Martinique - Habitation Clément's charming original plantation house sits on a hill top. Credit: Julie Kalan

Martinique Packs Quite a Punch – a ‘Ti Punch

Beyond the beautiful beaches, warm ocean currents and tropical gardens, Martinique is known for its exceptional rum. Sugar Cane Spirits The Caribbean is famous for its rum, but there is only one island where ...
The stunning vista at Le Point de Vue Restaurant, Anse Charpentier

Marvelous Martinique

The perfect recipe: blend one part French and one part Caribbean culture and cuisine. Add white and black sand beaches, turquoise waters and lush rain forests. Sweeten with sugar cane and add a dash of rum. The...

Cuba as a first-time treat

Enjoy the value and retro intrigue of this tropical gem Canadians, particularly Quebecers, have been enjoying Cuba’s charms for decades. The Caribbean’s biggest island, long known for its fabulous beaches, dis...

Bermuda – an exquisite island playground

The picture-perfect island of Bermuda has a long-standing reputation as an outstanding golf venue so when I received an invitation to play there this spring in the Bacardi National Par-3 Championship I immediat...

Follow the sun to a winter golf getaway

Among many Canadian golfers the winter closure of domestic courses triggers an intense yearning for sunny fairways that never see a flake of snow. Moreover, there are oodles of excellent venues to choose from i...

Belize – a few days in paradise

“Sam loves to play with coconuts,” says Heather Sellors, guest services manager for St. George’s Caye Resort, an exotic getaway on St. George’s Caye, a sunny sandbar of an island eight miles off the Caribbean c...

St. Maarten – a Caribbean treat

St. Maarten has become one of the most popular Caribbean destinations for land holidays and cruise lines for many reasons; pristine beaches, a dry climate (dry enough for cactus to flourish and tourists to smil...