast pirate-era Brimstone Hill Fortress.
St Martin / St Maarten:- An island of 2 halves, one French one Dutch. French side is known for its nude beaches, clothes, shopping and French and Indian Caribbean cuisine. Dutch side is known for its festive nightlife, beaches casinos and native rum based liquors.
St Lucia:- Beaches, beautiful resorts, and lushly forested hills. Popular with the French and honeymooners. Activities abound in and out of the water. Great choice for Divers, snorkelers, trekkers, kite-surfers and nature-lovers, and of course those seeking out pure luxury.
St Vincent and the Grenadines:- Relaxed traditional Caribbean islands. The main island, St Vincent, is mostly rainforest while little idyllic Bequia is the star of the relaxed Grenadines. Catching rides on fishing boats between beach-ringed islands is the classic Grenadine experience. Ideal for Boaters, divers, explorers, people without schedules.
Trinidad:- A big, pulsing Caribbean island that revels in Creole culture and boasts a party scene
Tobago:- Smaller than its cousin Trinidad, it boasts everything the larger island lacks, pristine nature, resorts worth the trip and fun in and out of the water. Amazing rainforest, popular with bird watchers.
Turks & Caicos:- Lots of little islands with perfect beaches and turquoise waters waiting to be discovered. Nowhere here is very busy, even the world-class dive sites.
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