Cozy up and indulge in the island’s unique cuisine and dishes with an intimate cooking class overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Nicole’s Table dishes out freshly sourced foods and herbs in a 3-4 hour interactive cooking class.
Sample Antigua’s #1 fish and rum spot! Papa Zouk continues to woo foodies and seafood lovers with scrumptious fritters garnished with warm Caribbean vibes in the island’s capital city. A rum aficionado’s retreat, this spot boasts of the largest caribbean rum selection.
The island’s national board game; engross yourself in an intense game of Warri. Originating from Antigua’s African ancestors, the Warri game is an island staple requiring two or more players, a 12-pocket wooden board, and sharp mathematical skills. Witness the greatest players or take a chance at the national Warri Festival held each October.
Sample the islands’ most grand fish fry stretching seaside in Arawak Cay. A lively food joint in the capital here continues to capture the hearts and taste buds of visitors and locals with authentically vibrant food spots stocked with cold drinks all leading to the beach along its wooden path.
Lap up the crisp vibes and fish in this hidden fish fry neatly tucked under the Paradise Island exit bridge. A colorful collection of shops, shacks, and stalls, this
bustling market dishes out seafood all day long.
Birthplace of rum! Explore the world’s oldest and still functioning rum distillery established in St Lucy, Barbados. This historical and interactive tour pours up quality rum tastings accompanied by the finest selections.
Sample Bermuda’s tasty fusion cuisine as you embark on a guided walking food tour across the city. Foodies lap up the distinct island vibes while savouring the toothsome dishes and exotic cocktails Bermudians
cheerfully whip up and dish out.
Embark on an aromatic journey as you sample the true heritage of Curaçao at Landhuis Chobolobo. Home of the Genuine Curaçao Liqueur, visitors gain a history of the island’s liqueur production, savouring various flavours as they tour the 19th century building.
Savor the flavor of Dominica’s national dish as you slurp up its tantalizing callaloo soup. The island’s twist to the hearty dish draws from its African and Indigenous roots, packing ground provisions, meats, spices and more into the leafy green soup.
Drink up Dominica’s award-winning beer, brewed in the island’s capital city. Named after the country’s original and indigenous name, Waitukubuli, Kubuli Beer is distinctly Dominican, blending the island’s natural
spring water, malted barley, and hops. The result is a refreshingly light lager easily
sipped or chugged on the island’s shores.
Engage in the island’s therapeutic tea culture, sampling its traditional herbal and medicinal teas. Dominica’s ‘bush teas’ are a blended result of the varied inhabited immigrant cultures, tracing back to indigenous Carib Indian practices in
which the island’s fertile forestry provides for medical tea cultivation.
Sink your teeth into the island’s pure and rich chocolates, sampling all things cocoa at Grenada’s prime chocolate festival every May. This aromatic nine-day festival delivers tastings, pairings, educational history, and more from several bean-to-bar chocolate makers and enthusiasts.
Scoff down the freshly caught fish with a side of vivacious vibes and cheerful locals in the fishing village that never sleeps. Friday nights in Gouyave, a fishing village north of Grenada, is a flamboyant display of the island’s authentically blithesome nature serving up a wealth of freshly caught and prepared streetside seafood.
Sample Guyana’s renowned El Dorado Rum exploring the country’s oldest rum distillery at Plantation Diamond. Home to over twenty styles of rum, Demerara Distillery dishes out a traditionally unique guided tour, furnished with original wooden vats and 18th century stills.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with some of the world’s best ice-cream! Kingston’s well-loved ice-cream parlor scoops up creamy authentic Caribbean ice-cream flavors at the country’s historical landmark. Here visitors eagerly tour the island’s first black millionaire mansion.
Smack your lips on Montego Bay’s family-friendly Jerk Festival where visitors savor authentic Jamaican meals in the accompaniment of music and various
high spirited festivities. Western Jamaica’s largest jerk festival dishing out all things jerk!
Immerse yourself in the island’s jostling street party held every Friday night near Rodney Bay. Crowds of locals and tourists frolic to the sounds of live music while slurping down Gros Islet’s street-side food with bottles and beers.
Savor enticing blends of rum and rum liqueurs as you explore the island’s only rum distillery in Castries. Equipped with a seasoned guide, travelers are exposed to the rum-making processes and its history.
Explore Antigua’s original British maritime hub and UNESCO World Heritage Site with a visit to Nelson Dockyard. This restored historical site presents travelers with culture-rich activities worth discovering; from the Dockyard Museum to shops, restaurants, and marina bay, home to Antigua Sailing Week.
Satiate your sweet-tooth with Tobago’s favorite snacks and treats. Conveniently available at the airport or Store Bay Beach, Sugar Cakes and Benne Balls are among the popular desserts loved by tourists and locals alike.
Sample the locally crafted brew while touring the islands’ sole brewery at Turks Head Brewery. Before making their way to the onsite gift-shop, beer lovers are served local tastings while being educated on the production processes for several varieties of brew made in central Providenciales. Turk's Head Lager, Turk'sHead Amber,
Island Hopping Ale (IPA) and Turk's Head Lite (a light lager) are the four main brews with the occasional seasonal stout for St. Patrick’s Day.
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