Castries is the capital of the island nation of St. Lucia, in the Caribbean Sea. Castries is served by George F. L. Charles Airport, also known as Vigie Airport. Passengers on longer flights arrive at Hewanorra International Airport, near Vieux-Fort. The drive between Hewanorra and Castries can take an hour and a half. Helicopter service between the airports shortens travel time.
Ferries run between Castries and Fort-de-France, Martinique. Yachts may dock in Castries, though they must clear customs first. When the customs area is full, yachts must anchor at the quarantine dock to wait; those that do not are fined. Afterward, yachts may anchor in front of Castries Town or Vigie Creek.
Druif Beach in Aruba, a long, narrow oval-shaped stretch of ivory sand, is home to the casual low-rise resorts in the Eagle Beach Aruba area
Exuma is a district of the Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands, also called cays.
The largest of the cays is Great Exuma, which is 37 mi (60 km) in length and joined to another island, Little Exuma by a small bridge. The capital and largest city in the district is George Town (population 1,437), founded 1793 and located on Great Exuma.
Exuma is in a word…exotic. The island is surrounded by those tahitian turquiose water and is known to be the Secret Celebrity Hideway.
Negril is lies at the western end of Jamaica. Known for it’s 7 miles beach and spectacular sunsets. Laid back, easy going, a great spot to vacation. Lots of all inclusives are located in Negril.
Ocho Rios located in St. Anns Parish is world famous for Dunns River. Lots of lush vegetation and mountains. Many all inclusives and adventurous activities.
Palm Beach in Aruba is a tourist division about 6 kilometers north of Oranjestad. A shopping district adjacent to the hotels was finished in 2009.
South Coast features beautiful scenery and a world unbeknownst to itself. Discover resorts plus exotic activities indigenous to the area.