The Caribbean Sea has thousands of islands.  Many of these islands are tiny and uninhabited, but there are also a lot that are accessible and make a great vacation spot.

There is a lot of variety in the islands of the Caribbean.  Some islands have mountains, some are flat.  Some have rainforests, some have sparse vegetation.  Some are rich, some are poor.  Some have huge resorts, some have nothing but small accommodations. 

Visiting the Caribbean can be done in various ways, with the most popular being flights directly to an island and visiting multiple islands through a cruise. 

People often want to compare the Caribbean with Hawaii.  I would say there is really no comparison.  For people on the East coast, the Caribbean is much, much closer and more accessible, but that is where the Caribbean advantage ends.  In our opinion the Hawaiian islands are more beautiful, offer more variety, and offer better snorkeling.  The Caribbean is great, but Hawaii is even better.

In the coming weeks we will discuss the following locations:  Grand Cayman, St Thomas/St John, Roatan, Belize, Turks and Caicos, and Cozumel, to name a few.  If you would like to increase the priority for one particular location please contact us.