Dominica- (December- January)

Though available year-round, discovering and seizing the tropical adventures of Dominica is especially welcomed in December into January. This untouched and preserved nature island offers visitors pristine outdoor activities over its lush forests and terrains throughout the year. Following the rainy season, the month of December provides richly luxuriant flora and fauna with clearer and […]

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The Bahamas- (December 26th, Boxing Day)

Escaping the winter cold and soaking up Bahamian culture, celebrating Junkanoo invites visitors to crack two coconuts with one hit. Originating centuries ago during times of slavery, Junkanoo was birthed as a cultural celebration of the islands’ heritage. Colourfully decorated costumes sway through the streets to the melodic tunes of local percussion after Christmas each […]

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Saint Lucia- (October)

A trip to Saint Lucia is best enjoyed in October during its cultural celebrations, throughout the vibrant Creole Month. The island’s unique and colourful heritage is displayed through several showcases of arts and festivals where its fusion foods, traditional dances, parades, drinks and more are observed and widely honoured. An exciting month of rousing activities […]

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Barbados- (August)

Washing up more than miles of white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, Barbados is home to a vibrantly flamboyant summer street festival known as Crop Over. Celebrated at the start of August yearly, Grand Kadooment Day marks the end of the Crop Over period with masqueraders parading the streets in colourfully adorned costumes. This […]

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Jamaica- (Mid-July)

Bursting with culture, Jamaica serenades visitors every summer to its acclaimed and highly anticipated Reggae Sumfest. Held every mid-July in Montego Bay, Reggae Sumfest is the Caribbean’s premier and largest live music festival. The birthplace of the musical genre, Jamaica’s Reggae Sunfest is an epic celebration and showcase of the island’s sensational contribution to the […]

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Turks & Caicos- (July)

The Turks & Caicos Islands are a true oasis of sea fun and water adventure under its cloudless skies and perfect summer weather. July on these luxurious islands welcomes the warm splendid weather idyllic for a stream of water activities and events. Adventurers swarm the shores to participate in windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, parasailing, jet-skiing and […]

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Bermuda- (End of May)

Officially kickstarting the summer, Bermuda Day is celebrated on the last Friday of May annually. Ringing in the culmination of Heritage Month, Bermuda Day is a grand celebration of the island’s unique culture and comradery. A series of exciting events spatter the Calendar of May commemorating local heritage and traditions with the final vibrant float-parades, […]

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St Maarten/ St Martin (SXM) – (Mid-April – May)

Offering two for the price of one, St Maarten/ St Martin is a picturesque year-round Caribbean destination with double the fun. The island’s perfect temperate climate and low humidity keep the clothing-optional beaches warm and perfectly cool throughout the year. With a buzzing nightlife stirring up a strip of clubs and casinos, dubbed the Vegas […]

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Antigua- (April- May)

Originating in the 1940s, Antigua Sailing Week dominates the English Harbor at the end of April into May annually. A premier international regatta of the Caribbean, it continues to garner hundreds of sailors and captains from across the globe. Antigua Sailing Week welcomes thousands of eager spectators yearly where the excitement and vibes never end; […]

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Tobago- (April)

The sweet sounds of contemporary jazz music soothe thousands of visitors at the acclaimed Tobago Jazz Festival in Plymouth, Tobago. Local, regional and international household names grace the stage at the end of April yearly for a memorable four-day experience. From April’s last Thursday to Sunday, the island’s pristine landscape and relaxed island vibe elicit […]

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