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This island is the birthplace of reggae music, all-inclusive resorts, Bob Marley and more. Jamaica presents a magnificent palette of experiences, a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds that make it the most precious jewel of the Caribbean.
The weather is beautiful year-round in Jamaica. Peak season is December to April, so you can expect the highest prices during this time.
English and Patois
Take a Bamboo Raft Ride on the Martha Brae River
Enjoy some Jamaican cuisine or partake in the Cliff diving at Rick’s Cafe
Take a sunset catamaran cruise
Climb Dunn’s River Falls
Snorkel the coral reefs in Montego Bay Marine Park
It is the second largest caribbean island and the most diverse country, situated just two hours south of Miami, less than fours from New York and eight from most European cities. Known for warm and hospitable people, Dominican Republic is a destination like no other, featuring astounding nature, intriguing history, and rich culture.
December through March is peak tourist season, boasting the most pleasant weather. Summer is the warmest, rainiest, and most humid.
Spanish & Haitian Creole
Sample some award winning restaurants & soak up the culture in Santo Domingo
Visit the Damajaqua Cascades 27 waterfalls
Whale watching in Samana Bay
Outdoor adventure, parasailing, glass-bottom boat tours and other activities are available at the famous
Take a Cable Car up the Isabel de Torres mountain in Puerto Plata
Barbados may be just a speck on the world map but it has made its mark on the global scale as one of the leading tourist destinations in the Caribbean. The former British colony is highly regarded for its breezy ambiance, gorgeous beaches, and striking natural attractions.
December to April is the peak/high season. A major plus during this season is the temperatures are milder and less humid.
English and Bajan Patois
Visit Harrison’s Cave, a breathtaking underground cave with bubbling streams and thundering waterfalls
Enjoy the best local food friday & saturday nights at the Oistins Fish-Fry
Tour Historic Bridgetown and its Garrison - a UNESCO site
Venture out and enjoy the wonders of the Caribbean Sea on a Catamaran Cruise
Take one of the famous rum distillery tours and explore the ancient secrets of one of the greatest distilled spirits in the world, Mount Gay Rum Distillery
Aruba is known as the One Happy Island. This seventy five square mile island inhabits locals with nearly one hundred different nationalities. This is represented in the food fusion cuisines and the welcoming warmth of each face you meet. Located south of the hurricane belt, it rarely rains on the island. Aruba enjoys warm weather and sunny skies practically year round.
The weather is great all year long. High season falls in December to April due to many visitors escaping the cold for some warmth and sunshine. If you don’t mind the heat, September is a perfect time to visit with less crowds and special travel deals usually offered for this period.
The official languages are Dutch and Papiamento, but English and Spanish are also very widely spoken
See the commanding views of the north coast and sand dunes area atop the ninety foot California Lighthouse
Scuba diving in Aruba is known as one of the main wreck diving destinations in the Caribbean with eleven wrecks and over twenty dive sites.
Tour Conchi aka Natural Pool, remotely located in Arikok National Park and only accessible by a 4 wheel drive.
See Bushiribana Ruins, a 18th century gold smelting operation on the north coast
Watch the sun sink into the Caribbean Sea on a luxury catamaran tour