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Discover the Rhythm of the Caribbean

The Caribbean has an incredible variety of beautiful islands waiting for you to explore, with so many different ways to experience everything they have to offer! Whether you are looking for a romantic couples-only getaway, adventurous and carefree fun with friends, or a sun-soaked family vacation, the perfect tropical island getaway is ready for you in the Caribbean!

The Caribbean encompasses so many varied islands with different activities, landscapes, and cultures to explore. Because there is such a variety, there’s truly something for everyone in the Caribbean! Here you’ll discover:

- White sand beaches and crystal blue water

- Water sports from snorkeling and scuba diving to sailing

- Lush landscapes of jungles, mountains, and waterfalls

- World-class golf courses

- Land activities ranging from horseback riding to ziplining

- Museums, forts, and historical sites from the Caribbean’s colonial past

- Local markets, shopping areas, restaurants, nightlife, and events

More To Explore

Whatever type of island experience you’re looking for, the Caribbean has an island for you! Each island has its own unique personality, culture, and variety of adventures to discover.


Jamaica is a beautiful island to visit, with everything from miles of white sand beach to lush jungles, mountains, and waterfalls. The island nation is located in the Caribbean Sea, about 90 miles south of Cuba. Jamaica is famed as the birthplace of reggae music, and its capital Kingston is home to the Bob Marley Museum, dedicated to the famous singer.

Average Temperature Range: 75 – 89F (24 – 31C)

The Bahamas

Featuring beautiful white sand beaches and crystal blue waters, the Bahamas are well known as a relaxing island paradise excellent for snorkeling and diving. The Bahamas in total are made up of over 700 islands and cays, many of them uninhabited. The capital city of Nassau is located on the island of New Providence, and other main, inhabited islands include Grand Bahama Island, Exuma, and Eleuthera.

Average Temperature Range: 70 – 85F (21 – 29C)


The Eastern Caribbean island of Barbados is an independent British Commonwealth nation, and the easternmost island of the Western Antilles. The capital of Bridgetown is home to colonial-era architecture, and the mostly flat island is known for its beautiful beaches, botanical gardens, and Harrison’s Cave formation.

Average Temperature Range: 70 – 88F (21 – 31C)

Turks & Caicos

Turks & Caicos is an archipelago of 40 low-lying coral islands in the Atlantic Ocean, and is a British Overseas Territory southeast of the Bahamas. The gateway island of Providenciales, known as Provo, is home to the expansive Grace Bay Beach. The islands are known for their excellent scuba diving sites and vibrant coral reefs.

Average Temperature Range: 80 – 90F (26 – 32C)

Saint Lucia

The Eastern Caribbean island of Saint Lucia is home to volcanic beaches and reef-diving sites on its coast, and rainforests, hot springs, and waterfalls on land. The island’s most well-known landmark is the Pitons, beautiful twin tapered peaks, a remnant of an ancient volcanic eruption. The beautiful beaches, lush landscape, and dramatic mountains prompt some to call Saint Lucia the “Hawaii of the Caribbean.”

Average Temperature Range: 77 – 82F (25 – 28C)


Antigua is one of the two major islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda. Ringed with coral reefs, the island is known for its many sandy beaches. In fact, Antigua has so many beaches that you could almost visit a different one every day of the year!

Average Temperature Range: 75 – 82F (24 – 28C)


Dubbed the “Spice Isle” due to its production of nutmeg, the hilly main island of Grenada is home to numerous nutmeg plantations. It’s also the site of the capital, St. George’s, which is full of colorful homes, Georgian buildings, and early 18th century Fort George overlooking Carnage Harbour.

Average Temperature Range: 75 – 85F (24 – 29C)

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