Local Grenadians are friendly, and many have dark bronze skin, green eyes and are of African descent with a Scottish heritage. Americans remember the U.S. invasion of Grenada in 1983.
Curacao is an excellent island for diving, gambling, local food, history, archaeology buffs.
It's worth a trip during Carnival when hundreds of thousands of people dance at dawn through the streets for joyvert (jouvay).
Calypso is the national music of Trinidad, and Limbo is the national dance. Hundreds of years ago, when a family member died, the Limbo bar started low, and slowly raised to help the soul of the deceased reach heaven.
Somewhere along the way, the Limbo bar changed direction, and turned into the world's most popular beach party game.
Each Caribbean Island is Distinctively Different
Beach sand colors range from Coral, Peach, Pink, Rose, Brown, Beige, and unique Black sand.
Some islands are Lush and Tropical; while other islands are Dry, and look like a Desert landscape.
St Lucia is one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean.
Visit our St Lucia page for more info, island tours, and links to popular St Lucia Hotels
A nature lovers paradise with rainforests, towering mountains, lush rain forests, many coves and bays, towering waterfalls, and rivers. The islands boasts being the second largest producer of nutmeg in \the world.
St. George, the capital, is one of the loveliest cities in the Caribbean. Great diving sites on both Grenada and sister island Carriacou.
Antigua's sister island, Barbuda is remote, does not have many hotels, but plenty of rare sea birds. Barbuda has an extremely large western harbor.
Antigua - Pronounced An-tee'ga)
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 has lots of natural harbors and beaches. Beach lovers flock to the soft powder sand beaches, enjoy warm, steady tradewinds and numerous secluded coves.
Curacao - (Pronounced cure-uh-sow)
If you think you know the Caribbean, then Curacao will definitely be a difference experience.
This is a Dutch Caribbean island which looks like Northern Europe in a tropical Southern Caribbean setting.
Willemstad, the capital of Curacao, is one of prettiest cities in the Caribbean with its famous waterfront of colorful gingerbread houses.
The buildings are in pastel shades, and the architecture can only be compared to Amsterdam canal style.
A floating pedestrian bridge opens to let the cruise ships dock downtown. The bridge is illuminated at night with fairy lights. The Dutch definitely left their influence in the capital city of Curacao.
Multi-cultured people from 55 different countries call the island home. Curacao is located 50 miles from Venezula coast.
With over 70 diving sites, Curacao is a long time favorite with Europeans, and is just becoming noticed by Americans.
Most of the beaches are man made, especially at hotels.
The island of Trinidad has lots of varied wildlife, 200 feet trees, rainforests, beautiful birds, butterflies and exotic animals.
The island of Trinidad is an interesting mix of people from all over the world, with African and Indian making up most of the population.
Tobago is a popular destination of the rich and famous looking for seclusion.
Diving is a popular sport on the island with over 30 pristine reefs. You will not find much nightlife on the quiet island of Tobago.
The sister island of Trinidad, Tobago is quiet and peaceful with fine beaches, and few places for lodging.