Caribbean Cruises

The Caribbean Sea holds hundreds of the most spectacular islands in the world each with its own unique character. Why not take a Caribbean cruise and visit Jamaica, Barbados, St Lucia and Cuba and bask in the culture, beautiful weather, luxurious beaches and fabulous food of these stunning islands.

Here's a taster of some of the sights and sounds to be found on Caribbean cruises:

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Jamaica has indulged travellers for centuries. Christopher Columbus was the first European to set foot on the island and regarded it as 'the fairest land that eyes have beheld'. Visitors love Jamaica above all for its natural beauty from its picture postcard beaches to its high mountain peaks and running rivers. Jamaica is one the most engaging of all the Caribbean islands that offers every visitor a warm welcome and generous hospitality along with its own unique culture, music, history, beaches and local food in fine resorts such as Negril, Ochi Rios and Montego Bay. Whether you are looking for elegance or action, luxurious villas or charming inns, there is something for every holiday maker in Jamaica.


Barbados has some of the finest exclusive hotels and resorts in the Caribbean lining the glorious west coast, famed for its soft sands and spectacular sunsets. Only 21 miles long by 14 miles wide, Barbados has a most diverse landscape from the dramatic cliffs and wild Atlantic rollers of the eastern coast to the tranquil elite resorts of the west. Elsewhere, there are wonderful restaurants and bars to enjoy in the south at St Lawrence Gap, rugged Atlantic beauty in the east, a lively and friendly capital in Bridgetown in the southwest and reminders of British colonial past throughout.

St Lucia

The natural beauty and relaxed ambience of St Lucia has made the island a popular destination for wedding and honeymoons. St Lucia has excellent beaches, mountain scenery, a Volcano and boiling sulphur springs, along with orchids and exotic plants, and tropical flower-lined roadsides. St Lucia is a beautiful volcanic island with lush rainforests, rolling agricultural land and natural unspoilt beaches. But romance is just one of the holiday pleasures on offer in this luxuriant, tranquil island in the Caribbean. Visitors can also enjoy superb family-friendly hotels, a range of watersports and walking activities and a calendar of exciting cultural events.


Cuba is the largest of all the Caribbean islands. There are more than 300 natural beaches of fine white sand and crystal clear waters. A visit to the capital, Havana, should not be missed. Much of the city has been locked in time since the revolutionary fifties and can be explored easily on foot and is packed with character and perfectly preserved architecture. A combination of fascinating history, beautiful and varied scenery and a proud and warm people make Cuba a very special place to visit for the discerning traveller. Havana has a vast choice of evening entertainment with a range of restaurant and bar options, salsa bars, and cabaret shows.

Varadero has been officially designated one of the top ten beaches in the world. Located less than a two-hour drive east of Havana and stretching for 12 miles along the north coast, Varadero is Cuba’s biggest beach resort offering a wide range of hotels and facilities. Hotels along this coast are mainly all inclusive and many offer an array of water sports.

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