On the road for vacationers many signs point towards Antigua. The island has a warm feel, steady winds, a complex coastline of safe harbours and a protective nearly unbroken wall of coral reef. The perfect place to hideaway, so much so in fact that in 1784 the legendary Admiral Nelson sailed to Antigua and established Great Britain's most important base. Little did he know that over 200 years later, those said same unique geographical features, would transform Antigua and Barbuda into one of the Caribbean's premier tourist destinations.
St. Johns, Antigua
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St. John, Antigua
Bon Dia! Welcome to Aruba, our special island full of sun, perfect beaches and 90,000 friends you haven't met yet! We are proud of our rich past as over the course of Aruba's history, our shores have been graced with people from all over the world. The name of our island comes from ancient gold miners for whom the word Aruba meant 'red gold' ('ore' for gold and 'Aruba' for red). These days, those searching for gold can often find it in the cosmopolitan streets of the city among some of the finest jewellery stores this of the equator.
There are 700 islands in the Bahamas sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida. The archipelago is an ecological oasis featuring 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays and boasts the clearest water on the planet - with a visibility of over 200 feet. We invite you to explore all of our islands. One step and you'll realize the beauty of each island extends far beyond our extraordinary natural wonders. It's the smiles on the faces of our Bahamian people. The unique sounds of our rich culture. The warm hospitality of our heritage and our colorful history.
Freeport, Grand Bahama
The truest Caribbean destination is calling. A haven of warm, welcoming hospitality with a heartbeat unique to the Caribbean, Barbados is a destination for true travelers. Located outside of the island chain this gem boasts pristine beaches, secluded bays, great restaurants, historical sites and a whole lot more; so don't be discouraged by its remote nature because while it's a little harder to get to, it's a whole lot harder to leave.
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Dominican Republic is one of the most visited tourist destination in the Caribbean. And the country's image as a sun-blessed playground is merited you can happily spend your days on sandy beaches framed by crystal-clear waters and lofty palm trees. Set on the most geographically diverse Caribbean island, it boasts alpine wilderness, tropical rainforests and mangrove swamps, cultivated savannahs, vast desert expanses and everything in between. The opportunities for ecotourism and adventure travel are staggering: if you were so inclined, in a single week you could scale a 150m waterfall on a rope, mountain bike along remote dirt tracks, ride the best windsurfing waves in the hemisphere, trek to the top of a 3000m mountain and head out in a fishing boat to marvel at the humpback whales crashing about in the bay of Saman.
Known as the 'Spice Isle', Grenada has come to be acknowledged as many wonderful things. It's safe to say, however, that it is as romantic as it is natural, as welcoming as it is untouched and most definitely an authentic Caribbean experience. Come! Meet a people whose simple, celebratory, colourful lifestyle and unmatched warmth make them the very 'Spice' of the land. Unique vacation experiences await all who come calling. Traverse the jungles on a quest for amazing wildlife; spend the day doing nothing on arguably the best beaches in the Caribbean, or sample a wide range of Caribbean delicacies, there is something for everyone in Grenada.
Is the second biggest and second most populous country in Central America. It has colonial villages (Gracias, Comayagua), ancient Maya ruins (Copan), natural parks (Moskitia), and a Pacific and Caribbean coastline and the Bay Islands, with great beaches and coral reefs where snorkeling and diving are exceptional by any standard. The Bay Islands are perhaps the country's biggest drawing card. The archipelago offers some of the best diving in Central America, not to mention the chance to swim with dolphins and come face to face with whale sharks. The less adventurous can lounge in hammocks and soak up the party vibe, if that sounds too wild. Back on the mainland, sweeping Caribbean beaches are scattered with charming towns such as Trujillo, with its pirate history, and traditional Garifuna villages, whose Afro-Caribbean culture is an integral part of the national identity. The great Pico Bonito National Park boasts jaguars, monkeys and countless bird species, while the Rio Pl tano Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, teems with exotic wildlife and indigenous communities.
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With a Mexican heart and a Caribbean soul, Cozumel is a paradise where tradition, flavor and joy come together. You will always find a friendly face and a warm welcome to make your stay an unforgettable one.
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Puerto Rico offers old world charm with modern conveniences, and a little slice of America in the Caribbean. Historic buildings, beautiful beaches, lush rainforest, and unique natural phenomenon are some of the main attractions that draw tourists to this tropical destination. The capital city of San Juan is a good place to start but there is much more to see beyond the city limits.Puerto Rico is a big island and there are several interesting cities, towns, beaches, and other attractions worth visiting. One of the most popular excursions, which can be done as a day trip from San Juan. Not far from El Yunque, in the northeast corner of Puerto Rico, is the beach town of Luquillo with a beautiful stretch of golden sand beach. A little further east is the town of Fajardo, a jumping off point for people who want to take a ferry to the islands of Culebra and Vieques. Both of these are known for their fabulous beaches and relaxed atmosphere.
Intoxicating natural beauty, sunny skies, warm waters, and white sandy beaches combine to make St. Kitts one of the most seductive spots in the Caribbean. Christopher Columbus first spotted St. Kitts in 1493, when it was populated with native tribes, but the Europeans didn't colonize until the British arrived in 1623. Its strategic location and valuable sugar trade led to an advanced and luxurious development that was among the best in the Colonial Caribbean. Lush and luxuriant, the exotic tropical island is a romantic paradise. Wonderful beaches remain relatively crowd-free, and nature lovers delight in seeing lava formations, tropical forest and lagoons and underwater marvels while snorkeling or diving.
Basseterre, St Kitts
St. Lucia is the sort of island that travellers to the Caribbean dream about--a small, lush tropical gem that is still relatively unknown. One of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, it is located midway down the Eastern Caribbean chain, between Martinique and St. Vincent, and north of Barbados. St. Lucia is only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, with a shape that is said to resemble either a mango or an avocado (depending on your taste). The Atlantic Ocean kisses its eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their beauty to the calm Caribbean Sea.
Castries, St. Lucia
Castries, St Lucia
Castries, St. Lucia
Gros Islet, St. Lucia
Castries, St. Lucia
The smallest island in the world ever to be partitioned and shared by two countries, St. Martin/St. Maarten is truly a charming little getaway. Though the border is literally imperceptible with people crossing to and from unknowingly both sides have managed to maintain their national identities in a most welcoming way. On the French side the smell of fresh croissants, good wine and escargots can be found amongst the open air bistros of the city. While on the Dutch side, one can find that all too familiar informal and accepting atmosphere; accompanied by the modern need for choice in fashion, convenience and lifestyle. Make no mistake whether you seek the fanciful or the fanfare, St. Martin/ St. Maarten is definitely the place to be.
Turks and Caicos (Providenciales and Grand Turk)
The Turks and Caicos is a small archipelago nation found south of the Bahamas. Home to spectacular beaches, a pristine marine environment, luxury resorts and fine dining. The unrivalled and world famous Grace Bay Beach on Providenciales has captured countless awards and recognition. Never crowded, the brilliant turquoise and blue ocean hues and soft white sand of this beach is true paradise. With the third largest barrier reef in the world, the snorkeling and diving here is exceptional. See vibrant coral, dolphins, turtles, stingrays and colorful fish in their natural environment. There's so much to do and discover Pristine beaches, crystal clear and warm ocean water, abundant marine life and beautiful tropical wetlands are yours to explore. Quite simply, one of the best of the Caribbean.