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With crystal-clear waters and white sand beaches, Antigua is a true paradise. This beautiful island nation is located in the eastern Caribbean Sea. In addition to its natural beauty, Antigua also offers a variety of activities and attractions. There's something for everyone on this ideal island!

Antigua and Barbuda

Best time of year to go

The best time to visit is  winter through spring. From mid-December through April, Antigua has pleasant temperatures and relatively little rainfall. May and June are also good months to visit Antigua, even though temperatures rise slightly and rainfall increases.

Antigua Highlights

- Nelson's Dock Yard
- Shirley Heights Lookout

- Devil's Bridge National Park

- Dickenson's Bay

-The island is said to have a different beach for every day of the year

St. John is part of the U.S. Virgin Islands which means U.S. citizens can visit without a passport. There are quite a few opportunities for both St. Thomas and St. John right now, so it’s a good choice for travelers on a budget. 

U S Virgin Islands

Best time of year to visit

The best time to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands is April to June, when you can expect mild weather and very little rainfall. In the USVI's peak season, from December to March, the temperature ranges from the mid-70s to high 80s with breezy evenings.

USVI Highlights

- Shop, see and splash

- Mangrove Lagoon

- St. Thomas food tasting and walking tour

- St. Thomas to St. John, snorkel, swim and beach experience

Jamaica attracts travelers of many different types. Some come to see the amazing wildlife. Others come to experience the famous Reggae music scene, which had its birthplace on this island. Home of the famous Bob Marley.


In Jamaica, the climate is tropical, hot all year round, with little difference between winter and summer (just a few degrees). Even in winter, daytime temperatures are around 81/86°F) and night-time temperatures around 68/73 °F. The southern coast, where Kingston is located, is slightly warmer in the winter months.

Best time of year to go

Jamaica Highlights

- Bob Marley on 9 Mile

- Bamboo River Rafting 

- Swim in the Luminous Lagoon

- Swim with the Dolphins

When many people think of the Caribbean, they think of great resorts, Jamaica, and Cuba. But what they don't realize is that the most popular destination in the Caribbean is the Dominican Republic.  The Dominican Republic is on an island that is shared with Hispaniola and Haiti, and it sees over 6 million visitors a year. 

Dominican Republic - Punta Cana

Best Time of year to go

The best time to visit is between December and March when the weather is most settled. The hottest month of the year is August. The coolest month of the year is January.

Dominican Highlights

- Whte sand beaches

- Cable car rides

- Horseback riding

- Impressive golf courses

Los Cabos has year round warm weather, stunning beaches located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula.  Los Cabos is a dream destination with a little something for everyone. Below are several reason you should consider Los Cabos.

Mexico - Los Cabos

Best time of year to go
Pleasantly warm weather from December to March and a hot summer from May to October.

Destination Highlights
- Whale watching
- Desert Safari
- El Arco and nearby beaches

Of course, when you think about Cuba La Havana or Havana comes to mind or the Camila Cabello song. You will most likely land here. It’s a great place to get acquainted with the culture firsthand, get a feel for the country and walk around to see old buildings mixed with newer buildings. It is definitely a unique site for you to see.


Best time of year to go

The best time to visit Cuba is between October and April. This island has a wonderful Caribbean climate and a long season of loveliness, when the days are warm and sunny and there's very little rain, particularly in Havana and on the coast.

Cuban Highlights

- Le Gran Piedra - to see coffee plantations
- The Parque Céspedes is a must see. Lively, full of musical talent, and      surrounded by historic buildings and museums.
- Cuban Food- Eat at paladares which are privately owned restaurants instead of state-owned restaurants. The food found at the paladares is always fresher and more interesting and offered at a better price. 


Museums, historical places and UNESCO sites, sunset parties with rum and barbecues, water and land activities, walks around the harbours (there are 3), duty-free shopping, boat tours and rainforest exploration: Antigua offers a wide range of things to do for those who don't plan to be on the beach all day.

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