The Caribbean
  • the caribbean

CARIBBEAN VACATIONS – UNENDING BEAUTY

A Caribbean vacation is perfect for those who crave adventure, sampling cultures and those seeking ultimate relaxation. Each island offers unique attractions and culture.

Caribbean cruises are one of the best ways to experience several islands on one vacation. You’ll witness amazing beaches and glimmering waters in every shade of blue.

We know whichcruise lines and itineraries offer more time in ports allowing you toreally experience the local cultureand can arrange a plethora of optionsbeyond what is normally offered.

AcendasTravel Advisors have personally traveled to almost all of the islands and can create the perfect vacation just for you.

Who Should Visit
Beach lovers, romantics, adventure seekers, families, honeymooners, groups

Most Popular Destinations
Aruba, St. Lucia, Jamaica, Antigua, Turks & Caicos, U.S. Virgin Islands, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic

Types of Accommodations
All-Inclusive Resorts, Luxury Hotels, Boutique Properties, Villas

Best Times to Travel
Winter is high season and features little rainfall with average highs in the mid-80’s
Late Spring and Fall – Weather is milder, but islands are less busy

Most popular activities
Snorkeling, watching sunsets, drinking Mojitos, scuba diving, hiking,water sports, relaxing on some of the best beaches in the world, zip lining, deep sea fishing

Hot Trends
New Luxury Hotels
Cuba
Private Sailing Charters
Villa Rentals

Hot Tips from our Travel Advisors

“Traveling at the fringes of the peak season is a great way to avoid crowds and save money.” – Joann Stover

“St. Lucia is my favorite island in the Caribbean. It’s beautiful and not overdeveloped like a number of the other islands are. You can just relax at one of the great resorts or take advantage of any number of activities. St. Lucia is famous for the Pitons, the two volcanoes that dominate the coastline. St. Lucia also has the world’s online drive in Volcano! It’s a very special island for a calm getaway.” – Ken Milans