Browsing: Caribbean

Brrr, it’s getting cold outside! The temperatures are dropping, the days are getting shorter, and keeping warm inside the house has become a top priority. But fortunately for travelers who are seeking a winter vacation, there are destinations where temperatures are well above freezing. 

So, where can you go? Well, there are five continents to choose from that can easily fulfill the two essential components of a good winter getaway: sun and beautiful beaches. Here …

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When travelers think of the most romantic destinations in the world, they always name warm, tropical destinations with sugar-sand beaches and turquoise waters. It’s no wonder: who wants to shiver on a freezing ski slope or trudge through crowded European streets on a charming getaway with their loved one? The Caribbean offers couples plenty of opportunities to find space to be alone and reconnect, and no Caribbean island calls to the passionate at heart more …

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Who comes to love Anguilla? Much is made of the rich and famous who come to this island haven to hide in plain sight, to mingle undisturbed. But for every celebrity, there are the thousands of visitors every year who come for the warm hospitality of the people, the brilliance of the beaches, and the quiet, idyllic return to a more elegant, simple, yet rich existence.

Anguilla is the northernmost of the Leeward Islands. It …

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When you think of Trinidad, the first thing that comes to mind is…Carnival with its spectacular costumes and jump-up calypso, but Trinidad isn’t just about bacchanal and masqueraders, there’s so much more to see year-round.

Pointe a Pierre Wildfowl Trust

The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust is located in South Trinidad. It is an expansive area set on 29 hectares that form a wetland rainforest for wild birds. To visit you need to book in advance. Once …

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From early colonial days to the present, the eastern Caribbean island of Antigua emerged first as a naval base and later a favored port for sailors and seafaring adventurers. Down through the centuries, those changes have included the presence of British admiral Horatio Nelson in the late eighteenth century and, in more recent times, yachting enthusiasts of all levels.

The island’s naval legacy has its origin in the wider conflict and competition across the Caribbean …

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