Carribean

The Carribean is one of the most diverse continents you can visit. It has a deep-rooted history and is a melting pot of cultures from all over the world. There is no end to the architecture, culture, and history unique to each country. Climate varies from warm sunny beaches along the Mediterranean to the snowy Alps, perfect for a winter ski vacation. 

Jamaica

The third largest island in the Caribbean and known for its  mountains, rainforests, reef-lined beaches, and fantastic bites. Jamaica is famed as the birthplace of reggae music, and its capital Kingston is home to the Bob Marley Museum, dedicated to the famous singer. 

Cuba

Cuba is located in the northern Caribbean where the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean meet. Cuba’s complicated with a colourful history and people are really wanting to head to this island. Be sure to head to Havana where the capital seems to be frozen in an old era and get your fill of mojitos in the bumping nightclubs. If lounging the day away is on your forte head to the white sands just east of the city in Cojimar. Either way, Cuba will become a big check off the bucket list.

Aruba

Aruba is a gem-shaped island part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the mid-south of the Caribbean Sea. The turquoise sea and cooled by trade winds, Aruba is the happy home to constant sunshine and powdery-soft white-sand beaches. Aruba is also alive with sights, sounds and culinary delights that are very unique and found on no other Caribbean island. Friendly people are eager to welcome and embrace you while discovering the natural wonders, relaxing, or bringing your wild side out.

 

British Islands and US Virgin

The British Virgin Islands are a British Overseas territory while the U.S. Virgin Islands are a territory of the United States. Both Islands provide delicious food, luxurious accommodations and a wealth of leisure and entertainment options. The US Virgin Islands are more commercialized, have nice beaches, have more nightlife, chain resorts and some villas for rents, and are much more crowded. The British Virgin Islands are low key, have a wealthier economy, many privately owned villas and hotels for rent, not much nightlife, no chain restaurants/shops/hotels, beautiful beaches, less crowded. Either Island you can’t go wrong!

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