The Caribbean offers the traveller a huge range of options, depending on whether your taste is for simple relaxation on a beach, sailing, fishing, diving, snorkelling, birdwatching, cricket, exploring local history and culture, fine dining or world class shopping. We are experts in tailoring our clients’ journeys to ensure that you make the right choice of island, resort and accommodation to fulfil your dreams.

For those seeking luxury and sophistication, Barbados is a vibrant and cosmopolitan island renowned for its luxury hotels, spas, boutiques and exceptional restaurants. The French island of St Barths is also a chic destination highly recommended for both lazy and active sun-lovers and those who relish fine dining. Antigua is perfect for beach lovers, sailors, underwater explorers and history enthusiasts, with world class resorts and spas, while the much-visited Dominican Republic boasts lush rainforests, mangrove lagoons, waterfalls and the highest mountains in the Caribbean, along with many idyllic beaches and golf resorts.

The Spice Island of Grenada has a wealth of beaches and dive sites, as well as many natural wonders and a thoroughly laid-back vibe. The British Virgin Islands are the world’s charter boat capital, with many uninhabited islands offering peace and seclusion. The Turks and Caicos islands are simply one of the best beach destinations in the world, and a hotspot for both novice and advanced divers. St Vincent and the Grenadines also offer outstanding sailing and diving, and the chance to relax in the many private villas on the legendary island of Mustique.

For nature lovers seeking a destination well off the normal tourist trail, Dominica offers a unique combination of pristine tropical rain forests, volcanoes, waterfalls and beaches, while The Bahamas offer contrasting experiences of their own: from the golf courses, water parks, casinos, spas and restaurants of Nassau/Paradise Island, to the slower-paced Out Islands popular with sailors, divers and birdwatchers.


Located in the middle of the Leeward Islands, roughly 17 degrees north of the equator, Antigua has an idyllic climate... Find out more


The beautiful island of Barbados, located in the Lesser Antilles and surrounded by the turquoise Caribbean sea, is a foremost... Find out more


Dominica, pronounced Domineeka, is a small island nation only 26 miles long by 19 miles wide roughly halfway between Antigua... Find out more


The Dominican Republic occupies a little more than half of the large island of Hispaniola, and is a Spanish-speaking farming... Find out more


Grenada is the southern-most of the Windward Islands and is known as the Spice Island of the Caribbean because of... Find out more


St. Lucia, located in the eastern Caribbean, is a beautiful and enchanting island known for its stunning natural landscapes, vibrant... Find out more


St Barths – officially the Collectivité territoriale de Saint-Barthélemy – is an overseas collectivity of France. This volcanic island, encircled... Find out more


St Vincent and the Grenadines is a nation of 32 small islands, nine of which are inhabited, situated between St... Find out more


The Turks and Caicos islands are located 50 miles south of The Bahamas. This tropical paradise is made up of... Find out more

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