1. Summer is the cheapest time of year to go
Accommodation rates are lower in the summer and early autumn, as Jamaica’s peak season is January to March. Yes, there’s a chance of showers, but these are usually over fairly quickly.
You can also enjoy events such as the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival (29 May to 5 June, 2016) and Reggae Sumfest at Montego Bay (17 to 23 July, . . . → Read More: Butler and Lloyd’s top 8 reasons to visit Jamaica this summer
Annie and Philip Clift of Petite Anse Hotel in Grenada have always been avid wildlife fans. Having spent 10 years running a charter boat company in the British Virgin Islands, they often found themselves surrounded by birdlife, whales and dolphins as they sailed with guests between the sun drenched islands of the sparkling Caribbean Sea.
Several years later and the Clift’s latest venture is Petite Anse Hotel. . . . → Read More: Petite Anse Hotel in Grenada Donates 7 Nights plus Leatherback Turtle Experience For Dolphins
A retreat for all water sport lovers in the Maldives
If you are looking for a family holiday that is full of fun and frolics, you must head for Vilu Reef & Spa Resort in SE Asian country of Maldives. This ancient island that makes you feel like Robinson Crusoe is situated inside the remote Nilandhe Atoll and you can get here in a 35 minute seaplane . . . → Read More: A retreat for all water sport lovers in the Maldives
Ricky Munday rides in the uphill struggle for Haiti tourism
Working in an organisation like the Red Cross is a wonderful experience which provides the unique chance of supporting near helpless people.
Ricky Munday, a Scottish aid worker and adventurer has announced that he is in the final stages of his preparation for participating in the Haiti Ascent Mountain Bike Stage race taking place on 1-2 February . . . → Read More: Ricky Munday rides in the uphill struggle for Haiti tourism
Though vastly over-used, the word ‘idyllic’ surely applies to the British Virgin Island of Jost Van Dyke. Apart from just enough bars, restaurants and shops to serve the handful of locals and far more numerous tourists, crass development has passed the island by. The best theory as to why this is so may be its size (only about 3 square miles), but perhaps it’s luck or . . . → Read More: Idyllic is the only word to describe Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands
St. Thomas is a major contender in leading cruise ports around the globe and that doesn’t really come as a surprise as the island caters for the vast majority of it’s visitors. The island really is the picture perfect place to grab your clubs and have a game of golf or maybe purchase some fine china or unique jewellery at the duty free mall. If not, then possibly . . . → Read More: The cruise port of St Thomas
Holiday like the Kardashians in the Dominican Republic
If you have ever fancied holidaying like a Kardashian, the Ministry of Tourism for the Dominican Republic is now offering you the chance to do exactly that.
They are running a competition for a stay at Casa de Campo, the luxurious resort that is situated on the Dominican’s golden south east coast at La Romana.
The Dominican Republic is one . . . → Read More: Holiday like the Kardashians in the Dominican Republic
One of the most popular destinations for cruises, the Caribbean is an exotic and diverse location which offers passengers plenty of spectacular destinations. Credited with offering holidaymakers the chance to visit numerous locations in a single trip, cruises are the ultimate choices for those who want to get the best value from their holidays. But what destinations are guaranteed to please in the Caribbean?
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Here are 5 tips to help you make the most out of your holiday in St Lucia.
1. Don’t just stay in the one place. Even if you love where you’re staying, make sure to visit other parts of the island. There are some very different sights, tastes and experiences to enjoy, so don’t miss out. Check out arrangements between hotels – some, like the Cap Maison . . . → Read More: Holidays to St Lucia: 5 Top Tips