The Southern Caribbean island is popping up on tourist radars for reasons other than its crystal-clear waters.
Eleuthera is so quiet, it’s no wonder jet-setters, celebrities, and the world’s elite come here to hideout when they need a break.
Amid a tranquil forest of pine and eucalyptus trees, the Carmelo Resort and Spa by Hyatt is a luxurious enclave in an area that has become known as cottage country for wealthy Argentinians.
For a large portion of northern hemisphere travellers, a holiday often means following the sun south. To Hawaii, the South Pacific, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean.
This is it, the sailing life: sitting on the perch of a 70-foot catamaran in the Atlantic surrounding St. Barths and St. Maarten.
The beach promises a full day of leisure. Whether you spend it relaxing on the shore or splashing in the waves, these five tropical destinations will accommodate any level of intensity.
As you whiz through brilliant turquoise waters to the Caribbean hideaway of Necker Island by speedboat, with the ocean spray blasting your face and the engine roar only punctuated by the pop of a champagne-bottle cork, it’s easy to lose yourself in the moment.