Road & Travel Magazine - Adventure Travel  Channel

Travel Channel
Adventure Travel
Advice & Tips
Airline Rules
Bed & Breakfasts
Climate Countdown
Cruises & Tours
Destination Reviews
Earth Tones
Family Travel Tips
Health Trip
Hotels & Resorts
Luxury Travel
Pet Travel
RV & Camping
Safety & Security
Spa Reviews
Train Vacations
World Travel Directory

Automotive Channel
Auto Advice & Tips
Auto Buyer's Guides
Car Care Maintenance
Climate News & Views
Auto Awards Archive
Insurance & Accidents
Legends & Leaders
New Car Reviews
Planet Driven
Road Humor
Road Trips
RV & Camping
Safety & Security
Teens & Tots Tips
Tire Buying Tips
Used Car Buying
Vehicle Model Guide

• • • • •
• • • •
H O T E L S   &   R E S O R T S
Island resort

From the Indians who inhabited the island to the waves of early Europeans and mainland traders, the adventure of exploring the islands of the Caribbean archipelago has fulfilled the curiosity and need for variety of many the traveller over time – and still does today!

Even for residents of the Caribbean - often very familiar with places in Europe and North America - their neighbour islands have provided an unexpected exciting and economical vacation alternative.


Anthony's Key Resort

Honduras, Caribbean: Anthony's Key Resort
Everything in Honduras is slow, slow as I've never experienced. Heat leeches muscle fiber, skeletal strength and all ambition. Coral sand grits under my bare feet, after the espadrilles unlace. Even the lightning pulses long and lazy on the ocean's horizon. [Read Review]

Turks & Caicos
Ocean Club Resort

"There I was, just snorkeling along and watching all of the underwater color,” a young mom named Sherra began excitedly sharing her aquatic adventure. “My son was right behind me, swimming along. All of a sudden, right in front of us, was a barracuda, staring at us, his mouth wide open, just a mouthful of teeth.” [Read our Review]

Altamer Resort

Stay in a private, secluded villa that is like a home away from home, except on a more grandiose scale, the Altamer Resort on the English-leaning Caribbean island of Anguilla. The African Sapphire Villa is ideal for those who are vacationing with friends, one or two families, or other larger groups, and who are looking for spacious, un-crowded accommodations. [Read our Review]

Anse Chastanet
Anse Chastanet
If you yearn to see what the island offers, you'll not be disappointed. Anse Chastanet is located near Soufriere (pronounced Soo-Fray), and there are excursions to an active volcano and the Diamond Mineral Baths, as well as the opportunity to hike a portion of The Pitons, twin volcanic peaks that are the most recognizable landmark on St. Lucia. [Read our Review]

C A R I B B E A N  T R A V E L   P L A N N E R