The Caribbean less traveled holds the promise of lazy days at the beach, aquatic sports, immersions into history and a certain glamorous atmosphere. It’s also rising as a premier golfing destination. The perfect combination of various levels of adventures, our Caribbean journey offers a special experience for discerning travelers.
Explore centuries of colonial architecture, like the UNESCO World Heritage Site Barbados Garrison, filled with a fascinating history. Lying along the southwest coast of Carlisle Bay, it also offers beautiful and serene beach scenes with soft, white sand. A trip to Barbados is not complete without sampling the local rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, one of the oldest distilleries in the Caribbean.
Sandy Ground, Anguilla
White, sandy beach shores, azure waters and palm trees on the horizon make Anguilla an absolute paradise. Stop by the renowned Elvis’ Beach Bar in Sandy Ground to sample their famous rum punch or venture a little further inland toward North Hill Village to satisfy your appetite at a local restaurant. You can also spend a day on the Green, golfing at an exclusive club.
Gustavia, St. Barts, French West Indies
St. Barts contains deep valleys, stunning beaches and verdant, formerly active volcanic hills. Within all this sits the capital city of Gustavia with a diverse, cultural heritage on display through Swedish colonial and French Creole architecture. Savor the exquisite flavors of Cajun and Creole seafood and staples like conch gratin, minced beef and the island specialty – banana flambé.
South Friars/Frigate Bay, St. Kitts
Among St. Kitts’ stunning beaches is South Friar’s Bay, a shoreline filled with snorkeling, tanning opportunities and the famous Shipwreck Bar and Grill. Frigate Bay is split into two beaches where you’ll find a lively energy and plenty of libations and snacks. Or swing your driver toward the horizon with a golfing excursion at an elite club.
Nevis is a gem in the Caribbean Sea. The village-like capital of Charlestown holds a particular allure. Filled with colonial and Georgian-era architecture, Charlestown’s structures are a lesson in history and culture. The historic landmark that holds the most intrigue is the famous Alexander Hamilton House and Museum. You can also find more golfing opportunities amid its lush landscapes.
Falmouth Harbor, Antigua
Antigua is covered by green scenes, colorful houses and beach hideaways. Along the southernmost end, you’ll find Falmouth Harbour, a destination rife with historic landmarks and spectacular views. Go even further back in Antigua’s history at the Dow’s Hill Interpretation Centre, located within a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Another golfing excursion gives you the chance to check off golf in the Caribbean from your bucket list.
Rodney Bay & Pigeon Island, Saint Lucia
Known as the emerald jewel of the Caribbean, Saint Lucia provides an enchanting backdrop. Rodney Bay entices you with bars, restaurants, shops and vacation vibes. Pigeon Island National Landmark encompasses the island’s rich history with monuments depicting the many influences across its West Indian culture. Experience true magic as you look to the peaks of the Piton Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mayreau, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Bask in the sun as you revel in a beach party along the immaculate shores of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. A less-visited destination of the region, perhaps its most remote island is Mayreau, the smallest of the Grenadines. Explore Salt Whistle Bay, an unspoiled beach protected from rough Atlantic waves by a strip of land extending into the ocean.
Experience a tropical vacation with celebrity glam and laid-back vibes on our “10-Night Elite Caribbean and Golf Adventures” luxe-adventure voyage.