Palm trees, rainforest and the Amazon
Whether you want to put on your walking shoes or step bare foot onto powder soft sands, on a Caribbean cruise life moves at more relaxed pace. On these treasured islands, sub-tropical rainforests, historic harbours, bustling towns and the exotic aromas of local cuisine ensure, that under a swathe of brilliant blue sky, lies an island with its own unique personality.
We are offering 8 fly-cruises to the sun-kissed Caribbean. Always popular, they offer the opportunity to discover rainforests, tropical wildlife, colonial cities, blue skies, sandy beaches and exotic cocktails. Some cruises call into ports on the Caribbean mainland.
Flights with British Airways from London Gatwick to Barbados. Flight upgrades and/or domestic add-on flights may be available, please ask for a competitive quote. All Caribbean fly-cruises begin with an overnight stay in Barbados.
Our unique shore walks and excursions include:
Barbados: We walk through the lush tropical world of Welchman’s Hall Gully and Andromeda Gardens, Gun Hill Signal station, George Washington House maybe enjoy a flying fish sandwich lunch at Sunbury Plantation.
Grenada:‘The Island of Spice’ where we take a trail through the Grand Etang forest followed by a short trip by water taxi across to Grand Anse beach, two miles of palm-fringed white sand beach. Here we walk and swim.
St Kitts: Travelling by converted long wheel base Land Rovers we transfer to Romney Manor and the opportunity of two walks. St Kitts is a birding paradise and we finish in the capital Basseterre for free time and some retail therapy!
Antigua: We hike with a local guide through rain forest to Signal Hill for a 360º view over the island, and then enjoy a barbeque at the art gallery home of one of our guides.
Bonaire: We visit the high point of the island, walk down to the interior of the island and finally spend some time in the capital Kralendijk, visiting the bustling outdoor craft produce market.
Santiago de Cuba: We view the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Cemetery of Santa Ifigenia, visit the Bacardi rum distillery, Revolution Square and take a city tour with a local guide.
St Lucia: A local guide accompanies us to the viewpoint above the Fond D’Or Estate and down to the beach before continuing to a small village for lunch. We end the day with a swim in Marigot Bay. ?
Tortola: Capital of the British Virgin Islands, we visit the Botanical Gardens and then, with a guide, walk to a sheltered lagoon at Beef Island where the more adventurous can try paddle boarding or kayaking.
Ocho Rios: A variety of Jamaican experiences in the island’s interior including walks to rainforest waterfalls and through yam plantations, all with entertaining local guides.