Caribbean Holidays and Travel Information
The Caribbean Islands stretch in an arc from south of Florida to the northern tip of Venezuela.
Here lie some of the most beautiful islands, offering everything from lush landscapes to golden coral sand beaches and calm turquoise waters.
Each island has a character of its own, from simple and relaxed, to exotic and sophisticated.
All flight destinations in the Caribbean are possible including flights to Barbados, Antigua, St Lucia + more.
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The Caribbean - Travel
and Flight Information
In order for you to plan your flight or holiday to the Caribbean we have some useful information below.
Holidays to The Caribbean and its Islands
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The Caribbean - Barbados
Barbados is a very popular tropical Caribbean
paradise with real character. The west coast has beautiful sandy beaches
with calm azure waters, such as busy little Paynes Bay, Carlisle Bay and
expansive Sandy Lane with its famous hotel attracting the international
jetset. These areas are perfect for snorkelling, swimming and
watersports, whilst the rugged Atlantic-facing east coast is suited to
surfers and hikers.
The island is generally considered one of the safest
Caribbean islands, the bustling capital Bridgetown and only city is
worth exploring, either along the Bridgetown Boardwalk where the boats
come in, or the Constitution River or pedestrianised Swan St. Sampling
the local seafood and rum is a must.
With average year-round
temperatures of 25°C, and high-end resorts, luxury villas and more
affordable hotels so all budgets are catered for.
The sophisticated West coast has a superb choice of hotels and a good selection of excellent quality restaurants whilst the livelier South coast is know for its popular restaurants, bars and discos at St. Lawrence Gap.
Plenty of day and night activities in all the resort areas. The public beaches are magnificent, but can often be less secluded than on other islands in the Caribbean.
Area: 430 sq km (166 sq mi)
Capital city: Bridgetown (pop 7500)
People: African (90%), English, Scottish & East Indians
Religion: Anglican (50%), Methodist, Moravian
The Caribbean - St Lucia
St Lucia is
island, with lush rainforest and golden beaches, St. Lucia is a popular
destination for honeymooners, backpackers and scuba divers. The striking
Piton Mountains rise from the sea and make for a dramatic beach setting.
An ideal family destination, there are water parks and many options
for water sports. The transitions between French and English control and
military past mean there’s plenty for history buffs, and the capital
Castries has a number of landmarks including the Cathedral of the
Immaculate Conception and Derek Walcott Square.
There are luxury
resorts as well as boutique hotels, self-catering villas and private
guest houses. January to April is the driest period, May is also popular
with those visiting for St. Lucia Jazz, and July for the vibrant
A beautiful verdant isle with lush mountains, tropical forests and the majesty of the volcanic peaks of the Pitons.
St Lucia is a photographers delight, an island that is unspoilt and picturesque. Jazz week in May is not to be missed!
Area: 616 sq km (240 sq mi)
Capital city: Castries (pop 50,000)
People: African (90%), mixed descent (6%), European and East
Language: English & French-based patois
Religion: Roman Catholic (90%), Protestant (7%), Anglican (3%)
The Caribbean - Antigua
Antigua is essence of a vibrant Caribbean
island, with year-round sunshine, sandy coves along its rocky coastline
and turquoise waters. As one of the main hubs in the eastern Carribbean,
it attracts everyone from romantic couples to the jetset and tourists
from the cruise ships which dock in St John’s, the capital.
northwest coast is home to the busy resorts at Dickenson Bay and Runaway
Bay, but for a taste of the highlife visitors can go to the swanky
marina at Jolly Harbour. Its strong historical links to the UK are
evident in cricket ground in the capital, ‘Nelson’s Dockyard’, a quaint
little dockyard and in neighbouring Falmouth Harbour, a relaxed village
with shops and restaurants.
In contrast to bustling Antigua, Barbuda
to the north is low-key with long uninterrupted pink and white sand
beaches protected by barrier reefs stretching for up to 18km (11 miles)
along the southwest coast. Exclusive hotels and cottages in deserted
locations have private beaches, with prices to match. The further small
island of Redonda is uninhabited.
Antigua is a treasure trove of 365 picturesque coves and palm fringed bays, with fine sand, blue seas and some of the best watersports in the Caribbean.
Antigua's beaches are absolutely stunning, sea bathing is excellent and the climate idyllic with less rain than on most other islands in the Caribbean.
Area: Antigua, 108 sq mi (280 sq km)
Capital city: St John's
Language: English and English-based patois
Religion: Anglican Church (about 50%), Roman Catholic, Moravian
The Caribbean - Flight Information
You can choose to fly with British Airways, BWIA, Virgin Atlantic and other scheduled Airlines, or you may wish to choose to fly by charter flights with any of the major UK tour operators.
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