Antigua

Antigua and Barbuda are located in the middle of the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean. The nation also includes the smaller, uninhabited island of Redonda - now a nature preserve. The current population for the nation is approximately 68,000 and its capital is St. John's on Antigua. To the south are the Caribbean islands of Montserrat and Guadeloupe, to the north and west are Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barths, and St. Martin.

There are 365 beaches in Antigua, one for each day of the year. The great majority rest inside the calm, protected waters of the island's Caribbean side. As with most of the Caribbean islands, Antigua was founded in the 16 th century for sugar cultivation and the industry still thrives. The island is culturally mixed with African and European accents which result in varied examples of architecture, cuisine and artwork throughout the islands. The brilliant Caribbean coast provides incredible scenery and the coral reefs are perfect for diving. There are the infamous trade winds which provide some of the best sailing conditions in the Caribbean as well. There's much to do in Antigua, so get cracking...

Aruba

Aruba is a paradise of beautiful climate and culture sure to make your vacation something to remember. Nestled comfortably in the Caribbean Sea and located just eighteen miles off the coast of Venezuela; this island consistently offers sunny weather year-round to compliment its gorgeous white sandy beaches. Aruba's many luxurious hotels offer premium dining and entertainment however it would be a shame not to explore the many attractions this charming island has to offer. Whether you're looking for rest and relaxation, a romantic adventure or adrenaline pumping activities, Aruba has it all.

Bahamas Travel Guide

When you arrive to the Bahamas, you will find several destinations to explore and enjoy. There are about 23 inhabited islands starting from Grand Bahama to Great Inagua, in between you have smaller islets and cays that make your swimming, biking or hiking adventures a scenic treat. The Caribbean waters around Bahamas are calm and it’s located only 50 km off the coast of Florida, making it easy and faster to get than other Caribbean islands.

We consistently offer cheap flights and affordable hotel accommodations all over the Bahamas including many luxurious resorts. The islands of Bahamas offer vacationers stunning beaches, cays and reefs for the most renowned scuba diving, fishing and sailing in the world. The Caribbean waters surrounding Bahamas are really remarkable, claiming 5% of the world's reefs - allowing for some truly breathtaking snorkelling and diving.

Nassau

Welcome to New Paradise Island, specifically Nassau - the bustling capital city of the Bahamas. With a modest population of 180,000 it is also the country's largest city and the heart of Bahamas' business and cultural affairs. It has an exciting mix of colonial and modern architecture spread evenly throughout the city.

The Parliament Square is the core for the Bahamian government. Picturesque pastel buildings from the 18 th century have been beautifully preserved, including the house of Parliament. You may have heard of Nassau's infamous history, having been a popular hideaway for Caribbean pirates in the 18 th century, mainly the safe haven for the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Nassau has always been a busy and successful commercial port for the entire Caribbean. The climate of the region allows for lazy, sun kissed days and cool evenings providing the perfect atmosphere for the exciting Bahamian nightlife.

Jamaica Travel Guide

Welcome to Jamaica mon! Jamaica and its people have inspired the world over in areas such as music, fashion, cuisine and human spirit. From the streets of Kingston where Bob Marley and his peers made music for a political and spiritual world famous to the ritzy resort town of Montego Bay, Jamaica has so much to offer.

Jamaica's hotspots for vacationers are definitely Negril, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, with Port Antonio quickly becoming a sleeper hit. Montego Bay is Jamaica's second largest city and sits on the northwest shoreline. Being home to Sangster International airport, it is home to more resorts and hotels than any other area in Jamaica. Dubbed ‘MoBay’ by the locals, the beaches here are just as stunning as those in Negril, even though it can seem crowded in peak winter months. Most of Jamaica's posh resorts are located in Montego Bay as well as the best golf courses. Located on Jamaica's western tip, Negril boasts over 7 miles of white sandy heaven which spans from Bloody beach in Hanover to the Negril lighthouse in Westmoreland. Home to two Hedonism resorts and countless other luxurious sites, Negril is favored by many vacationers as the best resort spot in Jamaica. Activities in this seaside resort town include horseback riding, bicycling on its many bluffs and of course a wide variety of water sport activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, diving and skiing. There is no reason to leave this area as it offers excellent shopping and dining options as well as beautiful sunsets. The nightlife in Negril is second best only to Kingston and definitely the best of all the other resort areas in Jamaica.

Montego Bay

Montego Bay is a huge tourist city with Jamaica’s largest airport and most luxurious resorts to prove it. Also known as ‘Mo Bay’ to the locals, Montego Bay has it all- posh 5 star resorts, a vibrant night life, energetic street market, urban dwellings and bubbly commercial hub to support it all.

Its sheltered Doctor's Cave Beach with clear turquoise waters is one of the most famous beaches on the island. The bay is surrounded by a scenic mountain setting. The city is also known for the beautiful port, white sandy beaches, second homes for the rich & famous, fine restaurants and world class boutiques for great shopping.

Mexico Travel Guide

Mexico is a festive country, home to fiestas and the margarita. It is a mix of the modern and the traditional, the cliched and the surreal. This is the key to Mexico's charm.

Whether your passion is throwing back a tropical blend, relaxing in the sun, surfing the Mexican coastline, purchasing local art or even enjoying the authentic food, this is the key to Mexico's charm. Colonial villages are actually nothing like Mexico City, which was once the most populated city in the world. In the country itself, visitors can enjoy mountains, jungles, desert plains and subtropical beaches. Mexico is rich in ancient Indian lore and seasoned with Spanish colonial customs. The array of folks art and crafts in Mexico is simply mind-boggling. Each region of Mexico has its own specialty, with villagers maintaining the traditions handed down from countless generations.

Mexico Is filled with dazzling sunny destinations from Cancun and Cozumel on the east coast to the country's party capital, Puerto Vallarta on the west coast. From its luxurious beaches to the heights of Mexico City, highest city in North America, Mexico offers tremendous riches and variety to the traveler.

Mexico's climate has something for everyone; hot and slightly humid along the coastal plains, and drier and more temperate at higher inland elevations(Guadalajara and Mexico City).

Cancun

Warm, white sandy beaches, crystal indigo seas, romantic Caribbean nights, world-class resorts, hotels, restaurants and nightlife - does all of this sound too good to be true? This is Cancun! World-renowned sport fishing, diving, snorkeling, archaeological sites dating back thousands of years, a balmy tropical climate and water sports galore this is Cancun! A very complete resort town where you could keep busy 24 hours a day by just participating in the many activities and tours available. Yet, Cancun remains a tranquil retreat where you can relax to your hearts content along the peaceful shore of the Caribbean. This is the real purpose of Cancun!

In Cancun you can literally choose a pace and lifestyle to suit any frame of mind, from ultra chic to funky and laidback. Cancun is suited for everyone; from college students on a strict budget to the rich and famous from all around the world. Cancun caters to all who visit and everyone should experience Cancun at least once.

Cancun is definitely Mexico's showcase tourist destination. The original developers and the Mexican government can be proud of what they have accomplished here. Built in a location that was named by Mayan people, long ago, for the large number of snakes in the area, Cancun has been carefully groomed into one of the most polished resort spots anywhere. Few resort areas in the world have the infrastructure and amenities that were built into Cancun from the beginning. Everything just seems to flow together effortlessly here. This is one of the reasons that Cancun is Mexico's most popular spot, the other reason being... Location, Location, Location.

Puerto Vallarta

Make no mistake; Puerto Vallarta is the big party spot in Mexico. Located on the Pacific side of the country, in the state of Jalisco, the city sits at the mouth of the picturesque Bahia de Banderas.

Puerto Vallarta is another great Mexican resort city with long stretches of white sandy beaches, however the night life is what truly sets it apart from other popular Mexican destinations. The legendary nightclub and bar scene is what makes it so popular with college students and partiers with an open mind alike.

This former fishing village has come a long way since its humble beginnings and now welcomes over a million visitors a year to its lovely shores. The beauty of a vacation in Puerto Vallarta is that you can choose the right pace for you. Want to slow it down, focus on family and relaxation? It’s all possible there. There are resorts, beaches, restaurants and entertainment for everyone. The area between Marina Vallarta and downtown is where you can find most of the hotels and three shopping malls with over 100 shops offering everything from traditional souvenirs to fashionable boutiques and modern grocery stores as well restaurants and coffee shops. In contrast with Cancun, Ixtapa or Huatulco (which are, for the most part government planned resort destinations) - Puerto Vallarta is an accidental resort town which eventually received considerable federal financial support that went toward a major overhaul of the city and coast.

Puerto Vallarta is a varied resort town with accommodations that range from modest inns, to luxurious 5 star resorts. The international airport serves North America and Europe year round and the advanced marina is Mexico’s finest. Check out Puerto Vallarta for a mixture of festive fun, relaxation and more.

Merida

Merida is the capital city of the Yucatan state. The city is an excellent gateway to the sites and wonders of the historical Mayan empire. The eco-adventures in the nearby jungles and mountains are a bonus to this fascinating colonial city. Merida is located only 30 kms from the western Yucatan gulf coast and the beach resort town of Progreso.

Merida is one of Mexico's most hospitable and nostalgic, historical cities, even with a population of over 1 million. Similar to the city of Oaxaca, Merida combines colonial-era architecture with a rich Indian heritage. Attractions center on the city's lovely zocalo, bordered by graceful buildings and shady trees. The city has been called the "White City" because many of the older buildings, dating back to the 17th and 18th century, have white and pastel exteriors. Numerous museums and markets bring alive the area's fascinating Mayan culture, while surrounding the area are some of the world's most important ancient archaeological sites. The ancient towns of Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Sayil, Kabah, Labna, and Edzna are within an hours drive.

Merida is very different form other Mexican tourist destinations due to its unique example of tropical colonialism. If adventure is what you’re after, come to Merida for the real thing.

Mazatlan

Mazatlan is a destination with a split personality. Despite the importance of the tourism industry, Mazatlan remains very much its own city, balancing a double identity as Mexico's largest commercial port while being one of the country's most popular beach resorts.

Mazatlan is Mexico's second largest coastal city (after Acapulco), with nearly 600,000 residents. It has the largest port facility between Los Angeles and the Panama Canal, and is home to Latin America's biggest fleet of commercial shrimp vessels (over 800 boats). Nearly 40 tons of shrimp are processed each year, making Mazatlan "the shrimp capital of the world".

Mazatlan has many events and festivities during the year. Carnival, in February, brings the cities colorful lifestyle to the forefront as thousands of costumed celebrants throng the resort's streets & beaches making Mazatlan's Mardi Gras the third largest in the world. Fishing and other sporting tournaments, as well as cultural events and various Mexican holidays fill out the rest of the year.

Mazatlan has three distinct zones. The port and downtown area, Old Mazatlan, are at the southern end of a peninsula that separates the Pacific from an enormous saltwater estuary. Four miles north is the Zona Dorada (the golden zone), home to nearly all of Mazatlan's visitor attractions and beach hotels. Between the two is a long curved stretch of pristine, un-commercial beach that serves as a sort of buffer between the port and resort zone. This separation allows the resort community to co-exist nicely with one of Mexico's busiest commercial ports.

Since the 1950's Mazatlan has been a major contributor to Mexico's tourism industry. Mazatlan and Ixtapa were deserted sandbars when Mazatlan began earning a reputation as an affordable and friendly fun-in-the-sun attraction. The resort grew up hosting weary American motorists who found it a welcome oasis on their journey south. As air service improved, the resort became a mainstay of Mexico's burgeoning tourism industry. In fact, Mazatlan has probably introduced more Americans and Canadians to Mexico than any other resort.

Dominican Republic Travel Guide

The Dominican Republic is a very popular vacation spot for Canadians, with gorgeous beaches and luxurious resorts. The Dominican offers much more than just a sunny paradise of white sandy beaches and the striking Caribbean Sea, it is rich with historical sites to see, great dining and entertainment.

Should you find the strength to leave your luxury beachfront resort, we recommend that you venture inland and discover the Dominican's rich colonial history. Enjoy the oldest cities in the New World adorned with quaint cobblestone streets and colourful stone homes and businesses. Of course vacation seekers know the popular beach & resort destinations in the Dominican Republic such as Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, La Romana, Santiago and Santo Domingo . We offer Cheap Flights, affordable vacation packages and even last minute deals to anywhere in the Dominican Republic

Puerto Plata

Puerto Plata, the 500 year old capital city of Puerto Plata province in the Dominican Republic, is a calming retreat from many tourist spots in the Caribbean. It's common to enjoy the area from your resort as many top notch establishments are seated on the gorgeous beaches there. The resort town of Playa Dorada is just 10 minutes east of Puerto Plata, houses the majority of the hotels and resorts in the area. The main vacation compound includes 15 low rise resorts built in a "U" shape and sharing a common gold sand beach as well as the Playa Dorada Golf Course (an 18 hole course designed by Robert Trent Jones). Meet guests from other hotels during evening outings at the casinos and night spots which are opened to all guests. The Playa Dorada Plaza is a giant shopping centre with a varied selection of shops and even has a movie theatre.

Puerto Plata is also a favorite spring break and reading week destination because, in addition to the fantastic weather and beautiful beach coast, the hotels and resorts are all in close proximity (walking distance) within each other. L uperón, Maimón, Cofresí, Playa Dorada, Costa Dorada are the main tourism villages located just outside of Puerto Plata.

Punta Cana

Play in the waves, relax under a swaying palm in Punta Cana, one of the most beautiful beach destinations in the Caribbean. The beautiful Punta Cana shoreline is protected by law, ensuring that no manmade structure can distract from its natural beauty. The calm tranquil waters are perfect for those who want to enjoy their favourite water sport, such as the great diving available there. Manati Park Bavaro is the place to go if you want to swim with the dolphins and sea lions. Punta Cana is famous for its European style hotels and shopping for traditional local arts and crafts. Punta Cana's golf courses are also the best in the Caribbean.

Today, the East Coast beach strip is one of the best choices for those seeking the perfect rest and relaxation on the beach type of vacation. This is the ultimate place for leisure as there are over 35 kilometers of silky-fine white sand and deserted beaches with coconut palms perfect for lounging under. This area is almost completely made up of large all-inclusive resorts frequented mostly by couples or families. Many resorts focus on family entertainment and have excellent kids programs.

In the past ten years, Punta Cana has grown enormously in popularity due to its spectacular virgin beaches and attractive features including: championship golf courses, excellent diving conditions, world class spas, casinos, on-site weddings and a wide range of dining options. It’s rare to see a destination rise to such heights in popularity in such a short span of time. See for yourself why Punta Cana is the new paradise of the Caribbean.

Samana

Until recently, there was no direct flight into the Samana peninsula in the Dominican Republic. Now that Canadian vacationers have easy access into this province, the result is an unspoiled landscape, pristine beaches and glorious coral reef conditions. Once you've enjoyed the unspoiled beaches, head through the Saman town area for a taste of the Spanish-aribbean culture and fantastic music to compliment the atmosphere. There are plenty of activities for adventurers to take part in including but certainly not limited to horseback riding, swimming, sailing, whale watching, snorkelling and deep sea diving. There are several top notch resorts to enjoy in Samana, as well as an elegant casino, golf courses and pristine white sandy beaches too.