With luxurious hotels, scenic beaches and a range of outdoor activities, the Dominican Republic is a great place to enjoy the Caribbean sun.
The Dominican Republic is one of the largest islands in the Caribbean. It is a tropical retreat offering clear waters, palm-studded sands, a luscious interior and world-class hotels.
Discover the capital city, Santo Domingo and admire cultural sites at the Zona Colonial which dates back to the arrival of Christopher Columbus. Take a cable car ride to the top of Mount Isabel de Torres for jaw-dropping views across the island, or relax and be pampered at one of the city’s spa and wellness retreats.
If devils, masks and dancing in the street is your thing, then plan your trip around the Carnaval de la Vega, where you’ll be treated to one of the Caribbean’s most colourful celebrations.
Holidaymakers flock to Punta Cana, which is one of the most glamorous resorts on the Dominican Republic’s Coconut Coast. Offering scenic beaches, crystal-clear waters and some of the most luxurious hotels in the Caribbean, it truly is heaven on earth.
Punta Cana’s nightlife is legendary with plenty of places to let your hair down. From sophisticated bars offering rum cocktails to raucous nightclubs where you can dance until dawn and everything in between. A must-visit is ‘Imagine Punta Cana’, a club built into a series of caves, each offering a very different atmosphere.
For those looking for a retail fix, the Dominican Republic is the shopping giant of the Caribbean. Visitors can browse designer stores in Santa Domingo’s shopping malls or shop at the international boutiques in Punta Cana and La Roma. There are also plenty of colourful markets brimming with arts and crafts, jewellery, cigars, and delicious chocolate to explore.
If it's an adventure that you are after, then the tropical Dominican Republic has you covered. Visitors can zipslide across the jungle, go whitewater rafting in the Yaque Del Norte River, paraglide over the mountains and valleys of Jarabacos, snorkel among fish-filled corals, or embark on a whale watching adventure in the Samana Peninsula.
Interested? Let our team of Travel Experts help you to pick from a host of spectacular hotels and all-inclusive beachfront resorts in the Dominican Republic.
Why visit one tropical island when you can visit three? The Cayman Islands are the perfect place for a Caribbean holiday.
Comprising three idyllic islands, the Cayman Islands are blessed with crystal clear water, miles of sandy white beaches and some of the world’s best diving.
Whether you want to stay in one place or go island-hopping, a holiday to the Cayman Islands offers luxury with an abundance of activities and experiences.
The cosmopolitan atmosphere of the main island, Grand Cayman, has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for complete relaxation, exquisite dining, exciting nightlife or you want to swim with stingrays, you’ll find it on this island paradise.
Cayman Brac is both rugged and charming. It provides adventure-seekers and nature-lovers with the opportunity to get up close and personal with its dramatic views and exotic flora. The island is a popular launch point for fishing excursions and home to wildlife such as endangered iguanas.
Seclusion and striking scenery are everywhere to be found on the shores of Little Cayman. This island offers a rare combination of sun-drenched solitude, glistening beaches, and miles of untouched tropical wilderness. Grab your camera and visit some instagrammable locations.
Whether you want to spend your days swimming, sunbathing or exploring, our team of Travel Experts are here to help you plan your dream holiday in the Cayman Islands.
Bursting with colourful colonial buildings, classic cars and sugar-white beaches, Cuba is the cultural hot spot of the Caribbean.
Like all of the Caribbean islands, Cuba’s main draw is its beaches. There are over 430 beaches around the island, allowing visitors to enjoy a classic beach experience or explore some more unusual spots.
Holidaymakers love to relax on the palm-lined sugar-white sands, paddle in the turquoise blue sea or go snorkelling or scuba diving to experience the exotic marine life and colourful coral reefs.
The capital city of Havana is a must-see with its famous Plaza de la Revolución, home of the iconic Che Guevra mural and where Fidel Castro made speeches during his presidency.
The Catedral de San Cristóbal, made from coral stone, dominates the city skyline, while the streets are brimming with colourful colonial buildings and row upon row of 1950s vintage cars painted in vibrant colours.
For the all-inclusive Cuban break, Varadero is the place to go with its 13-mile long beach, pristine golf courses and some of the most outstanding five-star resorts in the Caribbean.
Cuba is an island filled with live music, you will find small bands playing in the cafes, bars and parks throughout the day. In the evenings, you’ll find more bands and a host of entertainers in the dozens of rum bars and the 1940s and 50s style nightclubs, where visitors can enjoy daiquiris and mojitos and salsa the night away.
Our team of Travel Experts have toured the Caribbean extensively. Get in touch and let them help you plan your trip to Cuba.
Boasting brilliant blue oceans, year-round sunshine and a laid-back lifestyle, Jamaica is the perfect place to sample Caribbean life.
Renowned for its laid back approach to life, the island of Jamaica is a picture postcard paradise just waiting to be explored.
Jamaica has over 600 miles of stunning coastline with some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Seven Mile Beach, Doctor’s Cove Beach and Frenchman’s Beach are some of the most popular with visitors who can sunbathe, snorkel and scuba dive or whizz along the coast on a jet ski adventure.
Are you a Pirates of the Caribbean fan? Then you need to head to Kingston, the island’s capital, where you can explore Port Royal and hear about the looting and lewd lifestyle of real pirates. While in Kingston, a must-see is the Bob Marley Museum, where you can learn about the legendary musician and the fascinating Rastafarian religion.
Another great place to visit is Montego Bay’s Gloucester Avenue, where you’ll be treated to live music, street performers and an array of bars, restaurants and street vendors selling local food such as jerk chicken and Carribean curry. If you are looking for an authentic souvenir, wander around the craft market where you can pick up traditional wood carvings and beads.
For those who like to get up close and personal with nature, Jamaica has a lot to offer. Swim and interact with dolphins at Dolphin Cove, take a short boat trip to Negril to see the hundreds of booby birds or visit Barney’s Hummingbird Sanctuary where you’ll find a range of animals, birds and insects.
Adventure seekers will be completely captivated by the world of activities on offer in Jamaica. Go rafting along the romantic Rio Grande, climb the star shaped rocks at Dunn’s River Waterfall or explore the Green Grotto Caves at Runaway Bay.
Visitors flock to swim or cliff dive at the Ocho Rios Blue Hole, a natural sinkhole filled with surreal blue water and a mesmerising waterfall - it is an absolute must-see in Jamaica!
There is also plenty to do in Jamaica when the sun goes down. The island’s bars and clubs come to life with the sound of reggae or steel bands, allowing visitors to dance the night away. Brave travellers might want to take a night tour of the Rose Hall Great House, an 18th century plantation house which is said to be haunted by a white witch.
Whatever you want to do in Jamaica, our team of Travel Experts can help you plan your perfect getaway in this Caribbean utopia.
Offering white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and warm tropical breezes, it’s easy to understand why Barbados is known as the ‘Jewel of the Caribbean’.
Situated in the Lesser Antilles of the West Indies, Barbados is a sun-drenched island boasting pristine white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and warm tropical breezes.
Benefitting from warm waters and rolling waves, Barbados is popular with sun-worshippers and water sports enthusiasts alike.
You would be forgiven if you wanted to spend your entire Barbados holiday in a sun lounger, cocktail in hand, soaking up the sun, but this tropical paradise has so much more to explore.
Visit the grand mansions and historical plantations where you will learn about the island’s colonial past. Stroll around beautiful botanical gardens or take the tram ride through crystalised caves at Harrison’s Cave Eco-Adventure Park.
Explore the island’s lush landscape and rolling hills on a jeep safari, go on a submarine adventure where you’ll see schools of dazzling tropical fish or enjoy a luxury afternoon tea at the popular Cobblers Cove.
The island’s colourful capital of Bridgetown is well worth a visit, with colonial architecture, museums, churches and a lively shopping scene, it is the perfect place to wander around and soak up the island’s incredible atmosphere.
A must-see in Barbados is the Oistins Fish Fry - this weekly celebration sees hundreds of locals and tourists come together to enjoy local dishes of fried and grilled fish, dance to the sound of reggae and jazz and sip glasses of sweet-tasting Caribbean rum.
Whether you’re looking for a beachfront villa, luxury adult-only hotel or a fun-filled child-friendly resort, our team of Travel Experts will help you to pick the perfect place to stay on your Barbados holiday.