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Sandals.co.uk is an online site that specializes in luxury vacations. The company helps with hotel  and flight reservations along with  resort reservations.  It highlights restaurants, scuba diving, spas, and adventure routes. Sandals assist customers with finding resorts, particularly in Jamaica, St. Lucia, the Bahamas, and Antigua.  The website helps with scheduling get-aways for honeymoons for weddings, vow renewals, or anniversaries.  
Published by Sasha Brown 61 months ago in Caribbean | +0 votes | 0 comments
Not many people can say that they've been on a cruise vacation, and went to hell and back. The town of Hell is located in Grand Cayman, and a shore excursion booked from the cruise line, can take you there. Grand Cayman gives you the opportunity to visit the rock formations that give this town it's name.
Published by Debbie Gavazzi 66 months ago in Caribbean | +2 votes | 0 comments
The islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis are both great places for a laid-back vacation. Nevis is quieter than Saint Kitts and you will see many sugar plantation and beautiful botanical gardens here. Nevis has many sandy beaches and you can go horseback riding and windsurfing. The capital of Charlestown is beautiful.
Published by norlaw 67 months ago in Caribbean | +8 votes | 2 comments
The islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are a perfect vacation place. The climate is good and the scenery is spectacular. There are luxury hotels and great restaurants. Some people think the Cayman islands have the best diving of any place in the world. The water is clear and there are reefs and ship wrecks to explore.
Published by norlaw 68 months ago in Caribbean | +1 votes | 0 comments
Tortola is a beautiful place for a vacation. There is so much to do and see. The historical sites on Tortola are amazing and there are so many of them. You can go shopping on Main Street. You can go to the beach for a quiet afternoon of laying around or you can go check out the many historical sites.
Published by norlaw 69 months ago in Caribbean | +1 votes | 5 comments
Island Routes is more practical for those tight on budget and who wishes to enjoy selected adventures only, while Sandals and Beaches UK is handier for those who want a hassle-free long vacation.
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 69 months ago in Caribbean | +10 votes | 3 comments
Island Routes provides Caribbean adventure tours to show tourists the culture,beauty and natural resources that define each of the unique islands in the beautiful Caribbean Sea. The company was founded by a group of Caribbean islanders who wanted to show their islands are not just a tourist destination to visit,they are a way of life. The tours take place on the following islands Jamaica St Lucia Antigua Bahamas Turks and Caicos Barbados Grand Cayman Island Routes'dedicated te...
Published by Amanda Wilkins 71 months ago in Caribbean | +5 votes | 0 comments
Tourism is now the number one industry in Cuba and more and more people, including Americans, are flocking to the capital city, Havana. The city is in a state of restoration and reconstruction and the major attractions are mostly complete. Day trips are available from most resort locations in the country to Havana. If visiting for just one day, these are the major attractions that must be seen.
Published by Tom Samworth 71 months ago in Caribbean | +7 votes | 1 comments
Small but amazingly scenic, the Virgin Islands National Park preserves the spirit of a pristine West Indian paradise. Saint John, the smallest of the major U.S. Virgin Islands, has also been called the most attractive of them all. A captivating blend of land and water, the little Caribbean island is celebrated for its rough but gorgeous, tropical forest, its sunken shoreline bordered by extended stretch of pristine bays and beaches, and an expanse of crystal clear blue sea water that is filled...
Published by Eddie Go 230 months ago in Caribbean | +0 votes | 0 comments
When visiting Martinique it is important to remember you are a guest of another culture and you must be aware of their etiquette and customs. This applies to both social occasions and when working online. Something you may think funny in an email to a friend back home may be misinterpreted by a local resident who may see your email and deeply offend them.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 75 months ago in Caribbean | +5 votes | 1 comments
The twenty nine islands that make up the Bahamas, or to give its official title ‘the Commonwealth of the Bahamas’ are located in the Atlantic Ocean to the north of Cuba and south east of the state of Florida in the United States. It is one of the richest countries in the Americas mostly through the revenue created by its thriving tourist industry.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in Caribbean | +11 votes | 2 comments
The island of Cuba is the largest in the Caribbean and in recent years has become a popular holiday destination for tourists, particularly for Europeans and Canadians. Most of the etiquette and customs will come as no surprise to westerners and holidays or business trips should go smoothly, however there are one or two minor points it could be an advantage to be aware of.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in Caribbean | +8 votes | 3 comments
Haggling for a good price is a normal part of the daily life within the loud and busy markets of Haiti. There is an art to negotiating a good price and to anyone that is inexperienced in this practice it can be a daunting procedure to go through, to successfully get through the haggling and price negotiation process there are a few simple rules to learn.
Published by John Smither 76 months ago in Caribbean | +11 votes | 3 comments
You need to relax and take a cruise? Go for Royal Caribbean Cruises for reminiscent moments. This article is a review of Royal Caribbean Cruises.
Published by Hurbert Michael 78 months ago in Caribbean | +0 votes | 1 comments
Price haggling in the Dominican Republic is the norm and you can have a lot of fun doing it. Vendors would rather have a sale than not, so hold your ground and you will get your purchase at the price you offered.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 78 months ago in Caribbean | +3 votes | 0 comments

A look at two different types of holiday offers in the Caribbean and what each one provides. Between them, these two companies offer all you could want for your vacation and cover a range of budgets.

Published by Jill Vance 80 months ago in Caribbean | +1 votes | 3 comments
There are many resorts to choose from when it comes time for a winter vacation. These are five that are guarenteed to please.
Published by Tom Samworth 82 months ago in Caribbean | +8 votes | 0 comments
I donÂ’t think I would fly to Samana for humpback whale watching again in my life. However I would like to say my holiday in Gran Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado was very enjoyable, and Samana International Airport did its job very well.
Published by Blossom S 84 months ago in Caribbean | +3 votes | 2 comments
Cayo Largo, Cuba is a tropical paradise. Taking the sunset cruise from the marina in Cayo Largo will turbo charge your experience.
Published by Tom Samworth 84 months ago in Caribbean | +4 votes | 0 comments
The highlight of my Dominican Republic trip was a humpback whale watching in Samana Peninsula. The World Wildlife fund considers Samana one of the the best places to watch whales.
Published by Blossom S 84 months ago in Caribbean | +2 votes | 1 comments
Gran Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado in Samana, Dominican Republic is a good choice for a Caribbean holiday. Gran Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado is very convinent to have a whale watching.
Published by Blossom S 84 months ago in Caribbean | +1 votes | 1 comments
Guide to the main cruise ports in the Caribbean
Published by Ross Fraser 85 months ago in Caribbean | +0 votes | 1 comments
Playa Pesquero Hotel was opened by Fidel Castro himself in 2003. Is it the best all-inclusive resort in Cuba?
Published by Tom Samworth 86 months ago in Caribbean | +3 votes | 0 comments
This Edenic island of Moorea, only 12 miles across the Sea of the Moon from Tahiti, is a visual roller coaster of needle-sharp peaks and plunging valleys filigreed with green.
Published by Athena Goodlight 91 months ago in Caribbean | +14 votes | 5 comments
Federico Garcia Lorca called the place "The lost Paradise of the Moors". I invite you to visit the amazing buildings and lovely gardens where you can hear the water running.
Published by Francois Hagnere 95 months ago in Caribbean | +9 votes | 13 comments
For a compact country only 180 miles long and less than 70 miles wide, Belize packs a pirateÂ’s ransom of adventure and romance into a stunningly varied island.
Published by ecapz 97 months ago in Caribbean | +3 votes | 3 comments
Nature seems to have surpassed itself when she created the chain of islands known as St. Vincent and Grenadines.
Published by ecapz 97 months ago in Caribbean | +2 votes | 0 comments
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