Caribbean luxury holidays

The Caribbean conjures up images of white sand beaches, clear, warm waters and long lazy days. Whilst these are idyllic and perfectly pleasant impressions, there's actually so much more to islands such as Cuba, Grenada, Jamaica and St Lucia.

With a history full of pirates, colonists, slavery and revolution, the islands have a colourful and complex mix of cultures to discover, whilst on a Caribbean beach holiday or honeymoon, with characters on every island willing to hold forth about the local identity and difference between Anguilla and Antigua, the Bahamas and Barbados or Dominica and the Dominican Republic. Even the beaches are more diverse than the sterotype would have you imagine, with sands shimmering in hues of white, pink, brown and black.

Away from the beach, climb rugged hills, explore dense jungles and watch out for a wealth of birdlife. Slip below the waves to see coral reefs, colourful fish and turtles. Wherever you settle, you'll be able to relax during the day and dance to reggae, salasa and soca in the evenings, coming way from your beach holiday in the Caribbean with much more than just a killer tan.

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Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua's position in the West Indies makes it the gateway to the Caribbean and as such Antigua luxury holidays remain perennially popular. Although passed by the majority of shipping routes, it remains quiet, in part due to the enormous number of beaches to enjoy here; …


Barbados is probably the most developed of all the Caribbean islands, yet it retains a distinct character and is resolutely West Indian. Although the beaches are brilliant and rival those elsewhere, the variety of other attractions and things to do are what mark this …


With its powdery pink beaches, colonial charm and cerulean waters teeming with fish, Bermuda is proof that good things come in small packages. The North Atlantic isle, which is ideal for a luxury holiday, avoids the hustle and bustle of the Caribbean, which lies more …


Cuba is brazen and beautiful, daring and decisive - and surely one of the world's most recognisable countries, its influence stretching far beyond the Caribbean. Whether it's Cuba's revolutionary politics, recalled in the gaze of Che Guevara, or its fizzling culture - …


One large island and two smaller ones make up Grenada, a quiet corner of the region that's rarely on people's radar when it comes to considering Caribbean holidays. Grenada holidays invariably begin on Grenada Island, the largest island and the setting for the vibrant …

St Lucia

St Lucia is the second largest of the Windward Islands. Famed for its spectacular natural beauty, it has long attracted tourists but has battled not to become overdeveloped; bananas are still bigger business than tourism as a result and the West Indian way of life …

Trinidad and Tobago

Located off the coast of Venezuela and made up of two small islands, Trinidad and Tobago are an assault on the senses; soca, calypso and steel pan music provide the permanent beat that the islands pulse to. Trinidad holidays are centred on the capital Port of Spain, a …

Turks and Caicos

The tropical dream of a deserted Caribbean getaway is realised in the Turks and Caicos. The islands remain quiet and relatively undiscovered despite their proximity to the Bahamas and the USA. People looking for a pirate idyll, perfect beach or superb diving …

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