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Caribbean Islands: Plan Your Trip!

Your Trip to the Caribbean Islands begins here

A Caribbean vacation is all about choice: sweeping coast or private island, romantic hideaway or family resort, nonstop flight or puddle-jumper, diving mecca or jungle playland, and so on. The options are endless and, lacking extensive first-hand knowledge, vacationers risk ending up with a mismatch—a diving trip in cruise-ship territory or a beach vacation on the wrong kind of a beach. Complicating matters further, the Caribbean scene is rapidly changing as new flights open up lesser-known islands and resorts strive to lure increasingly sophisticated travelers. The solution is a specialist who spends lots of time in the region, scouting new properties and other developments, and can guide you to the best-value hotel or resort on the right island for your criteria—as well as point you toward the hidden gems that make any journey extra special.

We can point you to a Caribbean specialist who delivers private, custom, WOW trips that keep you away from the tourist crowds and put you in the best locations for your needs. But be prepared to spend a minimum of $400 per day for two travelers, with a 3-night minimum. If that’s doable, click below and complete the questionnaire. Your information is kept private.

Pricing tip: Trips have a 3-night minimum and start at $400 per day for two travelers. There is an additional trip-planning fee of $250.

 

Start your Caribbean trip here

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2 Comments

  1. Sally Johnson

    I am trying to book a trip to Turks and Caicos. Who is the best advisor to work with on this? I need some recommendations on hotels.

    Thanks

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