Caribbean Locations provided by the Caribbean Production Service Company
will be up to date and they will match your brief. We supply international production companies, directors and photographers with film and photo locations that work well for the project and equally for the budget. This is one of the reasons, why we are probably the leading location scouting and location-finding provider for film, commercial and photographic shoots in the Caribbean region.
Our Caribbean location archive with over 20,000 location images is constantly updated
and if we don't already have your desired Caribbean location in our location archive, then our experienced scouts will find it somewhere on one or another Caribbean island. Please send us your film treatment, storyboard or a mail with a simple outline of your location ideas.
We are aware that in the film production and photographic industries creative concepts might change
and locations need to be adjusted accordingly during the pre-production process, but we don’t give up until you are happy. We have been scouting Caribbean locations for the past 15 years all over the Caribbean islands for numerous film productions, TV, commercial productions, music video shoots, documentaries, as well as for print advertising campaigns, magazine fashion editorials and catalog photo shootings.
In our Caribbean location library we have a huge selection of digitalized photos
Caribbean locations such as beaches, jungles, tropical and Mediterranean style landscapes, hills, waterfalls, sugar cane fields, flower gardens, as well as plantation houses, colonial mansions, luxury contemporary villas, factories, Caribbean fishing villages, street locations and island typical Caribbean locations like piers, jetties and marinas.
We know where to find all this beautiful Caribbean location architecture
for fashion photography, but we are also familiar with those popular locations for drama and music video productions, like rusty sugar cane factories, weather beaten wooden shacks, local fruit markets or run down village streets. We will definitively find them on one or the other Caribbean island.
The location of the Caribbean Islands in the Caribbean Sea is in the far west of the Atlantic Ocean, between North and South America. What we know as ‘the Caribbean’ or ‘West Indies’ is a conglomeration of approximately 7,000 islands, reefs and keys, that are scattered in the sea, with the United States of America in the North, Mexico and Central America in the West and Venezuela in the South. In the east is only the vast Atlantic Ocean. With year-round good weather, direct air access from Europe and North America, and hundreds of islands to explore, the Caribbean offers something for almost everyone.
When thinking of film, the Caribbean location, is often considered the ideal filming location for images of island paradises - the swaying coconut palms in the wind, colorful sunsets, the iridescence of dawning suns, the turquoise waters of the ocean with perfect transparency. As much as those images are repeated in tourist brochures, editorial magazine shoots and advertising campaigns, the facts are still true and the images that are produced on Caribbean locations still touch the eyes and hearts of the spectator. In our location gallery you can view a small selection of location images online. We have a more extensive digitalized location archive that we use for presentation of locations to more specific creative briefs.
The islands environments, the ease of access and landscapes as earthly paradises are closely related to the success of the Caribbean region as production location for photographic shoots, TV commercials and film productions in the entire Caribbean region.
The Caribbean consists of a number of sub-regions. The Caribbean islands known as the Lesser Antilles consist of three smaller island groups: the Windward Islands, the Leeward Islands and Leeward Antilles.
The Leeward islands are located in the Northern part of the Caribbean region. Those are the small Caribbean islands that look like a chain and are named (from North to the South): the US Virgin Islands (St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix), the British Virgin Islands (Tortola, Water Island, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost van Dyke), Anguilla, Sint Martin/Sint Maarten, Saint Barthelemy (better known as St. Barts), Saba, Sint Eustatius, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Montserrat, Guadeloupe with La Desirade, Marie Galante, Les Saintes.
Below the Leeward Islands further South of the island chain are the so called Windward Islands of Dominica, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Barbados (100 miles/160 km east of the island chain), Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, Grenada (with Carriacou and Petite Martinique), Trinidad & Tobago.
The Leeward Antilles are the islands North of the coast of Venezuela, which are best known as the Dutch Antilles or so called ABC islands – Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Also the smaller Venezuelan Islands of Los Roques Archipelago, La Orchila, La Blanquilla, Maragarita Island, Coche, Cubagua and many other little known small islands are considered as part of the Leeward Antilles.
The Greater Antilles is the island group located in the northwestern part of the Caribbean region with the four largest islands, which are Cuba, Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), Jamaica, and Puerto Rico, as well as the smaller Cayman Islands. This region constitutes over 92% of the actual land mass in the Caribbean sea and 90% of the entire Caribbean population.
The Caribbean is not only a melting pot of colorful cultures and profound natural beauties, but hosts also the most diverse inhabitants on the smallest territory. The people of the location Caribbean are an interesting combination of diverse ethnic groups and any casting director can easily find talents in all shades and shapes.
As small as the location Caribbean might be in comparison, but it is one of the most enchanting regions for film video and photographic productions in the world. Exotic landscapes, people, history and culture offer a unique and inspiring experience and make it one of the most interesting destinations for the media production industry.
It is undoubted that the Caribbean region offers still the most eye candy of the tropics, combined with upmarket accommodations, easy flight accesses from industrial countries and also a wide selection of other than botanical and sea locations.
The variety of Caribbean locations with its natural world is so rich and diverse, that it will offer the perfect backdrop for almost any creative concept, be it a film production, TV series, commercial or photo shoot.