A History On The Regions We Visit

A History On The Regions We Visit

When European explorers first traveled to the New World, there were primarily two indigenous races living in the Caribbean: the Tainos (or Arawaks), who originally settled in the Windwards and Leewards and eventually inhabited the Greater Antilles and the Bahamas; and...
Cuba And Jamaica II

Cuba And Jamaica II

From Montego Bay to Ocho Rios, Port Antonio and the capital of Kingston, Jamaica is a paradise of stunning natural wonders that seduces the senses at every turn. As with Cuba, this is also an island overflowing with music, cuisine, dance, art and architecture,...
Christmas In Cuba And The Caribbean

Christmas In Cuba And The Caribbean

Enjoy the festive season as you sail through the Caribbean to Cuba on one of our newest itineraries this winter. This voyage not only takes you to Cuba, where several ports of call are waiting to be explored, it also allows you to experience the very best of the...
Eastern Caribbean And The Grenadines

Eastern Caribbean And The Grenadines

In December, Aegean Odyssey will depart the port of Barbados for an 11-night cruise that takes in some of the very best islands in the Caribbean and we want you to join us. The cruise will begin with a 2-night stay in Bridgetown, allowing ample time for you to enjoy...
Q&A With Dr Carrie Gibson: Journalist, Historian and Author

Q&A With Dr Carrie Gibson: Journalist, Historian and Author

Dr Carrie Gibson is a historian, journalist, and author of Empire’s Crossroads: A History of the Caribbean from Columbus to the Present Day and has completed a manuscript on the Hispanic past of the United States, which will be published by Grove Atlantic in 2018. Dr...

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