The big vacations are just around the corner. There are only a few weeks left before they start. Not sure where you’re going with your family? The West Indies! This vast archipelago has something to delight you. Everyone will easily find their pleasure there.
Cuba: the city of Havana and its impressive culture
Cuba is a country in the Caribbean. The cradle of Salsa. Cuba is the meeting place for dance and jazz lovers. This island state is not only known for its culture, but also for its spectacular beaches. It is full of innumerable places to visit including its capital, Havana. It is a must-see and very famous itinerary during a stay in Cuba. Its old neighborhoods are not to be missed as well as the famous San Cristobal cathedral or the Havana revolution museum. These paradisiacal islands have magnificent beaches with translucent waters.
Guadeloupe: the island of beautiful waters in the overseas territory
Guadeloupe is an archipelago surrounded by beautiful waters, especially those of the Caribbean Sea. Shaped like a butterfly, it brings together a small slice of paradise. Enjoying continuously a temperate climate, a stay in Guadeloupe will allow you to enjoy the sun and its fine sandy beaches for a total change of scenery, on the island Grande-Terre. You will also find there an extended sugar cane field. This French department also has a national park on the island of Basse-Terre. However, the small islands of this department, such as Marie-Galante, Les Saintes, and La Désirade, also have great beaches. Although wild, they are of unequaled beauty. They are ideal for those who are looking for discretion since they are less visited. This department is full of treasures that are worth the detour. In Guadeloupe, the activities to do are endless. You have the choice between lazing around, scuba diving, hiking, surfing, or visiting the rainforest. Its landscape offers a lush decor. This is what makes its greatest charm.
Martinique: the beautiful island of the West Indies with infinite attractions
Martinique is a small Caribbean island in the overseas region. It is divided into two parts: the north has a mountainous landscape with an abundance of vegetation, and the south is rich in exotic beaches. Moreover, it is in the south of the island that you should head to for the practice of all kinds of water sports from diving to surfing. What makes it so different? It is the beauty of its contrasting landscape. And this facet of the island is part of its greatest asset. Indeed, every year, Martinique welcomes millions of tourists from all over the world.