The sun-drenched Caribbean brings to mind images of sparkling turquoise seas, miles of white-sand beaches, snorkeling and scuba diving amidst schools of rainbow-colored fish.
From the Gulf Stream waters of the north to the wondrous shores, vibrant wildlife and lush rainforests of the southern Caribbean, these picturesque islands adorn the sea like a necklace of gems awaiting discovery. Your greatest challenge is deciding which beautiful pearl to choose.
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This family-oriented resort on the white sands of Grace Bay offers four uniquely themed villages.
Also known as the Island Countries, the Caribbean comprises nearly 7,000 islands within 26 countries. A melting pot of multi-cultural British, Spanish, French, Dutch, African and Creole influences, the region offers some of the world’s most intriguing cuisine, music, and art. Its centuries-old fortresses on such islands as Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and St. Kitts provide a perspective on the region’s rich past.
What’s more, being home to some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world, including Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos, Eagle Beach in Aruba, and Crane Beach in Barbados has helped place the Caribbean islands near the top of many must-see lists.
Explore Jamaica’s breathtaking national treasures. Swim in magical Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios, sail down Dunn’s River on a lively Catamaran Cruise and top off the day with a taste of some authentic jerk chicken.
Swim, sunbathe or stroll on one of the world’s loveliest beaches, including 12-mile-long Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos or visit the world’s only conch farm. Go deep-sea fishing, or take a scenic cruise along the beautiful coastline to Little Water Cay for a view of the endangered rock iguanas.
See the water spouts of Shete Boka Park in Curaçao. Hike a stretch of the 115-mile Waitukubuli Trail through pristine mountains, waterfalls, and bubbling hot springs on Dominica, the “Nature Isle of the Caribbean.”
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