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Cuba Fact Sheet For Travellers

As the largest Caribbean island, tourism is one of the main sources of revenue for Cuba, it’s favourable climate, beaches, architecture and cultural history makes the island an attractive destination for tourists. Cuba has no less than 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 7 Natural Biosphere Reserves and 253 protected areas. The capital city is Havana and the country has a population of 11,238, 317 (2014). The island is 1,250 km long and 191 km across its widest points and 31…

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CTO Caribbean Roadshow in Chester

The main reason for my work trip to the UK was to attend the CTO Caribbean Roadshow event in Chester, having never been to the Caribbean I was keen to learn more about the differences between the different islands, and meet the tourism board representatives face to face. The event was held at Chester Racecourse, the room had been set up with individual tables and representatives from the Caribbean Tourist Organisation, airlines, tour operators and resort hotels. I tagged along…

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Dominican Republic Fact Sheet For Travellers

The Dominican Republic offers all inclusive holidays at the cheaper end of the scale for those looking for a Caribbean destination on a budget. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the North and Caribbean sea on the South, the Dominican Republic is easily accessible with eight international airports, and is also a favourite Caribbean destination for golfers. The island of Hispaniola is split into two thirds Dominican Republic and one third Haiti. The island was named by Christopher Columbus in…

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When’s a good time to visit the Caribbean?

The Caribbean enjoys a moderate tropical climate that typically fluctuates between 24-29°C. High Season (December to April) These are the driest months in the Caribbean making it a popular winter sun destination, especially around Spring Break and Easter. Low Season (May to November) Expect rainfall during low season, which helps to keep the tropical islands green & lush. August tends to be the hottest month in the Caribbean. Hurricane Season (June to November) The hurricane season stretches from the 1st…

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Sandals Over-The-Water Suites

Imagine spending your honeymoon in one of these stunning over-the-water suites just released by Sandals. These brand new luxury suites at the Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island in Montego Bay, Jamaica are the first of their kind to be introduced in the Caribbean. Features include: See-through glass floor Private infinity pool Over water hammock made for two Personalised butler service Private boat transfers to and from the resort Jacuzzi with outdoor shower Sandals Luxury Included Remember with Sandals…

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