If you aren’t ready for the cold weather that’s just around the corner, then hop a fast plane south to el Carib.
This week’s Caribbean Wrap Up has plenty of hot spots that will keep summer lasting for as long as you want it to. Want to sample amazing Caribbean rums and beers? Then head to St. Maarten next month. Don’t know what to bring back for friends and family? Read about the top Caribbean souvenirs. Want to know what the longest beach in the Caribbean is? Keep reading!
Enjoy the escape.
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival 2015: St Maarten has become the latest host country for the roving Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival which will take place on November 6th and 7th, 2015. Now in its fifth year, the festival brings together some of the finest rum and beer products from the Caribbean and beyond in a vibrant setting complete with Caribbean food, culture and entertainment. –Story by Rum Connection
Why You Need to Visit Pinel Island: Ever felt like you need a vacation from your vacation? A place where you can skip the sightseeing, paddleboarding, and zip-lining that’s cluttering your to-do list and simply sit? If you’re in St Martin there is such a Paradise, and its called Ilet Pinel. –Story by Caribbean
Top 7 Caribbean Souvenirs – Bring The Islands Home With You: While your vacation may seem to end far too soon, there are many ways to bring a piece of your favorite islands back home with you! From hot pepper sauces as spicy as the island itself, to luxuriously scented creams or memorable t-shirts, the top Caribbean souvenirs will help ensure your vacation is never forgotten! Story by Caribbean Charter Flights
Longest Beach in The Caribbean: Named 17 Mile Beach or Low Bay, this breathtaking 17 miles of pink sand beach deserves a mention on the regions best beach list. The beach is actually a 17 mile strip of land that separates the lagoon from the Caribbean Sea. –Story by travel2thecaribbeanblog.com
7 Caribbean Islands You’ve Never Heard Of But Should Visit: Ah the Caribbean. So exquisite, so pristine, so…overrun? True, there are many, many islands in the Caribbean that are worth a visit and many of them happen to have–shall we say–a healthy tourism market. But what if you still want to jet off to those insanely blue waters and don’t want to deal with the masses? Never fear, here are few places you should check out if you want to get away from it all without everyone else. –Story by Huffingtonpost.com
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