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Caribbean Island’s travel guide
The Caribbean Islands offer a rich mix of coconut palm lined white-sand beaches, tranquil coves and vibrant cities that offer holiday-makers endless possibilities for a tropical getaway. These archipelago islands are intimately tied to the sea and you will never wan to leave.
Sights and places to see in the Caribbean islands
If you think of the Caribbean you are sure to conjure up images of white-sand beaches, blue seas and tropical drinks with little colourful umbrellas, the islands offer all of this and so much more. Every island has a unique history and flavour that will suit couples and groups of friends seeking a sun-soaked holiday
Antigua and Barbuda are lively, busy islands that are easily accessible, with many international and regional connections. It is also a popular port of call for cruise ships and has magnificent sandy beaches, in long strands and isolated coves, some with good beach bars and consequently, good shopping.
Aruba is a lively island off the coast of Venezuela in the southern Caribbean
The Bahamas are hundreds of islands and cays in 15 main groups scattered to the south-east of Florida. The capital is Nassau on New Providence Island. Each Island with a different character and easily accessed from the US and some Europe cities. There are some excellent beaches and superb seas throughout; other activities depending on island are sailing, scuba, deep sea fishing, shopping & casinos.
Barbados is set in the south-eastern Caribbean, easily accessible from Europe; it has a good variety of excellent beaches and is one of the more popular of the Caribbean islands.
The Cayman Islands are three small islands in the Western Caribbean, to the south of Cuba and west of Jamaica. Low-lying and coral based, which gives them excellent scuba diving and excellent sandy beaches in some places. Grand Cayman is the main island; there is also Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.
Jamaica is a large, busy, beautiful and lively island. You will find a full range of beaches, some classic strands, others in pretty coves. Good golf courses, superb music and also colourful festivals, a strong local life and vibrant culture.
Trinidad and Tobago, TRINIDAD is a large, busy and populous island in the southern Caribbean just off the Venezuelan coast. Tobago is a low key, relatively undeveloped and friendly island with superb natural life above and below the waterline; there are very pretty beaches, some classic palm-backed Caribbean strands but also remote coves forested down to the shore;
Last updated; March, 09