For anyone planning a trip to the Caribbean, whether that’s a stand-alone vacation, an island-hopping cruise or a mix of both, in this post, I share 10 things you may not already know about this tropical region. Read on to see if you knew them…plus find answers to questions and a couple of extra tidbits at the end.
You’ve booked (or you’re thinking of booking) a Caribbean Cruise on board Norwegian’s Viva for Christmas 2023. You know you’ll be visiting 7 beautiful islands in the Eastern Caribbean—Puerto Rico (where your cruise starts and ends), Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, Antigua, Saint Lucia, Barbados, St. Maarten, and St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. Now you’re wondering which shore excursions to pick for when the cruise ship arrives at each port of call. Below I share two shore excursions for each island you’ll visit to ensure you satisfy your thirst for adventure and get a taste of each island.
If you’re planning a trip to Costa Rica, whether you’re travelling solo, vacationing with your partner or touring the country with a group, here are a few general travel tips, that will be useful before and during your trip. I also share some safety tips for solo females as well as all travellers to Costa Rica.
Travelling sustainably in the Caribbean doesn’t only mean staying in environmentally friendly accommodation. Even if you stay at an all-inclusive resort or spend a week on an ocean cruise, there are several things you can do to ensure you travel as sustainably as possible in the Caribbean. From immersing yourself in the culture and eating locally, to purchasing locally made goods and learning the lingo, aim to leave a positive impact on the people, community and environment. Here are just a few things you can do to travel sustainably in the Caribbean.
Beautiful Caribbean Island Beaches Where you can receive a dose of much needed Vitamin Sea!We all need some Vitamin Sea sometimes. So if you're craving some, here I share 12 beautiful Caribbean Island Beaches where you can receive your dose of much needed Vitamin Sea...
The beaches and bays of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) archipelago are ideal for solo entrepreneurs looking to unwind and relax from the hastles and stresses of running their own business. One of the safest destinations in the Caribbean (they don’t even have locks on doors), BVI is an ideal destination for Solo Female Travellers. With 60 islands and cays and an abundance of beaches and bays to choose from, you’ll be sure to find a secluded spot to relax and rejuvenate.