What is a Caribbean Soul Trekker? Anyone who seeks to enjoy a wholesome experience that includes embracing the local customs, community and similarities of culture and heritage. As many people know there is so much to learn and much information to be exchanged just by traveling and visiting the wealthy abundance of the Caribbean Islands.
So get your passport ready and join us in Experiencing the Caribbean One Trek At a Time!
Sincerely, Mango Eddie
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Missing the blue water of the Bahamas! Enjoy in 4K resolution.
Planning on visiting Nassau, Bahamas any time soon? Then a day trip to Sandy Toes, Rose Island, Bahamas should be on your itinerary. Read why by
During our sail in Antigua we went ashore to this fine establishment and had an awesome time. Click on the link to read about our experience! JACQUI
Check out our latest trek to Grand Bahama Island aboard the zombie-infested Walker Stalker Cruise (Click on the image below)
I'm not sure if you've noticed, but Caribbean Soul Trekkers really love to 'get it in' at Caribbean festivals. This year, we jumped in da' line at
To celebrate our fifth wedding anniversary, we returned to St. Maarten then concluded our trip on Anguilla, an island guaranteed to deliver just
Read about the awesome time we spent with the Bahamas Masqueraders here: https://slate.adobe.com/a/rlPRk?v=12
Caribbean Soul Trekkers with Topper and Melanie Daboul A few month's back, sunset dinner at St. Maarten's Topper's by the Sea led to a chance
For the second year in a row, Nassau's Festival Rum Bahamas raised the bar for Caribbean rum festivals. So much more than a rum tasting
We're still reeling from Nassau's second annual Festival Rum Bahamas - a unique and dynamic display of Bahamian history, music, food and, of
Though I'll be spending this Valentine's Day in the frigid northeast, I'll be dreaming of a romantic holiday in the Caribbean. In my reverie,
As the sun set over Nassau, a loud BOOM from a cannon followed by the distinct sound of a vibrant Bahamian marching band set the
Caribbean Soul Trekkers is excited to spread the word about a unique Caribbean rhum brand already making waves in St. Maarten and South Carolina
Limin' Boutique's cheery owners showcasing Dune jewelry made from the sand of Anguilla beaches While beach-hopping through Anguilla we happened
Sunset in the BVI About a year ago, some travel blogging friends invited us to join their flotilla of three catamarans on a bareboat sailing
Foxy's Taboo after dark Foxy's Taboo in Jost Van Dyke is an offshoot of the wildly popular Foxy's Bar and Restaurant and the obvious lunchtime
This secluded beach at Loblolly Bay is just steps from The Big Bamboo Beach Bar and Restaurant Set on an isolated beach in picturesque Loblolly
It's no surprise that Mango Eddie and Garvey quickly hit it off. Here they are enjoying a welcome high proof rum. In a clearing on Anguilla's
Aruba's thriving restaurant scene is made up of long-time favorites and fresh-faced newcomers. During our recent trip, we had a chance to review
Caribbeans often call rain "liquid sunshine" and never let it ruin a good day. So, when rain was in the forecast for one of our four precious days in
Though we hadn't yet read the glowing reviews in the New York Times or Trip Advisor, we did rely on customer reviews of some sort when choosing
We have been enamored with the Caribbean since our first trip together in 2007. If you asked us to tell you the one thing we love most, we wouldn’t be able to give you an honest answer. That’s because it’s not one thing – it’s EVERYTHING. It’s the sum total of the hospitable people, the rich history, the savory foods, the soul-stirring music, the diverse activities, the shopping and the beaches – glorious beaches where you can spend the day doing everything or nothing at all.
Passionfruit Sista & Mango Eddie
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