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?…

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…

Caribbean food focus: Spice of life

Gary Noakes samples the diverse flavours of the region, liberally seasoned with myriad influences from cultures and cuisines around the world Food is a major part of the charm of the Caribbean, with each island…

Beneath the surface: diving in the Caribbean

Diving the Caribbean is more than a rite of passage; with so many sites to experience, it’s a lifetime’s work, says Karl Cushing The Caribbean’s dive smarts don’t end with its excellent visibility and famously…

Island focus: Puerto Rico

Following hurricane recovery, this Caribbean island is firmly back on the map as a destination that meets all the criteria, writes Anthony Pearce At the beginning of the year, The New York Times put Puerto…

Good to know

Top tips for travelling to the Caribbean Health and travel advice The Caribbean is made up of 13 sovereign states and 17 dependent territories. The Foreign Office offers information on a country-by-country basis, and it’s…

Drop anchor

The Caribbean is best by ship. With itineraries for every budget, cruises here have never been so accessible, writes Anthony Pearce Holidays in the Caribbean are the bread and butter of the cruise industry. Last…

Caribbean calling

On land and beneath the waves, the region’s idyllic allure is enhanced by its sightseeing repertoire. Matthew Hampton shares the highlights We’ve come a long way from climbing Dunn’s River Falls. The legendary Jamaican waterfall…