Two Caribbean Ritz-Carlton resorts are teaming up to bring incentive or high-end meeting groups a unique double-island adventure. Groups can experience both Jamaica and Grand Cayman with a multi-day program based at the 365-room Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, and the 427-room Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica. Make the hop between islands via a Cayman Air flight or a private jet service arranged through Ritz-Carlton. In Grand Cayman, attendees can swim with the stingrays next to a coral reef in the morning (unless they prefer a Nick Bollettieri tennis program or perhaps golf at the Blue Tip) and in the afternoon have their sore muscles kneaded into blissful relaxation at the resort's spectacular Silver Rain, a La Prairie Spa (with 17 treatment rooms).

Flying on to Jamaica the next day, the one-hour trip leaves plenty of time for a round of golf at the gloriously sited White Witch Golf Course (16 of the 18 holes on this breezy mountainside course have stunning views of the Caribbean).

Both resorts are cozied right up to the Caribbean — Grand Cayman has Seven Mile Beach, and Rose Hall has 1,500 feet of beachfront only 15 minutes from Jamaica's Montego Bay airport.

Mid-April through fall is low season in the Caribbean (summer and winter temps vary surprisingly little) when room rates can be less than half of high-season prices.