A friendly welcome and tranquil vibe are just a few of the things making these islands so special. Untouched, largely unspoilt, with magnificent beaches and an underwater paradise…

Unblemished and peaceful, the sailing capital of the Caribbean is the British Virgin Islands with truly breathtaking beaches, where goats and cows compete with cars on narrow lanes. St Kitts and Nevis offer far off-the-beaten track tourism. Old plantation houses are now fine hotels, and old style charm is entwined with ramshackle sugar mills and tropical rainforest. The Grenadines offers a string of pearl islands, crystal clear waters, deserted cays and abundant reeflife. The ‘Robinson Crusoe’ island of Tobago with timeless charm is encircled by colourful coral gardens. The beguiling island of Anguilla boasts some of the region’s best diving, sensational beaches and a unique, laid back charm.

The shallow seas of the Bahamas host over 700 cays, a cosmopolitan atmosphere with colonial charm and top class casinos.

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