The Caribbean

Are you ready to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquility of the Caribbean?

If so, then come and experience all that this tropical paradise has to offer. With its crystal clear turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, and lush greenery, it is the epitome of relaxation and rejuvenation.

Take a stroll along the beach and feel the warm sun on your skin, or enjoy a refreshing drink while gazing out at the breathtaking ocean views. 

Dive into the crystal clear waters and explore the colorful marine life, or simply relax and enjoy the world-renowned hospitality. 


Keep In Mind

Are you looking to escape the chilly temperatures? Consider your trip between February and April, when the weather is warm and sunny. The low season, from May to September, is excellent for budget travellers, but be aware that temperatures can be scorching during the summer.


Accommodation rates have increased since COVID-19, and finding a decent price may be difficult. It is about five times more expensive.

Transportation from the airport to your accommodation can be expensive.


Cruises are an affordable way to explore the island. If booked in advance, prices can be as low as $69 per day. Look for the deals online.

If planning a trip to Cuba or the Dominican Republic, check all requirements before booking.

What To Expect

Language: The official language is Spanish, with about 90% of its population speaking it as their first language. But you will be fine for speaking English.


Currency: The official currency Peso.


Credit Cards & ATMs: No US credit or debit card can be used in Cuba, including a US debit card, to get cash out of a Cuban ATM. However, if you use a card from somewhere else, like Canada or Europe, your card will likely work, but you will run into a 3% charge for every payment.


Plugs: The power plugs are type A, B, C, and L; the standard voltage is 110 / 220 V, and the standard frequency is 60 Hz. 


Safety: The Caribbean is generally safer than many other countries, with violent attacks being rare. Petty theft, especially at the beach or in hotel rooms, can be standard, but small preventative measures work wonders. The same goes for pickpocketing.