Islands by Mood

Islandmoods help you find the right destination

Our selection of the islands by mood (islandmoods). This is not an exhaustive list of all the activities and categories and moods  of each island. It represents our opinion of the top Islandsmoods that best describe the outstanding features of the listed island. Travelers, vacations, and all interested in visiting these select Caribbean islands can see at a glance which islands fall into their personal preference. From bird watching to escaping and lazing on the beach, you can now just choose your personal Caribbean island Experience.

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The Bird Watching IslandMoods

islandmoods- Experience Bird Watching a popular islandmoods and ecxperences

Green Heron Barbados. Islands that have some of the best birdwatching, including tours and sanctuaries for birds. If you are in the mood for spotting birds this is the  Island mood for you. Islandsmoods give you a list of islands by category and mood.

  • Montserrat: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Montserrat is a small island in the Caribbean Sea, located south of Antigua and north of Martinique. The island is volcanic in origin and its highest point is the Soufriere Hills volcano, which last erupted in 1997. Approximately two-thirds of the island’s residents fled Montserrat after the eruption, and the island’s population is now about ...
  • Trinidad and Tobago: The Islands Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago Cosmopolitan Caribbean Culture: The islands have a unique charm and a fast pace of living that is infectious. The Bustling Port of Spain is a hive of activity – a visit to Frederick Street with its many quaint shops and wayside vendors is a great experience. A trip to ...
  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...
  • Nevis: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Nevis A place of unspoilt beauty, perfect for getting away from the stress and strains of modern life. Small and serene, it is full of historical interest—birthplace of Alexander Hamilton who helped to draft the US constitution. Charlestown the capital retains much of its original character. Nevis is truly an island where nature reigns and ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Guide to Anquilla: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide to Anguilla In this Rogues Guide to Anquilla we explore ideas for culture and attractions vacation in this tropical paradise. It comes packaged with stunning beaches, in a small island that offers total relaxation for those who seek it and activities for singles, families, groups and honeymooners.  Relax on the beaches or enjoy the ...

IslandMoods- Escape to Tranquility

islandmoods escape totranquility

  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • 9 Best Routes For Hiking In Montserrat
    The colonial ties, picturesque beaches and fantastic rainforests in Montserrat make it a hiker’s heaven. You’ll be able to see views of the ocean, take snapshots of the volcano and spot the tropical bird, reptile and bat species common in the sections of rainforest. The island is also steeped in history, perfect for a guided hike ...
  • Montserrat: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Montserrat is a small island in the Caribbean Sea, located south of Antigua and north of Martinique. The island is volcanic in origin and its highest point is the Soufriere Hills volcano, which last erupted in 1997. Approximately two-thirds of the island’s residents fled Montserrat after the eruption, and the island’s population is now about ...
  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Dominica: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Dominica Eco tourism reigns in this mountainous island and for those with adventure in mind it is perfect. It has been called the Nature Island of the Caribbean and with its many rivers and unspoilt beauty, there are many activities such as hiking, exploring the nature trails, whale watching, exploring the natural beauty of ...

Island Hiking Moods
hiking strolling walking

  • 9 Best Routes For Hiking In Montserrat
    The colonial ties, picturesque beaches and fantastic rainforests in Montserrat make it a hiker’s heaven. You’ll be able to see views of the ocean, take snapshots of the volcano and spot the tropical bird, reptile and bat species common in the sections of rainforest. The island is also steeped in history, perfect for a guided hike ...
  • St Vincent & The Grenadines: The Island Culture And Attractions
    St Vincent and The Grenadines offer a variety of experiences for the traveller—hiking, nature trails, and expeditions to many of the beautiful unspoiled areas, diving, beaches, and, if time permits, a visit to the neighbouring Grenadine islands is well worthwhile. For the less adventurous, the capital of Kingstown with its famous Botanic Gardens as well ...
  • Montserrat: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Montserrat is a small island in the Caribbean Sea, located south of Antigua and north of Martinique. The island is volcanic in origin and its highest point is the Soufriere Hills volcano, which last erupted in 1997. Approximately two-thirds of the island’s residents fled Montserrat after the eruption, and the island’s population is now about ...

Nature Moods

nature Garden and ropical wildlernes

  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • St Vincent & The Grenadines: The Island Culture And Attractions
    St Vincent and The Grenadines offer a variety of experiences for the traveller—hiking, nature trails, and expeditions to many of the beautiful unspoiled areas, diving, beaches, and, if time permits, a visit to the neighbouring Grenadine islands is well worthwhile. For the less adventurous, the capital of Kingstown with its famous Botanic Gardens as well ...
  • Montserrat: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Montserrat is a small island in the Caribbean Sea, located south of Antigua and north of Martinique. The island is volcanic in origin and its highest point is the Soufriere Hills volcano, which last erupted in 1997. Approximately two-thirds of the island’s residents fled Montserrat after the eruption, and the island’s population is now about ...
  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...
  • St. Kitts: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Kitts In the centre of the island stands a dormant volcano covered with vegetation which dominates the landscape. St. Kitts has an unspoilt atmosphere, and provides a relaxing get away. Beautiful beaches, tropical forest areas perfect for nature trails are among the attractions. Basseterre, the capital boasts many beautifully preserved colonial structures. Historic sites ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Antigua The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
      Introduction To Antigua 365 beautiful beaches in Antigua (one for each day of the year) will give you an indication of the popularity of this island for a vacation. Swimming with the dolphins, scuba diving, sailing—these are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed. The world famous English Harbor and Nelson’s Dockyard are of ...
  • Dominica: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Dominica Eco tourism reigns in this mountainous island and for those with adventure in mind it is perfect. It has been called the Nature Island of the Caribbean and with its many rivers and unspoilt beauty, there are many activities such as hiking, exploring the nature trails, whale watching, exploring the natural beauty of ...
  • Guide to Anquilla: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide to Anguilla In this Rogues Guide to Anquilla we explore ideas for culture and attractions vacation in this tropical paradise. It comes packaged with stunning beaches, in a small island that offers total relaxation for those who seek it and activities for singles, families, groups and honeymooners.  Relax on the beaches or enjoy the ...

Caribbean Business
professional business services available

  • Trinidad and Tobago: The Islands Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago Cosmopolitan Caribbean Culture: The islands have a unique charm and a fast pace of living that is infectious. The Bustling Port of Spain is a hive of activity – a visit to Frederick Street with its many quaint shops and wayside vendors is a great experience. A trip to ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Antigua The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
      Introduction To Antigua 365 beautiful beaches in Antigua (one for each day of the year) will give you an indication of the popularity of this island for a vacation. Swimming with the dolphins, scuba diving, sailing—these are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed. The world famous English Harbor and Nelson’s Dockyard are of ...

Explore Culture & Lifestyles
fishing viilage

  • An Island Stands Apart in People & Geology
    Barbados: An Island Stands Apart. This is true in a geographical and geological sense as we will soon explore. It is also true in human terms. The island is different in its history, heritage, and people. Unique People, Culture and Character There is a reason why visitors return to Barbados again and again. Over 40% of visitors ...
  • Writing the Real Story of Barbados
    The Real Story of Barbados started as a set of essays on the characters I met over the years spent building the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia. As I processed the stories, I kept asking myself how are these ordinary and extraordinary Barbados people so full of life, open and friendly, given their history. I intended to write ...
  • What Does Rogue Mean: A Historical Respective
    The Real Story Of Barbados What is a Rogue – A Rogue By Name and Nature Rogues in Paradise, the Real Story of Barbados, uses the word Rogues in its most positive sense. The English dictionaries are not so generous, and most define a rouge as one who misbehaves. They use more critical words like abnormal, dangerous, ...
  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • Best Places To Eat Out In Brades Montserrat
    When you’re on vacation, one of the most important things is to enjoy eating. It’s a time when you can get away from everyday life and don’t have the responsibility of buying in or cooking your own food for a change. To ensure you make the most of your time away, it’s a great idea ...
  • St. Maarten: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Maarten St. Maarten cultural attractions are divided between the French and the Dutch. Each section retains its uniqueness, there is a marvelous harmony between the two. The French side offer great shopping, excellent cuisine and secluded beaches – a Gaelic experience. The Dutch side is more informal and is a busy cruise port and ...
  • St. Kitts: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Kitts In the centre of the island stands a dormant volcano covered with vegetation which dominates the landscape. St. Kitts has an unspoilt atmosphere, and provides a relaxing get away. Beautiful beaches, tropical forest areas perfect for nature trails are among the attractions. Basseterre, the capital boasts many beautifully preserved colonial structures. Historic sites ...
  • Nevis: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Nevis A place of unspoilt beauty, perfect for getting away from the stress and strains of modern life. Small and serene, it is full of historical interest—birthplace of Alexander Hamilton who helped to draft the US constitution. Charlestown the capital retains much of its original character. Nevis is truly an island where nature reigns and ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...

Time with the Family
family moods

  • 10 Best Resorts In Barbados
    Barbados is renowned for its glorious sandy beaches and crashing surfer waves. It has a year-round mild to hot climate making it the ideal place for holidaymakers. The 34 x 23-kilometer-wide island in the easternmost section of the Caribbean is known for its chilled lifestyle, fantastic dining experiences and unique attractions. For a relaxing beach stay, ...
  • Top 7 Best Places To Stay In Barbados
    Barbados has something for everyone. From its notorious sandy beaches, excellent coral scuba opportunities and relaxing spa resorts, to its high-top crag hiking, beautiful botanical gardens and exciting sporting activities. Here are the 7 best places to stay in Barbados to make the most out of your vacation. 1. St. Philip Located on the southeast portion of the ...
  • Friendship Rose Sailing the Grenadines
    Sailing on the Old Time Schooner Ian Clayton Author Rogues in Paradise. August 2007 – update 2022 © AXSES 2022 Friendship Rose Sailing the Grenadines is a firsthand account of a sailing trip to the Tobacco cays in the Grenadines. She Creeks and Rolls Over the Waves The Friendship Rose, Caribbean Sailing Schooner, creeks as she rolls over the waves. ...
  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • 8 Amazing Things To Do In Montserrat
    As a destination, Montserrat offers a range of fascinating and awe-inspiring scenery from the lush green peaks of the Northern side of the island to deserted and blackened settlements on the southern side, leftover from the volcanic eruptions in 1995. The Island offers something for everyone, with police escorted tours to even the most deserted areas ...
  • Best Places To Eat Out In Brades Montserrat
    When you’re on vacation, one of the most important things is to enjoy eating. It’s a time when you can get away from everyday life and don’t have the responsibility of buying in or cooking your own food for a change. To ensure you make the most of your time away, it’s a great idea ...
  • Nevis: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Nevis A place of unspoilt beauty, perfect for getting away from the stress and strains of modern life. Small and serene, it is full of historical interest—birthplace of Alexander Hamilton who helped to draft the US constitution. Charlestown the capital retains much of its original character. Nevis is truly an island where nature reigns and ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Antigua The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
      Introduction To Antigua 365 beautiful beaches in Antigua (one for each day of the year) will give you an indication of the popularity of this island for a vacation. Swimming with the dolphins, scuba diving, sailing—these are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed. The world famous English Harbor and Nelson’s Dockyard are of ...

The Gourmet Experience
gourmet table at ocean edge

  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Tortola: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide –  Tortola History Culture & Attractions In a remote place, where the Atlantic meets the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, there is an archipelago of about 50 islands, cays, rock formations, and islets, called the British Virgin Islands. THis Rogues Guide is an overview of Tortola History, Culture & Attractions. After Hurricane Irma in 2017 ...
  • St. Maarten: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Maarten St. Maarten cultural attractions are divided between the French and the Dutch. Each section retains its uniqueness, there is a marvelous harmony between the two. The French side offer great shopping, excellent cuisine and secluded beaches – a Gaelic experience. The Dutch side is more informal and is a busy cruise port and ...
  • Grenada: The Island – Its History Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Grenada The Isle of Spice, as it is called, is famous for its nutmeg, mace and bountiful fruit, herbs and spices, all part of the unique Grenada culture and attractions and the grenada experience. Famous for its wonderful beaches such as Grande Anse and the sheer beauty of the mountains, Grenada is perfect for ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Dominica: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Dominica Eco tourism reigns in this mountainous island and for those with adventure in mind it is perfect. It has been called the Nature Island of the Caribbean and with its many rivers and unspoilt beauty, there are many activities such as hiking, exploring the nature trails, whale watching, exploring the natural beauty of ...

Health & Welness IslandMoods
health and wellness

  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...
  • Grenada: The Island – Its History Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Grenada The Isle of Spice, as it is called, is famous for its nutmeg, mace and bountiful fruit, herbs and spices, all part of the unique Grenada culture and attractions and the grenada experience. Famous for its wonderful beaches such as Grande Anse and the sheer beauty of the mountains, Grenada is perfect for ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Dominica: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Dominica Eco tourism reigns in this mountainous island and for those with adventure in mind it is perfect. It has been called the Nature Island of the Caribbean and with its many rivers and unspoilt beauty, there are many activities such as hiking, exploring the nature trails, whale watching, exploring the natural beauty of ...

Race Horses
hisland orse racing

  • Trinidad and Tobago: The Islands Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago Cosmopolitan Caribbean Culture: The islands have a unique charm and a fast pace of living that is infectious. The Bustling Port of Spain is a hive of activity – a visit to Frederick Street with its many quaint shops and wayside vendors is a great experience. A trip to ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...

Party IslandMoods
party mood vujaday

  • 8 Amazing Things To Do In Montserrat
    As a destination, Montserrat offers a range of fascinating and awe-inspiring scenery from the lush green peaks of the Northern side of the island to deserted and blackened settlements on the southern side, leftover from the volcanic eruptions in 1995. The Island offers something for everyone, with police escorted tours to even the most deserted areas ...
  • Best Places To Eat Out In Brades Montserrat
    When you’re on vacation, one of the most important things is to enjoy eating. It’s a time when you can get away from everyday life and don’t have the responsibility of buying in or cooking your own food for a change. To ensure you make the most of your time away, it’s a great idea ...
  • Trinidad and Tobago: The Islands Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago Cosmopolitan Caribbean Culture: The islands have a unique charm and a fast pace of living that is infectious. The Bustling Port of Spain is a hive of activity – a visit to Frederick Street with its many quaint shops and wayside vendors is a great experience. A trip to ...
  • St. Thomas: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide to History of St. Thomas The Rogues Guide to St. Thomas Culture and Attractions starts with history: As a member of the U.S. Virgin Islands St. Thomas has an interesting history. First occupied by Taino Indians from South America it was visited by Columbus in 1493. The Virgin Islands were named after St. Ursula ...
  • St. Maarten: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Maarten St. Maarten cultural attractions are divided between the French and the Dutch. Each section retains its uniqueness, there is a marvelous harmony between the two. The French side offer great shopping, excellent cuisine and secluded beaches – a Gaelic experience. The Dutch side is more informal and is a busy cruise port and ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...

Sailing
sailing holidays

  • Grenada Vintage Memories – Terminated Schooner
    Rogues in Paradise Author, Ian R. Clayton, recalls his Grenada Vintage Memories. Early in my career in Tourism, I embarked on an adventure to hitchhike through the islands of the Caribbean. We planned a trip that would go with the wind—no fixed timetable or destination. We would sail on mailboats, private yachts, and the vintage wooden ...
  • Friendship Rose Sailing the Grenadines
    Sailing on the Old Time Schooner Ian Clayton Author Rogues in Paradise. August 2007 – update 2022 © AXSES 2022 Friendship Rose Sailing the Grenadines is a firsthand account of a sailing trip to the Tobacco cays in the Grenadines. She Creeks and Rolls Over the Waves The Friendship Rose, Caribbean Sailing Schooner, creeks as she rolls over the waves. ...
  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • Tortola: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide –  Tortola History Culture & Attractions In a remote place, where the Atlantic meets the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, there is an archipelago of about 50 islands, cays, rock formations, and islets, called the British Virgin Islands. THis Rogues Guide is an overview of Tortola History, Culture & Attractions. After Hurricane Irma in 2017 ...
  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...

Scuba/Snoekeling
scuba snokeling with turtles

  • 7 Best Barbados Snorkeling Locations
    Barbados is infamous for its glorious, soft, sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. The weather is warm all year round and the coral reef sits close enough to the shore to bring in a wealth of tropical fish and other wildlife. It’s an amazing holiday destination, with the island offering something for all types of people including ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • St Vincent & The Grenadines: The Island Culture And Attractions
    St Vincent and The Grenadines offer a variety of experiences for the traveller—hiking, nature trails, and expeditions to many of the beautiful unspoiled areas, diving, beaches, and, if time permits, a visit to the neighbouring Grenadine islands is well worthwhile. For the less adventurous, the capital of Kingstown with its famous Botanic Gardens as well ...
  • St. Croix: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Croix Largest of the US Virgin Islands (82 sq. miles) offers a variety of activities. Christiansted and Fredriksted are the two main towns and must be seen, each with its own distinctive style. Shopping is excellent and there are many places of interest to visit. Tours can be arranged to a rum factory, Botanic ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • Guide to Anquilla: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide to Anguilla In this Rogues Guide to Anquilla we explore ideas for culture and attractions vacation in this tropical paradise. It comes packaged with stunning beaches, in a small island that offers total relaxation for those who seek it and activities for singles, families, groups and honeymooners.  Relax on the beaches or enjoy the ...

Submarine
atlantissubmarines

  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...

Sightseeing
fishing boated pulled up on beach

  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • 7 Beautiful Montserrat Beaches – Overview
    Monserrat is a true cultural experience. The island supports a wealth of different activities including hiking, scuba diving and photography. There are a whole range of restaurants and eateries to tantalize your taste buds too. But most importantly, for some, there are multiple places equipped purely for relaxation. Montserrat has a number of wonderful beaches for ...
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    As a destination, Montserrat offers a range of fascinating and awe-inspiring scenery from the lush green peaks of the Northern side of the island to deserted and blackened settlements on the southern side, leftover from the volcanic eruptions in 1995. The Island offers something for everyone, with police escorted tours to even the most deserted areas ...
  • 9 Best Routes For Hiking In Montserrat
    The colonial ties, picturesque beaches and fantastic rainforests in Montserrat make it a hiker’s heaven. You’ll be able to see views of the ocean, take snapshots of the volcano and spot the tropical bird, reptile and bat species common in the sections of rainforest. The island is also steeped in history, perfect for a guided hike ...
  • Best Places To Eat Out In Brades Montserrat
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  • St Vincent & The Grenadines: The Island Culture And Attractions
    St Vincent and The Grenadines offer a variety of experiences for the traveller—hiking, nature trails, and expeditions to many of the beautiful unspoiled areas, diving, beaches, and, if time permits, a visit to the neighbouring Grenadine islands is well worthwhile. For the less adventurous, the capital of Kingstown with its famous Botanic Gardens as well ...
  • Tortola: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
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  • St. Thomas: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide to History of St. Thomas The Rogues Guide to St. Thomas Culture and Attractions starts with history: As a member of the U.S. Virgin Islands St. Thomas has an interesting history. First occupied by Taino Indians from South America it was visited by Columbus in 1493. The Virgin Islands were named after St. Ursula ...
  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...

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  • Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light
    Rogues Guide to Bequia Bequia Travelogue Unwinding at the Speed of Light by Ian R Clayton February 2012  -updated 2021 © A blog of Rogues Guide to Bequia  – Island of the Caribbean This is a real hands-on first-person travelogue of 5 days spent in Bequia, unwinding at the speed of lights! Clayton is the Author of Rogues in ...
  • Bequia Island Grenadines– Its Culture And Attractions
    Bequia island in the grenadines is truly a one-of-a-kind gem. It is a Rogues Caribbean Classic Escape. In fact, Ian R. Clayton, author of Rogues in Paradise, has spent many happy times in Bequia. He wrote Unwinding at the Speed of Light which captured 5 days in Bequia that flew by with lazy days that ...
  • 7 Beautiful Montserrat Beaches – Overview
    Monserrat is a true cultural experience. The island supports a wealth of different activities including hiking, scuba diving and photography. There are a whole range of restaurants and eateries to tantalize your taste buds too. But most importantly, for some, there are multiple places equipped purely for relaxation. Montserrat has a number of wonderful beaches for ...
  • St. Maarten: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Maarten St. Maarten cultural attractions are divided between the French and the Dutch. Each section retains its uniqueness, there is a marvelous harmony between the two. The French side offer great shopping, excellent cuisine and secluded beaches – a Gaelic experience. The Dutch side is more informal and is a busy cruise port and ...
  • St. Kitts: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Kitts In the centre of the island stands a dormant volcano covered with vegetation which dominates the landscape. St. Kitts has an unspoilt atmosphere, and provides a relaxing get away. Beautiful beaches, tropical forest areas perfect for nature trails are among the attractions. Basseterre, the capital boasts many beautifully preserved colonial structures. Historic sites ...
  • Antigua The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
      Introduction To Antigua 365 beautiful beaches in Antigua (one for each day of the year) will give you an indication of the popularity of this island for a vacation. Swimming with the dolphins, scuba diving, sailing—these are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed. The world famous English Harbor and Nelson’s Dockyard are of ...
  • Barbados History, Culture, Attractions
    Rogues History of Barbados In Rogues Guide Barbados History Culture Attractions, we start by looking at the historical context of it all. Barbados became an independent nation within the Commonwealth in 1966. Originally occupied by Arawaks and Caribs, and later visited by the Portuguese and Spanish, it was colonised by the English in 1625 and remained ...
  • St. Croix: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Croix Largest of the US Virgin Islands (82 sq. miles) offers a variety of activities. Christiansted and Fredriksted are the two main towns and must be seen, each with its own distinctive style. Shopping is excellent and there are many places of interest to visit. Tours can be arranged to a rum factory, Botanic ...
  • Guide to Anquilla: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Rogues Guide to Anguilla In this Rogues Guide to Anquilla we explore ideas for culture and attractions vacation in this tropical paradise. It comes packaged with stunning beaches, in a small island that offers total relaxation for those who seek it and activities for singles, families, groups and honeymooners.  Relax on the beaches or enjoy the ...

Majestic Volcano Mountains
majestic volacanoe mountains

  • St Vincent & The Grenadines: The Island Culture And Attractions
    St Vincent and The Grenadines offer a variety of experiences for the traveller—hiking, nature trails, and expeditions to many of the beautiful unspoiled areas, diving, beaches, and, if time permits, a visit to the neighbouring Grenadine islands is well worthwhile. For the less adventurous, the capital of Kingstown with its famous Botanic Gardens as well ...
  • Montserrat: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Montserrat is a small island in the Caribbean Sea, located south of Antigua and north of Martinique. The island is volcanic in origin and its highest point is the Soufriere Hills volcano, which last erupted in 1997. Approximately two-thirds of the island’s residents fled Montserrat after the eruption, and the island’s population is now about ...
  • St. Lucia: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Lucia Famous for its annual Jazz Festival St. Lucia offers a getaway for family, couples, and honeymooners alike. Enjoy the unspoiled beauty, visit the famous drive-in volcano and see the bountiful fields of bananas. St. Lucia has a variety of accommodations from the all-inclusive to the simple bed and breakfast type lodging. Castries ...
  • St. Kitts: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To St. Kitts In the centre of the island stands a dormant volcano covered with vegetation which dominates the landscape. St. Kitts has an unspoilt atmosphere, and provides a relaxing get away. Beautiful beaches, tropical forest areas perfect for nature trails are among the attractions. Basseterre, the capital boasts many beautifully preserved colonial structures. Historic sites ...
  • Grenada: The Island – Its History Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Grenada The Isle of Spice, as it is called, is famous for its nutmeg, mace and bountiful fruit, herbs and spices, all part of the unique Grenada culture and attractions and the grenada experience. Famous for its wonderful beaches such as Grande Anse and the sheer beauty of the mountains, Grenada is perfect for ...
  • Nevis: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Nevis A place of unspoilt beauty, perfect for getting away from the stress and strains of modern life. Small and serene, it is full of historical interest—birthplace of Alexander Hamilton who helped to draft the US constitution. Charlestown the capital retains much of its original character. Nevis is truly an island where nature reigns and ...
  • Dominica: The Island – Its Culture And Attractions
    Introduction To Dominica Eco tourism reigns in this mountainous island and for those with adventure in mind it is perfect. It has been called the Nature Island of the Caribbean and with its many rivers and unspoilt beauty, there are many activities such as hiking, exploring the nature trails, whale watching, exploring the natural beauty of ...

 

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