Caribbean

Do you want to scuba dive through old wrecks in The Bahamas?

Have you ever had dreams about the type of vacations Jamaica would have in store for you?

If friends asked you to join them and fly to Bonaire tomorrow, would you make the trip?

Explore Caribbean vacation ideas further:

Greater Antilles

Cayman Islands
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Haiti
Jamaica
Puerto Rico

Netherland Antilles

Aruba
Bonaire
Curacao

Lucayan Archipelago

Bahamas
Turks and Caicos

Caribbean Sea

Lesser Antilles

Leeward Islands (northern)

US Virgin Islands
– St Croix
– St Thomas

British Virgin Islands
– Tortola

Anguilla
Antigua
Barbuda
Guadeloupe
Montserrat
Nevis
Saint Martin
Sint Maarten
St Barths
St Kitts

Windward Islands (southern)

Barbados
Dominica
Grenada
Martinique
St Lucia
St Vincent
The Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago

Why Visit the Caribbean?

The Caribbean is an amazing place. Often referred to as “Central America” there are many destinations that one should visit. The Caribbean is the ideal holiday choice for you if you are interested in a heavenly holiday. The awe-inspiring Caribbean islands are made up of over 7000 islands, islets and reefs, and are situated south of the United States and just east of Mexico. Scattered between the larger islands of Cuba, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic are the smaller islands of the Bahamas, Barbados and Antigua and they are the most popular of islands for vacations.

The specialty of On the Beach is to locate the ideal Caribbean holiday for you at prices that cannot be beat. We can ensure that you get just what you want, whether it is an all-inclusive Caribbean holiday, a Caribbean honeymoon or a luxury Caribbean holiday.

CARIBBEAN WEATHER

One of the main attractions of the Caribbean is the weather, which makes it an ideal vacation destination at any time of year. The weather of the Caribbean features sunshine and breezes year round, with average winter temperatures between 25ºC to 30ºC and summer temperatures of over 30ºC.

Sad to say, the majority of the Caribbean is located within the Atlantic hurricane belt, meaning that between June and November, there is a risk that a hurricane will occur. It is not necessary to totally avoid the Caribbean Islands at this time of year, since you can take precautions! There is actually only a very minute chance that a hurricane will affect your island, but to mitigate the risk, you can select one of the islands that have a statistically small chance of being hit, like those located in the more southerly regions — Barbados, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire and Grenada.

CARIBBEAN ISLANDS

Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, Margarita, St. Kitts, St. Lucia and Tobago are among the most popular Caribbean Islands.