Thinking of jetting off the Caribbean for your 2017 summer holiday? If not, here are three reasons why you should be.
- Shopping Paradise
The first thought to be conjured in the minds of most presented with the Caribbean is not often one concerning shopping or fashion; we think fashion and we think Milan, London, Paris and perhaps even Tokyo gibt es viagra ohne rezept. That said, the Caribbean is an absolutely fantastic place to head for some once in a lifetime fashion deals as well as to soak up the sun, sea and sand.
Specifically, for those wanting to combine a beach holiday with a shopping trip of a lifetime, Barbados is the place to do it. Why Barbados? Quite simply, Barbados is home to a massive and extensive network of shops, malls and shopping districts which lavish visitors by providing duty free price tags.
One such mall and one described via the Royal Westmoreland Resort website as: ‘the best place to shop in Barbados, offering an unmatched selection of luxury and duty-free jewellery, apparel and accessories. The shopping destination features more than 100,000 square feet of some of the world¹s leading retail brands such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Longchamp, Hugo BOSS, M.A.C., Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Cartier as well as many specialty retailers’ is that of Limegrove located in Holetown just north of the country’s capital, Bridgetown.
To learn more about Limegrove, head over to the official Limegrove Lifestyle Centre website. Meanwhile for an insightful guide into buying duty free in Barbados and where to find it, head over to the Totally Barbados website.
- Fun for All the Family
All too often holiday makers feel forced to choose a destination based on preconceived ideas as to where to go based on who they are travelling with. For example, couples look to countries and cities the world over that are perceived to be romantic. Families often end up with the adults touring their little ones around theme parks that hold little interest for them beyond the joy of seeing their kids have the time of their lives. The list goes on.
For those who wish to break free of these proscriptive ideas about holidaying and head out to somewhere that is sure to please everyone from the young to the old and from extreme sports lovers to those who love nothing more than a whole week spent sunbathing, the Caribbean is the ideal location to jet off too.
In particular, the Caribbean country of Turks and Caicos makes the ideal choice. Spanning 40 low lying islands and cays, TCI is a genuine treasure trove of once in a lifetime things to do, see and explore for all the family. From taking eco tours of the country’s landscapes and scenery to literally diving head first into its crystal waters to discover the world’s third largest coral barrier reef system, to whale spotting or knocking back authentic Caribbean rum cocktails, or just strolling along some of the world’s best beaches, TCI has it all.
Then, to discover more and plan the perfect family orientated summer 2017 holiday that is sure to get and keep all the family enraptured, head over to the Blue haven Resort website where you will find their brilliant article: Fun Turks and Caicos Family Vacation Activities. Meanwhile, to discover the Caribbean’s best beaches and where to go to visit the best, give The Daily Mail feature: The World’s Best Beaches a read through.
- Escape another UK Winter
The Caribbean has the best climate in the world, provided it is sun you’re chasing. So too then do the wealth of countries that litter the Caribbean. Of course it is arguable because not everybody loves year round temperatures of between 24 and 29 degrees Celsius on average, but those who don’t are definitely in the minority. In fact, the pursuit of sun, sea and sand is for millions of holiday makers exactly what drives them to go abroad, above culture cuisine and life experience too. This is especially true in countries such as England where the weather is decidedly drab and grey for much of the year, leaving its people feeling drab and grey.
Fortunately, the Caribbean has never been more accessible or affordable. What’s more with a massive choice of countries within the Caribbean to choose to visit, holiday makers needn’t simply end up in the Bahamas (not that the Bahamas would be something most Brits would be disappointed to end up!). Rather, to explore the different countries within the Caribbean and see where is best to visit depending on the time of year, the Responsible Travel website Caribbean Travel Guide has all the information anyone looking to book a holiday in the Caribbean could want to know when it comes to climate and how best to avoid hitting this tropical paradise during the hurricane season.