Turquoise waters, the warmth of the sun and a vibrant cultural scene all make the Caribbean islands a popular destination with travallers from all over the world. The allure of island life is increasingly tempting more and more expats and retirees to call the islands home.
Consisting of more than 7000 islands, the archipelago boasts a diverse multicultural scene with residents from all over the world and locals of English, Dutch, French or Spanish colonial heritage. This cultural melting pot aspect of the Caribbean islands extends to every part of its identity, including festivals, food, music and spoken languages (including English).
Beyond festivities and sumptuous delicacies, the islands also offer unparalleled diving, water sports, cricket, polo and horseracing for the adventurous as well as serene boat tours for families. In the Caribbean, island time is not just a myth! Life is led in a more laidback fashion as locals are not used to the fast pace that many of us take for granted.
With major airports in the Caribean connecting to large international hubs such as London Heathrow, there has never been a better time to explore this stunning part of the world.
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