Antigua claims to have 365 beaches, each benefiting from the white sands and sparkling waters of the Eastern Caribbean's Leeward Islands. Nature is at the heart of Antigua, an island veined with hiking trails and verdant expanses of seemingly endless green. Admire the view or strike out on a New World adventure. The choice is yours.
Go from only £963 per person.
Aruba's consistently clement weather finds an ideal companion in its refreshing tradewinds, a partnership that has unified people from across the globe into an eclectic community of welcoming locals. Classically Caribbean white-blue-green hues flush the landscapes, but it's the warm smiles and zesty hospitality that distinguish Aruba from its sister islands. Aruba is the Caribbean you know, but executed with a flawless finesse distinct to the island.
Go from only £1,616 per person.
Barbados has captured the imagination of holidaymakers across the globe. It's an intimate island nation with unprecedented diversity, ranging from humble beachfront living to the refined pleasures of upmarket all-inclusive escapes. Moreover, Barbados is accessible to everyone thanks to an extensive portfolio of exceptional value resorts. Rainforests, designer shopping, white sands, history and nightlife all find a home in Barbados - and so will you.
Go from only £585 per person.
Dotted over 100,000 square miles of ocean, The Bahamas incorporates countless off-the-beaten-track escapes spread over 2,400 picturesque cays. It's home to VIPs, a heaven for divers and a honeymooner's dream getaway, and with 700 islands to choose from there's definitely a mote of sand-and-sea that's made for you. The Bahamas define the life less ordinary, so go forth and discover the closest thing to paradise.
Go from only £1,334 per person.
Cuba represents a little something from a little bit of everywhere, collecting cultural influences from Spain, Africa, China and everywhere in between. There's an undeniable sense of nostalgia that fills the cobbled streets and sandy shorelines; the feeling that you're walking back in time to better days. Colonial history is everywhere, but so too are laid-back Caribbean vibes and modern all-inclusive trends. Cuba welcomes everyone as a friend, and it's a friendship for life.
Go from only £600 per person.
Passing through the Dominican Republic opens up the history of the New World though its remnants, where cobbled streets and Spanish architecture continue to mould the profile of this island nation. You also get an idea of why the first Western settlers were enamoured with the Dominican Republic, where vibrant rolling mountains stand vigil over whale-dotted seas and pristine beachfronts. It's one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, with a holiday for every budget.
Go from only £575 per person.
The Eastern Caribbean is often associated with the trade of spices, and Grenada's long history with nutmeg has centralised its position in global mercantile narratives. Lasting legacies from these days of colonial culture live on, reformed as the luxurious resorts that shine a spotlight on Grenadian tourism. Untouched white-and-blue seascapes exist peacefully alongside world-class holiday destinations and authentic Caribbean escapes, making Grenada the connoisseur's choice for an upmarket long-haul holiday.
Go from only £1,014 per person.
As one of the larger island in the Caribbean, Jamaica has an outstanding collection of resorts that range from fun-only family adventures to relaxing high-end luxury. Island activities are equally as accommodating, ranging from all-hours night life and characterful bars to birdwatching and beach walks. But above all it's the people who give Jamaica it's soul, with their love for music, hospitality and laughter. Jamaica is a larger-than-life destination, filled with life-affirming experiences.
Go from only £957 per person.
St Kitts & Nevis
Finding a destination that's escaped the reaches of modern tourism is challenging, but the authenticity of Nevis is a welcome remedy to the bigger-is-better ethic of behemoth resorts. Pocketed with intimate, boutique hotels and self-sustainable local culture, Nevis values personal relationships, marrying flawless hospitality to untrodden hillsides and utopian beachfronts. Nevis has learned all the tricks for classic long-haul holidays, but retains its individuality. A holiday in Nevis is an escape in the truest sense of the word.
Go from only £1,246 per person.
Natural beauty is abundant in the Caribbean, but St. Lucia holds the mantle as the region's most stunning destination. Deep rainforest, rolling greenery, coral-white sands and charismatic villages set St.Lucia apart, folding a huge degree of diversity into manageable proportions. Exoticism is a staple of any Lucian holiday, mingling colourful flowers and calm waters with some of the Caribbean's finest resorts.
Go from only £764 per person.
Mexico is a cultural crossroads, fed by historical strands from Mayan South America, Spanish colonialism, Caribbean coastal living and American holidaymaking trends. Stylish all-inclusive hotels reign supreme in Cancun, but there's always something ancient, authentic or astounding in the local area. Age-old ruins, close-knit communities, vibrant flavours and flourishing wildlife stand side-by-side with some of the world's leading resorts, making Mexico a consistent favourite with holidaymakers the world over.
Go from only £602 per person.
Turks & Caicos
Hailed as the best kept secret among long-haul holidaymakers, the exotic isles of Turks & Caicos are rapidly becoming the on-trend holiday destination of Caribbean connoisseurs. Refined yet unpretentious, Turks & Caicos's growing portfolio of resorts specialise in excellent value low-key luxury, ranging from the social hub of Providenciales to the countless uninhabited islets peppered across the ocean that make for desert-island-esque excursions. Caribbean veterans looking to mix up their routine need look no further than Turks & Caicos.
Go from only £1,339 per person.
Trinidad & Tobago
Largely unscathed by the influences of mainstream modern tourism, Tobago is considered one of the best eco-tourism destinations on the planet. Diving, birdwatching, hiking, snorkelling and rainforest exploration sit at the centre of Tobagonian tourism, where authentic locally-supported resorts act as the gateway to the Caribbean's pre-colonial life. Tobago is great for holidaymakers who don't want their hand held by high-profile hotels; those of you who look to leave the beaten track and come face-to-face with the honest identity of an island nation.
Go from only £699 per person.
United States of America
Holidaying in America removes all barriers. Neither language nor culture can hold you back, and 50 individually characterised states provide limitless options for stellar escapes. From the Caribbeanesque environs of Miami to the cultural capitol of New York City, the USA has quite literally everything for quite literally anyone.
Go from only £539 per person.
St Vincent & The Grenadines
Lush landscapes and luxurious resorts had earned the archipelago of Saint Vincent & The Grenadines a reputation for uncomplicated, unpretentious escapes. The term "idyllic" is never far from mind, with the lay of the land ranging from jungle-clad mountainsides to breeze-kissed central-Caribbean waters. Excursions around the Tobago Cays open up a world of rural Caribbean charms, and the islands' calibre of hotel is simply unmatched. Extraordinary holidays are written deep within the narrative of Saint Vincent & The Grenadines, and you're the main character.
Go from only £2,150 per person.
British Virgin Islands
Substantially less British than the name would suggest, the British Virgin Islands consist of over 40 islands frequently identified with elite holidaymaking. Names associated with the rich and famous often find themselves in the same breath as the British Virgin Islands, and the archipelago's reputation of ultra-luxurious resorts and high-end socialising is completely justified. BVI holidays are Caribbean escapes taken to supreme levels, completely unmatched in the sphere of long-haul travel.