shutterstock_131786084-ANGUILLA.jpg

Caribbean Destinations

shutterstock_2034169499-ARUBA.jpg

A gay-friendly Caribbean destination

Solo ta briya. The sun is shining. It’s something we Arubans say more than anyone else in the Caribbean. Aruba consistently ranks as having the least amount of rainfall in the Southern Caribbean. The calming trade winds will keep you cool in the pleasant 82-degree weather. Thanks to our location outside the hurricane belt, visitors can expect reliably great weather throughout the year.

Bonaire | Dutch  Caribbean

shutterstock_459861160-BON.jpg

Bonaire a Diver's Paradise

The Dutch Caribbean Island, which is located outside of the hurricane belt and slightly above South America, is a picture-perfect location. People are outnumbered by vibrant pink flamingos, thousands of multicolored fish are swimming just beneath the clean water's surface, and wild donkeys are free to wander in an area surrounded by mountains.

shutterstock_1450638314- CUR.jpg

Everything to Know about Curacao

Curacao is a Dutch island located in the southern Caribbean Sea. It is well known for its beaches, reefs, plantation houses, and friendly people. Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao together constitute the ABC islands. The Curacao language includes Dutch, Papiamento, and English. You'll find plenty of activities to keep you busy while on the island, including swimming, scuba diving, Curacao snorkeling, and windsurfing.

maho.jpg

140 Nationalities

St. Martin and St. Maarten are great for playing in the waves and lounging in the sand, like most Caribbean vacation spots. The eastern Caribbean Island of St. Maarten has a variety of alternative nicknames outside its official title, "The Friendly Island." Perhaps "The International Island," given that France oversees the island's northern portion, which it calls St. Martin, while the Netherlands owns St. Maarten. Its vast expanses of golden and white sand beaches could give it the nickname "The Sun-Soaked Island."

Saba | Dutch  Caribbean

saba.jpg

Unique ecosystem

Saba is known for hiking, diving and it’s short runway. Saba is a five square mile island located in the northeastern Caribbean Sea, 28 miles southwest of its international hub St. Maarten, a 12 minute flight or 90 minute ferry ride away. Formerly part of the Netherlands Antilles, in 2010 Saba became part of a special municipality of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, along with the islands of St. Eustatius and Bonaire.

Sint Eustatius | Dutch  Caribbean

statia.jpg

Laid back and quiet island

Statia is known for its untouched nature and laid back atmosphere, so naturally, you won’t see or hear about any big airline commercial flights disrupting the peace of this quaint paradise. Flights to Statia are connected through a short flight from St. Martin.

Barbados | British Commonwealth nation

BARBADOS7.jpg

UNESCO World Heritage Designation

Welcome to Barbados, the easternmost island in the Caribbean and a country best renowned for its rum and sugar production. Barbados is an island rich in tradition and legacy, which you can witness through the friendly residents' warm smiles, tasty food, overpowering rum, and rhythmic music. The gorgeous white sand beaches, cheeky green monkeys, gorges, and caves on this tiny island make it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts.

Our stories