One of the lesser known islands of the Caribbean, St Kitts remains largely unspoilt. It’s also the only place in the world where the rainforest is actually increasing in size. And, with palm-fringed sandy beaches, historic monuments (including the UNESCO World Heritage Site Brimstone Hill Fortress), zip-lining, water sports and a scenic rail journey around the island, there’s plenty to see and do on this beautiful little island.
Beautiful beaches, glorious weather and a fabulous food scene are just some of the attractions of the wonderful Caribbean island of Aruba, just off the coast of Venezuela. If your idea of a perfect holiday is baking in the sun by the sea all day and dining out on great seafood in the evening, then this is the perfect Caribbean island for you. However, if you like being more active and getting out and about exploring, you’ll also find Aruba is a perfect fit.read more
The food in Aruba caught me a little by surprise. It wasn't simply good, it was superb, with a wide range of cultural influences. I was lucky enough to be there in October when the island celebrates 'Eat Local Aruba Restaurant Month' and many places had additional...read more
From the colours of the sea to the colourful cocktails, the bright green iguanas and the pretty pastel buildings, I loved exploring Aruba.read more
The flavours of the Caribbean… coconut, spices, rum, sumptuous fresh fish and seafood… my guide to finding the best food and drink on St Kitts.read more
The first in my new YouTube series, The World in 60 seconds, features a 60 second video of the stunning Caribbean island of St Kitts.read more
On the island of St Kitts rum punch flows as freely as the tides, the Caribbean sea meets the Atlantic Ocean and people greet you with a warm, laid back welcome. This is the authentic Caribbean. And I’ve just come back from an exciting week there, zip lining over the jungle, kayaking, snorkelling and exploring the only rainforest on earth that is actually expanding. Here are our Instagram highlights from a fabulous week in the West Indian sunshine.read more