Everyone dreams of a Caribbean holiday, and many clients request it as a destination. With perfect beaches, crystal clear blue waters and weather so toasty you could spread marmalade on it - these paradise islands really are dreamboats.
Did you know that there are over 7,000 islands in the Caribbean? Which means you’ve got a bumper crop of choice when it comes to helping clients choose where they want to go, but with so much choice it can be daunting. So here are some ONEE Luxury Travel insider tips to help you make a booking and a lifetime client...
Hopping clubs and bars, international DJ appearances, and reasonably priced cocktails and drinks make for fun nights here. Then there’s the beautiful beaches and architecture for the cherries on top.
Santo Domingo is the getaway for those who love buzzing dance clubs, every style of music, and live performances in hotels, bars, and nightclubs. Even the grocery stores (colmados) turn into locals’ favorite spots to grab a beer and listen to music.
The twin peaks of Petit Piton and Gros Piton will take you through rainforests and scurrying over rocks to spectacular new heights.
English Harbour is where you can find Nelson’s Dockyard National Park and the British Naval Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage item, and some of the best nature trails in Antigua. A spectacle to behold, it includes restaurants, museums, shops, hotels, and a restored marina.
Sister islands that offer you golf courses, hiking, and history. Just big and interesting enough for a fantastic day trip, be sure to see the pirate-era landmark, Brimstone Hill Fortress.
For families with young children, Barbados is a great starting point for a stress-free beach break, with calm, safe beaches for paddling in, plus plenty of amenities close by and fun things to do.
With calm waters and shelving beaches, Antigua is also a fabulous option for families, especially if your children are old enough to enjoy a boat trip around the coast.
A favourite honeymoon island, thanks to its beautiful rainforest setting
St Vincent & the Grenadines or St Kitts & Nevis
Find a perfect secluded hideaway somewhere on these smaller Islands
Paddleboarding in South Caicos. An ideal spot to roam the underwater world, you can kayak in the mangrove forests, explore one of the Caribbean’s longest barrier coral reefs at Grace Bay Beach or lay out on the dazzling white sand. Head to South Caicos for more world-class snorkeling in shallow waters and a little privacy.
Ambergris Caye is a must-visit for serious divers and the Belize Barrier Coral Reef is a sight to behold. It is the largest in the Western and Northern hemispheres.
Get more than up close and personal with some of the friendliest stingrays you’ve ever known. Stingray City, located on Grand Cayman is a once-in-a-lifetime experience like no other.
Flat, long and formed by limestone and coral, this island is filled with beaches of blinding white sand. There are a lot of luxurious ways to bum on the beach, too - exclusive mansions and villas with their ‘feet’ in the sand and sloping down to the sea are just perfect!
If you’re not interested in travel whatsoever and lazing on the beach is the only thing that appeals to you, consider the French island of Guadeloupe. It has dazzling beaches, lots of tropical nature, and especially delicious cuisine.
Barbados has something for everyone: pink sand beaches, exotic wildlife and sunsets just begging to be enjoyed with a fresh cocktail, and the celebs think so too, this is a very popular haunt for familiar faces.
This tiny Island packs a seriously glamorous punch an attracts worldwide well-known faces
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