Spotlight On: Sandals

Sandals offer so much more than luxury on their all-inclusive holidays, managing director Karl Thompson tells Sam Ballard Picture paradise and it probably looks like a Caribbean beach. Miles of perfect sand, palm trees swaying…

Winter wonderlands: the latest in ski

Nicky Holford looks at all the latest developments in skiing and winter sports, as the sector looks to defy the Brexit storm clouds With snow on the horizon more than a million skiers and snowboarders…

Exploring Chile: Santiago and beyond

With British Airways linking London and Santiago, Sorrel Moseley-Williams explores the birth country of poet Pablo Neruda that counts desert, ice fields and wine country among its many splendours Measuring 2,653 miles from top to…

Caribbean: new hotel openings

With a packed pipeline of new or planned properties following recent premiere launches – such as Silversands in Grenada, Hodges Bay in Antigua and Baha Mar in the Bahamas – the region’s hotel scene has…

Caribbean: good to know

From travel advice to language and weather, we round up some of the frequently asked questions about the Caribbean Health and travel advice The Caribbean has more than 700 islands, islets, reefs and cays. The…

Sustainability: Going green

The Caribbean may not be an obvious eco-destination, but the industry trend towards sustainability is evident throughout the region, finds Sam Ballard Think Caribbean and what springs to mind? Pristine beaches? Cruises to idyllic islands?…

Caribbean festival focus: Fun in the sun

With festivals of culture, food, music and yachting, there’s always something being celebrated in the Caribbean. Gary Noakes shares what’s on and when Montserrat St Patrick’s Festival Montserrat is the only country outside Ireland where…

Cruise the Caribbean

From Cuba to the Cayman Islands, there are few destinations that are better suited to a cruise than the Caribbean, writes Sam Ballard Island paradises, each with their own distinct personality, lie scattered across the…