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Currently operating in Jamaica, St. Lucia and Antigua



Population: 2.96 million

Language: English

Capital: Kingston

Supply Voltage (choice of adapter): 110V

Climate: Tropical, warm temperatures year-round

Jamaica, the 3rd largest Caribbean island has retained its reputation as one of the world’s most popular destinations to visit. Some of the most iconic scenes from the James Bond Series flaunt the beauty and magic of the island. Jamaica is a dot on the map but upholds a global brand that greatly impacts people all over the world. Its magnificent landscape of mountains, endless beaches, rivers that swivel around lush greenery, and cascading waterfalls never fail to mesmerize its visitors and keep them coming back for more. The beat of Reggae makes Jamaica the home of rhythm and sway and its culture is recognized as easy-going, warm and hospitable.  Last but not least, the searing smell of jerk over the fire and the seasoning & spice used to give its dishes and beverages its variety of tantalizing flavors makes Jamaican food one of the world’s fastest-growing culinary choices in popularity.


St. Lucia

Population: 183,630

Language: English

Capital: Castries

Supply Voltage (choice of adapter): 240V

Climate: Tropical, warm temperatures year-round

Saint Lucia is the only sovereign nation named after a woman and is defined by the exceptional combination of its lush rainforests, hypnotizing blue-green waters, alluring people and their customs and eclectic cuisine. The district of Soufriére is home to Sulphur Springs, the world’s only drive-in volcano as well as the Gros Piton and Petit Piton, Saint Lucia’s spectacular twin peaks, a World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders that takes every first-time visitor’s breath away. The Caribbean island welcomes visitors with her soothing waves to explore abandoned sugar plantations, experience a live sea turtle hatching, soak in the volcanic mud baths of the Soufriére and observe the brightly colored fish in the shadow of the Pitons.



Population: 99,350

Language: English

Capital: St. Johns

Supply Voltage (choice of adapter): 230V   

Climate: Tropical, warm temperatures year-round

The island is hugged by 95 miles of a mesmerizing coastline and best known for its friendly and welcoming people, pink and white sand beaches, crystal clear water and its tranquil yet energetic ambience. Tourists and celebrities alike flock to this sun-soaked Caribbean island to relish some of the world’s most lush, vibrant sceneries, sway to the music of steel drums and explore the fascinating culture of its people, island-style. With an area of 280 square km, the land is mostly low and undulating, thereby distinguishing it from the other Leeward Islands. They say one could visit a different beach every day of the year and continue to be in awe of the island’s breathtaking views.

Coming Soon

  • Bahamas (2 Resorts)

  • Grenada (1 Resorts)

  • Turks & Caicos (1 Resort)

  • Curaçao (1 Resort)

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