More than just beautiful scenery, the British Virgin Islands offer a serene, blissfully romantic scene that just might make you marry the next person who walks by.
With hundreds of miles of brightly-coloured coral reefs embracing the islands and spectacular dips of the continental shelf just off shore, it's clear why divers travel the world to swim in these waters.
Visiting the Bahamas is like waking up and realizing you've been living life in black and white. A rainbow of colour awaits travellers to this island, from the pink sand beaches, to the turquoise waters.
The beach resorts are some of the cheapest in the Caribbean and the green mountains unfurl to the sugary white sand of the coast - this country has a Latin lovers culture all of its own in contrast with the European influenced islands that the...
This chic and luxurious destination was once known as ‘the Caribbean's best-kept secret' but even now that the secret is out, people continue to visit Anguilla for its cultural charm and restful ambience.
Havana. Typified by the classic American cars, coloured buildings along the sea wall that have seen better days and the kind of vibe that comes from plenty of run and jazz. Romantic, yes. Vivacious, yes – where else would salsa and mambo have come from
Trinidad and Tobago may be sister islands, but perhaps they were separated at birth because the pair’s differences greatly outweigh the similarities.
When it was founded by Europeans in 1521, San Juan was called ‘Port Rich City’. That bit, guarding the entrance to San Juan harbour, has kept its port atmosphere, but the rest of the neatly grided city pulses with a more modern thump.