The Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean Islands are known for her paradise ambiance because of the tropical climate, crystal white beaches and turquoise blue sees. This massive archipelago located in the Caribbean Sea is remarkably diverse. A great destination to relax, reload and reboot! Our partner, EPIC DMC, is here to assist you with the delivery of your program where you feel well taken care of so you can relax and be peaceful. 


Beyond Extraordinary

The rich history and personality of the island is reflected in its culture and heritage. Taking a boat to one of the beach reefs or simply sipping a cocktail while enjoying the sunset is what makes Anguilla so gorgeously wonderful.

Anguilla Beach Hopping

Take a boat and hop over

Benefit from a power boat excursion around the island of Anguilla that allows you to access multiple bays and beaches in a day.


Antigua means “Ancient” in Spanish, nothing ancient here

The beach is just the beginning. Sailing and boating is a must see and do. Waladli, how locals still call their island, is part of the twin islands with Barbuda. The islands provides amazing reefs snorkeling and diving.

Nelsons Dock Yard

Historic site

This is a cultural UNESCO heritage site and marina in English Harbour, located in the Parish of Saint Paul. This marina is a beauty.


One Happy Island

They call this “One Happy Island”… it has something for everybody, and always with a smile. With miles of white beaches and amazing hotels and restaurants there is a lot to do… or just simply do nothing.

Ayo Rock Formation

A small national park with amazing boulders

A cluster of huge tonalite rocks sit together and create this massive rock formation. Impressive to see and walk around on the way to one of the many beaches


And so, the adventure begins

Curacao is truly a place to be discovered. With all its unique private beaches, underwater world and preserved history – it is a real gem. The famous “Land huizen” are sprinkled around the island and each has a unique story to tell.

Queen Emma Bridge

Floating history

The bridge that opens when a ship comes in, does connect the two main parts of downtown of Curacao. Punda and Otra Banda are connected with this floating bridge for pedestrians.


It is always laid back in Dominica

Known for its eco tourism, it is one of the smaller islands. Recently really opened its borders for tourism, hiking and climbing is a must. Put on your hiking shoes and let’s start looking into the flora and fauna this island will introduce you to.

Fresh Water Lake

Unique in the salty waters of the Caribbean

You will have to hike up to this lake, the largest on the island, but the trek will not be lonely, hundreds of hummingbirds will keep you humming along.


The Isle of Spice

The Isle of Spice, this little island has a rich history in agriculture which shows its roots in the wonderful kitchen. Like many of the other islands, the drastic difference between the beach and rain forest make these so attractive.

Molinere Underwater Sculpture park

65 Sculptures to snorkel around

This underwater park of ecological contemporary art located in the Caribbean Sea off the west coast of Grenada is a must see.


Hamilton’s birthplace has a lot to show for

Great things come in small packages they say… this is true for Nevis, sister island of St Kitts. Amazing food scene and rain forest circumvent the dormant volcano. The food scene is one to experience sitting on the beach or in an old historic mansion up on the hills.

Botanical Gardens

Quite a view

This garden holds a wide variety of tropical plants, fruit gardens, orchid gardens, Amazonian rainforest full with tropical birds, parrots, beautiful fish species, waterfalls and fountains.

Puerto Rico

The Enchanted Island

It is called the enchanted Island. It is true as you travel around this Island. The north is distinctly different from the south and both will sweep you away by its beauty. Of course the world Heritage site Old San Juan is a must see. With its blue-ish cobble stone covered streets Old San Juan has its historic buildings beautifully appointed with all its glory and colours.

El Moro, Old San Juan

Spanish and Caribbean fused

At the point of Old San Juan you will find El Moro, which is a citadel built between the 16th and the 18th century in San Juan.

St Barths

Caribbean Elegance is defined here

Caribbean Elegance comes to live in the French Riviera of the Caribbean. From Mega Yachts docked downtown Gustavia. It is a place where the world’s best known and most influential figures go on vacation to recharge.


Amazing down Town with uptown feels

Gustavia is the main town and capital of the island of Saint Barthelemy. Originally called Le Carenage, it was renamed in honour of King Gustave 3rd of Sweden.

St Kitts

The new ‘KITT’ on the block…

This new KITT on the block is unspoiled Caribbean beauty. With its incredible views and relaxed way of going about it feels authentically Caribbean. An island which still has her sugar cane history well preserved, it even has her own train still going around the island for an amazing ride.


Historic Fort

This massive fortress on a limestone hilltop rises nearly 800 feet above sea level. Enjoy the breathtaking views and the rich history from the fort.

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