The Secret Caribbean
The Secret Caribbean is a three-part television series hosted by Trevor McDonald, traveling two thousand miles across the Caribbean experiencing the incredible extremes that make this region so unique. From the Bahamas in the North to his birthplace Trinidad in the south, uncovering the sun-kissed islands along the way, Trevor McDonald visits The Bahamas, Cuba, Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, Montserrat, Barbados, Grenada and Trinidad on an unforgettable expedition as he experiences the huge contrasts in cultures and lifestyles these islands have to offer.
Episode 1 - Necker, Cuba, Trinidad
Trevor McDonald begins his journey in Richard Branson's Necker Island; visits the biggest island, Cuba, and learns about life under a communist regime; and returns to his native home of Trinidad and arrives at of the country's annual highlights - a two-day long carnival.
Episode 2 - Jamaica, Musha Cay, Barbados
Trevor McDonald visits Musha Cay, the most expensive resort in the Bahamas; travels to poverty-stricken Jamaica, a country blighted by violence and drugs; and visits Barbados, a luxury haven for the rich and famous.
Episode 3 - Antigua, Montserrat, Grenada
Trevor McDonald visits Harbor Island in the Bahamas, Grenada and Montserrat. Montserrat was once an island paradise, but a devastated island by volcano eruptions. In Grenada a rare encounter with endangered Giant Turtles as they lay eggs on a remote beach.
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