The Canary Islands offer stunning scenery on the islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria with their fellow islands offering volcanic landscapes, pine forests, amazing secret rocky coves and sand dunes, with a tropical climate throughout the year, you can love the amazing food and local wines.
Tenerife is the NO 1 island for the British tourist, with the mighty Mount Teide waiting to wow and playful resorts like Playa de las Americas serving up fun in the sun all year round. The action-packed south is where much-loved resorts come alive with vibrant beaches, bar-lined strips and tax-free shops to give you that ultimate holiday feeling. And kids young and old will adore the Thai-inspired thrills at the world-famous Siam Park waterpark. But follow the lush landscape north to explore the great outdoors and quaint colonial towns for a taste of the real Tenerife. Looking for something different? Stargazing, wine tasting and wellness retreats are all on the menu too.
Barbados has a reputation for attracting the rich and famous guests to its island, it’s easy to see Barbados’ attraction.
Attractive clear waters and soft white sands are the image of paradise but the essence of Barbados lies behind the sand and surf.
Distinctly British feel; from familiar place names such as Folkstone and Brighton to its colonial buildings and love for cricket, but fear not, it is still an island of classic calypso rhythms, a laid-back vibe and rum cocktails.
Bermuda is an idyllic, sub-tropical destination, and is the oldest of the British Colonies to which many return year after year, a clear testimonial to Bermuda luxury holidays.
Bermuda is a sophisticated island, with its hospitality and charm and wearing its colonial heritage on its sleeve, this sub-tropical island is no stranger to wealth which is self-evident in the high living standards and superb infrastructure.
With an abundance of stunning scenery and glorious food, Bermuda holidays are the perfect island retreat.
Bahamas is graced with long stretches of wild beaches bleached white by the year round sunshine and surrounded by turquoise waters alive with tropical life.
The Bahamas is a safe haven for divers, sailors and sun worshippers alike who just love the waters.
Although often thought to be part of the Caribbean, the Bahamas is an archipelago of 700 islands – each with its own character – plus thousands of islets dotting the ocean 55 miles off the Florida coast.
The most vibrant country of Central America is also its most visited: Costa Rica. It is also the most biodiverse country in the world.
With over 800 miles of coast bordering the Caribbean Sea to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west, there’s a tempting choice of 300 black, pink and white sand beaches.
It’s also renowned for its rugged rainforests, cloudforests, protected jungle, volcanoes and wildlife.
A pioneer of ecotourism, more than twenty five per cent of Costa Rica’s land is protected and there are the best part of 30 national parks.
Dominica is designated The Nature Island, where beautifully green landscapes, fascinating wildlife and adventure activities await travellers of all kinds.
Dominica is a world apart from the similarly-named Dominican Republic, with a never-ending list of outdoor activities for adventurers.
Discover mile after mile of the untouched emerald haven by hiking the Caribbean’s longest walking trail, trekking up to the world’s second largest boiling lake and floating along the Indian River in hand-oared boats.
There are a few places in the world where people live with a permanent smile on their face and a sparkle in their eyes. The Dominican Republic is one of them.
And now you will get the chance to learn why.
It is an oasis of light, scents and colours, a place where you can let yourself go.
Whether it is dancing the merengue amongst the scented palm trees or swimming in the emerald waters; whether it is relaxing on a warm, powder-white sandy beach or feeling the adrenaline rush on an adventure
We all know scuba diving is the perfect way to experience the mystical wonder of the ocean’s marine life.
But diving through the shipwreck of “The Titanic of the Caribbean”?
Now that’s spectacular. The Bianca C cruise liner sank in 1961, with all passengers saved but one, and it’s one of the top 10 dive sites in the world. Back on terra firma, a hike to one of the island’s volcanic lakes like the Grand Etang, or astonishing waterfalls like the Annandale Falls is compulsory.
For a bit of culinary history, enjoy a drink at the River Antoine Rum Distillery or dip your fingers into a tour of the Grenville Nutmeg Processing Station.
Jamaica is certainly one of the Caribbean’s most popular islands it’s easy to see why travellers ﬂock here year after year, with all year round weather, luxury hotel resorts, glorious beaches and an abundance of things to see and do, to name just a few.
By day spend long lazy days soaking up the Jamaican sun, sip a cocktail and then cool down in the turquoise blue, warm waters of the Caribbean Sea.
For adventure seekers, there’s plenty to meet the bill in Jamaica with scenic hikes to Dunn’s River Falls and even climbing Blue Mountain Peak – particularly stunning at sunrise
St Lucia is small and beautiful, located mid-way down the eastern Caribbean chain, between Martinique and St. Vincent and north of Barbados, Saint Lucia is just 27 miles long and 14 miles wide.
This is the kind of island travellers to the Caribbean dream about – a small, lush tropical gem still relatively unknown, where the Atlantic Ocean kisses the eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their beauty to the calm Caribbean Sea.
There is a broad array of exciting activities available on Saint Lucia. The coasts and
reefs offer excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities while the rainforest and mountains are one of the Caribbean’s ﬁnest locales for hiking and birdwatching.
Mexico offers so many ways to enjoy the unique culture and history of Mexico, from exploring its ancient historical landmarks to indulging at one of its luxurious resorts.
Not only will you ﬁnd it easy to fall in love with the energy and beauty of Mexico, but you’ll love the different cuisine which varies from region to region – a combination of Aztec and Mayan dishes with a Spanish inﬂuence.
The beach resorts of Cancún and the Riviera Maya are located on the Yucatan Channel and are home to an energetic atmosphere brimming with magniﬁcent local architecture, frond-fringed beaches and sparkling seas.
On the west coast lies the serene and peaceful Los Cabos, a place full of contrast from breathtaking seas, to desert and mountains.
Crystalline turquoise waters and white sand beaches are trademarks to the over forty islands and cays that make up the ‘Beautiful by Nature’ TCI.
Considered the World’s best kept secret, the TCI are an easy escape – with an ease of connectivity from Miami, New York, Toronto or London.
Each island and cay in the archipelago is a destination on to its own.
We welcome visitors to enjoy our pristine and inviting beaches, experience our luxurious accommodations, indulge in our world class spas, treat yourself to delectable dining in paradise and revel in our culture and local traditions
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