Horseback Riding in Aruba: With fabulous coastline that you can’t see from the inside of a car, why not get out in the open air and take to the beach on a horseback riding adventure? See the beauty of Aruba and visit the famous Alto Vista Chapel - all skill levels are welcome and its fun for the whole family. Make sure to bring your camera to capture the scenic vistas!
Snorkeling With Green Turtles in Barbados: One of the highlights of visiting Barbados isn’t on shore, it’s in the water! With its warm marine temperatures, there is a friendly local population of green sea turtles that are happy to come swim around you while you snorkel with ease. While still wild and free, the turtles have been acclimated to humans through years of friendly interaction. Feed them with your guides and enjoy this amazing experience.
Jungle Cave Tubing in Belize: Known a lot more for it’s jungle, with a network of caves and rivers, than for its beaches, take advantage of Belize’s unique ecosystem with a foray into cave tubing. Let your guide lead you on an easy trek through the jungle before hopping in a comfortable tube (complete with headlamp!) so you can enjoy coasting down the river with family and friends. It’s easy for children, and guaranteed for great views and laughs as you slowly laze your way through the water.
Catamaran Sailing & Mud Baths at the Drive In Volcano in Castries: The famous Pitons are a must visit for any cruise traveller coming to St. Lucia. But regular sightseeing tours are a dime a dozen. Instead, take to the water in a luxury small group catamaran to sail around the island for some unforgettable views before going with your group into the volcano (you will literally drive into it!) and enjoying a therapeutic mud bath. Your senses will explode as you enjoy this multi-faceted and fun tour.
Explore the Fat Virgin Baths in Tortola: The British Virgin Islands has a remarkable geological rock formation on the western end of the island. Accessible only by boat, huge boulders are strewn all along the beach. Creating amazing photographic opportunities, and featuring some world class snorkeling, climbing and exploring this geological phenomenon is fun for all ages.
Jet Ski Over to Stingray City: Everyone plans a visit to Stingray City when they reach Grand Cayman - it’s the premier attraction. But why sit on a boat like everyone else when you can control the speed and drive your own jet ski! Take a tour of the island in the water and break away from the crowds as you feel the rush of the wind in your face and the refreshing spray in your hair.
Blue Hole Kayaking in Freeport: From the comfort and safety of a two person kayak come explore the famous Bahamas blue holes and its amazing marine life. You can expect to see a variety of marine life, including possibly sting rays, nurse sharks, turtles, starfish, baracuda, tarpon, bone fish, permit, sergant major, grunts, snapper, grouper, lobster and octopus. The water at the blue holes is a fantastic clear and shimmering color. Kayak over to where Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed and enjoy this unique outdoor ecotour!
Visit Little French Key & Play with Monkeys in Roatan: One of the best kept secrets of Roatan, is Little French Key. You have to take a short boat ride to get there, but from the moment you arrive its clear that you are in paradise. Relax on a white sand beach and go kayaking or snorkeling at your leisure with a guide. Enjoy a delicious fresh caught lobster lunch and drink freshly made drinks by friendly bartenders - included. Want to see some jaguars up close? You can do that, and play with the local Howler Monkeys at the immaculate zoo. Swim in the sparkling blue water and enjoy your best day ever. We guarantee it.
Kayak & Snorkel in a Mangrove Lagoon in St. Thomas: Skip the standard sightseeing tours - did you know that St. Thomas has some incredible ecotours for you to take part in? Nature guides kayak with you through the protected Inner Lagoon Marine Preserve as you pass in between the many beautiful manglar islands that are made up of red mangroves. Many birds nest in the trees, such as the endangered brown pelican, blue herons, night herons, egrets, yellow warblers, hummingbirds and many more. Juvenile fish hide among the many roots of the red mangrove trees. Arrive at the southernmost tip of St. Thomas where a fringing coral and shell rubble barrier reef divide the crystal clear waters of the lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. Snorkel a coral-fringed mangrove nursery with easy beach entry snorkel in the clear protected waters.
Fly On a Zipline & Explore a Banana Plantation in Puerto Limon: Cross the jungle like a monkey and see the lush green forest from up high as you zip on the best line in Costa Rica! Enjoy amazing views of the Caribbean Ocean and the Banano River, and admire the local nature, and inhabitants, around you. Ever wonder where your delicious bananas come from? Visit a real working banana plantation and have fun learning about the growing cycle of this golden fruit.