A Caribbean vacation is one you can not going to forget soon. There are 7000 hotels, motels and resorts in the Caribbean Islands. The Caribbean Sea is located South East of US and Mexico and North of South America. Here, tourists have options to explore white sand beaches, coral reefs and more. There are a number of islands in the Caribbean and each of them more beautiful than the other, and thus, one has to give much thought to what they are going to pick for their vacation.
There’s a great variation of ecosystem here in the Caribbean- from cactus deserts to rain forests. Vacationers arrive at the islands to appreciate the atmosphere, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and the much sought after warm weather. Tourists can enjoy different sports like golf, deep sea fishing, polo, cricket, auto racing, and soccer etc. Travelling to Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico or the Dominican Republic is also what travelers resort to.
As tourists want to make the most to enjoy their vacation in this paradise island, the hotels and resorts help them in doing so. There are several all inclusive resorts where one can avail pretty amazing rates and discounts on foods and services and other activities, if it falls within the range of the said hotel. Resorts are like small cities where they provide goods and services to tourists. Some resorts also provide child care facilities.
The season always changes in the Caribbean islands. The natives divide the season into- holidays, off-season, shoulder season and hurricane seasons. The room rents change in accordance to the seasons so one must gather as much information as one can before checking into a hotel or a resort. Tropical climate is the highlight of the area with varying rainfall. ‘Wet’ and ‘dry’ are the main seasons – the last six months of the year being wetter.
Author Bio: John Anderson is an ardent outdoor enthusiast who has a special interest in fishing adventure. He hails from Australia and has travelled almost all the wonderful places in the country and abroad for one of kind experiences. He is also a proficient author of several outdoor articles on travel with a bias towards boating and fishing.