De-stress and unwind with a visit to the island’s donkey sanctuary. Sheltering approximately 150 donkeys, as well as other animals, this attraction garners eager children and adults alike opting for a lax and unique experience.
Goggle and gaze at Antigua’s strikingly camera-ready landscape with an island tour by air! Embark on an intimate helicopter ride, hovering over the islands’ plush sites and Montserrat Volcano in just under an hour.
Zip through the island’s lush vegetation soaring over the thick rainforest canopy. Visitors gain a bird’s eye view of the island’s greenery, traveling tree-top zip lines, and bridges before seeking refuge in the hidden treehouse.
Explore Central Andros Bluehole National Park, composed of the bluest holes per square mile on Earth. Captain Bill Blue Hole, serenely surrounded by pine the forest is a habitat for the island's rarest species and deep-diving fun.
Experience the true beauty of the Exumas with an awe-inspiring trip to the Exuma Cay Land and Sea Park. First, of its kind, this protected land and marine area is a blissful exploration of 176 square miles of unspoilt natural splendour.
Marvel up-close a stunning collection of aquatic and land animals in one of the world’s oldest aquariums. Bermuda Aquarium, Natural History Museum & Zoo (BAMZ) is home to the world’s first living coral reef exhibit, with displays of hundreds of fish, birds, reptiles and mammals, making this stop a top family excursion.
Trek through beaten paths wandering the island’s 12-acre park, leading to the tranquil deep blue hole. Nature wanderers breezily stroll the trails before floating in Bermuda’s mangrove-fringed cool blue grotto, connected to underwater channels and caves.
Roam over 10 acres of unspoiled natural
forests and secluded beaches in the picturesque Cooper’s Island Nature
Reserve. Visitors bask in the island’s pristine terrains; hiking scenic trails with
sublime views and snorkeling sites as incentives.
Journey down under and absorb Bermuda’s enchanting azure underwater lake and largest cave systems with a guided tour. Explorers trail 100+ feet below ground, witnessing the islands’ crystal clear waters embellished with elaborate rock formations, stalagmites, and white limestone drippings.
Cruise the sunset to witness what lies beneath at this magical night-time expedition. Grand Cayman’s Bioluminescent Bay is a sparkle worth exploring up close; here visitors safely snorkel or kayak the luminously glowing calm waters.
Wander through caverns and tunnels of the historical Bodden Town Caves where pirates are said to have stashed hidden treasures or sought refuge. This recently restored historical site also offers visitors a trip to an exotic mini zoo and authentic pirate’s graveyard.
Waddle and wade with Cayman’s Green Sea Turtles in a majestic saltwater lagoon. Cayman Turtle Centre allows nature lovers to be submerged by the islands’ impressive biodiversity with interactive swimming and snorkeling activities, fun for all.
Survey the island’s most remarkable and largest cave structure while being educated on its distinctive historical and cultural significance. Formed over 300
000 years ago, the Hato Caves houses extraordinary limestone structures, waterfalls, pools and famed statues worth marvelling up-close.
Feed, ride and discover the majestic ostrich in Curaçao’s sweeping ostrich farm. The largest of its kind outside of Africa, visitors gain a hands-on and personal approach to the jaunty flightless birds before treating themselves to the on-site restaurant and souvenir shop.
Soar and glide over Curaçao, appreciating the island’s panoramic magnificence as you leap 10,000 feet above the ground! Adrenaline junkies check their bucket-list before safely tandem parachuting out the certified skydiving aircraft up above.
Cool off in the epic blowhole naturally formed along the rocky coast of Curaçao. Thrill-seekers trek off-road to witness the maritime geyser splash jets of the ocean’s water while lounging in the surrounding shallow natural pools, dubbed jacuzzi.
Hike the island’s most famous trail witnessing and experiencing up-close the world’s second-largest boiling lake. This flooded fumarole in Dominica is a 200 ft wide bubbling cauldron of blue-grey water blanketed by steamy clouds of vapor well worth the trek.
Tread the ponds and rooms formed by the split caves at Titou Gorge. This natural attraction formed from the cooling and splitting of molten lava impresses its visitors with refreshing waters and hot springs to cool down under the penetrating lights.
Soak in the majesty of Dominica’s towering twin waterfalls 20 minutes from the capital city. Adventure seekers can sample the rejuvenating waters and hot springs pooled at the base of The Mama and The Papa at the Trafalgar Falls before climbing around and being encircled by its rainbow.
Be soothed and be healed as you submerge the island’s natural spa in the esteemed tiny village of Wotten Waven. The natural hot sulphur springs and mud pools welcome its guests into the tropical forest with promises of solace and tales of healing properties.
Investigate the island’s mysteriously alluring lake outlined by flush vegetation, elevated 1,500 ft at the center of Grand Etang National Park and Forest Reserve. Several hike trails of varied difficulties lead to Grenada’s striking 36-acre lake, formed in an extinct volcanic crater.
Stroll Grenada’s blooming Palm Tree
Botanical Garden and appreciate its diverse range of vivid tropical plants and serenely
green palms in a delightful guided tour. This 2-acre garden is home to over 300 plant species and the red foot tortoise.
Hike through the island’s thick rainforest and explore the wondrous Seven Sisters Falls in Grand Etang National Park. Seven cascading waterfalls plunge into two rejuvenating mountain pools welcoming visitors to an irresistibly cool swim.
Steal an intimate moment with the world’s fourth-largest reptile on the protected shores of Grenada. The giant leatherback turtle retreats to Levera Beach between the nesting months of March and June when silent visitors can witness the awe-inspiring turtle hatching phenomenon.
Discover the heart of Guyana through a week-long 4x4 safari tour. Adventurers range through the land’s dense rainforests, camping, and surviving jungle life led by an Amerindian guide over the course of seven thrill-seeking days.
Range over a spectacular stretch of Guyana’s superabundant rainforest, gaining a bird’s eye view of the striking canopy and its lingering species. Rooted 100 ft above the forest ground, nature lovers traverse a series of suspended wooden bridges and platforms enjoying the unique tree-top perspectives of the canopy walk.
Leave nothing behind but footprints as you explore one of the world’s oldest and most remote ranches spreading 1,750 square miles of savanna in Guyana’s untouched South Rupuni region. The isolated Dadanawa Ranch is a habitat to
indigenous cowboys (vaqueros) and miles of free-range cattles offering visitors a peek into the insights of a functioning ranch. Here wildlife lovers can also spot the land’s jaguars and giant anteaters among other impressive native species.
Bear witness to the world’s largest single-drop waterfall roosted in Guyana’s thick green rainforest. Towering 741 ft in Guyana’s region of the Amazon Rainforest, waterfall-chasers gain an aerial view of the majestic Kaieteur Falls by plane ride before swallowing its spectacle on ground.
Be filled with amazement as you gawk at Guyana’s sweeping Orinduik Falls perched in the Ireng River bordering Guyana and Brazil. Stretching more than 490 ft wide, the 82 ft waterfall tumbles down a series of steps and cascades, welcoming travellers to its naturally formed jacuzzis for a cool dip.
Relax and breathe the crisp fresh air of Guyana’s pristine untouched natural corner settled by indigenous natives. Rewa Eco-Lodge provides visitors with a simple and remote expedition of the land’s unspoilt beauty, idyllic for nature-gawking, animal spotting, sustainable fishing and more.
Embark an incredible hour-long bamboo raft ride down the Martha Brae River. This authentic Jamaican experience delivers visitors a striking 30 ft bamboo raft ride drifting 3 miles, equipped with a licensed and experienced informative captain.
An extraordinary sight to behold, set eyes and bear witness to the glistening turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon in Port Antonio. Once believed to be bottomless, this 200 ft deep illusive lagoon spouts varying deep shades of bioluminescent blue surrounded by dense greenery
Trek through Ochos Rios’ blissful backdrop to the remarkable Dunn’s River waterfalls. This 90-minute hike reveals a stunning cascade of travertine waterfalls, rendering the site an epic Caribbean tourist attraction.
Take a dip or laze in the acclaimed Frenchman Cove Beach. Crowned one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, this secluded gem is a small union of saltwater, freshwater, and surrounding emerald green hues.
Glide 700 ft over Jamaica’s extensive green canopy in a sky explorer chairlift ride. Tucked away in Ocho Rios, this ecological rainforest park thrills visitors with an invigorating bobsled ride through the greenery and a chairlift ride above.
Roam the relaxing Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens and admire the wondrous color-changing Diamond Waterfall in Soufriere, St Lucia. Known for its exquisitely diverse vegetation, the falls yield a scenic sanctuary.
Uncloak Saint Lucia’s geothermal activity with the world’s only drive-in volcano tour, where you're taken through springs, craters, and mud pits. The sulfur springs present to extend a healing mud bath garnering eager visitors regularly.
Witness the breathtaking panoramic views and breathe new life as you hike St Lucia’s UNESCO World Heritage Site. These two steep, side-by-side, mountainous volcanic plugs stand tall from the sea near Soufriere, providing alluring biota for nature lovers
Soar over the island’s richest and thickest rainforests with exhilarating tree-top zip lining. Perched up to 150 ft above the forest floor, thrill-seekers safely glide across St Lucia’s striking sights.
Embrace nature, adventure and more in the secluded forest hills of SXM. Nestled in the French side of the island, Loterie Farm is a habitat for stimulating outdoors activities. Zip through the canopy, hike beaten trails or lodge in the forest overnight, not before chowing down on the tasty treats of the on-site restaurant. Loterie Farm dishes out something for everyone.
Trek the island’s highest point through the forested chain of hills on the French side of St. Martin. Pic Paradis rewards hikers with breathtaking views of the striking shoreline, naturally charming vegetation and surrounding islands of Anguilla, Saba and St Eustatius . Towering 1,492 ft, adventurers hike the 2.8 mile trail or access the top point via motor vehicle.
Discover St Martin’s best-kept secret via a five-minute ferry ride off the coast. Deserted beaches, hiking trails, snorkeling sites, and beach bars are among the notable offerings Pinel Island relinquishes to visitors. Popular among the locals enjoy a relaxing getaway with clothing-optional unadulterated fun.
Absorb the spectacular 360 views of the island on a relaxing sky chairlift ride. Perched 1,125 ft on Sentry Hill, visitors stream over St. Martin’s lush topography gaining sweeping views inclusive of the neighboring islands. Explore the on-site museum and sample Emilio’s restaurant before zipping back down via an exhilarating zipline ride.
Journey Grand Turk’s most scenic and captivating sites exploring the island’s
fertile history and natural grandeur in an energizing ATV tour. Here travellers also
meander through Grand Turk’s alluring coastal trails, catching a glimpse of the prime waters.
Eyewitness firsthand the remarkable array of diverse bird species that flock to the islands’ spectacular salt ponds and marshes. With more than twelve protected breeding-ground cays present, visitors candidly snap wild pink flamingos among other attractive bird species.
As a true staple to their diet, savour and experiment the many ways Turks and Caicos Islanders prepare and scoop out the nationally treasured conch. Conch salad, crack conch and conch fritters are among the several savoury dishes locals are known to creatively whip up.
Examine one of the region’s largest dry cave systems and the archipelago’s most grand above-ground cave structure, gaining a lesson in geology and history as you tour the Conch Bar caves in the Middle Caicos Islands.
Mount Grand Turk’s graceful horses and wade into the water at sunset with this relaxing island activity. Visitors enjoy family friendly guided beach rides, touring the island’s beaches and neighbouring natural attractions by horse.
Bite a taste of the islands’ culture with its immersive fish fry experience held every Thursday evening. Earning eager visitors weekly, the island fish fry forks over a medley of rich local foods, souvenirs and lively entertainment.
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