Anguilla
Anguilla Approximately 16 miles East End to West End and 3 miles at its widest point, Anguilla is flat, low lying and comprised of coral and limestone, covered mostly with rock, sparse scrub oak, few trees and some salt ponds. One main road runs through the center of the island, making Anguilla easy to traverse by car in less than a half an hour. Read More

Bahamas

With more than 700 islands, The Bahamas is more than just turquoise water and white sandy beaches. There is a rich history and culture to keep you intrigued from the Junkanoo celebration on New Providence Island, to the unique rake and scrape music that is truly Bahamian. Read More

Antigua and Barbuda

Known as the island of 365 beaches, exploring one each day of the year in the twin islands of Antigua and Barbuda is a great reason to visit. Barbuda is a eco-traveler’s dream to visit. The beautiful white and pink sand beaches, is protected by miles of coral reefs, which is perfect for snorkeling. The island is also home to the beautiful Frigate birds, with a Frigate bird Sanctuary. Read More

Antigua and Barbuda

Known as the island of 365 beaches, exploring one each day of the year in the twin islands of Antigua and Barbuda is a great reason to visit. Barbuda is a eco-traveler’s dream to visit. The beautiful white and pink sand beaches, is protected by miles of coral reefs, which is perfect for snorkeling. The island is also home to the beautiful Frigate birds, with a Frigate bird Sanctuary. Read More

Aruba

The miles of pristine white beaches, which have been voted as some of the best in the world, compliments for the dry climate that Aruba is known for. The windward shores of the island is graced with Aruba’s renowned fofoti and divi-divi trees, which have been shaped by the Tradewinds. Although the landscape is what will attract visitors to Aruba, the multicultural diversity is what keeps them coming back. Read More

Aruba

The miles of pristine white beaches, which have been voted as some of the best in the world, compliments for the dry climate that Aruba is known for. The windward shores of the island is graced with Aruba’s renowned fofoti and divi-divi trees, which have been shaped by the Tradewinds. Although the landscape is what will attract visitors to Aruba, the multicultural diversity is what keeps them coming back. Read More