If you love hiking and diving, and you'd rather spend a quiet evening than party all night, this is the place for you.
An experience like no other, especially if you visit it during Trinidad's Carnival, a true explosion of colour and music.
Very similar with the south of France, but with a twist of Caribbean, this island will enchant you with its 22 white sandy beaches.
The largest of the Cayman Islands, with a unique natural beauty and rich flora and fauna.
The most developed island of Turks and Caicos Islands, rapidly becoming a hot spot destination.
The administrative and political capital of the Turks & Caicos Islands is blessed with miles of sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
The capital island of the British Virgin Islands offers its visitors peace and quiet, great beaches and a wide range of activities.
The Grenadines are the dozen or so small islands and countless islets, south of Saint Vincent.
Cayo Guillermo is an islands in Cuba, dedicated completely to tourism, with no Cuban residents living here.
Varadero is a relatively exclusive part of Cuba, abundant with private hotels, gorgeous beaches and the country's only full golf course.
A tiny village on Cuba's western coast, well known for its diving and snorkeling opportunities.
Saint Martin is an island in the Caribbean, split between French Guadeloupe and the Dutch Netherlands Antilles.