The Caribbean: A Year-Round Paradise

The Caribbean…where to start! A sun-kissed utopia spellbinding the senses and stealing the hearts of anyone visiting. Nestled surrounded by the glittering turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, this charming region is famous for its breath-taking beauty, vibrant culture, and welcoming hospitality.

From the moment you arrive to this mesmerising archipelago, you are transported into a world of infinite wonders. Every island boasts its own unique personality, with diverse landscapes and captivating history. Whether you’re drawn to the volcanic peaks of St. Lucia, the pristine white sands of Barbados, or the lush rainforests of Jamaica, the Caribbean offers a whole variety of true treasures waiting to be discovered. Rhythmic beats of calypso and reggae music fill the air, and tantalising aromas of fresh seafood, jerk chicken and tropical fruits excite your taste buds.

The Caribbean’s tropical climate ensures that every season is the ideal time to visit. Whether you’re looking for a romantic haven for any occasion, a summer retreat under the swaying palm trees, or a winter escape from the cold, the Caribbean guarantees a perfect setting for unforgettable memories.

January – British Virgin Islands

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The British Virgin Islands in January offer a delightful escape during the winter months. You’ll find pristine beaches, crystal clear waters and the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. With January being a popular month to visit the Caribbean, hopping further afield will remove you from the crowds and give you the idyllic getaway you’ve been craving. January offers sunny days and gentle breezes, so it’s the perfect time for snorkelling or scuba diving. It also marks the start of the sailing season in the British Virgin Islands!

February – Anguilla


If you’re looking for a luxurious and sun-soaked Caribbean escape in February, it’s got to be Anguilla. February marks the middle of the high season in the Caribbean so you can retreat from the masses by taking a quick domestic flight over to Anguilla. Aside from finding some of the most breath-taking beaches, you can indulge in world-class dining at the island’s famous restaurants, featuring a blend of local delicacies and international flavours.

March – St. Kitts & Nevis

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March is a brilliant time to visit St. Kitts & Nevis and experience the true essence of this enchanting twin-island nation. You’ll be met by lush landscape and stunning beaches – beyond the beaches, St. Kitts & Nevis showcases a captivating history, evident in the preserved architecture and historical landmarks such as Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the lush rainforests, hiking to the summit of Nevis Peak or Mount Liamuiga, or experiencing the scenic train ride around the island of St. Kitts.

April – Jamaica

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April promises warm tropical vibes in Jamaica. Alongside a warm welcome, expect adventure filled days and gorgeous stretches of shimmering beaches. If you are lucky enough for your visit to coincide with Jamaica’s Carnival, soak up the pulsating rhythms of dancehall and reggae, and dance away watching the colourful parade displaying the island’s rich cultural heritage. And for nature enthusiasts, April offers opportunities to explore cascading waterfalls, trek to the summit of the Blue Mountains where you can see both the north and south coasts at the same time or embark on a relaxing raft ride down Martha Brae River.

May – St. Vincent & the Grenadines

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St. Vincent & the Grenadines are made up of a chain of stunning islands and islets. Visiting in May allows you to revel in their peaceful ambiance and untouched beauty. Turquoise waters invite divers and snorkelers to explore the vibrant coral reefs below the surface, and sailing enthusiasts can hop onboard and sail away through the unspoiled islands, adorned with dramatic hillsides and coconut palms creating postcard-perfect views. Bequia, Canouan, Mustique and Petit St Vincent are some of our favourite islands to enjoy, and don’t forget a stop at the jaw dropping Tobago Cays to spy a certain famous desert island.

June – Grenada

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The beginning of the hurricane season commences in the Caribbean in June however Grenada comfortably sits beneath the hurricane belt making it a reliable choice for the summer months. There’s so much to do on this versatile island from snorkelling adventures to hiking through the rainforests of Grand Etang National Park or discovering spectacular waterfalls. Experience the beauty and vibrant spirit of the ‘Spice Isle’ and tickle your tastebuds by touring nutmeg and cocoa plantations or soak up the annual Chocolate Festival with a variety of chocolate-themed events.

July – Bermuda


Bermuda’s position in the North Atlantic Ocean gives this destination a beautiful semi-tropical climate which means the high season is during the summer months and there’s no whisper of hurricanes. Stunning pink-sand beaches, clear waters and fun island culture awaits! The island is also a haven for diving enthusiasts – an abundance of coral reefs and shipwrecks are keen to be explored! And no visit goes without a tour around the UNESCO-listed town of St. George or a step inside the Crystal Caves.

August – Mexico’s Riviera Maya/Yucatán Peninsula


Mexico’s Caribbean coast and Yucatán Peninsula is beckoning in the summer months. It’s easy to delve into the rich history and cultural heritage of the region, and exploring archaeological sites in the middle of lush jungles is truly awe-inspiring. Blinding white sand beaches boarder the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second-largest reef system in the world, offering divers a tremendous experience. You can even take a dip in a magical cenote or indulge in the diverse flavours of Mexican cuisine – there’s something for everyone.

September – Saint Lucia

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Saint Lucia has a safe position underneath the Caribbean’s hurricane belt so you can confidently enjoy this magical island during the low season. It also has a special quality in September as it is one of the very few islands whose hotels remain open during this time of year, allowing you to experience a getaway like no other – peace and quiet amidst stunning natural wonders. Take in the UNESCO World Heritage Pitons which dominate the landscape, hike through verdant rainforests, or have a go at a chocolate making workshop.

October – Turks & Caicos

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October in Turks & Caicos provides a quieter experience for visitors looking for a relaxing and rejuvenating break. World-famous beaches await sun worshippers, and incredible dive sites around the third largest barrier reef in the world are ready for avid divers – here you will find a myriad of colourful marine life from turtles to eagle rays and starfish. Expect an open armed welcome, ensuring a memorable and hospitable stay in this Caribbean paradise.

November – Barbados

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With the hurricane season beginning to subside, Barbados’ positioning is perfect for a November getaway as it is securely beneath the hurricane band. Beachgoers and outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element – pristine white sands, water sports galore, hiking opportunities and luxury catamaran cruises to spot majestic turtles and soak up the panoramic views of the platinum west coast all await. And foodies will love the Bajan cuisine – indulge in the mouth-watering flavours of delicacies like red snapper, mahi mahi or flying fish. Whether you are after relaxation, cultural immersion, a foodie experience, or adventure, Barbados won’t disappoint.

December – Antigua & Barbuda

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What better way to enjoy your festive celebrations and bring in the New Year than in Antigua & Barbuda?! This twin-island nation is renowned for its stunning beaches where you can relax on powdery white sands, swim in turquoise waters, or enjoy a spot of sailing. History buffs can get lost in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nelson’s Dockyard and nature lovers will appreciate the island’s lush landscape on one of the many scenic hiking trails. My favourite… watching the sunset from Shirley Heights with a refreshing cocktail followed by an energetic evening of food, music, and dancing.

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