The Natural Beauty Of The Caribbean

Waterfalls, caves, volcanoes, coral reefs

The Caribbean's 7,000 isles are dripping with natural treasures. Not just another sun, sand and sea destination, there is so much more to the Caribbean. Hike or hire a car for the day to explore more and see the natural wonders that cover the islands.

In Jamaica, the world-famous Dunns River Falls descend like giant steps into the Caribbean Sea. Meanwhile, the limestone formation of Antigua's Devil's Bridge forms a natural arch over the ocean and Harrison's Cave in Barbados is an underground world of streams, waterfalls, pools, and rock formations. And, at 750 metres, the green Piton peaks are a constant reminder that you are in St Lucia. 

The islands of the Caribbean are gloriously rich in natural assets and the people are very proud of their eco-credentials.