A Caribbean twin-centre break offers clients twice as many opportunities to enjoy the region’s beaches, culture and heritage.
Combining two Caribbean destinations C in one trip is not only a great way for clients to see more of the region, but also gives agents a great opportunity to upsell.
Jenny Peart, head of product at Caribtours, says the operator has seen a rise in popularity of twin and multi-centre Caribbean trips, and she believes this is due to their value.
"There’s just one international flight and the ability to experience more, from wildlife-rich rainforests to stunning beaches."
Here, we speak to five operators for their top twin-centre Caribbean combinations for 2020.
"Dominica and Antigua are less than an hour’s flight from each other, but they couldn’t be more different," says Peart.
"Antigua is known for its 365 beaches. The island is also popular with yachting enthusiasts and has a rich naval heritage, as well as regular parties and festivals to get involved in.
"Dominica, on the other hand, is mountainous, with volcanic beaches, tropical rainforests and hot springs to discover. It’s popular with those looking to get back to nature."
Getting between the two islands should be easier than ever. Guests of the recently opened Cabrits Resort and Spa Kempinski can make use of the hotel’s planned Tropical Aviation charter flight which will see them board a 10-seat Beechcraft King Air 200 departing from Antigua or Guadeloupe.
BOOK IT: Caribtours offers five nights at Blue Waters Resort and Spa in Antigua and five at the Cabrits Resort and Spa Kempinski from £2,599pp, including breakfast, flights, transfers and lounge access. Inter-island flights are excluded.