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ANGUILLA

Anguilla a warm and welcoming island destination tucked away in the northern Caribbean. Embraced by unrivaled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas, Anguilla is casual and easy, a unique blend of high style and low-key elegance, and the best of the good life set to a slow and casual island tempo. Anguilla is an experience that captivates our visitors and creates friendships and memories that last a lifetime. Visit Anguilla and enjoy our endless Summer with near perfect weather, blue waters and balmy trade winds. Quiet, and low key from the end of August to October, the island is yours to explore Anguillan cuisine is influenced by native Caribbean, African, Spanish, French and English cuisines. Seafood is abundant, and includes prawns, shrimp, crab, spiny lobster, conch, mahi-mahi

ANTIGUA BARBUDA

Antigua. Is known for its warm, steady winds, a complex coastline of safe harbors, and a protective, nearly unbroken wall of coral reef. It would make a perfect place to hide a fleet.And so in 1784 the legendary Admiral Horatio Nelson sailed to Antigua and established Great Britain’s most important Caribbean base. Little did he know that over 200 years later the same unique characteristics that attracted the Royal Navy would transform Antigua and Barbuda in one of the Caribbean’s premier tourist destinations. Antigua Beach The signs are still there, they just point to different things. The Trade Winds that once blew British men-of-war safely into English Harbor now fuel one of the world’s foremost maritime events, Sailing week. The expansive, winding coastline that made Antigua diff

ANTILLES

A large percentage of the Netherlands Antilleans descended from European colonists and African slaves who were brought here from the 17th to the 19th centuries. The rest of the population originated from other Caribbean islands as well as Latin America, East Asia and elsewhere in the world. The language Papiamentu was predominant on Curaçao and Bonaire (as well as the neighboring island of Aruba). This creole descended from Portuguese and West African languages with a strong admixture of Dutch, plus subsequent lexical contributions from Spanish and English. An English-based creole dialect, formally known as Netherlands Antilles Creole, was the native dialect of the inhabitants of Sint Eustatius, Saba and Sint Maarten. After a decades-long debate, English and Papiamentu were made of

ARUBA

Located 15 miles north of Venezuela in the warm waters of the southern Caribbean, Aruba is home to beautiful white-sand beaches, beautiful weather, and some of the sweetest people in the world. Our island is 19.6 miles long and 6 miles across, a total area of 70 square miles. We’re located just below the hurricane belt, and unlike many islands in the Caribbean, Our climate is dry, so we rarely have a rainy day. On the south and west coasts of Aruba, you’ll find Oranjestad, our capital city, and miles of beaches that have been named some of the best in the world. Here, you’ll find most of the hotels and all-inclusive resorts in Aruba, and Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA). In the interior of the island, you’ll find Arikok National Park, a desert like preserve with a va

BAHAMAS

With each island in The Bahamas offering something different, your best plan is to hop on a plane or push out a boat and visit as many as time allows. Sample city living, island-style, by spending a few days in cosmopolitan Nassau with its duty free shops, golf, museums and restaurants. If it’s romantic seclusion you’re after, lie back and relax on the pristine white sand of Long Island’s deserted beaches. If you’re looking for adventure, experience the dive of a lifetime, exploring challenging wreck sites off the coast of San Salvador, snorkelling the clearest waters in the world or taking up the local sport of bonefishing. Get closer to nature and hop over to Inagua National Park to witness the unforgettable spectacle of nesting flamingos and other exotic wildlife. And if you’ve come i

BARBADOS

The United Nations Human Development Index (2011) ranked Barbados in the highest bracket “Very High Human Development”, well above the regional average for the Caribbean and Latin America. Visitors highlight the friendliness of Barbadians as the island’s greatest and most pleasing asset. This is reflected in the highest repeat visitor factor in the region of 39%. The people of Barbados have a history of long ingrained Christian principles, a sound and free educational system with a literacy rate of 97%. Barbados has the third oldest parliament in the world, with uninterrupted parliamentary governance since 1639. Barbados was the only vacation destination in this Hemisphere with a scheduled Concorde service. One of the retired British Airways concordes now resides at our internationa