Diminutive Grand Turk may be the administrative capital and seat of government for the Turks and Caicos Islands, but don’t let that deceive you – a visit to this low-lying beach-fringed island is like stepping back in time. With a 20 mph speed limit, donkeys and horses that roam freely, and colonial architecture lining the streets, it offers a glimpse of the Caribbean of times gone by.
Freshly caught fish, masterfully prepared and discreetly delivered, only steps from the ocean – that’s an experience to be savoured, at home or away. We’ve scoured the region to find the finest seafood restaurants all of which are bound to set your taste buds tingling
Having enthusiastically embraced the use of local, sustainable ingredients, the region's top chefs are now scaling new heights of culinary creativity, artistic presentation and superb settings. These are some of the Caribbean's most acclaimed chefs.
A memorable gastronomic experience is about much more than the food on one’s plate. It’s the full package - exceptional venue, ambiance, service and innovative culinary creations - that make some restaurants worth travelling for.
A fantasyland of palm-fringed beaches and endless activities, Vieques enchants with unspoilt appeal.
Blessed with the majestic Pitons Mountains and finger-licking delicious food, this strikingly beautiful island charms with its curious blend of sophistication and laid back cool.
havana A land of colourful contradictions, visiting Havana is like stepping back in time.La Habana Vieja is a World Heritage site and full of gems that are best appreciated up close and personal. DO a guided city tour, cigar factory tour or walk the city at random. Efforts both main street and off-the-beaten- path will be rewarded when you see salsa dancers gliding across cobblestones, catch kids playing a soccer match in the street, or stumble across bespoke perfumery, La Habana 1791.