Enjoy A Caribbean Vacation…Fun In The Sun

Fun In The Sun… Enjoy A Caribbean Vacation

The Caribbean consists of a large number of beautiful islands in the Atlantic Ocean. The Caribbean is proving to be one of the most sought after vacation destinations in the world. With clear blue skies, crystal clear waters, heavenly sea food and superb hospitality presented by the hosts, your Caribbean vacation is something that you will cherish all your life.

Some of the most sought after destinations in the Caribbean are Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, British Virgin Islands, St. Kitts and St. Nevis and Antigua. All these islands have great treats for tourists in the form of reasonably rated hotels and excellent sites to offer. In the following paragraphs we will give you a gist of the islands mentioned above so that you can plan your vacation accordingly.

Barbados

Barbados proves to be a great getaway for the tourists with its clean and pink sandy beaches. The island has a rich cultural heritage and a wide choice of sight seeing options to choose from. Cricket is the most sought after sport here. The southern coast of the island has a couple of night spots and reasonably priced hotels. The east coast is distinguished with quiet beaches and the ocean is comparatively calmer than on the west coast of the island.

Trinidad and Tobago

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Trinidad and Tobago are the southernmost islands of the Caribbean. They lie just a few miles from the Venezuelan coast. The population of the islands is diverse and come from different countries like India, Europe and Pakistan. The people like to play calypso music, enjoy eating and they are usually warm towards their guests. Trinidad is one of the most visited destinations in the Caribbean. Tobago is also very peaceful and beautiful and has a wide number of forests and sandy white beaches. The visitors can enjoy activities like swimming, snorkeling, hiking and bird watching.

The British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands consist of the islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke. The Islands have a large number of shops and the pure waters are a treat for the tourists who enjoy activities like swimming and snorkeling. There are a lot of hotels and restaurants to choose from.

St. Kitts and Nevis

The St. Kitts and Nevis Islands are in the northern part of the Eastern Caribbean. St. Kitts is 68 square miles while Nevis covers a distance of 36 square miles. St. Kitts offers a combination of volcanic mountains, beautiful white sand beaches and green rain forests. The capital of St. Kitts is Basseterre. Basseterre has a lot of rich historical architecture and has a good amount of shops and cafes. Nevis is popular for its natural beauty, various plantations and amazing beaches. Charlestown is the capital of Nevis. It is an old Caribbean town has a variety of dining and shopping options to choose from.

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Antigua

Antigua is a British Island. It was formerly a British colony and it has still retained its British tradition. Antiguan people play a lot of cricket. Tourism ahs expanded ten fold in recent years and Antigua is one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean. Antigua is preferred by tourists from all over the world. The island has 365 of the most beautiful beaches and supports activities like swimming, snorkeling and diving. Yachting is also a very sought after activity in the sea.

In addition to the islands mentioned above, the Caribbean offers a lot more exciting islands for you to visit. You can visit the Caribbean islands websites to learn more about the islands and also explore lodging and dining options.

Antigua

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Fun Water Activities In Jamaica On Montego Bay

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Fun and unique water activities in Jamaica

Ready for adventure? There are plenty of ways to experience the blue Caribbean waters of Jamaica.

Half Moon Montego Bay Jamaica

Half Moon Montego Bay Jamaica resort is a famous hideaway of movie stars, royalty, and a lot of tourists. The resort is located only six miles east of the Donald Sangster International Airport and sits in four-hundred acres of stunning gardens and landscapes surrounding the ‘half moon’ shaped bay. The resort also takes pride in their Robert Trent Jones designed championship golf course, extensive water sports, gourmet dining, top accommodations, and great entertainment.

Half Moon Montego Bay Jamaica features rooms located in villas, cottages, and hotel buildings spread over more than one-hundred acres of Jamaica’s stunning north coast. A wide variety of first-class luxury accommodations that will suit every need, from forty-four rooms, one hundred seventy six suites, and thirty two villas, are among the great selection guests can choose from. Bright Jamaican paintings, Queen Anne inspired mahogany furniture, four poster beds, and vibrant carpets are among some of the features of the rooms, put together with the resort’s world class amenities and exquisite service, will surely be a unique taste of paradise for every guest seducing them to remain in this private haven.

Whether guests select a suite, a villa, or a room, Half Moon Montego Bay Jamaica guarantees the ultimate gracious hospitality and superb comfort. Every single accommodation features AM/FM radio, color cable TV, magnified shaving mirrors, refrigerated mini bar, individual air conditioning, direct dial telephone with voice mail, writing desk, nightly turn down service, modern bathroom facilities, 11V electrical outlets, in room safe, hair dryer, balconies or patios, and ocean and/or garden view.

Half Moon Montego Bay Jamaica resort also features delicious dining with on-site restaurants such as the Seagrape Terrace for buffet breakfasts, fine lunches and dinners beneath a canopy of green buttonwood trees, the II Giardino has a selection of pasta dishes presented in different styles, the Sugar Mill Restaurant located n a gentle slope overlooking the Half Moon golf course and under the two-hundred-year-old water wheel. There are also bars to enjoy a drink after a long active day, the Beach Bar, Lester’s Bar, Hibiscus Pool Bar, La Baguette, Royal Pavillon, and the 19th Hole Bar.

For guests who want to take tours, the resort also offers several tours such as Rafting on the Martha Brae River or at Mountain Valley, All Around Mobay, and Great River Revelry. Numerous fun and thrilling activities, sports, and recreation for active guest are also offered by the resort such as fifty-one swimming pools, Jacuzzi, golf, tennis, sailing, windsurfing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, horseback riding, show jumping, arena polo, squash, cricket, putting, bocce, and a lot more.

The Half Moon Montego Bay Jamaica will absolutely give each guest an awe-inspiring experience combined with luxury, relaxation, and fun.

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