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FOCUS ON: DAY TRIPPING EXPLORE


There’s plenty of scope to nip to other islands on day trips by plane or ferry. From Barbados, fly to St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the day or fly


to Anguilla; take a boat ride from Anguilla to St. Martin/St. Maarten; a helicopter trip from Antigua to the tiny emerald isle of Montserrat; or a ferry from Antigua to its sister isle, Barbuda.Alternatively, savour a taste of Central and South America by popping across to Belize, Guyana or Venezuela.


FOCUS ON: SAILING SET SAIL


With so much glorious open sea it’s only natural to take to these waters to get around. Boats of all shapes and sizes can be chartered from a few hours


to a few weeks and rental locations are scattered throughout the region. Island groups such as The Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe and the Grenadines are particularly renowned for their excellent conditions, as is Antigua.


FOCUS ON: HITCHING A RIDE LOCAL LIFE


Ferries criss-cross the Caribbean and offer a relaxing and scenic way to soak up the views


and get an evocative taste of local life. They tend to be concentrated in areas where islands are clustered close together, such as the British and US Virgin Islands, the Grenadines and The Bahamas – where, for a more intrepid experience, you can also hop aboard its mail boat services from Nassau to the Out Islands.


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