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October 24, 2020

#Hamilton #Bermuda JESS@FriendsTravel.com

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#Hamilton, #Bermuda |

Cut the bottoms off your jeans and grab a rum swizzle – we’re going to Bermuda. The colorful, breezy capital of this island paradise may not have been named after the Broadway hit, but it’s still a showstopper in its own right. Slow-paced and relaxed, this tiny city is like a battery for the weary traveler, giving them a rejuvenating boost of sea air and tranquil hideaways.


Fun Fact:
In August 2020, Bermuda opened applications for their “Work from Bermuda” visa program. The 12-month program is aimed at attracting professionals who are working remotely to work from the island instead.



#Hamilton, #Bermuda Location
N 32.29° / E 64.79°
Many moons ago, when I worked for a major international airlines in NYC, friends and I would pop down to Bermuda for the weekend. The clean air, the truly amazing beaches, were perfect to take the weeks stress away. Two hours!  I know some great out-of-the-way places to stay if one does not want to be in one of the big hotels.


Year-Round
Bermuda is one of those rare places that is gorgeous year-round, which you think would make planning a trip easy. But with the multitude of events that take place throughout the year, it’s hard to pick just one time to visit. Many people prefer the winter off-season when the weather is cooler and there are fewer crowds. But the summer holds plenty of fun activities, like the Harbour Nights street festival, LIV Bermuda, or one of several sailing events. JESS@FriendsTravel.com 24|7|365 for your travel plans

#Bermuda |

Sending Out an SOS
There’s a good reason Bermuda has long been the source of superstition. More than 300 ships have wrecked off its coast over the past few centuries, leaving their metal remains for fish and #scuba #divers to find. You can strap on a mask and swim out to these wrecks for some fantastic underwater views. If #scuba #diving isn’t your thing, hop on a hydrobike and cruise out to a shipwreck while staying safely above the water.  #DiveBermuda


#HamiltonBermuda | #AtlanticOcean

Why is the Rum Always Gone?
The streets of Hamilton are a clash of pastel pinks and blues that will charm the Bermuda shorts right off you. Spend the day wandering the quaint back alleys, stopping into a few art galleries or boutiques for a little shopping, or just enjoying the adorable architecture. Don’t forget to wave to the town crierwhile you’re walking around. When your feet get tired, stop in a restaurant to try one of Bermuda’s specialty drinks: a dark and stormy or a rum swizzle. Or, when in doubt, grab a bottle of Gosling’s or Bacardi rum (both headquartered in Hamilton) and mix your own tropical potion. BUT do not drink and drive!



#AdmiraltyHousePark |
If All Your Friends Jumped Off a Cliff…
Would you join them! Maybe if you were in Hamilton! Cliff diving is a popular pastime in Bermuda, and if you’re daring enough you might just want to join in. One of the best places to try it out is at Admiralty House Park. Remember to always be safe and cautious, and don’t go jumping off any old cliff you find. Ask a local before you take that leap to make sure you’re jumping from a safe spot. Never ever Never jump alone. Always have a cell phone that has reception, just in case of any mishap.



#BermudaBeaches |

Another Day, Another Beach
You’d be hard-pressed to find a top 10 list without at least one Bermuda beach on it. The most famous and popular beach is #HorseshoeBay, with #TobaccoBay and #ElbowBeach coming in closely behind. With #pink #sand and #blinding #turquoise #water, it’s not too hard to see why these are the favorites. But if you do plan a beach trip, take some time to explore the island and find your own hidden cove to avoid crowds and relax in peace.



@conorouterbridge
CONOR’S DISCOVERY

“I was born and raised in Bermuda and have lived there my whole life. I take my camera out almost every day but my favourite days are when I go shoot with all my friends at the beach, either surfing, skim boarding, or free diving. My other favourite time was when I got to shoot pictures of whales with my drone off the beach on which I live!”

Make sure you take necessary batteries, chargers and memory cards!


Art Mels – Spicy Dicy |

I Shall Call Him #Squishy
You can’t escape Bermuda without trying a famous #fish #sandwich. The traditional recipe is deep-fried fish fillets with tartar sauce and “the works” which include lots of hot sauce and coleslaw. #ArtMel’s has one of the best takes on this local favorite, but several other restaurants have their own version that you’] will want to check out.


#Bermuda #HamiltonPrincess & Beach Club |

That Princess Life
We’ll just come out and say it…traveling to Bermuda ain’t cheap. So if you’ve been saving your pennies to make this trip happen, might as well enjoy yourself. Luckily, that’s not too difficult in Bermuda. From lavish resorts (like the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club) to trendy boutique hotels (like the Royal Palms Hotel), to quaint inns and bed and breakfasts (looking at you Kingston House), you won’t have any trouble finding a place to fall into bed at night.


#BermudaDreaming |

Be Prepared
Did you know that tourists have some pretty crazy restrictions in Bermuda! Pay attention, because these will affect your travel plans. First, when you are planning a trip to Bermuda make sure you have a return or onward ticket. Visitors can not enter the country on a one-way ticket without proof of plans to leave. Second, tourists are not allowed to rent cars. There are no rental cars on the island, so be prepared to catch a taxi or rent alternate transportation, like a #moped or the super cute #Twizy. Wear a helmet even if an experienced moped rider. When driving in Bermuda, you drive on the #left hand side of the road – so keep this in mind! Driving Side: … in Bermuda the driving convention is on the #LEFT such as in countries like the #UK, #Japan, #India and #Australia.


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October 18, 2020

Low fares to Mexico and the Caribbean

Filed under: Caribbean — caribbeanwithfriendstravel @ 2:02 am

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October 17, 2020

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Discover Our #Friends and #Family #Friendly #Resort In #Saint #Lucia
A magnificent island escape is waiting to welcome you to Saint Lucia. Stay at the inviting Bay Beach Resort & Spa and experience a true adventure, relaxation, and refreshment all in one place.

Mingling business and pleasure is easy at Bay Beach Resort & Spa, with complimentary access to our business centre and well-equipped meeting rooms and venues for your next event. #Brides and #Grooms will be pleased to have the use of our #elegant #wedding #gazebo and arch. And of course, seekers of pure relaxation won’t want to miss the chance for a pampering escape to the luxurious #Spa and #Salon.

Don’t wait – plan your St. Lucia getaway to an unforgettable destination in paradise at Bay Beach Resort & Spa.


Deluxe Garden View
Located conveniently near the main lobby area, wake up to a view of lush tropical gardens. Complete with a private furnished patio, this accommodation sleeps up to four, with the option of one king bed or two queen beds.


Deluxe Pool View
Available with one king bed or two queen beds, the Deluxe Pool View Rooms are situated around the lagoon-style pool, open to the fresh island air. Luxuriate in the sight of our beautiful resort from your own private patio.

Deluxe Beach Front
Boasting Magnificent Ocean Views let this room beckon you to a day on Reduit Beach each morning of your stay. This spacious room sleeps four comfortably, and guests can choose one king bed or two queen beds.

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#StLucia, #Caribbean paradise. The hotel has 87 rooms in total. Available for a ‘buy out’ for a #DestinationWedding or other kind of #Friends and #Family event, #IncentiveGroup or on individual rooms basis. #DiscountAirfares First Business Coach USA to #StLucia

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The pleasures are many at our #Friends and #Family-friendly resort in the heart of St. Lucia’s Rodney Bay. Enjoy on-site dining at Restaurant and or Beach Bar & Restaurant. Stay active in our fitness centre, take a dip in our stunning lagoon-style swimming pool and Jacuzzi; or seek thrills at Splash Island Water Park, the largest outdoor water entertainment complex in St. Lucia.

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#FriendsTravel Caribbean Vacations JESS Kalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com 24|7|365

June 4, 2020

#CaribbeanVacations #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

Filed under: Caribbean — caribbeanwithfriendstravel @ 2:52 am
Carriacou Island, Grenada
Carriacou Island, #Grenada

As travel was abruptly put on hold earlier this year, recent signs of reopenings and restrictions lifting around the world have given sun chasers everywhere a sign of hope that lounging on a white sandy beach while looking out at shimmering turquoise water may not be too far off.

Specifically, the Caribbean islands have laid out their plans for a “new normal” among locals as well as welcoming back visitors after being forced to take a pause as the coronavirus pandemic swept across the globe.

In the interim, many islands — like Aruba and Saint Lucia — took the virtual alternative and provided dreamy beach island vibes online, but we all know that nothing can replace the real thing. Below is each island’s reopening plan along with the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus each has recorded since the beginning of the outbreak, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Anguilla

Number of cases: 3

The British overseas territory has closed its #Anguilla airport and ports until at least June 30, according to the UK government. For locals, however, restrictions started to lift on April 30, allowing up to 25 people to gather while practicing social distancing, according to the COVID-19 guidelines.

The island, which has been named the best in the Caribbean by Travel + Leisure readers several years in a row, is known for its scenic hiking, sea turtles, and bird life.

Antigua and Barbuda

Number of cases: 26

#Antigua and #Barbuda opened its borders on June 1 in a phased plan that includes reopening the international airport, according to the government. Visitors are required to wear a mask in all public places. Additionally, visitors must take a COVID-19 test 48 hours prior to arrival and be able to present documentation of negative results. If they’re unable to do so they must pay for a test locally or agree to quarantine at a hotel for 14 days.

This follows the islands’ mitigation efforts in which residents were told not to leave home except for food and emergency supplies, and beaches were closed.

Aruba

#Aruba, a territory of the #Netherlands, expects to reopen its borders between June 15 and July 1, according to the Aruba Tourism Authority. On May 25, the island allowed outdoor restaurants to reopen but remains under a nightly curfew.

Aruba has implemented a cleaning and hygiene certification program for tourism-related businesses to reassure tourists when they do return. This includes extra cleaning during tasks like handling luggage as well as plexiglass barriers at desks and the use of digital keys.

In the meantime, the island is offering a dose of wanderlust from home with a virtual tour, including a 30-minute calming video of the sights and sounds of Aruba.

Bahamas

Number of cases: Just over 100

The #Bahamas hopes to reopen to commercial travel on July 1, according to the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation, with visitors only able to go to the islands where COVID-19 has been contained (including Cat Island and Abaco). Currently, international arrivals are restricted and many resorts and hotels are closed to international travelers.

On June 2, the Bahamas allowed non-essential storefront businesses to open on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on certain islands, including Grand Bahama, as part of Phase 3 of its reopening plan, according to the Office of the Prime Minister. Restaurants, however, are still limited to curbside pickup and delivery, and other facilities remain closed.

Barbados

Number of cases: 92

#Barbados requires all arriving passengers to quarantine for 14 days, according to the U.S. Embassy in Barbados.

On June 1, the island reopened retailers, parks, and dining in restaurants, according to the Barbados Government Information Service. A day later, the island opened beaches from 5 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., but picnicking was still banned. Businesses that open are required to implement health protocols, including temperature checks.

Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

Number of cases: 7

Borders for the #Dutch islands are currently closed, and the #Bonaire airport will remain closed through at least June 15. On #SintEustatius, restaurants and bars were allowed to reopen with capacity restrictions on May 29, and hotels can open but leisure flights are still restricted. #Saba’s borders remain closed as well, but the island lifted its “lock-down” order on May 11, according to the U.S. Consulate General in #Curacao.

The British Virgin Islands

Number of cases: 8

The #British overseas territory will reopen its borders in June for returning residents and citizens who will each be subject to a 14-day quarantine, according to the Government of the #Virgin Islands. The islands have a nightly curfew, according to the UK government. Beaches, however, are open from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Cayman Islands

Number of cases: 150

Airports in the #Cayman Islands, a British overseas territory, will remain closed for international leisure and non-essential travel until at least Sept. 1, according to the Cayman Islands government. Seaports will remain shut as well.

Currently, the island has a strict nightly curfew. Beach access is limited to certain days, based on the letter of people’s last names, and exercise is limited to groups of two people for up to two hours. People have to wear face masks in public places, and shopping at supermarkets is staggered based on people’s last names.

Cuba

Cuba

Number of cases: Just under 3,000

#Cuba has closed its airport until at least June 30, according to the U.S. Embassy in Havana. Southwest Airlines had initially said it planned to start flying from Tampa to Havana on June 7, but the airport will still be closed. In addition, American Airlines has said it will start operating flights to the island on July 7, The Miami Herald reported.

While U.S. citizens are not allowed to travel to Cuba for tourism, they are allowed to legally travel there under several criteria, including “Support for the Cuban People,” which requires that travelers have a “full-time schedule” of activities that “enhance contact with the Cuban people, support civil society in Cuba, or promote the Cuban people’s independence from Cuban authorities.”

Curaçao

Number of cases: 20

The #Curaçao International Airport is closed to arriving passengers, according to The Curaçao Tourist Board. Additionally, while Curaçao, a territory of the Netherlands, has lifted its “Shelter in Place” order, the island still has a nightly curfew. Restaurants have reopened for dine-in, but groups larger than 25 people are not allowed.

Dominica

Number of cases: 18

#Dominica has closed its borders to commercial and private flights or boats, according to the U.S. Embassy in Barbados. The country also has a curfew in place at night.

Dominican Republic

Number of cases: More than 17,700

The #DominicanRepublic has closed its borders to land, sea, or air arrivals, according to the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism. Additionally, masks are required in all public places and a curfew is in place at night, according to the U.S. embassy there.

Grenada

Number of cases: 23

#Grenada is looking at June 30 as a possible date for re-opening its borders, according to its prime minister. In order to do so, he said procedures have to be in place, including ensuring hotels have sanitation protocols. Charter flights, however, may resume earlier than that.

Grenada remains under a state of emergency, according to NOW Grenada, but beaches are accessible during morning hours.

Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe

Number of cases: 162

The quarantine on the #French island was lifted on May 11, the #Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board shared with Travel + Leisure, but the island still remains closed to tourism.

In the meantime, you can virtually dive into the sights and sounds of Guadeloupe through the tourism board’s dreamy Instagram stories.

Haiti

Number of cases: More than 2,200

On June 2, Airlines was authorized to fly from Port au Prince to Fort Lauderdale, according to the U.S. Embassy in #Haiti, which added it was unaware of “any flights from Haiti to the United States after June 02 or if any flights will be authorized in the future.”

In March, the country shut its land border with the Dominican Republic and suspended flights from several areas, including Europe and Canada, according to the Miami Herald. There is a nightly curfew in place.

Jamaica

Jamaica
Aerial view of Pellen Island in Jamaica.

Number of cases: More than 580

Order in Place: #Jamaica allowed most people to return to work on June 1 and bars have been allowed to reopen with capacity restrictions, according to the Jamaica Tourist Board. A nightly curfew, however, remains in place.

While the Jamaica Information Service has said protocols are being reviewed to reopen tourism, Southwest has said it intends to resume flights from Baltimore and Orlando to Montego Bay on June 7.

Martinique

Number of cases: 200

All arriving passengers to the #French island of #Martinique, except for those from Guadeloupe, must quarantine for 14 days, according to the Prefecture of Martinique. Additionally, the island has a nightly curfew in place, according to the U.S. Embassy in Barbados.

On March 23, the island closed the airport to most international flights, as well as canceled scheduled cruise stops, the Martinique Tourism Authority noted.

Montserrat

Number of cases: 11

 The #British overseas territory has a nightly curfew and gatherings are limited to four people or less, according to the UK government. On May 22, the government of #Montserrat allowed restaurants to open for delivery or take-out services and for salons to reopen for appointments.

Puerto Rico

tourist stands on a beach in Puerto Rico

Number of cases: More than 3,900

Order in Place: #PuertoRico started reopening businesses and public areas like beaches for exercise and restaurants with capacity restrictions on May 26. While the island’s phased reopening has started, a nightly curfew remains in effect and face masks are mandatory in public.

All visitors to the island may be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days, regardless of symptoms and all commercial flights are being diverted to San Juan, according to Discover Puerto Rico. Rapid COVID-19 testing is also being offered there. Additionally, hotels on the island remain open, but amenities like pools are closed.

St. Barthélemy

Number of cases: 6

This island, commonly known as #StBarts, had a deconfinement plan in place from May 11 to June 1, which allowed people to be in public spaces if social distancing was observed, according to the U.S. Embassy in Barbados.

But if you can’t get to the beautiful island right now, you can feel like you’re there with a creative Zoom background (just don’t forget a glass of French wine to go with it).

St. Kitts and Nevis

Number of cases: 15

The border of #SaintKitts and Nevis is currently closed to international travel, according to the Prime Minister.

Additionally, the island has a nightly curfew and while residents can check out the beach, they have to do so during early morning weekday hours only, according to the U.S. Embassy in Barbados. Face masks are required in public areas.

Sint Maarten

Number of cases: 77

 The #Dutch territory is currently closed to tourism and is “very much dependent on the health situation of other countries COVID-19 to be under control before we can feel comfortable opening our borders to the world and traveling Public,” according to the Prime Minister.

On May 11, #SintMaarten lifted its “shelter-in-place” order, according to the U.S. Consulate General in Curacao, but a nightly curfew remains in effect.

St. Martin

Number of cases: 41

Like its #Dutch counterpart, #SintMaarten, there are no commercial flights to get to the French side of the island.

St. Lucia

Pigeon Beach, Saint Lucia

Number of cases: 18

#SaintLucia started welcoming visitors back to the island on June 4, requiring them to show proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within 48 hours of boarding a flight. Visitors will also have to wear face masks and health authorities could conduct temperature checks on arriving passengers. In addition, the island is requiring hotels to apply for a COVID-19 certificate from the government that addresses several safety protocols like cleaning measures and enforcing social distancing.

Businesses on Saint Lucia have been allowed to reopen, but they must have protocols in place for social distancing and disinfecting surfaces.

And if you can’t get there immediately, you can virtually escape to the islandthrough an Instagram mini-series.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Number of cases: 26

While #SaintVincent and the #Grenadines’ airport remains open, there are no commercial flights, according to the U.S. Embassy in Barbados. All people arriving from several countries, including the U.S., are subject to a 14-day quarantine.

Trinidad and Tobago

Number of cases: 117

#Trinidad and #Tobago entered Phase 2 of its reopening plan in May, according to the U.S. Embassy there. While street vendors have been allowed to resume and restaurants are open for take-out, dine-in is not. Additionally, outdoor exercise is allowed, but face masks must be worn.

Turks and Caicos Islands

#Turks and Caicos plans on reopening to tourists on July 22, utilizing new protocols for things like personal protective equipment and training, which officials said will be detailed in the coming weeks. The Grand Turk Cruise Center, however, will remain closed until August 31.

The British overseas territory initially closed its borders in March, shutting the airport to both regional and international flights and closing seaports, according to the government. There is currently a nightly curfew in place on the islands, face masks are required to be worn in public places, and on June 5, Turks and Caicos will allow retail businesses to reopen. Restaurants are expected to reopen on July 6.

United States Virgin Islands

Number of cases: 70

The U.S. Virgin Islands reopened to tourists on June 1 with rules in place for cleaning and housekeeping protocols as well as taxis. While the island is now welcoming visitors, however, the U.S. territory remains under a state of emergency through July 11. #USVI

People on the island are required to wear masks when entering a business, gatherings are limited to 10 people, and bars and restaurants are limited to 50 percent capacity restrictions, according to the territory.

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May 23, 2020

#CaribbeanIslandsVacations #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

When you are dreaming of a vacation made up of palm trees, white-sand beaches, and turquoise waters, look no further than the Southern Caribbean islands. Located south of the Dominican Republic, these islands consists of exclusive and exotic destinations that appeal to any type of traveler.

The Southern Caribbean is made up of the islands of #Aruba, #Bonaire, #Curaçao, #Barbados, #StLucia, #Grenada, #StVincent and the #Grenadines, #Dominica, and #Martinique.

The ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao) are a popular family destination with a variety of restaurants, bars, and hotels. Other islands, such as Grenada and Dominica, are full of national parks, rainforests, and outdoor adventures.

One of the greatest draws of the Southern Caribbean region is that most of its islands fall outside of the hurricane belt in the Caribbean, so you will likely avoid a major storm during your vacation.

These are some of the best Southern Caribbean islands to visit during your next getaway.

Aruba

Beautiful aerial view of white beach in Aruba

Aruba

Considered the sunniest island in the Caribbean, Aruba is the perfect place to visit year round, as it has the least amount of rainy days on average than any of the other surrounding islands.

Known for its mix of sandy stretches of coastline near #Oranjestad, Aruba also has plenty of natural wonders to explore, like rock pools, caves, and volcanic lava formations.

Bonaire

One of the main attractions of Bonaire is the Bonaire National Marine Park, a treasure trove for scuba divers who are interested in exploring one of the world’s largest reef ecosystems.

If you don’t have your scuba certification, experience the wonders of the park by snorkeling, booking a boat tour, and engaging in other fun water activities by the reef.

White sand Te Amo Beach in Bonaire

Te Amo Beach, Bonaire

You can also cycle along the coastline, spend a relaxing day on Te Amo Beach (a.k.a. “I Love You” Beach), windsurf at Lac Bay, or spot bright pink flamingos (the island’s official bird) while enjoying lunch by the shore.

Curaçao

Colorful buildings of Willemstad, Curacao at night

Willemstad, Curacao

Stroll along the colorful, #Dutch colonial-style buildings that line the #Handelskade waterfront and visit the Willemstad city center (a #UNESCO World Heritage Site) on a vacation to Curaçao.

Adventurers will want to step inside the island’s Hato Caves and marvel at its limestone formations, while animal lovers won’t want to miss visiting one of the island’s 30 aquariums, where you’ll be able to interact with sea lions, swim with stingrays and dolphins, and even feed sharks–if you dare!

Don’t forget to cap off the day with a stop at a local distillery and try a glass of the island’s famous blue Curaçao liqueur, too.

Barbados

Promenade in Bridgetown, Barbados, Southern Caribbean Islands

Bridgetown, Barbados

If you are a rum fan, you will especially enjoy Bridgetown, Barbados, home to the world’s oldest rum distillery. Learn all about the island’s signature liquor on a tour and tasting at Mount Gay Visitors Centre, which has been distilling rum for over 300 years.

When you are looking for a little more activity, take a catamaran out to shore and swim with leatherback turtles in the ocean, or schedule a snorkeling session through a sunken shipwreck. Of course, no one will judge you if you choose to simply enjoy a rum punch while lounging on one of Bridgetown’s beautiful beaches, either.

St. Lucia

The lush green landscape of St. Lucia is distinguished by the Pitons, two impressive volcanic peaks that provide a dramatic backdrop for the entire island. When you visit Castries, the island’s capital, you will find plenty of outdoor adventures to enjoy, like hiking the Piton mountains or driving by an active volcano.

Water flowing on rocks in Sulphur Springs, St. Lucia

Sulphur Springs, St. Lucia

When you are seeking a little more R&R, spend a day relaxing at the luxurious Sugar Beach or take a mud bath at Sulphur Springs, where all of your worries will melt away in one of their therapeutic sulfuric pools. Take the kids to Splash Island, where there are plenty of slides and fun water attractions to keep them busy.

Grenada

You will know you are in Grenada the second you step foot on the island and take a whiff of its scented air. Nicknamed “Spice Island,” Grenada’s major exports include aromatic cloves, ginger, and cocoa, which you can enjoy and learn more about during a spice tour in St. George’s, the island’s major port city.

Beautiful Annandale Falls flowing smoothly in Grenada

Annandale Falls, Grenada

Take a break from swimming in the ocean and head to Annandale Falls, where you can admire the 30-foot high waterfalls and even jump off from the top. Journey down the island’s Grand Etang Rainforest Reserve while lying on a river tube.

Dominica

Emerald Falls surrounded by lush greenery in Dominica

Emerald Falls, Dominica

There is a reason why Dominica is called “Nature Island”. With over 300 waterfalls, tropical forests, mountains, and hot springs, this is the place to go if you are looking for some quality ecotourism.

In the city of Roseau, you can choose any variety of adventures, including hiking up to Boiling Lake, the world’s second-largest hot spring; snorkeling in Champagne Reef, where you’ll be surrounded by fizzy bubbles during your dive; and swimming in the crystal waters of Emerald Pool inside Morne Trois Pitons National Park.

Martinique

Colorful houses in Fort-de-France, Martinique with mountain backdrop

Fort-de-France, Martinique

In Fort-de-France, Martinique, relax on the island’s serene beaches or discover the magic of its tropical rainforest. As the largest city in the French West Indies, Fort-de-France is also one of the best places to try French and Creole cuisine in the Caribbean, and a glass of local rum, too.

History buffs will be thrilled to visit the island’s plantations and military forts, while the sportier types can kayak through mangrove bays.

St. Vincent

Wooden arch in Grenadines Botanic Gardens, St. Vincent

Grenadines Botanic Gardens, St. Vincent

As one of the more underrated islands of the region, St. Vincent possesses all the charm of the Caribbean.

When you visit the capital of Kingstown, you’ll be able to experience the life of a pirate as you board a schooner or catamaran and sail along the coast of the island, spend some quiet time admiring the serene St. Vincent Botanical Gardens, or lay out on one of the island’s unique black-sand beaches.

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Celebrity cruising to the Southern Caribbean islands

A Southern Caribbean cruise is another great way to discover these exotic islands for yourself. Instead of limiting yourself to visiting just one country on your vacation, or having to book multiple trips to and from airports and hotels, a cruise will take you from one dreamy Caribbean destination to another in modern luxury style.

Enjoy indulgent days at sea on a luxury cruise ship and enjoy world-class dining experiences, watch thrilling live shows, and dream the night away in an innovative and stylish stateroom. Caribbean cruiseexcursions make it easy to see the best Southern Caribbean islands and all they have to offer with virtually none of the planning.

Ready to book your dream cruise to the Southern Caribbean Islands! We will assist you to find your perfect itinerary and book your stateroom, airfare, and excursions all in one place. Tell us: who will be traveling. Names as appears on passports. Preferred dates of travel. Home airport city of origin. Prefer just one island and not a cruise, we have the very best packages deals from across the USA to the Caribbean!  #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 EMAIL #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com 24|7|365

May 22, 2020

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Privacy reigns at this exclusive island resort in the Caribbean archipelago of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, where the 135-acre property is the setting for just 43 guest rooms and cottages. All have verandas for taking in the sea and lush garden views, cheerful tropical décor (lots of bamboo, wicker, and bright splashy prints), and woven rattan ceilings. (There’s air-conditioning, but you’ll likely prefer to let the breeze in through the louvered windows.) The beach, with its talcum-soft sand and turquoise shallows, is postcard-perfect, and the massive free-form swimming pool—waterfall-fed and surrounded by boulders (and servers bearing cocktails)—is no slouch, either.

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Buccament Bay Resort is a brand new 5 star hotel in the Caribbean

This 5 star all inclusive luxury beach hotel is located on the stunning Caribbean island of St Vincent, surrounded by lush green mountains and rainforest with a beautiful white sand beach. Buccament Bay Resort is the perfect holiday destination for all the family, offering a variety of activities to cater for all interests, including the Liverpool Football Club Soccer School,

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Hidden lagoons, staggering mountains, European-inspired architecture: The Caribbean’s 7,000-plus islands offer so much more than just gorgeous beaches—although it certainly doesn’t suffer in that department. And while many islands were battered by the 2017 hurricanes and travel to other islands (i.e., Cuba) has been muddled by travel bans, the region is still one of our favorite places to visit on the entire planet. Take a tour of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean, including natural wonders, underwater sites, and some of the world’s dreamiest hotels.

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