Grenada is located in the southern part of the Lesser Antilles,
only 160 kilometres north of Venezuela. This small island state consists of three
islands: Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique. With a width of 18 kilometres
and a length of 34 kilometres, Grenada is the largest of the three islands.
The island is known as The Spice Isle because of its abundance
of locally grown spices. Grenada has one of the most varied environments of
the Caribbean. Mountainous volcanic terrain with crater lakes in the inner
country, mangroves at the coast, white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and
excellent coral reefs attract visitors to this beautiful island.
The climate is tropical with an average temperature of 24° - 30°C. It is hot
and humid in the rainy season from June to December and cooler during the dry
season from January to May.
Anguilla lies hidden between many other islets in the northern Caribbean.
An isle with only 12.000 residents, only 20 kilometres long and five
kilometres wide, but with the luxury of 33 fine sandy, wonderful white
beaches and bays, surrounded by crystal clear waters of the
Captivating sunsets, mild breezes, smiling faces, hospitality and casual
elegance are only some of the reasons which make Anguilla a much desired
wedding and honeymoon location.
Barbados is the most eastern island of the Lesser Antilles and known
as the Caribbean dream destination with white sandy beaches, turquoise
water and green tropical gardens. The island with its hospitable locals
has a cushy English-tropical ambiance. A trip to the countryside with
its sugar cane fields and colourful houses of the Bajans is a worthwhile
The climate is consistently mild and tropical throughout the year with an
average temperature of 26°C. There is no rain season. However, between
July and November rain showers are more frequent.
Imagine a honeymoon trip could last for a whole year, then newlyweds could swim
at a different beach on Antigua each day. Reputedly, exactly 365 fine sandy beaches
surround the tiny Caribbean island of 442km². Coral reefs extend
along the front of the fantastic beaches, a genuine paradise for snorkellers and
divers. No wonder, because with a visibility of up to 30 metres, even inexperienced
underwater sportsmen can easily discover the secrets of the ocean depths with a
wealth flora and fauna.
Countless bays and secluded caves dot the coastline of the British Virgin Islands,
where the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet. For centuries, they protected
seafarers and hid smugglers. Today the islands attract tourists who enjoy exploring
The islands fascinate you with dream-beaches, luxury hotels, small guest-houses,
hospitable locals and a landscape that is untouched to a large extent. It is a wonder
that they are described as "Natures little secrets"?
The waters surrounding the islands have a reputation as one of the world's best
territories for sailing, offering both beginners and professionals perfect
conditions for long trips. This is due to the constant trade winds and the