See the Caribbean through a local’s eyes

British Airways flies to seven different Caribbean islands, each with their own charms and treasures. And with so much to see and do, you’re going to need a little help...

If you’re going to make the most of every last out-of-office minute, it pays to touch down in your chill-out spot of choice armed with a list of the best things to see, do and eat. British Airways has been flying to the Caribbean for over 60 years, meaning nobody knows the region better. Except, perhaps, the local guides they’ve kindly hooked us up with to create this bumper guide to six brilliant destinations. All you need to do is decide which island(s) to pick, dig out your sunnies and plot your itinerary.

A local’s guide to Barbados

A local’s guide to Barbados

Head to the Caribbean’s easternmost island to discover natural wonders and lively nightlife

A local’s guide to the Dominican Republic

A local’s guide to the Dominican Republic

The Caribbean’s second-largest nation is the place for merengue, baseball and whale-watching

A local’s guide to Grenada

A local’s guide to Grenada

Seek out remote beaches and shower in waterfalls on this lush, rainforest-covered island

A local’s guide to St. Kitts

A local’s guide to St. Kitts

Scenic train rides, local rum and a huge volcano await on this tiny, sun-soaked isle

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A local’s guide to Saint Lucia

A local’s guide to Saint Lucia

With its lush mangroves and volcanic mountains, this forest-covered island boasts some of the Caribbean’s dreamiest scenery

A local’s guide to Tobago

A local’s guide to Tobago

Try Trinidad’s diminutive sister isle for diving, horse-riding and spellbinding nature