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Antigua, British Leeward Islands
The largest of the British Leeward Islands, Antiguas beautiful landscape is half volcanic and half limestone coral. Tour Nelsons Dockyard and the historic English Harbor.
Famous for its dry climate, windswept divi divi trees and great diving, Aruba offers visitors the natural beauty of several reef systems, bird sanctuaries and spectacular beaches besides fine hotels and restaurants.
Named for the bearded Banyan trees with their shaggy roots, Barbados mixes exotic island flavor with British tradition. Enjoy miles of pristine beaches, and a civilized afternoon tea!
The capital of Venezuela, this cosmopolitan city offers sights and excitement in a distinctly European atmosphere.
Curaçao, Dutch Leeward Islands
Just 35 miles off the coast of Venezuela, the lovely island of Curaçao blends all the natural beauty of its setting with the appeal of international culture in its charming capital of Willemstad.
Dominica, British Windward Islands
Known as the Nature Island of the Caribbean, Dominica is a nature lovers paradise...offering spectacular mountain vistas, rainforests teeming with birdlife and the fascinating Caribe Reserve.
Grenada, British Windward Islands
Famous for its nutmeg and known as the Spice Isle, Grenada is packed with rainforests, waterfalls, craters, lagoons, coral reefs and secluded, powder-white beaches!
Guadeloupe, French West Indies
Lose yourself in the romance of Guadeloupe as you cross the drawbridge that links its two islands. Be inspired by the charm of its tropical rainforests and sugar plantations.
Martinique, French West Indies
The early Carib people called this the island of flowers, and with its lush tropical vegetation, it is still that today. Martiniques French-influenced culture assures great coffee and croissants!
St. Barthélemy, French West Indies
A favorite of celebrities, casual chic reigns on stylish little St. Barts. Sophisticated French cuisine and pristine white sand beaches make this a unique tropical getaway.
St.Kitts, British Leeward Islands
Named after Christopher Columbus, St. Kitts pink sands and teal lagoons are among the Caribbeans most stunning.
St. Lucia, British Windward Islands
Called the Crown Jewel of the Antilles, St. Lucia is best known for the landmark Pitons, volcanic twin peaks that rise up from the ocean.
St. Maarten, Dutch West Indies
You can enjoy both the French and Dutch sides of this island, a favorite with visitors due to its beautiful beaches, duty-free emporia and fine restaurants.
St. Vincent, British Windward Islands
Its quiet streets, beautiful cliffs and unspoiled rainforest make St. Vincent an uncrowded island gem.
Dubbed the land of the hummingbird, Tobagos wealth of natural beauty has given rise to the islands reputation as a honeymooners paradise.
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Just 10 square miles of idyllic beaches and hidden coves, Tortolas pure, unspoiled beauty inspires a tropical tranquility all its own.
Its beaches are second only to its underwater scenery, among the world's best.
Isla de Margarita
Just off Venezuela's coast, this island is a refuge for scarlet ibis and sun lovers.
You can earn the right to wear the "I climbed Dunn's River Falls" T-shirt. But first you have to get wet!
This multi-cultural city is known for palm trees and near-perfect weather.
Old cobblestone streets and modern high-rises share this sultry Spanish city.
Tiny and secluded, St. Barts has long been a favorite hideaway of the rich and famous.
Explore the 18th century Danish waterfront, magnificent Mt. Eagle and an ancient rum distillery.
A tranquil retreat for nature lovers, much of this spectacular island is a national park.
This pristine island was discovered by Columbus in 1493 but you'll feel like you just found it.
Half-Dutch, half-French, this island is wholly delightful.
The playground of the Caribbean is famous for scenery, waterspouts and duty-free shopping.
Steel Drums set the pace on this joyful island at the edge of the Caribbean Sea.
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