First you must consider where the island is located.
All of the islands have beautiful sand beaches but each one has it's own unique aspects. Some islands like Barbados, St. Lucia, Aruba and Curacao are farther south and considered to be outside of the "hurricane belt". During "hurricane season", which is usually considered to be from June until the end of November, your chances of encountering a full hurricane hit are smaller on these islands. Although, there are never any guarantees with weather.
British heritage, premier Caribbean island featuring a mix of private villas, resorts and all-inclusive hotels. This island is the most re-visited island, known as one of the safest islands for personal security and drinkable water. The most established infrastructure in the Caribbean make the whole island including it's white and pink sand beach, rich culture, architecture and activities accessible to all. Political independence, their serious dedication to family and education make Barbadians/Bajans a proud, friendly, welcoming people. You also experience excellent cuisine as the only Zagat rated island in the Caribbean. Many direct flights, it's south east location and consistent warm temperatures make for an "easy good time". Swim with the turtles, dive, surf, sail, golf, relax and play on this gorgeous coral rock island - an authentic piece of art next to the sea. Take advantage of complimentary Asuwish Concierge Services to point you in the right direction for a deeper island experience.
British heritage, premier Caribbean island with a wide array of private villas and all-inclusive resorts. It features great options for an intimate getaway for adults looking for a relaxing and sometimes healing experience. There are some wonderful family venues as well. There is something for everyone: spas, eco tours, lush hiking trails, excellent cave and open water dives, zip lining through the jungle canvass and more. Enjoy excellent food, the unique dormant volcanoes (pitons) with an established health focused infrastructure and history of "healing sands". Be prepared for excellent service and warmth from the people and this wonderful southern island.
This small island is a true jewel for tourists seeking out a tropical destination with a touch of European flair. Although many nationalities have shaped the culture, the Dutch influence is particularly present in the language, the architecture and the windmill-turned-restaurant. Aruba has a wonderful culinary reputation and a bold and exciting nightlife with numerous clubs, evening shows and casinos. Oranjestad, the island's capital, is a paradise for shoppers. Sun seekers will rejoice. Aruba's coast is surrounded by beaches of pure white sand which are particularly rugged and beautiful on the northern side. The unusual shape of the divi-divi trees, trunk bent by constant trade winds, is also a symbol of the island. Inland Aruba is more reminiscent of a desert landscape with cacti, aloe and dramatic rock formations.
Enjoy the unspoiled, untamed and unforgettable Negril- Jamaica's jewel in the crown where our open 7 mile beach entices you to walk, to swim, to play... and to make friends. The rugged cliff side on the West End burst into fire at sunset in the many bars and restaurants, whilst the peaceful afternoons show off the many caves and diving areas. Negril is unique in its equal ambit of beach and cliff, its numerous eccentric characters, its laid back atmosphere, its friendliness! Like the sun setting dramatically over the sea, and returning each morning, we hope that you will return after sampling the diversity that is Negril. For years, Negril's beach has been rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world by many travel magazines.The north end of the beach is home to the large, all-inclusive resorts, and to the south are the smaller, family-run hotels. This combination gives the Negril area a large variety of rooms, services and prices. South of downtown Negril is West End Road, known as the cliff area, which is lined with resorts that offer more privacy. These areas offer easy access to waters good for snorkelling and diving, with jumping points reaching more than 40 feet (12 m) high.
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