Epitomised by pristine, palm-fringed beaches and turquoise seas, these laid-back paradise Islands also boast vibrant cultures and plenty of activities, from hiking to diving.
The nation of Antigua and Barbuda is a beach-lover’s paradise.
The Caribbean island of Aruba is famous for its white-sand beaches and turquoise waters but there is much more to do for holidaymakers and cruise visitor
One of the most prosperous islands in the Caribbean, Barbados is a holidaymaker’s favourite.
An intriguing British overseas territory, Bermuda is mishmash of English and Caribbean flavours, creating a place that is very unique.
The island of Cuba is the largest in the Caribbean, with an area similar to that of Greece.
Dominica is often described as the "nature island" of the Caribbean with unique attractions, landscapes and culture.
Golden coastlines, deep blue lagoons and plush resorts are the order of the day in the Dominican Republic.
The three-island nation of Grenada was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498 and became known as the “Spice Island”.
Jamaica is probably the most popular island for tourists in the Caribbean.
Puerto Rico is in the Caribbean but it's also a self-governing territory of the United States.
One of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean, St Kitts and Nevis boasts stunning natural beauty as well as an interesting history.
A land of palm-fringed beaches, waterfalls, rainforests and the majestic Piton Mountains, St Lucia has something for just about everyone.
St Vincent and the Grenadines encompasses 32 gorgeous Caribbean Islands.
An archipelago of 700 islands and islets, the Bahamas is a tourist hotspot.
Trinidad & Tobago are twin islands in the Caribbean and they couldn’t be any more different.