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Antigua (ahn TEE guh) is a hub and capital, in a sense, of the six British Leeward Islands.  Becoming an independent nation in 1981, the country…

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Dry, hot, sunny beaches of sand extend along seven miles of beach on the island’s southwestern coast.  Aruba offers plenty of water sports…

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The Islands of the Bahamas (buh HAH muhz) are perhaps unlike any other destination in the Caribbean.  The islands have a wide range of features:…

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Barbados (bahr BAY dohz) lies out in the Atlantic, 100 miles east of its neighbors in the southern crescent of the Windward Islands. For years it has…

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Belize (beh LEEZ) is a tiny English-speaking country on the east coast of Central America on the Caribbean Sea. It was known as British Honduras for more…

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Bermuda lies in the Atlantic Ocean, 600 miles due east of North Carolina and more than 1,000 miles from the Caribbean. More important, this beautiful…

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Few sights in the Caribbean are as emblematic of a place as is the Dutch architecture along Curaçao’s downtown waterfront. The island'…

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Grand Cayman

Translucent water, abundant marine life, fascinating shipwrecks, wind-ing sea tunnels, and a brilliantly colored reef wall plunging to depths of 6,000…

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Jamaica (juh May kuh) is the third-largest island in the Caribbean and almost the size of Connecticut. Jamaica offers the visitor a wide variety of vacation…

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La Romana

La Romana is the third-largest city in the Dominican Republic with a population estimated in 2005 at 250,000.  This town is characterized by its…

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Puerto Plata

Puerto Plata is sometimes called the Amber Coast because of the large deposits found here, the north coast hold more than 17,000 of the country’…

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Puerto Rico

A true delight for the senses, Puerto Rico is the perfect blend of colonial Spanish culture, natural beauty and contemporary lifestyles. Immerse yourself…

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Punta Cana

Though it is less than two hours northeast of La Romana, Punta Cana is a separate destination and tourist zone.  Twenty-five years ago this area…

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Sint Maarten/Saint Martin

French St. Martin/Dutch Sint  Maarten is an island for today's vacationers-on-the-go, those who like to keep busy for the whole week (or longer…

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St. Croix

St. Croix (saint KROI), the largest of the Virgin Islands, lies 40 miles south of St. Thomas. The island's west end is lush with rain forests of mahogany…

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St. Kitts

An uncrowded, unspoiled respite in the Caribbean, St. Kitts offers its natural beauty like a welcome mat for first-time and returning visitors alike.…

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St. Lucia

Few islands can match St. Lucia’s (saint LOO shuh) lush greenery, whose beauty invites comparisons to Tahiti, Fiji, and other islands of the South…

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St. Thomas

St. Thomas offers fabulous resorts, renowned duty-free shopping, gorgeous beaches, championship golf and non-stop nightlife. With its mountainous terrain…

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Turks and Caicos

Turks & Caicos is the ultimate up and escape – where delicious impeccable waters and palm-fringed beaches seem to go on forever.The delicate…

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The Caribbean Sea is by far North America's number-one warm-weather international destination. Millions of visitors enjoy its abundance of sun, sea, and sand.

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