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Why go?

Take off on an exotic adventure to experience world-class beaches and glistening waters, historical towns and stunning landscapes. Considering a holiday to the Caribbean in 2020? Read on for a round-up of some of the hottest destinations.

Where to go?

Mexican Riviera

Arching up the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, the Mexican Riviera hosts a wide selection of cities and lagoons that are hugely popular with holidaymakers and regular stop off points for cruise ships north to south.

The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System runs along the whole of the Riviera and offers stunning diving opportunities.

Cancun

In Cancun you can combine a stylish beach holiday with luxury living in some of its excellent hotels and spa resorts, while Playa del Carmen and Playacar have a more compact resort feel to them.

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Whether you’re exploring the Mayan ruins of the Yucutan peninsula, sightseeing in Chichen Itza, relaxing on the island of Cozumel or the beaches of Acapulco, Los Hornos, or Caleta, the Mexican Riviera offers plenty of options to tailor your kind of holiday.

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Forever associated with Castro, cigars and mojitos, Cuba has moved on to become one of the most unique holiday destinations in the Caribbean. Enjoy the Spanish colonial architecture of Havana, stroll down the Calle Obispo and take in the quaint shop windows and colourful 1950s motorcars chugging on through the narrow streets.

The tiny offshore islands such as the Cayo Guillermo stretch along the Sabana-Camagüey archipelago and offer some of the most pristine beaches in the region, giving opportunities to dive alongside living coral reef.

The large resort area of Varadero is popular with Brits holidaying in Cuba, while others favour the city of Holguin, the white sand beaches of Guardalavaca or the all-inclusive resorts to be found on the island of Cayo Coco. By night be sure to try a local rum cocktail and salsa dance to the Latin rhythms of Cuban music.

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic is the second biggest nation in the Caribbean and shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti.

The capital Santo Domingo is a mixture of classic Spanish style buildings alongside modern high-rise skyscrapers. History buffs will enjoy the impressive display of monuments to document Christopher Columbus’s arrival more than 500 years ago. Holidaymakers will be attracted to the large tourism gateway areas of Puerto Plata, Punta Cana and La Romana.

The climate varies between evergreen forests in the highlands, fertile valleys and desert zones with dune formations. Away from the city visitors can relax on one of the many pristine golfing greens, enjoy whale watching from Samana, or sunbathe on the bone white sands of Bahia de la Aquilas – consistently voted the Dominican Republic’s best beach.

Dominican Republic is also a diver’s paradise with a number of wrecks to explore as well as a coral reefs and extensive cave systems.

Barbados

One of the most diverse islands you will find in the Caribbean, from the rugged coral reefs and harsh tides of the beaches of Bathsheba in the East, to the white sanded tranquil surroundings of the western beaches.

The lively capital of Bridgetown in the South, with its old school colonial buildings and plantations to visit, its great restaurants and traditional Bajan hospitality, or further south to the full on nightlife of St Lawrence Gap and Oistins, to the secluded all-inclusive resorts and golfing greens to be found in the quiet and relaxing pace of the north.

A climate of year round sun has kept Barbados as one of the most visited destinations in the Caribbean.

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Jamaica

Just south of Cuba is the island of Jamaica, famed for its natural beauty and laid back atmosphere, holidays to Jamaica can be as active or as chilled as you want to make them.

Visit the capital city of Kingston, and spot the European influence in its colonial architecture. Take a stroll around the Bob Marley Museum, housed in the late singer’s recording studio to learn more of the nation’s musical heritage. Alternatively head to Montego Bay, the islands second largest city and gateway to the northern coastal resorts.

Go hiking in the Blue Mountains, or view the water cascading down the 180-metre drop at Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. Continue your adventure by rafting down the Rio Grande River to St Margaret’s Bay.

Or do what many people go to Jamaica for, relax on Long Bay in Negril, a seven-mile stretch of pristine white sand, with tiki huts serving up chilled rum cocktails and spicy jerk chicken smothered in marinade to the blissed out sounds of local reggae.

Antigua and Barbuda

The twin islands of Antigua and Barbuda sit just north of Guadeloupe. Antigua, the larger of the two is the main tourist destination and better suited to families with no shortage of resorts and plenty of activities to keep visitors entertained.

Barbuda is well suited to couples seeking a romantic break, the secluded pink sand beaches, shorefront seafood restaurants and local marketplace are largely unspoiled by tourism infrastructure.

Also found in in the area are the US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, St Kitts and Nevis.

Aruba

Aruba lies just off the coast of Venezuela, giving it a sunny, dry climate – perfect for lazy days on the beach, surfing and diving!

Besides the postcard beaches, the island is known for its great outdoors: Trade winds lavish the island with a year-round cool breeze that creates ideal conditions for wind and kite surfing, while Aruba’s north and south points are crossed with brilliant walking paths.

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Trinidad and Tobago

Finally, the twin islands of Trinidad and Tobago offer an intriguing dual personality. Tobago, the peaceful partner is an island of secluded beaches, lush rainforest walks and coral reefs, quickly becoming recognised as a premier eco-destination.

Trinidad is famed for its abundance of culture and its lively carnival atmosphere particularly during the February celebrations. A visit to the Asa Wright Nature Centre is a must for all visitors, as is the La Brea Pitch natural asphalt lake.

Bermuda

Located just north of the Caribbean proper, Bermuda fits in with its southern cousins to a tee. Its stunning reefs are a mecca for diving, while its beaches are some of the greatest in the world – Astwood Park, Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay are among its best.

With influences from Britain and America, the island is a fascinating cultural mix – expect grand colonial mansions, quaint British charm and exotic, warm weather.

Turks and Caicos Islands

Made up of 40 islands, only eight of which are inhabited, Turks and Caicos Islands are encircled by coral reef and home to some of the most varied marine life in the Caribbean, making the islands a diver’s paradise.

Between late December and April, humpback whales can be spotted of the coast of Grace Bay on the island of Providenciales. The laid back pace, makes the island a perfect relaxation spot. Also worth checking out the local ripsaw music scene and trying the locally sourced conch fritters.

St Kitts and Nevis

A tiny two-island country, St Kitts and Nevis is the perfect Caribbean package. Its combination of beautiful white-sand beaches and lush interior mountains offer something for all kinds of holidaymaker, while its rich heritage and friendly locals make the islands a cultural delight.

Bahamas

Lying north of Cuba are the 16 main islands that make up The Bahamas. The historic capital city of Nassau on Paradise Island has excellent shopping from straw market to designer boutiques; this is thought by many to be the most stylish spot in the Caribbean.

By night the centre transforms into a vibrant clubbing spot. Exploring the area by ferry will take you to the pink sands of Harbour Island or face to face with the wild dolphins of Grand Bahama Island.

Cayman Islands

This overseas territory of Britain is made up of the islands Cayman Brac, Little Cayman and the largest of the three, Grand Cayman.

The capital of George Town is a mix of wooden buildings and upmarket shopping malls, while the beaches and marine life some of the best to be found in the Caribbean. Swim with stingrays, visit the Green Sea Turtle farm, or follow one of the many nature trails.

St Lucia

St Lucia, the largest of the Windward Island is an archetypal Caribbean getaway. Couples can relax on one of its many secluded beaches; relax in the sulphur springs or luxury spas. Those in search of a more active holiday experience can sail, horse ride or take on one of the many hiking trails and enjoy the unspoiled rainforest and dramatic twin peaks of the Pitons.

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Martinique

Martinique, an overseas region of France, is an elegant and fashionable holiday destination. The island has gorgeous beaches, no less than 12 rum distilleries and a live volcano.

The capital, Fort-de-France is a mixture of Victorian era buildings, chic shopping boutiques and colourful market stalls. Pointe du Bout is the island’s main resort area where windsurfing, kayaking and yachting enthusiasts make the most of the choppy Atlantic side of the island.

Grenada

Grenada, one of the Caribbean’s most southerly islands, is a perfect romantic retreat for couples wanting to relax on porcelain white beaches or take a stroll through verdant nature reserves.

The capital of St George’s is a sea of red roofed houses, leading down the hilltops to the bustling harbour. Deeper into the ancient rainforest jungle, monkeys chatter in the trees and locals work the spice crops of nutmeg, cinnamon and clove.

When to go?

Whether you’re looking for a sizzling summer or winter sun, the Caribbean will deliver. Find out the best time of year to go for you.

The Caribbean is largely regarded as a year-round destination. Temperature variations across the Caribbean are surprisingly slight, averaging between 24C and 29C through winter and summer.

Peak season runs from December to mid-April, while hurricane season officially runs from July to late November, although satellite forecasts give enough warning for precautions to be taken.

What’s on?

Festivals, parades, shows and concerts – there is always something going on in the Caribbean. Here’s a snap-shot of some of the top events.

Barbados

Holetown Festival in mid February: Commemorating the anniversary of the first settlement of Barbados in February 1627, the week-long festival includes street parades and fashion shows, music concerts and theatre performances.

Trinidad and Tobago

Grand Turk Carnival, Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday in February: Billed as “The Greatest Show on Earth”, the annual carnival is the most significant event in the islands’ cultural calendar. Calypso and soca music, extravagant costumes, stick fighting and limbo competitions help make up the colourful celebrations.

Jamaica

Reggae Sumfest in July: The largest concert festival in Jamaica, featuring a variety of Jamaican reggae artists. A week of live performances and the best beach party to be found in the area.

Turks and Caicos Islands

Music and Cultural Festival in late July – early August: This week long festival showcases the talents of local and international musicians playing Hip Hop, Reggae, R&B, Gospel and many more styles across a selection of venues. The local Miss Turks and Caicos beauty pageant remains a popular tradition and with fine local cuisine on offer this annual celebration is one of the most highly regarded in the region.

What to do?

Whether you’re looking for time-out and tranquillity, fast-paced adventure or family fun, the Caribbean offers something for everyone.

Relaxing: The Windward Islands offer tranquil secluded beaches with white sands for those looking to get away from it all. If you do get restless, pop on a snorkel to discover an underwater paradise in the crystal-clear waters.

Active: Those in search of an active, adventurous holiday will find Dominica the perfect destination for a Caribbean holiday in 2020. Head for the hills to experience challenging walking routes and mountain trekking or take to the waters to try out river tubing or diving.

Romance: Barbuda is the perfect hideaway island for loved-up couples. Spend your days lazing on secluded pink sands and your evenings sampling the local catch in beach-front seafood restaurants.

Shopping: Love to shop? Nassau in the Bahamas should be the destination of choice for those looking to splash the cash while on holiday. A combination of designer boutiques, high-end fashion stores and more traditional markets will offer up plenty to keep you busy.

Grown-up families: Energetic families can experience the beauty of Jamaica by hiking up the Blue Mountains. Beautiful plants and stunning scenery await you and, if you make it to the peak, you’ll be rewarded with outstanding views.

Kids & teens: The Dominican Republic offers a huge selection of family-friendly all-inclusive resorts. Mums and dads will be able to relax while the children have fun letting off steam at kids’ clubs, splashing about in pools and watching the entertainment.

Nightlife: The energetic nightlife of Cuba will thrill even the most die-hard party animal. Salsa the night away, sip on a mojito at a laid-back jazz bar or head to world-famous Tropicana to experience an extravagant cabaret show.

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Dazzling turquoise seas, silky soft sands and rainforest feasts to mountain peaks – the Caribbean is a treasure trove. From relaxing beach days, island adventures, to sailing away and foodie retreats, you’ll find your ultimate getaway. Choose the tropical destination for you in this glistening haven.

Listen to the reggae beats of Jamaica, take a hike up the ravishing Blue Mountains and take a dip in the warm, glistening ocean. Enjoy the captivating charm and culture of the Dominican Republic or explore the mesmerising underwater world of St Lucia. Embrace a holiday in breath-taking paradise, grab your snorkel gear, sip on delicious rum punch and soak up the scenery. Or visit the awe-inspiring Mayan Temples in Cancun on a beach break and immerse yourself in everything bold and beautiful across the Caribbean.

Unforgettable All Inclusive Caribbean holidays

By Harriet Cooper

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For a truly carefree Caribbean holiday, why not go All Inclusive? Inhale the ocean breeze in Antigua – or imbibe another cocktail in Cancun. Here’s our ultimate guide to five of the best All Inclusive holiday destinations in the Caribbean – whether you’re travelling alone, or with the family.

St Lucia

More than just a honeymooner’s paradise, St Lucia offers striking scenery, first-rate botanical gardens, whale-spotting and the world’s only drive-in volcano.

Visit Soufriere Volcano in St Lucia, considered the world’s only ‘drive-in volcano’ – a road goes straight through the crater, which emits steam and sulphur

You can’t fail to miss the Pitons, St Lucia’s two volcanic spires. Although Petit Piton is best left to professional climbers, Gros Piton is more straightforward to ascend. Or take a sunshine-filled history lesson at Pigeon Island (no need to go by boat, there’s now a sandy causeway). First used in the 1550s by pirates, the ‘island’ was fortified by the British two centuries later.

Check in: Breaks can be invigorating, as well as relaxing. At BodyHoliday, an impeccable five-star St Lucia resort, you can choose to be as active or as lazy as you like. So, whilst you get a pristine beach and a luxurious hotel, you’ll also find the resort fantastically well-equipped for spin classes, fencing lessons, water sports and personal training. Couples and solo travellers alike will love it.

St Lucia’s tropical rainforest is a gift for children. Jump on an open-air aerial tram and swing out over the treetops – you might even see St Lucia’s endangered amazon parrot. Capture little imaginations by visiting Soufriere Volcano, considered the world’s only ‘drive-in volcano’ (don’t worry, it’s now dormant). A road goes straight through the crater, which emits steam and sulphur – be prepared for the smell. Venture out into the wild on a whale and dolphin-spotting tour – there are over 30 species.

Check in: The all-inclusive Coconut Bay Resort & Spa. Mum and Dad will love the restaurants, bars and oceanfront spa, while little ones will spend their entire time in the five pools, at the onsite waterpark Cocoland or the paintball zone.

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Barbados was once served by British Airways’ Concorde – the supersonic flight meant that passengers could fly from London to Bridgetown in three hours and 48 minutes. Nowadays, the retired aircraft resides at the international airport and is a part of an interactive exhibition.

With a rich heritage and kaleidoscopic marine life, Barbados has something for every kind of traveller © @saralindsay_b/Instgram

Rum, sea and sand

Barbados exports around BBD $57 million of rum each year. But if you really want to impress the locals, you should refer to it by its Barbadian nicknames, which include demon water, navy neaters, Nelson’s blood, and rumbullion.

St Nicholas Abbey is one of Barbados’ oldest plantations and rum distilleries on the island

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There’s more than just fantastic facilities (including this lovely infinity pool) at BodyHoliday Saint Lucia. Go All Inclusive and you’ll get a free 50-minute spa treatment every day. £2152 pp

The Infinity Pool at BodyHoliday Saint Lucia. © BodyHoliday Saint Lucia.

Barbados

Beach time is mandatory on Barbados. But thanks to its rich heritage, verdant interior and exotic marine life, this tropical isle ticks every box for the discerning traveller.

If you’re keen to gen up on your surroundings, book a walking tour of the capital Bridgetown, a Unesco world heritage site. You’ll stroll past historical buildings including Parliament House, the Jewish Synagogue and St Michael’s Cathedral. If you prefer rum to ruins, visit St Nicholas Abbey, one of the oldest plantations on the island, which makes rum using the traditional distillation process. Alternatively, book a tour of the island’s oldest distillery: Mount Gay.

Check in: Looking smart thanks to a recent refurbishment, Seabreeze Beach House is well sitauted for sun-seekers. It’s so close to the beach it’s practically lying on top of it, and has an adults-only pool.

The eyes have it

The 1,500-acre Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park in the Dominican Republic is full of freshwater lagoons. It provides a habitat for 80 species of birds and 500 types of plants. £821 pp

Take a Segway tour to the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park in the Dominican Republic

Take little ones on an underwater adventure aboard the Atlantis submarine to see exotic marine life and a sunken shipwreck. Back on land, picnic at the rugged beach in Bathsheba. Swimming isn’t allowed, but it’s an excellent spot for watching the surfers.

Dominican Republic

On the easternmost tip of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is a holiday hotspot thanks to its golden beaches, clear waters and lavish resorts. But there’s more to this region than meets the eye.

Punta Cana is a renowned golf destination, with a trio of impressive oceanside courses. Swap golf for greenery and spend a day at the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park. Many choose to visit the park on a popular Segway tour, but you can also explore on foot. Saona Island and its near neighbour Catalina Island are both worth a day trip, if only for the underwater fields of starfish.

Check in: A stay at the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will guarantee you a good time. The rooms all have Jacuzzis, there’s a lavish spa, and it’s home to the largest casino in the Dominican Republic.

Punta Cana is home to the longest ziplines in the country – soar through the sky between mountain ranges, above rainforest and Anamuya Lake. Another adrenalin rush can be found at Macao Surf Camp, where kids will learn not just how to ride the waves, but also about environmental responsibility.

Check in: With its great All Inclusive package, Now Onyx Puna Cana makes the Caribbean more affordable, even for a family of four. There’s a kids’ club, teen club and children’s pool, and everyone can enjoy beach screenings in the evenings.

Make a splash

These magical subterranean holes are a much welcome relief on a hot Cancun day. The waters are mineral rich, impossibly clear and are often framed with giant tropical trees – so keep your camera at the ready.

Cancun is home to beautiful cenotes (natural swimming holes) © Pola Damonte/Getty Images

Underwater love

In 2009, artist Jason deCaires Taylor placed a series of sculptures – which range from a life-size Volkswagen Beetle to groups of people – underwater off the coast of Cancun. They have since developed into artificial coral reefs that are home to more than 50 species of marine life.

Cancun’s mesmerising underwater museum, MUSA

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During the spring and autumn equinoxes, the position of the sun over the great pyramid casts shadows that create illusions of a feathered snake slithering down its northwest staircase.

The ancient ruins of Chichén Itzá on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula © Bryan Mullennix/Getty Images

Antigua

It has 365 beaches (one for each day of the year), and thanks to its colonial history – Horatio Nelson was stationed here – Creole cuisine and near unbroken coral reef, this sun-drenched island is as popular as ever.

Book a two-hour round island tour during which you’ll take in Nelsons Dockyard (the world’s only Georgian-era dockyard still in use), Clarence House, built for King William IV, and Shirley Heights. On Sunday nights this former military complex transforms into a party venue as locals and visitors gather for a barbecue. A cruise is a must. You’ll sail the coast of Antigua before dropping anchor for snorkelling and a delicious Caribbean style barbeque lunch.

Check in: The all-inclusive Sandals Grande Antigua is consistently voted ‘most romantic hotel in the world’. And no surprise: it has suites with butlers, world-class restaurants, an exclusive spa and exceptional facilities.

Let the sun shine

Rainfall averages only 45 inches a year in Antigua, making it the sunniest of the eastern Caribbean islands. Book flights from London to Antigua, plus a seven-night hotel stay from: £634 pp

With a beach for every day of the year, you won’t get bored in Antigua © Michael Utech/Getty Images

One of your first port of calls has to be the sensational spectacle of Devil’s Bridge in Indian Town. With its numerous geysers and blowholes, surrounding this natural limestone bridge, it’s fun and enchanting to watch.

Check in: The Verandah Resort & Spa by Elite is all-inclusive, while accommodation is spacious (suites come with microwaves, a bonus if you’re travelling with babies), and there’s a kids’ club with pool, climbing area and activities.

Cancun

Cancun isn’t technically in the Caribbean, but it does sit by the Caribbean Sea. And with its pristine beaches, cenotes (natural swim holes) glittering nightlife and sophisticated resorts, this Mexican city is a serious contender in the luxury holiday stakes.

If you only do one thing make it Chichén Itzá, the ancient capital of the Mayan Empire. From the Pyramid of Kukulcan to the Temple of Warriors, you’ll be astounded. For something a little wilder, head to Coba where you’ll find the ruins under overgrown jungle.

Check in: Secrets Akumel, an exquisite, all-inclusive, adults-only resort, is the go-to place if you’re after unlimited luxury: 434 elegant suites, gourmet restaurants, 24-hour room service, nightly entertainment… the list goes on.

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