Sailing to the Tobago Cays
Few approaches fill you with tingly anticipation quite like the last few moments of sailing into the Tobago Cays found in the Grenadines.
Easter Goat Races
The Buccoo Goat Race Festival: first run in 1925 (yes, folks have been racing goats in this corner of Tobago for almost 100 years), the Tobagonians of this sleepy village have a Barbadian (Samuel Callender) to thank for this poor man’s horse races — at the time reserved for the local gentry.
Sulfur Springs National Park in Soufriere
It may not look like much, but for generations it's been believed that bathing in the incredibly hot, muddy waters of the Sulfur Springs National Park in Soufriere, St. Lucia would cure practically anything that ails you.
The Cottle Church And Integrating Caribbean Anglican Churches
The Cottle Church. Built in 1824, it’s the first Caribbean Anglican church where blacks and whites were meant to worship together.
Beach Day in Provo
Sunday is beach day! Today we have the brilliant sands of Half Moon Bay, a three quarter mile (1200 meter) beach found between the uninhabited islands of Little Water Cay and Water Cay, on our mind.
Learning to Surf in the Dominican Republic
Whether you're a complete newbie or just looking to improve your carving, 321 Takeoff at Playa Encuentro is one of the chillest spots to get out onto the water surfing near Cabarete — known as the "action sports capital of the Caribbean."
Antigua Sailing Week 2018
Antigua Sailing Week, when over 100 yachts and sailors from all over the globe descend on the Land of 365 Beaches for races, parties, cultural immersian, and more is just over a month away. Still time to witness this epic 50-year-old event in the magical waters surrounding Antigua.
Back to St. Croix
Favorite beaches, because the food is so good, because the sunsets are so beautiful, to swim with the fish, to go sailing, because it never snows there — there are probably a million reasons to return to St. Croix. What are yours?