The Caribbeani: 600 nautic miles of islands for your need
Martinica is an island in the Lesser Antilles, located in the Caribbean Sea between the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator, an ideal starting point towards the Caribbean islands and uncontaminated coral reefs in the south. Unmissable the visit to the capital city and the Carriacau islands, Petite Martinique and the little islets of white sand surrounded by corals, before set sail toward the Tobago Cays. Sailing guided by the Alyseus, boarding in selected sailing boats and catamarans, we will discover the uncontaminated nature respecting the natural landscape here.
The Caribbean are a dream that becomes reality: this heaven is waiting for you to make you feel unique experiences between crystal-clear sea, sun, exotic beaches and relax! The tropical islands in the Caribbean are grouped together in three archipelagos: Greater Antilles with the biggest one Cuba, the Lesser Antilles creating the oriental half of the insular area and the coral shaped Bahamas Islands, in the north east area of the Greater Antilles. Here it is possible to practise numerous sport activities like scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, surf and windsurf, kayak, fishing, golf and birdwatching, admiring a lot of exotic animals and breath-taking landscapes. The Caribbean cities are alive, full of music and heady perfumes; music and dance are the main elements of the popular culture of the Caribbean, let yourself be immersed in the music and Latin dances. In this journey between the hundred tastes of the Caribbean cuisine, mixed with indigenous, Africans, Creoles, European, Cajun and Asiatic. Set sail with BeBlue to the discover of hidden treasures in the pirates’ most loved islands.
San Blas archipelago are a group of over 400 islands of the Caribbean and totally immersed in the Caribbean Sea. Here you will enjoy some relax or practise snorkelling between the crystal-clear water. El Polvenir is the capital city of San Blas, a touristic village where it is possible to get in touch with the local culture in the Kuna’s museum. Cartì Suitupo is divided in marvellous beaches made of white sand and surrounded by luxuriant flora and a typical little village where the local inhabitants practise fishing. Green Island is a little islet surrounded by crystal-clear water, covered by green palms, where it is possible to enjoy a rest completely alone.
Cayo Limon is a protected bay characterised by white sand banks and coral reefs; isla del Diablo is also part of this amazing archipelago and a well-known destination for snorkelling lovers.
For nature and snorkelling lovers, the unmissable stop is the Isla Perro, in front of a very famous shipwreck populated by marine fauna and if you will be lucky, you could have the opportunity to experience the marvellous view of the bioluminescence of the sea bottom. Cayos Holandeses, an archipelago of 20 islands and only 3 are inhabited by little hamlets, are a famous heaven made by white sand and palms. Kuanidup is an ideal destination for nature and adventure lovers, a marvellous island where to venture between green palms, turquoise water, luxuriant flora everywhere.
Martinique is an island of the Lesser Antilles and characterised by an alternation of landscapes to discover: the unmissable Caribbean white or dark beaches, the sleeping volcano Pelee, the little capital city of Fort de France, touristic and commercial harbour and also little colourful hamlets inhabited by fishermen, crystal-clear sea bottoms where to practise snorkelling, caves, National Reservations and typical plantations all around the island.
The St. Lucia Vulcanic island is a true heaven for nature lovers, full of fishermen’s villages, architectonical buildings, natural coastline, Piton’s bay full of high rocks, waterfalls and walks around the jungle.
Belize is composed by local culture, ancient archaeological sites where to explore tombs and Maya pyramids, luxuriant flora that grows all around the island, everything immersed in the jungle. There are a lot of natural sites devoted to the preservation of the local flora and fauna, trying to attract only and eco-friendly tourism. Coral reefs, islets populated by colourful birds, jagged bays where to practice snorkelling or just enjoy a walk around the little hamlets or crossing the ancient ruins. The Guadeloupe archipelago is composed by 8 islands characterised by the crystal-clear water, white and desert beaches and a luxuriant vegetation that surrounds the island. For trekking lovers, it is suggested to organise an excursion to the Guadalupe National Reservation (UNESCO site), totally immersed in the tropical forest, a dive into the waterfalls and the volcano climbing. For sea lovers, there are snorkelling tours to discover the coral reefs around the archipelago, in particular in the marine Reservations. Beaches and green promontories are the best spots for the ones who chose Guadeloupe to relax, maybe with little walks to discover the hinterland.