The islands

Anguilla

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Flag AnguillaA warm and welcoming Island destination tucked away in the northern part of the Eastern Caribbean. Anguilla is a small Island of 35 square miles, flat and low-lying a few miles north of Saint Martin. Unrivaled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas embrace it. Its lifestyle is casual and easy, a unique blend of high style and low-key elegance set to a slow Island tempo.

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Antigua & Barbuda

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Flag Antigua & BarbudaPronounced An-tee-ga, the largest of the English-speaking islands of 440 square kilometers. It is a twin-island country with 5 parishes on the mainland and 2 dependencies named Barbuda and Redonda offshore, plus several smaller islets.

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Barbados

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Flag BarbadosBarbados’ name meaning "the bearded ones," was derived from the bearded fig trees that were in abundance on the Island when it was discovered. It is the most eastward Island in the Caribbean and the only one that does not touch the Caribbean Sea.

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British Virgin Islands

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Flag   BritishThe British Virgin Islands (BVI) are territories of Her Majesty's land, but aside from scattered offerings of fish and chips, there's little that's overtly British. Part of a volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean comprising of 4 main English speaking islands plus several smaller ones, it is nicknamed ‘nature’s little secrets’.

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Special offer

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Flag   BarbadosFlag   grenadinesStarting from

$5900 USD

Including taxes
Flights included by Caribbean airlines
Duration: 14 Days

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Dominica

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Flag DominicaThe island of Dominica sits midway along the Eastern Caribbean archipelago, just a few miles south of Martinique with Guadeloupe to the north. Its official name is the Commonwealth of Dominica, which is mostly referenced in official communiqués, and to distinguish it from its northerly Caribbean sister, the Dominican Republic.

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Grenada

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Flag   GrenadaA tri-state that includes Carriacou, Petite Martinique, plus many smaller nearby islands all governed by Grenada, (pronounced Gre-nay-da) the main Island and capital. Its nickname, ‘Spice Island’ is derived from that mixed spicy aroma that emanates from the very many nutmeg estates, where other spices such as cinnamon and clove can also be found.

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Montserrat

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Flag MontserratMontserrat’s landscape is of mysterious and startling contrasts. Zoom in and discover the people, history and wildlife that make this island hum. Today it is an Island half covered with lush green vegetation in the north, contrasted with the stark debacle of volcanic activity on its southern side.

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St. Lucia

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Flag   stluciaSwanked on its eastern shores by the Atlantic Ocean, St. Lucia offers a variety of accommodations to suit each style which translates into a myriad of dining adventures to tease your palates whether on the resort, or as you sail into the sunset, or simply on the beach in Rodney Bay.

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St. Kitts & Nevis

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flag   stkittsIntoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. St. Kitts & Nevis are a two-island country and the smallest estate in the Leeward Islands located north of Antigua.

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St. Vincent & The Grenadines

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Flag   grenadinesLocated northwest of Grenada and south of St. Lucia sits a hidden gem; an archaepegalo comprising of the main island St. Vincent, plus a chain of 32 smaller islands. These include star-studded Mustique, Union Island, Bequia, Canouan, Palm Island, Mayreau, Petit St. Vincent and many other smaller islets (approx. 600).

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Trinidad & Tobago

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Flag   trinidad"Sweet, Sweet T&T" Trinidad and Tobago is a twin island republic located off the northeast coast of Venezuela with a biological diversity, unlike most Caribbean islands. An alluring combination of culture and eco-adventure promises an experience that few other destinations can replicate.

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