Caribbean Holiday Deals
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When people think about a dream holiday, Caribbean holidays often come to mind, with their silky soft beaches of white sand framed by palm trees, melting into crystal-clear waters under bright blue skies. The idyllic settings of the Caribbean provide a great opportunity to indulge in water sports and diving, savour delicious cuisine and enjoy legendary music and vibrant nightlife, essentially everything you’d want from a relaxing beach break.
Reasons to visit
The major draw of beach holidays to the Caribbean is that you can enjoy all of the benefits listed above, but in such a varied cultural climate. From the magnificent mountains and numerous nature reserves of English-speaking Grenada to the pristine rainforest of Tobago and the mystique of Cuba, there is an island to suit every taste. A plethora of new chartered flights mean that the price of paradise is coming down and you can now find some excellent cheap deals on all-inclusive holidays to the Caribbean.
Things to see and do
The inviting crystalline waters are perfect for swimming and snorkelling. The Caribbean also provides one of the best destinations in the world for diving with extensive reef systems, countless wrecks and fascinating wildlife. Here you will find tuition for all skill levels. The wind and swells create perfect conditions for the high-octane thrills and spills of windsurfing, kite-surfing and parasailing. More gentle pursuits include taking in the stunning natural scenery on trekking trails or on horseback, and both are widely available throughout the islands.
Nature lovers will appreciate a guided trip up volcano Mount Saint Catherine in Grenada or a tour through the unspoilt rainforest reserve on Tobago, the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere. Culture vultures may choose to head to the oldest country in the Caribbean, Cuba, for outstanding examples of well preserved neoclassical architecture. In Havana you can’t help but soak up history, as you move down the wide boulevards past crumbling churches, in the form of seeing all the cars from the 1950s era.
Beyond enjoying the beautiful beaches there are plenty of other activities to keep kids occupied on a package holiday to the Caribbean. Many of the hotels have opened kids clubs to cater for the growing number of families visiting the group of islands. There are numerous water parks, and boat trips prove very popular with children.
Set in the tropics, the majority of people tend to book beach holidays to the Caribbean to get some wonderful winter sun. The summer months tend to be hot and wet with temperatures exceeding 30C. You can still see up to ten hours of sunshine a day during this period. The rainy season ends in October when temperatures are still hovering around the 28C mark.
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