Our Travel specialist with firsthand knowledge of the Caribbean will help you design an unforgettable Caribbean vacation. We are committed to exceed your expectations, passionate about helping you create memorable vacations, and dedicated to transfer our unmatched knowledge in the Caribbean so that you travel like a local. We will strive to make your travel extraordinary and earn your business, and work hard to make you another repeat customer.
In the works!
We are currently working on a proposal for a scheduled air service from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Hope Town, Abaco in the Bahamas. Our proposal includes:
- Non-stop service from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Airport to Hope Town, Abaco.
- Weekly scheduled service starting on Thursday, January 23, 2014, as
needed/ad hoc service starting this Holiday Season, and on going special
travel services to cater to special group and corporate travels.
- Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
- Estimate Flight Time: 1 hour and15 Minutes.
- Departing Ft. Lauderdale, Florida at 12:00PM, and departing Hope Town,
Abaco at 2:00PM.
Cessna Caravan Seaplane: Cessna’s turboprop aircraft with Seating Capacity 8, Range 805nm, Cruise Speed 159ktas, and Useful Load more than 2,000lb.
- Engineered for hard work, with matchless cargo hauling capacity, industry-
leading dispatch reliability, and versatility in all weather conditions and
terrains have made the Cessna Caravan Seaplane famous for its
rugged utility and flexibility.
- Its reliability even in remote areas, at high altitudes, and in hot climates is
unbeatable. For years, it has been accomplishing life-saving missions,
charter missions, hauling missions, and more in all corners of the world.
We will keep you posted!
Antigua & Barbuda
Great reefs and wrecks for diving and snorkeling. On neighboring Barbuda you can track the island's fabled frigate birds and visit the Caribbean's largest rookery.
This parched speck of an island off the coast of Venezuela has guaranteed sunshine and is blessed with beaches that make you say 'ahhh'. Tourism is the big business here and it's served in a double scoop of Latin coastal coasters and sun bunnies from North America and Holland.
The Bahamas are home to some of the best flats and deep sea fishing in the world! Dotted across miles of sky-blue sea, the islands of the Bahamas are a tantalizingly accessible paradise. Deluxe resorts and stylish restaurants offer A-list treatment, but quieter joys abound as well: snorkeling through sun-dappled coves, eating fresh-caught fish grilled at a beachside cafe or simply relaxing in a shaded hammock stirred by warm tropical breezes.
Barbados is the 'Little England' of the Caribbean, but not so much so that the locals have given up rotis for kidney pies, or rum for bitter ale. Bajans, as the islanders call themselves, are as West Indian as any of their Caribbean neighbors, and have tended to selectively borrow rather than assume English customs.
Think Bermuda and images of tidy pastel cottages, professional men in ties and shorts, pink-sand beaches, and quintessential British traditions like cricket matches and afternoon tea spring to mind. For once the stereotype matches the reality.
Bonaire is a popular tourist destination for both recreational diving and shore snorkeling. Together with Aruba and Curacao it forms a group referred to as the ABC islands of the Leeward Antilles, the southern island chain of the Lesser Antilles
The Cayman Islands are crawling with a fun-loving mix of deal-cutting bankers with briefcases and cell phones, scuba divers in neon-hued wetsuits and English folk checking the cricket scores over a tipple. The islands vibrate with color: coral reefs, bright orange frogfish, sociable stingrays and reggae beats on the street.
The white-sand beaches, impressive mountain ranges veined with spectacular rivers and waterfalls, and saltwater lakes teeming with exotic wildlife are just part of the Dominican Republic's appeal. Whether you're looking to party, relax or explore, the Dominican Republic has a lot to offer.
Ever since Errol Flynn cavorted here with his Hollywood pals in the 1930s and '40s, travellers have regarded Jamaica as one of the most alluring of the Caribbean islands. Its beaches, mountains and carnal red sunsets regularly appear in the sort of tourist brochures that promise paradise.
Puerto Rico is where four centuries of Spanish Caribbean culture comes face to face with the American convenience store. This leads to some strange juxtapositions - parking lots and plazas, freeways and fountains, skyscrapers and shanties - but it's all apiece with the Caribbean's hybrid history.
This mountainous jewel of the Caribbean, with awesomely photogenic peaks rising to the clouds like volcanic pyramids, is an activity lover’s dream. Don’t just lounge on the beach – St Lucia’s kitesurfing, sailing, diving and snorkeling are second to none, and lush tropical jungles are ripe for exploration by hiking, horseback riding or flying through the trees on a zip line.
Colorful St Martin is a kaleidoscope of Caribbean clichés: postcard-worthy beaches, savory local restaurants and roaring beachside bars. This alluring island, split into two halves has two different personalities: the French side clings to a love of food, while the Dutch side appeals to the pleasure-seekers. But its easy-going character and stunning natural gifts combine to make one unforgettable vacation spot.
Turks & Caicos
A little-known tropical heaven, the Turks and Caicos might just be the Caribbean paradise you’ve always dreamed of, with white-sand beaches, blue waters teeming with colorful fish and divinely warm weather. Explore deserted bays and islets where you may see no other footprints but your own, and enjoy the quiet island life in historic towns.
US Virgin Islands
With balmy weather, silky beaches and warm turquoise waters to dive and snorkel in, the Virgin Islands are easily some of the Caribbean’s most sublime. Any island will do, though each differs in personality: St Thomas has resorts and water sports galore, St John is covered in lush parkland ripe for exploring, and St Croix pleases divers with extraordinary scuba sites
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