Having over 7,000 islands and islets, you’ll find that the Caribbean has a staggering number of tropical paradises where you can throw off your flip flops, grab a cocktail and get the sand between your toes. The dilemma is that choosing your perfect island destination may not be so easy, so you might have to do a bit of hopping around to find your ideal spot.
With beautiful waters in fifty shades of perfect, the Caribbean Islands provide for endless opportunities to unwind, rejuvenate and enjoy the laid back vibes. If adventure is in order, you’ll have no shortage of places to get your thrills and explore your passions as many islands are perfectly suited for those seeking a bit more activity. Of course, diving, snorkeling, sailing and other water activities are among the most popular things to do in the Caribbean.
Some of the best golf courses in the world are here too, as are some of the very best spas for those needing some pampering. For anyone who loves hiking and nature, some islands are better than others when it comes to reserves and places where there are a varied flora and fauna.
The Caribbean is a perfect destination for families, groups of friends, or even a great place for the solo traveler to make a great escape. This is also one of the best destinations in the world for those seeking romance or a beautiful tropical wedding. When thinking about places to stay, you’ll find the the Caribbean has something to suit just about everyone. From amazing rain forest tree houses to opulent resorts.
Whether you arrive by land or sea, and starting with a blank canvas, we can create a customized vacation based on your budget and what you want to get from your holiday. We can also assist with the perfect cruise, all-inclusive package, wellness retreat, or secret hideaway. We specialize in unique experiences and never stop looking for undiscovered places and things to do in this vacationer’s playground.
Caribbean Tip – At Soul Free Travels, we really love it when clients choose to visit the islands less traveled. If you don’t mind putting in a little extra travel time, some of the lesser visited islands have huge payoffs. In many cases, you’ll find the less “touristy” places to have a more authentic Caribbean experience and the added bonus of supporting a local economy who really needs you will give you much more bang for your buck.