• Caribbean Islands

    Caribbean: Paradise islands

    The dazzling Carabbeans are long considered heaven on earth for the sunseekers and the sea lovers. There are over 1500 islands, not counting the tiny ones, which stretch in a huge arch from the Yucatan Peninsula to the Venezuelan coastline, brushing the Americas at the two ends. A true Milky Way of little lands, which are dotted in the brilliant turquoise of the Carabbean Sea.

    The archipelagos of Greater Antilles and Lesser Antilles make up the majority of these islands. Mostly of volcanic origins some are rocky and dry, whilst others are covered in lush vegetation, with an incredible array of colorful flora and fauna, the wonderful smell of tropical fruits and spices twirling in the air.

    The Greater Antilles make up the larger islands, often States in their own right: Cuba, Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Jamaica and Puerto Rico. Aruba, Cayman, Bahamas & Turks & Caicos, Bermuda and the South American Caribbean islands also add-up to the list of major ones, whilst the Lesser Antilles list features the Virgin Islands, Netherlands Antilles, Anguilla, St Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Martinique and Guadeloupe (French Antillies), Dominica, St Lucia, Barbados, St Vincent & the Grenadines, Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago.

    The dry season goes from mid November to mid May and the climate is heavily influenced by the trade winds that come from the Atlantic and the Gulf currents, however each island has their own micro-climate, which is as varied as the landscape.

    The Carabbeans are a wonderful mix of ancient and modern, Colonial European, African and South American rhythm and cultures all blend into the most intricate and colorful puzzle of languages, food and architecture.

    Which such a wide choice of beauty, it will be easy for the sailing lovers to find their own little piece of paradise.

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