Island Hopping

Get to see more of the Caribbean!

Fancy an island hopping adventure?

With so many different islands, cultures and cuisines to explore, why limit yourself to one island?

For those who wish to have two or more holiday experiences in one – and why wouldn’t you take the opportunity to experience more than one Caribbean island after travelling all that way – then a multi-island holiday concept is ideal.

Be inspired by some of our favourite combinations here at The Caribbeanist…..

Antigua and Anguilla

After spending a week relaxing on some of Antigua’s 365 tantalising beaches, hop over on an inter-island flight to small but beautiful Anguilla, which is still a British Overseas Territory. Here you will find a vibrant culinary and music scene, with sophisticated fine dining restaurants and roadside barbeques and beach shacks. There is something for everyone. You might even bump into a celebrity or two.

The Caribbeanist recommends The Inn at English Harbour on Antigua and Malliouhana on Anguilla, but there are many other options available.

Grenada and Barbados

Grenada is known as the spice island of the Caribbean, and after wandering around the market of its capital St George’s, with its aromas of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and its most famous export nutmeg, you begin realise how apt that title is.

After sampling the unbeatable hospitality and local colour of Grenada, skip across by inter-island flight to Barbados, the small island with the big personality. From the wild surf of the east side to the relaxed luxury and charm of the west coast, Barbados is the home to some of the Caribbean’s most exclusive hotels and restaurants, and offers a mix of sophistication and relaxation, culture and rum!

The Caribbeanist recommends the Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel in Grenada, and the Cobblers Cove Hotel in Barbados, both part of the Relais and Chateau hotel collection, but many other great hotel options are available.

Barbados and The Grenadines

Separated by a short plane hop, yet worlds apart, Barbados and The Grenadines (Union Island, Palm Island, Canouan, Mayreau, Mustique, Petit St Vincent and Bequia) encapsulate the colourful diversity of the Caribbean. Barbados exudes colonial charm and sophistication, whilst The Grenadines immediately enthrals you with its infectious laid – back charm and casualness.

The Caribbeanist recommends the Cobblers Cove Hotel in Barbados and the Bequia Beach Hotel in Bequia, but there are many other great hotel options available.

Saint Lucia and Grenada

Stunning Saint Lucia is lush and picturesque, with its world renowned and iconic Pitons immediately recognisable, and is a cultural mix of French, British and African influences. Grenada on the other hand entices you with its mix of spices, organic cocoa and strong local rum, and its picture postcard capital St George’s and magnificent Grand Anse beach.

The Caribbeanist recommends Sugar Beach (a Viceroy Resort) in Saint Lucia and the Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel in Grenada, but as ever there are many other fantastic options available.

St Kitts, Nevis and Anguilla

Part of one federation, the islands of St Kitts and Nevis still remain largely off the tourist map. St Kitts is ideal for a few nights ‘accilimitisation’, with a journey on its scenic railway along the old sugar plantations tracks a must, together with a trip to the impressive 18th century Brimstone Hill Fortress being worthwhile.

On the sleepy island of Nevis, you can while away the time exploring the colonial buildings in historic Charlestown (birthplace of Alexander Hamilton), spend the day on Pinney’s beach sipping the famous ‘ killer bee’ rum cocktail at Sunshine’s Beach Bar, or simply stroll through the beautifully tranquil Botanic Gardens.

From there why not continue your Caribbean odyssey via a short plane hop over to Anguilla, famous for its sugar-white beaches and incredible turquoise waters, not to mention the fantastic restaurant and music scene.

The Caribbeanist recommends Belle Mont Farm on St Kitts, Nisbet Plantation on Nevis, and Malliouhana on Anguilla. However many other great hotel combinations are available.

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