View of the Caribbeans Islands

Grenada is called The Spice Isle: Cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mace, allspice, orange/citrus peels, wild coffee and nutmeg are all important exports.
Grenada Island has a rain forested interior. Wonderful Caribbean beaches line the coast and outstanding scuba diving surrounds the island. St George’s is the largest town and has one of the most picturesque waterfronts in all of the Caribbean.

Carriacou, an island truly on island time. This petite isle has a relaxed air where endearing locals and an eclectic village life add to the sublime atmosphere. Over on Petit Martinique even less happens – and the locals like it that way.

Guana Island off the coast of Tortola is one of the last remaining privately-owned islands left in the Caribbean.

Some of Guana’s seven white-sand beaches are only accessible by boat. And with three (3) surrounding reefs, fabulous Caribbean snorkeling is available.

Considered by scientists to have one of the strongest concentrations of flora and fauna in the world, Guana is a designated wildlife sanctuary with mountain trails and a range of endangered species. High elevations offer incredible views Guana’s biodiversity.

The Riviera Maya is famous for large scale all-inclusive resorts and smaller boutique hotels on or near the beaches. A major attraction throughout the Riviera Maya are coastal and reef aquatic activities dependent on the coastal water and the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef.

The beautiful beaches and fantastic weather are two of reasons that Riviera Maya coastline is a big destination for tourists and vacationers. Riviera Maya boasts the ultimate beach weather. The beaches of Cancun and Playa del Carmen are simply stunning and the crystal clear waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling or diving.

The island of Saint Martin. It has 37 beaches total, with hotels holding property on most of them. Beach Bars and Cafes are very popular attractions on the island. They offer exquisite cuisines with European and Caribbean inspiration. Frozen cocktails are also a trendy treat to keep down the heat.

Maho Bay beach. The beach is situated at the end of the airport's runway, meaning large aircraft fly just feet over your head. Just beyond Maho Bay is Mullet Bay; some say it has the nicest beach on the island, with food and drink vendors and beach lounger rentals but few facilities.

Saba: It is not a reef island, it does not have the sandy beaches most notable in the Caribbean, but rather mostly cliff faces and rocky shores. The island, however, attracts tourists for the diverse and vibrant ecosystem and the unique diving experience (pinnacle diving, wall diving, etc...).

Bonaire is a Caribbean island East of Central America and North of Venezuela. The island is great for scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, windsurfing, kite boarding, mountain bike, sea kayaking, sailing bird watching.

Antigua and Barbuda: Antigua the southern and larger island; Barbuda the northern island of the main pair. Redonda a small uninhabited island 54km to the west of Antigua. Saint John's - Capital of the island of Antigua and Barbuda. Condrigton a town on the island of Barbuda.

Antigua: there are many reefs off the eastern coastline and as a result, there is some pretty awesome fish to see. Snorkeling is also pretty good here, as the water is very clear, and it's a lot cheaper! Snorkeling on the Western side is spotty to non-existent. Some of the locals recommended Darkwood beach as a location with good snorkeling off right off the beach. While the beach is stunningly beautiful and gloriously uncrowded, most of the "reef" is actually just grass.

Barbuda hosts a huge frigate bird colony, making it one of the few places in the world to view frigate birds at very close range.