Tropical beauty meets five-star service — discover the hidden gems of the Atlantic.
Bask in the sun on a pristine white sand beach. Take a catamaran excursion in Turks & Caicos. Snorkel between prehistoric boulders, or visit the only rainforest in the world with a U.S. National Forest designation. Refresh your soul with a luxury cruise in the Eastern Caribbean.
The Eastern Caribbean islands are world famous for their sparkling white sand beaches and graceful palms bending to and fro in the breeze — but the coastline is only the beginning of the visual feast these islands offer.
Technicolor schools of fish flit through Cane Bay, while huge volcanic boulders and cave systems dot the coastline of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands. In Dominica, the Morne Trois Pitons National Park boasts some of the most diverse flora and fauna in the Caribbean — not to mention a hiking trail through a forest in the clouds.
The beauty and unrivaled culture of the Eastern Caribbean are never more pleasurable than when coupled with a luxury cruise. Breathtaking views are unceasing, whether you are relaxing on the deck on the way to your next port or strolling through the streets of St. Lucia.
While the Western Caribbean is known for water sports, beaches, and outdoor activities, the Eastern islands are known for their history, tailored excursions, and shopping. With 32 inhabited islands, the Eastern Caribbean is bursting with a colorful variety of cultures and cuisines. French, Dutch, East Indian, English, and African peoples brought their own recipes and traditions that have melded the islands into a gorgeous amalgam of architectural and culinary delights.
Our Eastern Caribbean cruise options allow you to visit and sample some of the most incredible food and activities in the world. Try East Indian roti in Tortola, flavorful sweet potato ducana in Antigua, or French-inspired barbecue in St. Maarten. Chocolate lovers in particular will want to visit Grenada, where you can learn to make your own chocolate the traditional way.
Once your appetite has been sated, fulfill your other senses by hiking in the Piton Mountains near St. Lucia or snorkeling in the bays around St. Maarten. Avid bird watchers will be happy to try and spot the more than 300 species of birds native to the island chain, including the smallest bird on earth, the zunzuncito.