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Anguilla: August

Antigua: August

Aruba: February

Bahamas: Dec-Jan

Barbados: August

Barbuda: August

Bonaire: October

BVI: July-August

Caicos: Dec-Jan

Carriacou: February

Caymans: April-May

Cuba: February

Curacao: February

Dominica: February

DomRep: February

Grenada: August

Guadeloupe: February

Guyana: February

Haiti: February

Jamaica: April

Martinique: February

Montserrat: December

Nevis: Dec-Jan

Panama: February

Puerto Rico: Jan-Feb

Saba: July-August

St. Barts: February

St. Croix: Dec-Jan

Statia: April-May

St. Kitts: Dec-Jan

St. Lucia: July

St. Martin: February

St. Maarten: April

SVG: June-July

St. Thomas: April

Trinbago: February

Turks: Dec-Jan

"The most dangerous woldviews are the worldviews of those who have never viewed the world."
 - Alexander von Humboldt -

"To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries."
 - Aldous Huxley -

Welcome to the enchanting Caribbean!

Embark on a journey to a realm where the turquoise embrace of the sea meets endless skies, creating a paradise of unparalleled beauty. The Caribbean, with its mosaic of breathtaking beaches, verdant rainforests, and majestic mountains, offers a sanctuary for the soul, inviting you to discover the enchantment that flourishes in every nook and cranny of this sun-drenched oasis.

This comprehensive guide serves as your gateway to unraveling the magic that the Caribbean holds. Here, culture thrives in the vibrancy of local markets, the smooth melodies of Calypso music, and the intricate history woven into the fabric of every island. From the pulsating rhythms of reggae in Jamaica to the tranquil azure waters of the Bahamas, the Caribbean offers a kaleidoscope of experiences that promise to transform your perception of beauty and serenity.

Beyond the allure of its natural wonders, the Caribbean is a tapestry of rich cultural heritage. Experience the warmth of its people, whose stories and traditions are as diverse as the landscape itself. Delve into the art of Creole cuisine, a fusion of flavors that encapsulates the spirit of the Caribbean, and let the taste of freshly caught seafood and exotic fruits transport you to a world of culinary delight.

Travel, in its essence, is about breaking down barriers and challenging the stereotypes that confine our understanding of the world. It's about stepping into the unknown with an open heart and an eager mind, ready to embrace the lessons that only firsthand experiences can teach. The Caribbean, with its blend of natural beauty and cultural depth, offers a unique opportunity to expand your horizons and see life through a vibrant, new lens.

Whether you're basking under the golden sun on a secluded beach, trekking through lush tropical forests, or immersing yourself in the lively festivals that paint the streets with color, the Caribbean promises an adventure that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime. So come, let us guide you through this paradise, and discover the myriad ways the Caribbean can enchant, educate, and inspire you.

Caribbean Highlights

Embark on a journey where every destination is a discovery and every moment is a memory in the making. The Caribbean's natural splendor—from its mountain peaks to underwater wonders—serves as the backdrop for adventures that thrill and soothe in equal measure. Here, culture thrives, from the pulsating rhythms of reggae to the rich tapestries of history woven through the streets and the people.

Travel Guide Excellence

Our comprehensive travel guide is your gateway to the Caribbean islands, each with its own story. High-quality photos and essential travel information bring these narratives to life, while our travel blog, forums, and photo galleries offer a platform to connect and share with fellow travelers.

Carnival Celebration Showcase

Join us in the heart of the Caribbean's carnival, a spectacle of color, music, and joy. Our mission is to immerse you in this celebration, helping you plan an unforgettable journey through the rhythm and hues of the islands.

Island Descriptions Optimization

From the white sands of Anguilla to the vibrant life in Trinidad & Tobago, every island in the Caribbean has a unique charm. Our enhanced descriptions aim to transport you to these destinations, offering a glimpse into the soul of each island.

Diverse Destinations: Greater Antilles and Mainlands

The Caribbean experience extends beyond its islands to the rich cultures and breathtaking landscapes of the Greater Antilles and mainland coastlines. Explore the ancient ruins of the Yucatan, the biodiversity of Belize, or the vibrant streets of Puerto Rico. Each destination offers a unique journey into the heart of the Caribbean's spirit.

Specials for Cruisers and Yachties

For those drawn to the sea, our specially curated content for cruisers and yacht enthusiasts offers insights and tips to enhance your nautical adventures. Discover the best spots for anchorage, the most scenic routes, and exclusive cruiser events.

Comprehensive Travel Information

Our site goes beyond travel tales to offer practical advice and services. From finding the perfect accommodation to uncovering real estate gems, job opportunities, and entertainment options, we're here to make your Caribbean dream a seamless reality.

Addressing Current Events and Challenges

Stay informed with our updates on current events, including economic developments, environmental issues, and the impact of global challenges on the Caribbean. Our commitment is to provide you with relevant and timely information to plan your travel with confidence.

Special Sections for Environmental and Political Awareness

We believe in traveling responsibly and sustainably. Our content on environmental conservation, sustainable practices, and the political landscape of the Caribbean aims to enlighten and inspire our readers to be mindful travelers.

Miscellaneous Section Refinement

From energy-saving tips for Caribbean homeowners to insights on navigating hurricanes and natural disasters, our miscellaneous section is a treasure trove of valuable information, designed to enrich your understanding and experience of the Caribbean.

FAQs Section

Have questions? Our FAQs section is here to answer them, providing you with detailed insights and practical advice to ensure a smooth and enjoyable Caribbean adventure.


Embark on a journey of discovery with us, as we explore the depths of the Caribbean's beauty and diversity. From the rhythm of the islands to the serenity of its shores, let us guide you through an unforgettable voyage into the heart of paradise. Join our community, share your stories, and become a part of the Caribbean's vibrant tapestry. Your adventure starts here!


Caribbean Islands

Lesser Antilles
Anguilla, the northern most island in the Leeward chain, is known for its extremely white sand beaches. Antigua is known as a major Caribbean yachting port. Barbuda is largely African in character. Aruba is a safe island with beautiful white sand beaches and an arid climate. Barbados is still very British and known as a top party destination. Bonaire is consistently rated among the best diving locations in the world. Plenty of Iguanas can be found in Curacao. Dominica is called the Nature Island of the Caribbean and great for hiking. Grenada is also known as the "Island of Spice" and for its beautiful capital St. Georges. Carriacou is a relaxed island close to Grenada. Guadeloupe belongs to France, giving it a distinctly French atmosphere. Martinique offers nude beaches, an exception in the Caribbean. Saba is called "The Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean". Statia (St. Eustatius) has always recognized its nature and marine life as one of its most valuable assets. Saint Barthelemy (St. Barts) has a reputation of pampering visitors with the best in the world. St. Kitts & Nevis are little-known but breathtaking twin-islands in the southern Caribbean. Saint Lucia  is renowned for its vibrant rainforest. Sint Maarten is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Saint Martin has a colorful scenery dominated by flaming bright red, orange and yellow flamboyant trees. Saint Vincent is an important location of the cinema movie "Pirates OF The Caribbean". The Grenadines (Bequia, Canouan, Palm Island, Mayaro, Mustique, Tobago Cays, Union Island)  is a Caribbean island chain of over 600 islands in the Windward Islands. Trinidad & Tobago has the biggest Carnival in the Caribbean. It's a paradise for birders. The Virgin Islands (USVI, BVI) were originally inhabited by the Arawak, Carib and Cermic. The islands of Venezuela (Islas Los Roches, Isla Margarita, Isla Aves, Isla Blanquilla, Isla Tortuga) are spanish speaking. See our photos!

Greater Antilles
Cuba, known for old cars, good rum and the best cigarrs in the world; the Hispaniola (Haiti, Dominican Republic) with endless palm fringed beaches. Jamaica is best known for reaggy music, Bob Marley, and the Rastafaries. The Cayman Islands are known for offshore banking and great for diving (Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, Cayman Brack). Puerto Rico with Isla Mona, Culebra and Vieques has five Miss Universe winners.

Mainlands with a Caribbean Coastline
Explore the beauty and diversity of Central and South America with these amazing travel destinations. Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula boasts stunning Caribbean beaches and impressive Mayan ruins, while Belize offers a vibrant mix of cultures and languages, and is home to a rich array of plant and animal life.

Colombia's coastlines, deserts, and mountains offer a unique blend of landscapes to explore, while Costa Rica leads the way in environmental sustainability, with its progressive policies and breathtaking natural beauty. In Guatemala, visitors can immerse themselves in a rich and distinctive culture that has been shaped by centuries of Spanish and Maya influence.

Honduras was once home to several important Mesoamerican cultures, including the Maya, and Nicaragua, the largest country in the Central American isthmus, offers a range of unforgettable experiences for adventurous travelers. And with its easy travel and endless possibilities for exploration, Panama is rapidly emerging as one of the world's most attractive tourism destinations.

So why wait? Start planning your next adventure today and discover the incredible sights, sounds, and cultures of these amazing destinations. Please note that with the exception of Belize, Spanish is the primary language spoken in these countries.

Specials for Cruisers and Yachties
Especially for our visitors who plan a Caribbean cruise, we put here photos and travel information about Miami and about The Bahamas (New Providence with the Capital Nassau and Great Abaco. If you are on a Sailing Yacht or on a Motor Boat, you might be also interessted in: Andros Island, Berry Islands, North Bimini and South Bimini, Great Exuma and Exuma Cays, Mayaguana, Great Inagua and Little Inagua) and in the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Travel Information
Find a cheap hotels, apartment or guest house, find a Real Estate opportunity, a job in the sun, play online games, Caribbean airlines and much more. Get an overview about the different Cruise Line companies. We also have information about Caribbean Divesites, the best Beaches, Paragliding, about Bird Watching,  Ferry ServicesLiterature, Rum, Radio Stations and Tourist Arrivals. As well we have the latest Statistics. Look for Golf Courses in the Caribbean. Please take your time and come back to the Caribbean Travel World. Live and work in the Caribbean as a digital nomad.

If you are in the tourism industry, read what tourists dislike.

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Dear homeowners in the Caribbean, we provide valuable insights into energy-saving practices through sustainable insulation and photovoltaic systems.

Hurricanes and natural disasters: The Caribbean is often affected by hurricanes and tropical storms, and these events can have a significant impact on the region's infrastructure and economy.

Tourism: The Caribbean is a popular tourist destination, and the industry has been impacted by the pandemic and related travel restrictions. Some countries have been working to safely reopen their borders to visitors while ensuring public health and safety.

Environmental issues: The Caribbean is home to diverse ecosystems, and environmental issues such as coral reef degradation, pollution, and climate change can have a significant impact on the region's ecology and economy.

Political developments: The Caribbean has a complex history and diverse political landscape, with ongoing debates around issues such as independence, governance, and economic development.


Bitcoin doubled in 2023
NEW YORK (AP) — Bitcoin is having another moment. The world’s largest cryptocurrency soared to almost $38,000 this week, marking its highest point in nearly 18 months — and more than double the price seen at the start of 2023.

Jamaican government to increase minimum wage by 44%
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness says his government plans to increase the island’s minimum wage by 44% as the local economy rebounds. The change will go into effect in June. People making the minimum wage of $59 for a 40-hour workweek would instead earn $85.

Holness announced the plan Thursday evening during his budget presentation in Parliament, to the cheers of government supporters. He added that the increase is the biggest in 20 years. The announcement came just days after the government increased teachers’ wages following a nearly weeklong protest that disrupted public schools.

Jamaica’s economy was hit by the pandemic, the war in Ukraine and a drop in tourism, but it has since recovered substantially, according to a February report by the International Monetary Fund. Annual inflation in Jamaica ranged as high as 11% over the past two fiscal years but is projected to decline to about 5% in the coming fiscal year starting next month, the report said.

A whale is found dead with more than 30 PLASTIC BAGS in its stomach
Experts say it's 'not surprising'. Experts estimate there are five trillion pieces of plastic litter floating on the world’s oceans, discarded by a throw-away society and killing countless animals a year.  It has been estimated that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish.  An estimated 100 billion carrier bags are used every year in Europe - with 8 billion ending up as litter. Read more

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