If you’re looking to escape the biting cold of the British winter, a Caribbean cruise is is the perfect way to do so.

The Caribbean guarantees a relaxing break with constant sunshine, and with the surge of brand new resorts, spas and bars opening up, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

It’s easier than ever reach the Caribbean thanks to the more frequent and brand new flights on offer, so this winter really is the perfect time to take a trip to paradise.


Top 5 Caribbean Shore Excursions

It is the exciting shore excursions that help make the Caribbean islands so popular.
Here are some of our favourites.

The Caribbean Climate

Caribbean Islands each have a micro climate of their own, however they consistently benefit from beautiful year-round weather with temperatures in the peak July period rarely falling below 27c or climbing above 33c

What’s on in the Caribbean?

The Caribbean islands play host to a variety of events throughout the year with each island adding its own flavour to the proceedings.


Caribbean Port Guides

Explore the islands of the Caribbean using our Port Guides – simply click the map below to find out more about top destinations.

Image Map
Western Caribbean
1- Jamaica
2 – Cayman Islands
3 – Havana, Cuba
Eastern Caribbean
4 – Puerto Rico
5 – Turks & Caicos
6 – British Virgin Islands
Southern Caribbean
7 – Grenada
8- Aruba, Curacao & Bonaire

Barbados

Bahamas
9 – St Lucia
10 – Bahamas

New for 2011

There are many new hotels, spas and bars opening across the Caribbean throughout 2011. Read our listings of some of the newest developments over the coming year.

What to wear on a Caribbean cruise

Peak season falls between December and February and with temperatures consistently around the 30°C, you need to dress and pack accordingly.