Our Managing Director Mark has a bit of a talent when it comes to baking, so here is his Caribbean rum cake- Enjoy!
The Nevis Culturama festival was originally started by Calvin “ Cabo” Howell, the Vice President of the Nevis Dramatic and Cultural Society to ensure that the customs and arts of Nevis were preserved. The Nevis Culturama is celebrated yearly starting around the end of July and finishing around the 5th of August.
Cheryl Cole shocked the world with her recent wedding announcement… The British sweetheart wed her boyfriend , Jean Bernard Fernandez- Versini on the idyllic Island of Mustique- a short plane journey from Barbados and situated in the centre of The Grenadines. Mustique is an exclusive, remote and beautiful Island offering guests a luxurious and peaceful escape- possibly the reason the Island is favoured by many celebrities including Kate and Wills.
One of the best experiences often gained through travel is the opportunity to embrace local cuisine; whether dining with the locals, eating street food or enjoying the most elegant of beach front locations. Home to three of the top Caribbean chef’s of 2014, Anguilla, a small Island in the east of the Caribbean is renowned for its BBQ, Jerk, Crayfish and Lobster.
It’s quite an impossible task to create a “ Top 5” or “The best in Anguilla” due to the quality being so high across the Island, so our advice on where to eat in Anguilla … Eat at as many of these places as you can- Not one of them will disappoint and you will leave each with a different memory!
The British Virgin Tourism Board have announced the new Government flights from Antigua to Tortola, Beef Island, their aim; To make the beautiful area more accessible. These new flights will be direct and will operate with smaller connection times allowing you more hours in the BVI. The flights will run on Friday’s and Saturday’s from 1st November 2014. As this announcement has been made we wanted to show you why the British Virgin Islands are totally worth the extra effort to get there!
A collection of 60 Islands, most of them uninhabited, surrounded by white sand beaches and sparkling blue waters, The British Virgin Island’s are situated in the Northeast of the Caribbean and are the Caribbean’s hidden gem, or as the British Virgin Islands Tourist Board say “Nature’s Little Secret….”
East Winds Inn, St Lucia will have British Wildlife artist, Brin Edwards staying between the 14th and 21st September 2014. Guests in house will be invited to join any of the following activities and events during the week, included in the price of their stay.
Jo & Mark are just back from a trip to Jamaica, here Jo tells us all about their amazing experience and why they go back time after time.
Nestled high within the mountains of Jamaica lies Strawberry Hill, a unique and incredibly beautiful resort with views combining palm and pine trees, making it quite surreal. On being shown to our room we were greeted with a magnificent space of colonial styles featuring a balcony – perfect for that first morning coffee or evening tipple!
Bird Watching Weeks at Anse Chastanet, St Lucia
Stay at Anse Chastanet St.Lucia between 1-15 September 2014 for the opportunity to take part in special bird watching events hosted by Martyn Kenefick, a Caribbean based ornithologist and bird book author. Although the hotel offers year round bird watching, these events have been created especially for avid twitchers.
We recently embarked on our inspection trip to some of our resorts in the Maldives, this time via Sri Lanka! We love the Maldives – nowhere else can you see such stunning turquoise lagoons and beautiful white beaches, but for those that don’t want to spend their time laying on the sand or aren’t keen on diving, Sri Lanka is a melting pot of varied culture, breathtaking scenery and unforgettable experiences. Just a 1 hour flight away from the Maldives, it is the perfect twin centre holiday for a perfect combination of beach and culture.