Holiday Hotspots: The Caribbean

For many people, the Caribbean is their idea of paradise. And for good reason too. This sun-drenched archipelago is a haven of ivory coloured sands, glittering turquoise seas and a cloudless blue sky that fades into the distant horizon. It’s synonymous with a wonderfully laid-back way of life where the sun always shines and tomorrow will always do. It’s no surprise then that holidaymakers come here in their droves to enjoy its hot climate and to sink their toes into powder-soft sands, or to dive beneath the water’s surface to discover a spectacular world of vibrant corals and rainbow-coloured sea life.

Caribbean

Caribbean

And what’s more, paradise has become an affordable luxury, dispelling the myth that these dream-like lands are reserved only for the rich or famous. If there’s one thing the Caribbean can offer it’s plenty of choice, and there are holidays here to suit every taste and budget.

For those seeking cheap holidays, Dominican Republic is a sure-fire winner. This glorious island sparkles with porcelain-white sands and bustles with friendly holiday resorts along its beautiful coastline, offering top-notch service and a superior quality of accommodation at an affordable price.

One of the best and most affordable ways to get here is to book a package holiday, and there are plenty of established tour operators on offer to help you realise your dreams. For instance, when you holiday with Thomas Cook you’ll get return flights, nightly accommodation in quality surroundings and local resort connections which gets you from A to B quickly and smoothly. You’ll also get a locally-based representative who can offer help or guidance whenever you need it, which might be to book a day trip or to find out where the best seafood restaurants are located.

The Caribbean is certainly hot stuff. The only decision you’ll have to make is: where will you go?

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