How to Get to Martinique FWI

Airports and airlines: Aime Cesaire International Airport (FDF) has direct flights from Miami on American Airlines, and is also served by Air Caraibes, Air France, Corsair, and Air Canada. Regional service on Air Antilles Express and LIAT. Cruise ports: Fort de France is on the upmarket cruise list for Princess, Seabourn, Carnival, Holland America, and Oceania. Yachting: Large charter base …

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How to Get To Guadeloupe FWI

Airports and airlines: Le Raizet Airport, Pointe a Pitre (PTP). No direct flights from the US, whose passengers will need to connect from San Juan instead. Air Canada flies direct. Daily flights from France on Air France and Air Caraibes. Regional service on LIAT to other islands, with shuttle service to Marie Galante and Les Saintes. Regular shuttle on Air …

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How to Get To the Cayman Islands

Airports and airlines: 70 minute flight from Miami. Over 50 non-stop flights a week into Cayman, to Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM) on Grand Cayman and Charles Kirkconnell Airport (CYB) on Cayman Brac. Interisland service on Cayman Express to Little Cayman. Direct service from Miami on Cayman Airways. Service also provided by Air Canada, Delta, British Airways, American Airlines, US …

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How to Get to Barbados

Airports and airlines: 3 1⁄2 hours from Miami to Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI). Served by British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, WestJet, American Airlines, Jet Blue, Caribbean Airlines and LIAT. Cruise ports: Cruise lines dock at Bridgetown. On the Southern Caribbean circuit for Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Princess, Carnival, Disney, Regent Seven Seas, Celebrity, Holland and America, Oceania. Yachting: Facilities …

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How to Get to Antigua and Barbuda

Airports and airlines: 3 hours from Miami. VC Bird International Airport (ANU) served by Air Canada, American Airlines, Continental, Delta, United, US airways, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Regional service by LIAT, Caribbean Airlines. Shuttle service to Barbuda, taking 15 minutes, on Air Barbuda Montserrat Air. Also a service to Montserrat, the only way to reach the island. Cruise ports: …

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How to Get to St. Maarten

Airports and airlines: Princess Juliana Airport (SXM) with regular direct flights from Air France, KLM, Corsair, Air Caraibes, American Airlines, US Airways, United, Delta, Continental, JetBlue, Spirit, Air Canada, WestJet, COPA. Regional service with LIAT, Winair, Caribbean Airlines, Insel Air, Air Antilles and regular shuttle on St. Barths Commuter. Cruise ports: Philipsburg is one of the major stops on the …

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How to Get to the BVI

Airports and airlines: Terrence B. Lettsome Airport (EIS), often referred to as Beef Island. Most flights connect through Puerto Rico, St. Thomas or St. Maarten. No direct flights from US or Europe. Charter service from Tortola to Virgin Gorda (VIJ), August George Airport, Anegada (NGD) and Peter Island. Cape Air and Seaborne operate flights to Puerto Rico and St. Thomas. …

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How to Get to the USVI

Airports and airlines: Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas (STT) and Henry E. Rohlsen Airport on St. Croix (STX). Most flights from US connect in San Juan. 2 1⁄2 hours from Miami. Non-stop and connecting filghts with AA, Continental, Delta, US Airways, Spirit, JetBlue and United. Cape Air, Air St. Thomas and Liat fly inter-island routes. Seaplane service between …

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How to Get to Puerto Rico

Airports and airlines: 2 1⁄2 hours from Miami. Luis Muñoz Marín (LMM) is the busiest airport in the Caribbean. Isla Grande airport for flights to Vieques and Culebra. Island served by AA, JetBlue, Spirit, Southwest. LIAT flies regional routes. Cruise ports: San Juan is one of the Caribbean’s most important cruise ports, served by Carnival, Celebrity, Holland American, Norwegian, Princess, …

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How to Get to the Dominican Republic

Airports and airlines: Las Américas, Santo Domingo (SDQ), Punta Cana (PUJ) serving Bávaro and Punta Cana; Puerto Plata’s Gregorio Luperón (POP); Santiago’s Aeropuerto Internacional Cibao (STI); El Catey (AZS), Samaná; La Romana (LRM), Casa de Campo. Serving Air Canada, Air Europa, Air France, Air Jamaica, American Airlines, Continental, COPA, Delta, Iberia, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Mexicana, Spirit, US Airways, and Caribbean Airlines …

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How to Get to Jamaica

Airports and airlines: 1 1⁄4 hours from Miami. International airports are Sangster International, Montego Bay (MBJ); Norman Manley, Kingston (KIN); Ian Fleming International, Ocho Rios. Served by American Airlines, WestJet, US Airways, Delta, Air Jamaica, Air Canada, British Airways. Regional services on Caribbean Airlines. Cruise ports: Major cruise ports at Ocho Rios, Falmouth and Montego Bay, served by Carnival, Celebrity, …

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How to Get to the Bahamas

Airports and airlines: Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) Nassau; Served by Air Canada, American Airlines, Bahamas Air, British Airways, Copa, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest Airlines, US Airways. Cruise ports: Carnival, Disney, Norwegian, and Royal Caribbean, all go into Prince George Dock, Nassau and many have their own private resorts in the Bahamas, such as Coco Cay and Half Moon Cay. …

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How to Get Around Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad has a large area to cover with some fast highways linking the major cities. Rent a car at Picarco International Airport in Port of Spain or Tobago’s Crown Point. Rental cars are far more appropriate for Tobago, where the local public transport works at a slow pace. In both islands, traffic drives on the left. Taxis and private mini …

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How to Get Around Aruba

Rental cars are prevalent around the airport, but you must be at least 23. For journeys into the interior or the more remote beaches, a 4×4 is the most appropriate. All-terrain vehicles (ATV) are also popular, but watch out for roaming donkeys and potholes on the way. Aruba has an excellent bus system, running into the late evening, with 16 …

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How to Get Around St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Drivers in St. Vincent need to buy a temporary driver’s permit ($24), available from the police station on in Kingstown or in Port Elizabeth, Bequia. Like many of the Windward islands, a single road completes a tour of the island, so to get from one side of the island to the other, driver’s must do the tour. Many drivers will …

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