Caribbean Islands

 The Caribbean is one of those places that should be on everyone’s bucket list. The blue seas, the white sand beaches will make you come back again…and again..and again.. We are very happy for visiting some of the islands in the Caribbean Sea.


Aruba is one of the three ABC islands in the southern Caribbean, miles off the coast of Venezuela. Aruba is an independent country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands and has a population of approximately 100,000 inhabitants. What do do?  Relax on Eagle beach, get some cocktails on Palm beach, shop in Oranjestad or swim in the natural pools.

Nice ride to the beach

Dominican Republic

With a population of 10 milion people, Dominican Republic it’s on the island of Hispaniola. The country is bordering Haiti to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea in south.

Best of Dominican Republic: Punta Cana, Saona Island, Macao beach, Santo Domingo.

Saona Island by drone

Saint Maarten

Watching the planes landing while enjoying a cocktail on the  beach, relaxing on the Orient beach clubs, kayaking to Pinel Island or shopping in Philisburg..this is Saint Maarten. The island is half dutch and half french(Saint Martin) and is home to over 77000 people.

Labadee Haiti

Labadee it’s a Royal Caribbean private destination located on the northern coast of Haiti. Is a little piece of paradise for all. Whether looking for a jolt of adrenaline on the world’s longest overwater zip line or a secluded spot on the beach to catch your breath, there’s plenty of reasons Labadee is one of the top Caribbean Cruise destination.

Labadee by drone

San Juan - Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and a U.S. territory with a landscape of mountains, beaches, waterfalls and the El Yunque tropical rainforest. In San Juan, the capital and largest city, the Isla Verde area is known for its hotel strip, beach bars and casinos.


Curaçao, a Dutch Caribbean island, few miles north of Venezuela is best known for its beaches and its expansive coral reefs rich with marine life. The capital, Willemstad, has pastel-colored colonial architecture, floating Queen Emma Bridge and the sand-floored, 17th-century Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue. It’s also a gateway to western beaches like Blue Bay, a popular diving site.

Grand Turk & Caicos

Turks and Caicos Islands, overseas territory of the United Kingdom in the West Indies. It consists of two groups of islands lying on the southeastern periphery of The Bahamas. Main attraction is the beach area in the port of Grand Turk where cruise ships can bring up to 7000 tourists a day.

Saint Kitts & Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis has a population of 52,000 inhabitants. Capital city is Bassetere and was founded in 1627. Spoken languages are English and Creole. Known for its vucanic mountains and black sand beaches, these two tropical islands in the Caribbean Sea are situated about 400 km east of Puerto Rico. 

St. Johns - USVI

Saint John is one of the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean Sea and a constituent district of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), an unincorporated territory of the United States.

At 50 km2 the smallest of the three main US Virgin Islands, Saint John is located about four miles east of Saint Thomas, the location of the territory’s capital, Charlotte Amalie. It is also four miles southwest of Tortola, part of the British Virgin Islands. Its largest settlement is Cruz Bay with a population of 2,700. Saint John’s nickname is Love City.

CocoCay Bahamas

Imagine your perfect day. The sun is shining, you’re in a beautiful location (probably the Bahamas!) and you’re looking forward to spending time doing your favorite activities with family and friends.  That’s exactly what Royal Caribbean had in mind when they revamped their private island experience for cruisers as “Perfect Day at CocoCay Bahamas”.

  • 3 beaches to choose from including a new VIP beach
  • Daredevil’s Peak™ at 135 feet high it’s the tallest waterslide in North America
  • Oasis Lagoon – the largest freshwater pool in the whole of the Bahamas
  • The biggest wave pool in the Caribbean
  • New Coco Beach Club with private over-water cabanas
  • A 1600-foot-long zip line
  • Up, Up and Away  – the highest viewpoint in the Bahamas from your helium balloon ride rising 450 feet above CocoCay
  • 13 Waterslides – the most anywhere in the Caribbean
  • Underwater soundtrack at Oasis Lagoon