Is there a best time to cruise the Caribbean? Quite frankly, from a Caribbean perspective the best time is always now. The Caribbean remains charming all year round with tropical climate, brilliant sunshine and with friendly, hospitable people to greet guests whenver they arrive. Of course, the hurricane season is from June 1 to November…

The saying is, Jamaica as a brand is one of the most recognizable, globally. This is because Jamaica and Jamaicans continue to inspire the world in several areas especially sports, music, culture and food. Track superstar Usain Bolt and reggae superstar Bob Marley are two names that most people on planet earth have heard of.…

Maria la Gorda is situated in the western region of Cuba in the province of Pinar del Rio. It is also considered a tender port. This is due to the fact that the cruise ships are unable to dock hence tenders are used to bring cruisers to the shore. It is nonetheless an awesome tourist…

Spanish for Island of Youth, Isla de la Juventud is the second largest island in Cuba and the seventh largest in the West Indies. The harbors of the island are not all too deep and as such, cruise ships are unable to dock. To take care of this, cruisers are tendered ashore by smaller boats.…

Cienfuegos is one of the smallest provinces in Cuba and has an economy that largely depends on sugar, both growing and processing. The region is a popular tourist destination and one of the most famous tourist attractions in this region is scuba diving. The Cienfuegos port boasts of more than fifty dive sites with incredible…

Popular for exotic and luxury resorts, Cayo Coco is an island situated in Central Cuba. It is isolated from the mainland Cuba and are only connected by means of a man-made causeway that spans several miles long. A security checkpoint is used to control access. The fact that Cayo Coco is not connected makes it…

One of the major ports of Cuba and its leading economic center, Havana is the capital city of Cuba and extends westwards and southwards from the bay. It is the hub of the Cuban Government and hosts various business headquarters, ministries as well as numerous diplomatic offices. The city of Havana attracts millions of tourists…

Cuba’s second largest city which also serves as the capital city of the province if Santiago de Cuba is one of the most important historical destinations in Cuba. The area played a critical role in the Cuban revolution. Located on the south east of the island, Santiago de Cuba is made up of a bay…

Port Antonio before was sleepy Jamaican town before it was revolutionized by Lorenzo Dow Baker in the 1880s when he introduced banana trade there. His actions greatly influenced the growth of the town and it became a tourist destination of wealthy American voyagers. Port Antonio has been visited by great people such as great movie…

It is the third largest and the most populated island of the British Virgin Islands and it covers an area of 8 square miles. It was named by Christopher Columbus as “the fat virgin” owing to its shape seen on the horizon. The major residential and commercial part of it is found on the southwestern…