Discover the wonders of the Caribbean

With dazzling turquoise seas, silky soft sands and rainforest feasts to mountain peaks - the Caribbean is a treasure trove. From relaxing beach days, island adventures to sailing away and food retreats, your clients are sure to find their ultimate getaway.

Adventurous souls can delve into island excursions, while those seeking relaxation can unwind with gentle waves as their soundtrack. Beyond nature, the Caribbean's vibrant cultural tapestry invites immersion in rhythmic beats, tantalising cuisines, and rich heritage. Luxurious retreats dot the landscape, promising indulgent escapes with pampering spa treatments, gourmet dining, and opulent accommodations.

Book selected destinations for your chance to win!

Simply book your clients British Airways flights in premium cabins to Aruba, Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Bahamas, St Kitts or Jamaica via Lime between 20 May and 30 June 2024 for your chance to win a Red Letter Days Ultimate Adrenaline activity, £250 Amazon gift card, Caribbean Rum gift set or a Marshall and Brown Caribbean hamper.

The higher the cabin, the more chances you have to win with one ticket in the draw for World Traveller Plus, two for Club and three for First!

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Register for our webinar on Wednesday 5 June at 10.30am where we will be joined by British Airways to get all the latest destination and route information. We'll also be giving away three £100 Amazon vouchers.

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Comfort at every step

Your clients can sample everything the Caribbean has to offer when they fly with British Airways.

  • A separate, smaller cabin with wider seats and more legroom
  • Two delicious meals and complimentary bar service
  • A personal entertainment system with noise-cancelling headphones
  • A stylish amenity kit made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Access to in-seat power
  • More free baggage allowance
  • Priority boarding

  • Dedicated check-in and access to private lounges
  • A spacious seat, which converts into a 183cm (6ft) fully flat bed
  • Delicious food and drink using fresh, local ingredients
  • Stylish bedding and amenity kits designed by The White Company
  • 12" flat screen and noise-cancelling headphones to enjoy our in-flight entertainment
  • Access to in-seat power

  • Exceptional, elegant British service
  • Your own private, spacious suite
  • A 198cm (6ft 6in) fully flat bed with luxurious bedding
  • Delicious, indulgent fine dining
  • Temperley London loungewear, amenity bag and slippers
  • Seven-piece luxury skin and body care collection from Elemis
  • A personal 15-inch screen with noise-cancelling headphones and ports to connect your own devices
  • Access to luxurious lounges
  • Exclusive and dedicated service
  • Priority boarding, straight from our exclusive First lounge

Your choice of destinations

Aruba is the Dutch-Latin paradise just 15 miles north of the South American coastline, with year-round sunshine that sets the stage perfectly for an idyllic holiday.

From relaxing resorts to bustling hotels, Aruba welcomes everyone and every budget. It has a colourful capital, pristine beaches, a rugged desert-like interior and a dramatic north coast, making it easy to find your happy place.

British Airways flies London Gatwick to Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA) in 11 hours 30 minutes including a short stop in Antigua.

Extraordinary white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and friendly locals make Antigua an ideal holiday destination for your clients in search of complete relaxation. They'll never far away from a tropical sea view, postcard-perfect palm trees or one of the island’s 365 beaches. Whether they’re after quality time in a sunlounger, sailing on a catamaran or exploring historical sights in St. John’s, the island’s charming capital, this small Caribbean island packs a punch.

British Airways flies direct to Antigua’s V.C. Bird International International Airport (ANU).

British Airways has more direct flights to Barbados than any other UK airline, making it even easier for your clients to visit paradise. Pristine white sandy beaches, brilliant turquoise waters and lush palm trees – Barbados has all of this and more. With a rich and unique history influenced by centuries of British rule, today the island is buzzing with the warm spirit of Caribbean culture.

From the welcoming nature of its people to delicious local Bajan cuisine and the breathtaking beauty of the island landscape, there are countless reasons to make Barbados your clients next holiday destination.

The archipelago’s closest neighbours, the USA’s east coast and the Caribbean, are both 100s of miles away, making Bermuda the ultimate off-the-grid getaway. Postcard-worthy beaches pepper the islands’ shorelines, while turquoise waters hide some of the world’s best diving spots.

Your client could head to Horseshoe Bay to take their beach day to the next level where a crescent-shaped stretch is made up of pink sand. Away from the coast, golfers have a long list of courses to make their way through.

Planning your clients trips to the Bahamas often start with deciding which of the country’s 16 inhabited islands they want to visit first. Most visitors begin in Nassau, the Bahamas’ capital city, on the island of New Providence.

Packed to the brim with culture, history, and long stretches of the powdery white sand you’d expect from a Caribbean postcode Nassau is often referred to as the gateway to the Bahamas, so it's the perfect place to kick-start their trip.

With glorious white-sand beaches, unbelievably blue waters and friendly locals St Kitts is a dream destination. The idyllic island has something for everyone, from an extraordinary selection of beautiful beaches to a lively nightlife with bustling bars and restaurants. Your client could even experience the best of the island’s party atmosphere and visit during its annual Carnival, held between Christmas and New Year.

British Airways flies to St. Kitts’ Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (SKB).

The spiritual heart of Jamaica, Kingston is packed with culture and history. From its electric nightlife and music scene to its bustling restaurants and art galleries, there’s never a shortage of things to do and see like hiking in the majestic Blue Mountains or visiting Bob Marley’s former home.

Jamaica is home to incredible food, white sandy beaches and spectacular natural wonders like rushing waterfalls, blue lagoons, verdant mountains and exotic flora and fauna. As soon as your clients land, it’s clear that the cultural legacy of Jamaica goes beyond its sun-soaked beaches.

British Airways flies direct to the capital city of Kingston.

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