Manta rays are gentle giants which are found in the waters surrounding the Maldives, typically growing to about 3.5m in width and recognisable for their triangular wings.
At certain times of year mass gatherings of manta rays and whale sharks take place, a spectacular natural event which is unique to the Maldives. Hanifaru Bay in Baa Atoll is a Marine Protected Area which acts as the world’s largest feeding station, where it’s not uncommon for over one hundred mantas and several whale sharks to feed at the same time. Continue reading “Snorkel with manta rays in the Maldives”
As featured in the Sunday Times Tropical Special on 1 October…
Curtain Bluff is a privately owned, all-inclusive resort in Antigua which is perfect for couples and families. Combining luxury service and relaxation, the hotel is soon to reopen following extensive renovations – find out more about the property on our website.
Known as the ‘Spice Island’, Grenada is a laid-back holiday destination with spectacular scenery and plenty for visitors to do.
Travel specialist Trish recently spent a week exploring Grenada, where she stayed at three unique resorts and experienced much of what the island has to offer.
Below are some of her top tips for a holiday to Grenada, plus feedback on many of the resorts we offer on the island. Continue reading “Focus on Grenada”
Many exciting events are held on the Caribbeanislands each year, ranging from concerts and carnivals to food festivals and sailing regattas. Below are just a few of the events that will take place across the Caribbean in 2018 along with a recommendation of where to stay – there are many other accommodation options so please contact us to discuss your requirements! Continue reading “Caribbean calendar of events 2018”
Travel specialist Trish recently spent a week exploring Grenada courtesy of the island’s tourist board, staying at three unique resorts and experiencing much of what the island has to offer. Below she talks about her trip to the island which is now one of her favourite Caribbean destinations!
Call Trish on 01752 880880 to hear more about her trip or to discuss your holiday to Grenada!
The Tropic Breeze team’s thoughts are with all those affected by Hurricane Irma.
We have been in touch with many of the hotels we work with on the Caribbean islands that were hit by the storm, and are pleased that most properties only report minor damage. As tourism is such an important industry for the Caribbean islands, we will continue to support our travel partners and are positive that all hotels that have sustained damage will be able to repair and rebuild quickly.
As the Antigua & Barbuda tourist board has affirmed, the best way to help the affected islands recover is to continue with your holiday plans and to keep making future holiday plans.
The islands in the south of the Caribbean have been largely unaffected by the hurricane, including St Lucia, Barbados, Grenada and the Grenadines.
If you have any concerns or questions about your holiday then please do not hesitate to contact the team on 01752 880880.