THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS FEATURE MANY WONDERFULLY DIVERSE
DESTINATIONS. Jamaica, the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, and Aruba all offer white sand beaches, ancient marvels, luxurious resorts, and charming local shops. From the moment you arrive, the atmosphere of reggae, calypso, steel drums, and laughter will fill you with excitement. The rhythms, food, and architecture all reflect the history of the islands.
The turquoise-colored Caribbean Sea is one of the world’s most beautiful and biologically rich bodies of water, and the home of such famous beaches as Trunk Bay and Magens Bay. The cuisine of the Caribbean can be described as a “patchwork quilt.” Each patch represents culinary customs from a variety of nationalities that live on the islands.
The most common seasoning is “jerk,” which is made with hot peppers and a variety of other ingredients, and is mainly used in chicken or pork dishes. Bold flavors and distinct aromas are typical of Caribbean cooking.
From delicious cuisine to activities such as water sports, bird-watching, or off-road biking, the Caribbean Islands can provide something special for every visitor.