The Caribbean is one of those places that should be on everyone’s bucket list. The blue seas, the white sand beaches and alluring winter sun makes pretty much everywhere else seem very drab. It also doesn’t have to cost the earth if you don’t want it to.
The blissfully pale shimmery stretches of sand and the sparkling crystal clear waters are obvious pulls when it come’s to visiting the Caribbean. Throw in the glorious weather and you have one idyllic holiday location.
There are a huge range of restaurants in the Caribbean with ranges suitable for all tastes. This is especially helpful for children and fussy eaters. If you fancy indulging in some traditional Caribbean delicacies then you certainly have a treat in store.
The sea food is especially fresh and delicious. Traditional Caribbean food is a fusion between African, Amerindian, European, East Indian and Chinese cuisine. As you can imagine the spices and the fusion of tastes are delectable, though a lot of the food may be too hot for some palates. Make sure you try some plantain, fresh fish, spicy rice or how about some jerk chicken?