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Anguilla is a flat island, and is located about five miles from St/Maarten/St Martin. Day trips to St Maarten/St Martin, and the neighbor islands of Saba and St Barts can be easily arranged.
Antigua, the largest Leeward island with a protective coral reef wall surrounding the island.Good transportation links with other islands makes Antigua a regional and international hub. Antigua offers sailing, diving and plenty of watersports. The island has a deep indented shoreline offering coast to coast dive sites, and is well known to snorkelers and divers.
The flat landscape on the island of Aruba can be compared to the Arizona desert. Here you'll find cactus everywhere, very little rainfall, and cooling easterly tradewinds. The brilliant blue water against the desert landscape makes for an interesting contrast. South America can be seen from the island as Aruba is located just 15 miles north of Venezuela.
Nassau, Cable Beach, Paradise Island and The Bahama-Out-Islands also known as the Bahamas Family Islands
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The British Virgin Islands (BVI) consists of approximately 60 islands - of which only 15 are inhabited. Many of the inhabited islands are national parks. It's quite easy getting around BVI by ferry
The Caymans consist of three island chains  Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The Cayman Islands are located northwest of Jamaica, and south of Miami and the island of Cuba
Curacao is a Dutch Caribbean island which looks like Northern Europe in a tropical Southern Caribbean setting. Multi-cultured people from 55 different countries call the island home. Curacao is located 50 miles from Venezula coast. Curacao is an excellent choice for divers, gambling, diverse choice in local cuisine, and for those who are archaeology and history buffs
The island also boasts a boiling volcanic lake, and much of the land on the island has remained untouched and preserved. This is the Nature Island of the Caribbean, and the people of Dominica are very serious about keeping their island clean, and free from over development
The island of Hispaniola is the second largest island in the Caribbean chain, and is home to two countries - The Dominican Republic and Haiti
Jamaica is third largest island in the Caribbean and one of the most popular tourists destinations. The island offers visitors a wide variety of options depending on which area of the island you choose.
The island of Puerto Rico is a popular Caribbean destination. Puerto Rico moves to a Latin beat, and is a combination of a relaxing vacation destination, and a high powered city life. There are over 5 million residents, and the island is located about 1,000 miles from the city of Miami
Bermuda is located approximately 570 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Known for its infamous pink sand beaches, Bermuda is not technically in the Caribbean as it sits directly in the Atlantic ocean.
Saba (pronounced "SAY-ba") is an eco-tourist destination boasting plenty of hiking trails, over 25 excellent diving sites, and Humpback whales can be seen anually during March/April. The island is extremely clean, and you will not find liter anywhere
Montserrat is known as the ‘Emerald Isle’ of the Caribbean
St Lucia looks as if it belongs in the South Pacific. The Caribbean Sea is Royal Blue, and the most famous landmark in the Caribbean - the majestic Pitons greet you at every turn. You'll find exotic, black sand beaches, numerous tropical birds, plants and exotic flowers
This is the smallest island in the world that is divided into two sovereign nations - half is Dutch, and the other half is French. St Martin is a dependency of Guadeloupe, and an overseas department of France. St Maarten is part of the Netherland Antilles, which is part of the kingdom of the Netherlands
St Kitts and Nevis offer visitors privacy in a tropical environment, along with the West Indian culture from many centuries ago. The pace is very slow and laid back - even more so than other Caribbean island cultures
Trinidad is known for invention. Carnival, Steel Pan and Calypso all orginated there. Calypso is the national music, Limbo is the national dance, and Steel Pan is the national instrument. It's worth a trip to the island during Carnival when hundreds of thousands of people dance at dawn through the streets for joyvert (jouvay)
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Barbados has some of the best Caribbean Beaches, Finest Hotels/ Resorts, World Class Restaurants, and the constant cooling trade winds blowing from off the coast of Africa.Barbados has something for everyone, and a few surprises, like Flying Fish, Green Monkeys and Whistling Frogs
Bequia, Mayrou, Tobago Cays, Palm Island, Mustique, and Petit St. Vincent - These islands are amoung a chain of 32 islands that make up St Vincent and the Grenadines
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