Splash Island Water Park Saint Lucia

Splash Island Water Park Saint Lucia is located on the the Northwest coast of St. Lucia, on the popular Reduit Beach. Splash Island Waterpark is the Caribbean’s first open-water sports park. Newly opened in August 2015. Kids, families and weekend…

Continue Reading

Coqui Waterpark

Coqui Waterpark allows you to slide down mind-blowing vertical drops and high-speed flumes overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Climb Coqui’s iconic 60 ft. Torre de Yocahu Tower with three high-speed slides, or boost your adrenaline levels with the shocking 40 ft.…

Continue Reading

East End Marine Park, St. Croix

The St. Croix East End Marine Park was established in 2003. Its designation unified and extended the previously identified territorially designated, Areas of Particular Concern (APCs) at Chenay Bay, the northern St. Croix Coral Reef System, East End, and Great…

Continue Reading

Virgin Islands National Park

Virgin Islands National Park is more than just beautiful beaches. Hike to plantation ruins to learn about a time when sugar dominated the island. Visit the ancient petroglyphs carved by the Taino Indians. Come snorkel the coral reefs to discover…

Continue Reading

Montego Bay Marine Park

The Montego Bay Marine Park is Jamaica’s first marine park. The Marine Park covers an area of approximately 15.3 km2 (1,530 ha) and lies next to the tourist city of Montego Bay. The coastal boundary is 9 km, extending from…

Continue Reading

Prickly Pear Cays

The Prickly Pear Cays, sometimes spelled Prickley Pear Cays, are a small pair of uninhabited islands about six miles from Road Bay, Anguilla, in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. The Prickly Pear marine park includes two islands, Prickly Pear…

Continue Reading

CocoCay

Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas is unlike any island you’ve ever been to. That’s because it’s a private island exclusively for Royal Caribbean guests — and expressly designed to redefine what you can do in a day. Start…

Continue Reading

Anguilla Aqua Park

The “Aqua Park” is the largest inflatable water park of its kind in the Caribbean and is made up of Anguilla’s orange, white and blue colours. The Aqua Park is something never before seen on the shores of Anguilla and…

Continue Reading