Anguilla is an island of white washed villas, pristine beaches and turquoise waters where pelicans play amongst paint-box coloured fishing boats and secluded coves call out for Champagne picnics. Hidden away at the northern tip of the Leeward Islands, Anguilla is a mix of celebrity and traveller, of world class spa and haute cuisine, and of barefoot beach and mellow island life.
This romantic cluster of some 60 islands and cays attracts a high number of repeat visitors, and with exclusivity and luxury as standard, it’s easy to see why people come back time after time. Luxurious resorts, spellbinding spas, pristine white sands and ultramarine waters only confirm the allure. Cool off with a cocktail - perhaps the infamous Painkiller - and then, with suitcases unpacked and beachwear on, you can relax on a hammock strung between two palm trees. Take to the water and you’ll be treated to some of the best sailing in the world, and the region’s protected coral reefs also make for some superb snorkelling and diving.
Situated at the mid-point of the Leeward Islands chain, St Kitts and its stunning sister isle Nevis, separated by just a two mile wide channel, are a romantic blaze of bright blue seas, picture perfect beaches and furrowed volcanic peaks. Cheeky vervet monkeys natter in trees plotting ways to steal fresh fruit, sea turtles swim in gin-clear waters and the scent of mango envelops the islands. St Kitts and Nevis are relatively unknown and still remain largely off the tourist track, which is, of course, a great part of their appeal.
The 32 magical islands of St Vincent & The Grenadines are the photos in your coffee table travel book brought to life, a cluster of barefoot hideaways surrounded by sugar white sands, calm azure seas and natural beauty. You’ll pinch yourself more than once as you fly over the jewel-hued waters towards secluded beaches, unspoilt rainforest and glamorous resorts. This is the place to come for a truly special holiday.
Dolphins frolic in sapphire waters, one of the world’s longest coral reefs is just a short swim from the soft white sands, and sublime luxury hotels are hidden amongst fragrant bougainvillea and hibiscus. This is the Turks and Caicos, a place to live out all your castaway fantasies.
If you want beaches and the ocean views, but you’re also a passionate foodie who loves to try new flavours, cinnamon-scented Grenada could well be the place for you. Twelve degrees north of the equator, this is a sugar and spice island on which to spend lazy days in a hammock sipping on a nutmeg-infused rum punch. Life here is mellow, unrushed and fragrantly seasoned.
From the rum-swilling buccaneers and colonial sugar barons of old, to the modern day jet set playing cat-and-mouse with the paparazzi on board their luxury yachts, Barbados has long enticed adventurers and pleasure seekers to its platinum sands.
Hit the beautiful white sand beaches on the north coast, visit coffee plantations, explore thick rainforest, swim in the astonishing Dunn’s River Falls and explore the verdant peaks of the Blue Mountains.
The jet set crowd has long had a love affair with the understated Caribbean beauty and chic French flavour of St Barths. Effortlessly opulent and undeniably stylish, at just eight square miles the island packs a punch, with white sands, designer boutiques, ...
Step onto Antigua and play Robinson Crusoe, with 365 sweeping beaches – one for every day of the year. Soft white sands couple up with cerulean skies, West Indian flavour meets British colonial charm, the clear Caribbean waters are perfect for swimming and steady trade winds offer calm sailing across to sister island Barbuda’s pink coral sands.
Spanning 750 miles and made up of over 700 exquisite tropical islands, the Bahamas offers a tropical adventure that can be as relaxing or high octane as you want. Whether you choose to bask on picture-perfect beaches, sample the allure of Paradise Island, sail to the dreamy Out Islands, swim with dolphins, or simply sip a Bahama Mama and take it easy.
Renowned as one of the most scenic islands in the West Indies, holidays in St Lucia cannot fail to impress. Whether it’s romance, adventure or family time you’re after, St Lucia has it all.
From Mayan and Aztec ruins and temples, to perfect white sand beaches and lively tropical jungle, this vibrant and colourful destination has so much to offer.
When it comes to St Vincent and the Grenadines, there is more than meets the eye to these magical Caribbean islands… 1. There are over 32 stunning islands and cays that make up St Vincent & The Grenadines. Of these, nine are inhabited. 2. The capital of St Vincent & The Grenadines is Kingstown which
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