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Guests are this week invited to escape the winter weather and enjoy Christmas and New Year in the Caribbean on an 18-night cruise.
Guests can this week experience a 19-night South American Adventure – taking in some of the best ports in the world – for only Ã‚Â£1,979 per person.
A spec of an island, Montserrat enjoys a reputation to dwarf its size, attracting visitors from around the globe to its mountain rainforests, black-sand beaches and luscious climate.
The carnival spirit will be alive and well this autumn on the Caribbean island of Dominica, as it prepares to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its Independence.
Britons are defying the credit crunch to catch some European sunshine, according to travel retailer Travelrepublic.co.uk.
Tropical Storm Gustav is moving towards Jamaica today and the residents of other Caribbean islands and New Orleans are on hurricane alert.
This luxury no-fly cruise departs from Dover on October 19th 2008. Enjoy some winter sunshine in Madeira and Tenerife before sailing on to the Caribbean islands, including stops in Barbados, Grenada, St Lucia, Antigua, St Maarten and Tortola. The cruise heads home via the Azores.
The classic 22-night Caribbean Cruise on the Fred Olsen cruise liner Braemar is being offered at the low price of Ã‚Â£995 per person including all flights, accommodation and meals.
Three in four Brits are considering an overseas getaway this Christmas.
With as many as 30 islands, dozens of active holiday options, and lots of festivals and sporting events, it is great to know where and when to go on a Caribbean holiday.
Two-fifths of Britons holiday for free in accommodation provided to them by their friends or family, research out today reveals.
Most travellers have not been deterred by the destruction and travel disruption caused by Hurricane Dean over the past few days.
Holidaymakers are being warned against all travel to Jamaica due to "extreme damage and eight to 13 foot storm surges" from Hurricane Dean that struck the island this weekend.
Jamaica is the most popular Caribbean destination for summer 2007, a flights comparison website reveals.
If you are fond of cruise holidays then you may be interested in the news that the world's largest cruise liner is almost ready to set sail.
The Caribbean is best known by holidaymakers as a top tropical beach destination, ideal for relaxing and luxurious breaks.
Nearly half of families would choose a hot and sunny Christmas holiday over a snowy destination, a new survey of parents reveals.
In less than a year, the world's largest cruise ship – <i>Freedom of the Seas</i> – will have to share her designation with her new younger sister.
A Haven for Montserrat divers
Ecotourism is a phrase frequently bandied about by tour operators, but holidaymakers have often not been able to establish the veracity of their claims.
The British love affair with a white Christmas remains strong, but in an unusual twist half of us would swap pure white snow for pure white sand.