Archive for the ‘Caribbean’ Category
Parents wonâ€™t have to make a choice this summer between a family vacation or sending the kids to camp. The Alexandra Resort, located on world-famous Grace Bay Beach, has introduced a summer camp program at their Pelican Kidsâ€™ Club.
The tourist industry in the Caribbean will benefit from more visa facilities and improvements in air transport, said Regional Director for the Americas at the World Tourism Organization, Carlos Vogeler.Â The complex visa processing and tax policies limit the possibilities to millions of people interested in this area, he said.Â More openness would mean promoting plans to [...]
Explore Antigua as a family with a jeep safari tour across the island’s rugged countryside, journey through the rainforest on a zipline or explore the beaches on a segway, visit the local villages and photograph the many picturesque spots along the way or take a look from the water as a pirate for the day!
TORONTO – March 8, 2013 – Our clocks may bespringing forward allowing for a little extra daylight, but spring temperatures aren’t in bloom yet. So if you’re looking to get away and hop on a plane to a warmer destination within three hours, The Islands Of The Bahamas is ripe with sunshine and off-the-beaten-path activities.
Gustavia, St. Barthâ€“ St. Barth has an irresistible appeal for travelers from around the world and there is even more to love during the summer. Summer is the time when St. Barth locals and privileged insiders shift from the VIP shuffle to a quieter, more intimate pace, what the real St. Barth is all about.
Port of Spain, Trinidad â€“ January 23, 2013. The waves breaking on the beach make the only sound at night above the whisper of volunteers with flashlights watching as five-foot, 800 pound turtles slowly make their way up the shore in Grand Riviere, Trinidad, to lay eggs for what will be the next generation. At [...]
Port of Spain, Trinidad â€“ January 17, 2013. Scenic, cultural and always ready for reason to celebrate, Trinidad and Tobago is the â€śmust-visitâ€ť destination for savvy travelers in 2013. Welcoming guests from around the globe, the dual-island nation has something for every taste, style and mood. From festivals to food, heritage to hiking â€“ these [...]
Port of Spain, Trinidad â€“ January 8, 2013. The islands of Trinidad and Tobago offer a wonderful opportunity for parents to teach their children about the thrills of venturing off the beaten path while still enjoying a family vacation with all the comforts of home. These days, parents, and even grandparents, are traveling with the [...]
January 7, 2012 (Grenada, W.I.)â€“Getting to Grenada just got a whole lot easier with the launch of Air Transatâ€™s new seasonal flight out of Toronto.Â Inaugural flight C6 766 took off on Monday, December 24, 2012, just in time for the holiday season. Passengers on this flight were greeted in Toronto by Jenny Gumbs, Hon. Consul [...]
By Richard Bangs Over the years Iâ€™ve caressed many of the Caribbean gems, but never a set like the Cayman Islands. An accident of geography and geology, the three coral islands, cursed with terrible soil, minimal terrestrial relief, no rivers or lakes, but a bask of crocodiles, was not settled by the Caribs, Arawaks, Tainos, [...]