6 Must-Do Things On Your Caribbean Sailing Holiday
No Caribbean MedSailors sailing holiday is complete without ticking off these six things on your travel to-do list!
Explore Every Inch of Island Life
Okay, so we’re starting pretty obvious and a bit vague but hear us out. With secluded coves, colourful and unique wildlife, colonial forts, Nelson’s 16th Century naval station and so much more to take in, we think it’s important to experience everything these beautiful islands have to offer.
Lounge on Long-Stretches of Perfect Beaches
Barbuda’s famous 11 Mile Beach is the perfect location to unwind and recharge. Aside from chilling and taking in those stunning views, you’ll also have the opportunity to dine underneath the stars, which is a 10/10 unforgettably magical experience!
Windsurf in Jabberwock Bay on Your MedSailors Sailing Holiday
Jabberwock is home to prime windsurfing conditions and even if you’ve never windsurfed before, you absolutely must give it a go. You’ll be surprised at just how quickly you’ll master the basics, and it’s the perfect way to work up an appetite before heading to one of the bay’s delicious dining spots.
Party All Night
From chill evenings in local seafront bars to beach BBQs and yacht parties, the Caribbean has your partying needs covered. Sip glasses of rum punch whilst watching the most incredible sunsets, before hitting the dancefloor until the early hours for a night to remember.
Explore the Caribbean’s Crystal Clear Waters
From exploring a century old shipwreck in Deep Bay to the stunning coral reef of Half Moon Bay, snorkelling opportunities giving you the chance to see some of the Caribbean’s most colourful sea life up close are not to be missed!
Swim with Stingrays in the Waters Around Green Island
The picturesque, privately-owned Green Island is just as exclusive as you would expect, with ridiculously beautiful beaches and sparkling waters. Here you’ll have the chance to meet some stingrays, which are some of the sea’s most placid and effortlessly elegant creatures. This once in a lifetime experience is often pretty emosh, and really is every bit as wonderful as it sounds!