M other Nature wasn’t so kind to our corner of the world last year, with several of our islands and countries impacted by powerful hurricanes.
But as you’ll discover in this exciting edition of Your guide to the Caribbean, not only are we open for business, we’re rebuilding to make sure we come back stronger than ever. We’re proud of our multi-faceted offering, including the world-beating beaches of Turks & Caicos, the natural beauty of Martinique’s jungle-cloaked volcanoes, Guyana’s tumbling waterfalls and the Spanish colonial streets of Puerto Rico. Elsewhere, a living history lesson awaits on islands like Curaçao and Jamaica, and at our UNESCO World Heritage Sites – 22 and counting. After reading this guide’s stock of insider tips you certainly won’t be stuck for ideas on what to do in the region, whether that’s learning the latest dance moves in a carnival road march, looking after endangered turtles on Nevis or diving in any of the 350 exhilarating sites around the Cayman Islands. We’ve added community tourism projects to our inspiring range of things to do in 2018, such as helping to restore the Waitukubuli National Trail on Dominica or reef-cleaning on Saint Lucia. It’s also the Caribbean’s official year of Wellness and Rejuvenation, so take advantage of the chance to nourish body and mind, whether it’s on The Bahamas’ heavenly beaches or in the world-class spas of The Grenadines. We’ll see you there!