Airglobeå‘s Tropical Collection offers a wide choice of exotic resorts including three of the most popular Caribbean Islands: Jamaica, Antigua and Barbados, which offer the traveller a mix of adventure and relaxation through each of their hospitable cultures, scenery, cuisines and people.
Jamaica consists of mountain peaks, tropical rainforests, white sandy beaches and world-renowned beachfront hotel-resorts. Airglobe’s, three star Starfish Trelaway Beach Resort in a secluded location on the north coast, offers rooms from just £874 all-inclusive seven nights departing between 22 March -10 April 2003. The resort features the very best ingredients of an all-inclusive holiday, fantastic food, great entertainment and an array of leisure and sporting facilities for couples, families and friends.
Alternatively Barbados offers glistening warm waters and a slow pace of life for a totally relaxing holiday. For a more cosmopolitan option the south coast offers an abundance of restaurants and colourful reggae and salsa bars. The three star Barbados Beach Club at Maxwell Coast set on a stunning white-sand beach has rooms from £769 for seven nights all-inclusive departing between 1-20 Nov 2002. St Lawrence is only one and a half miles away and great for those wishing to experience some local nightlife and shops.
With a beach for every day of the year to discover, Antigua is the ultimate island for beach lovers and the islands offshore reefs provide great scuba diving opportunities. Stay at the three star Coco Bay Resort, which lies between two long palm fringed beaches, costs from £889 all-inclusive for seven nights between 1-20 Nov 2002. Set in 10 acres of tropical gardens these wonderful spacious cottages have been designed and furnished to reflect Antigua’s colourful charm and character. Also, for those wishing to explore the mainland, Airglobe offers a full day Jeep safari for £40 per person including lunch.