Caribbean Guide

Hola Amigos! This is the Caribbean, with over 7,000 islands scattered throughout the Caribbean Sea, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Each island has its own unique charm and flavor.
This sun-soaked region is home to some of the world’s most stunning beaches, relaxing vibes and delicious meals.

Things to Expect

Overview : Caribbean

Health, Weather and Safety Tips: The Caribbean is known for warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine year-round, and with that comes some health concerns. Make sure to pack lots of sunscreen, insect repellent, and any necessary medications for illnesses such as malaria or dengue fever.

 

Stay hydrated and take breaks in the shade to avoid heat exhaustion. It’s also important to check for any travel warnings, especially during hurricane season.

 

Popular Destinations:

The Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados, and the Dominican Republic are all popular among tourists. Each island has its own unique culture, cuisine, and attractions. The Bahamas, for example, is known for the beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, while Jamaica offers a blend of music, food, and history.

 

Barbados is famous for its rum and colonial architecture, and the Dominican Republic is a popular destination for eco-tourism and adventure sports.

 

List of Covered Countries: Our travel and health insurance coverage applies to all countries in the Caribbean, including Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, excluding Cuba.

 

Costs, Currency, and Money Tips:

Many countries in the Caribbean use the Eastern Caribbean dollar, while others such as the Bahamas and Jamaica use their own currency.

 

The Caribbean can be an expensive destination, but there are ways to save money without compromising on your experience. If you’re on budget, consider visiting during the off-season when prices are generally lower, staying at locally owned guesthouses or vacation rentals can often be more affordable than larger resorts.

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