San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan is the vibrant capital city of Puerto Rico and boasts one of the largest and most scenic harbours in the Caribbean archipelago. The city boasts a wealth of fascinating historical landmarks to uncover, alongside many areas of stunning natural beauty such as parks, gardens and beaches, as well as a marvellous tropical climate.
Castries, St. Lucia
St Lucia is a famously verdant and scenic Caribbean destination, and from the port of Castries, the entire island can be explored. Make the most of St Lucia’s incredible natural attractions whilst on the island. Take a trip the Sulphur Springs located to the south of Soufriere, embark on a hike through the lush rainforest, trek to the top of the majestic Gros Pitons, or simply lay back and unwind with a drink on a soft sandy beach.
Gustavia, St Barts
The port of Gustavia is the gateway to the beautiful Caribbean island of St Barts, often considered to be one region’s most stunning destinations, due to its fabulous collection of immaculate and sun-soaked beaches, which stretch for miles along the island’s scenic coastline. Water sports are particularly popular along the shoreline of St Barts and visitors will have the chance to try their hand at scuba diving, surfing and kayaking amongst many other coastal pursuits.
Roseau is the main port and capital city of the Caribbean island of Dominica, located between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Dominica’s natural beauty is one of its most appealing qualities and hiking is an especially popular way to spend time on the island. Visitors can follow hiking trails past some of Dominica’s most scenic areas, which include Middleham Falls, the Boiling Lake, and the Syndicate National Trail, on which ramblers will see a wealth of wonderful wildlife
Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda
As the larger of the two islands of Antigua and Barbuda, Antigua attracts droves of cruisers every year looking for natural beauty and peaceful tranquillity from the Caribbean archipelago. The island has an incredible 365 different beaches – one for every day of year – so visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to relaxing by the coast.