Autumn in the Caribbean starts to see a variety of amazing and interesting events taking place as the high season begins to rear its head. So here at Tropic Breeze we have gathered some of the note-worthy events to expect from this coming Autumn, all perfect to coincide with a tropical holiday.
August is Chocolate Heritage Month in St Lucia, dedicated to celebrating the thriving cocoa industry and the production of chocolate. Visitors to the island can take part in cocoa plantation tours, sample chocolate-inspired dishes and indulge in spa treatments that make use of the product.
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St Lucia is renowned throughout the world for its natural beauty, from dramatic volcanic mountains to the turquoise waters of the Caribbean sea. The island caters for all holiday styles, from honeymoons and adults-only breaks to family holidays and wellbeing breaks…
In August 2016 Waves Hotel and Spa is re-opening its doors to the public as a part of the Elegant Hotels portfolio. The hotel has been completely transformed to become an all-inclusive resort with a focus on wellness and the mind, perfect for those looking for a relaxed Caribbean holiday.
Peter Island Resort & Spa is holding a food festival in November 2016 which will celebrate Caribbean cuisine and cooking techniques, bringing together chefs from across the region for a weekend of delicious food and culinary competitions. Run in association with the British Virgin Islands tourist board, the event will raise money for the Peter Island Culinary Scholarship Fund which assists aspiring culinary professionals.
It’s important to be armed with all the facts when embarking on your dream holiday! So here are all the essential travelling tips that you need to make the most of your stay in St Lucia – from getting around the island to service charge; this post should give you the essential facts and information that often gets forgotten.
With clear, turquoise waters and cooling Atlantic breezes, the waters surrounding the Caribbean islands of Antigua and Grenada are ideal for sailing. The Caribbean is the perfect holiday destination for those who wish to get out on the water, either while staying at a resort where guests can sail dinghies or go on boat trips on board larger vessels, or while staying on board a yacht and touring around the region. However, you don’t have to have a good pair of sea legs, guests and spectators can enjoy the maritime events that take place throughout the year.
Call our friendly specialists on 01752 880 880 to discuss your Caribbean sailing holiday, whether you wish to stay on a yacht or back on dry land.
Julia, a member of our sales team, tells us all about her trip to Antigua:
The Caribbean may conjure up images of romantic sunsets and secluded beaches, but it is in fact a great place for single travellers! With a huge range of resorts available – all with different atmospheres and activities on offer – a solo holiday can be filled with activity and adventure or can be a quiet and peaceful getaway in beautiful surroundings. Continue reading “Solos holidays – best Caribbean destinations for single travellers”