The Caribbean remains perennially popular and an iconic luxury cruise destination, a holiday paradise.

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Luxury Caribbean Cruises

Sit back and relax while on a luxury Caribbean cruise and enjoy the enviable climate, enticing food and colourful local culture that makes this region such a popular and reoccurring cruise choice for so many people.

With thousands of Caribbean islands to choose from, it's often impossible to decide where to go on a luxury Caribbean cruise. Each, after all, has a character, history, people and culture all of its own. That's why a cruise is so perfectly suited to Caribbean waters.

When to go:

The best time for a Caribbean cruise is during the winter months, between November and April, when the humidity is lower and the hurricane season is over.

Unpack just the once and be carried from one dreamy white beach to another, from limpid blue waters to chirruping rainforests and from plantation houses to worn cricket wickets. 

Those sailing in search of picture-perfect beaches could look for a cruise that docks in Antigua - the 'Heart of the Caribbean' has a powder-white beach for every day of the year. Budding buccaneers should consider a cruise to St Vincent and the Grenadines, which were chosen by Disney as the set location for much of the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean.

For colonial history, the walled old city of Puerto Rico is like stepping back in time, and the original capital of Bermuda, St George's, has earned itself World Heritage status. Barbados and Mustique appeal to the jetset crowd, while the untouched rainforests and magnificent waterfalls of Dominica and Grenada answer the call of the eco-adventurer. Then there are St Lucia and St Maarten, St Barts and St Kitts, Jamaica and Grenada, the British and the US Virgin Islands, the Caymans and so many more….