The Caribbean Islands are an island chain 2,500 miles long and no more than 160 miles wide at any given point. They consist of over 7,000 islets, reefs and cays. That’s a lot of ground to cover!
We can’t pretend to describe it all for you, but we can put together an itinerary to cover almost any area in the Caribbean. Would you like to see Cockroach Island (British Virgin Islands)? How about Parrot Cay (Turks and Caicos Islands)? An organized cruise, an exclusive yacht charter, a private island, or camping under a palm tree ~ ask and we will do our best to make it happen.
The Caribbean Sea is host to migratory, large schools of fish, turtles and coral reef formations. The islands support exceptionally diverse ecosystems, ranging from montane cloud forest to cactus scrublands. There are dozens of highly threatened species ranging from birds to mammals and reptiles. This really is the place to see the unusual.
Bainbridge Travel Caribbean specialists can help you compare cruise lines, bareboat or crewed charters, simple B & B’s and luxurious resorts, and answer your questions regarding geography, climate, biodiversity and the Cuban crocodile.
Most islands are a little difficult to get to from the Pacific Northwest. We keep up on the best carriers and latest routings and airfares. Check back often as we supply you with links, information and travel tips about specific islands in the Caribbean.