Choosing a Caribbean Island: A – B
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.
Anguilla:- a blend of high style and low key elegance, set to a slow and casual island tempo. With spectacular coral reefs.
Antigua:- is all about the lovely beaches, miles of white soft sand. Some diverting colonial heritage
Aruba:- The main attraction is a ribbon of beaches lined with big world-class resorts and backed up with malls of familiar restaurants and bars.
Bahamas:- Far-flung hideaways and glossy mega-resorts. Great for Island-hopping explorers, divers and party-goers.
Barbados:- Various beaches ideal for surfers, wind-surfers, budget sunbathers, party-goers and the traditionalists, who dress for dinner, a truly welcoming island. A real island for everyone
Bermuda:- Known for its distinctive blend of British and American culture and pink-sand beaches.
British Virgin Islands:- The richer, less-developed and more isolated version of the US Virgin Islands. Yachties and divers find their bliss amongst the 40 islands here; the main island, Tortola, offers glamorous diversions.
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