A Caribbean island hopping holiday is perfect for those who don’t wish to limit themselves to just one destination or simply can’t decide where to go!
Known for its tropical weather and stunning beaches, the Caribbean is a diverse region offering a multitude of holiday experiences, from beach breaks and spa retreats to active getaways and sailing trips. Each of the island nations has a unique character, landscape and culture plus a fantastic choice of places to stay - hop between the islands to experience this diversity and get the most out of your time away. The Tropic Breeze team has vast experience and knowledge of the Caribbean, allowing us to create bespoke island hopping packages that are tailor-made according to your requirements.
There really are so many different possibilities for a multi-centre holiday in the Caribbean - get away from it all at a secluded beach resort then head to a lively island with fabulous restaurants and a vibrant nightlife; spend a few days at a waterfront boutique hotel before setting sail on a private yacht; be at one with nature at a hotel amid the rainforest then make the most of the facilities at a more active resort; or get out and about to discover the Caribbean culture before relaxing at a private island resort...the choice is yours! For those who are happy to travel to more than two destinations, you can experience a range of landscapes and cultures by spending a few days on several different islands.
The popular islands of Barbados, Antigua and St Lucia are great starting points as all three have plenty to offer visitors and act as a gateway to other destinations throughout the Caribbean. Island chains such as the Grenadines and the British Virgin Islands are also great for island hopping holidays, promising great variation even within a relatively small area. The former is a beautiful archipelago consisting of larger islands such as Bequia and Canouan, private islands including exclusive Mustique and numerous uninhabited islands and cays. Ferries and speedboats move between the islands, plus many of the inhabited islands have small airports which make transport relatively straightforward.