Islands of the Caribbean
What islands to visit in the Caribbean; what to know about islands in the Caribbean
All Caribbean Islands - Names and Locations
When most people talk about "the Caribbean" they think of specific islands, like Jamaica or St. Lucia or Barbados. But many don't realize that the Caribbean region actually has over 100 main islands plus thousands of small islets and cays! How many can you name?
Antigua - and the Admiral
Delightful Antigua was once the bane of Admiral Nelson's existence. Too bad he didn't have the chance to see the 21st century paradise this island has become.
Antigua - Family Getaway
You and your family deserve a glorious break in sun-filled, fun-filled Antigua.
Aruba - An Island of Festivals
Do you need a reason to visit Aruba? Probably not. With Aruba’s identity of being "one happy island," it is a terrific place to be any time of the year. But, if you need a reason, here are a baker’s dozen of fun-filled events.
Bahamas - Hideaways
Discover the delights of private homes and little-known destinations for an exclusive and elegant getaway.
Bahamas - Refreshing Spanish Wells
First discovered by Spanish sailors this charming island north of Eleuthera is everything you could want in an island escape.
Barbados - Goodness, Graciousness!
Barbados is a bastion of British tradition in the Caribbean with more than a little twist of tropical flair.
Bermuda - Life's a Beach
Bermuda was once the domain of bespectacled bridge-players drinking tea and perhaps indulging in a rousing game of golf. No more. Bermuda is for the young and lively, and almost no place suits that crowd better than 9 Beaches.
Bermuda - Shorts
The islands of Bermuda, Britain’s oldest colony and home to the ever present knee-length Bermuda shorts, lies about 650 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in the Atlantic Ocean. A favorite spot for honeymooners and bridge players this intriguing island group will steal our hearts away.
Cayman Islands - Financial Center, Scuba Haven
Grand Cayman is not your typical Caribbean island. But its little sister islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, are. So which should you visit? The answer, of course, depends on what you’re looking for.
Cayman Islands - Stingray City
Dive or snorkel the world´s best 12 foot dive, Stingray City, Cayman Islands.
Jamaica - Music, Sun and No Worries
Jamaica, mon! It's where the music is. And where you can spend a laid back time in lush tropical beauty with "no worries!"
Kingston, Jamaica - A Capital Idea
700 miles south of Miami is the third largest of the Caribbean islands - Jamaica. The island is a natural beauty with jungle clad mountains, rushing rivers, waterfalls and beautiful beaches. Christopher Columbus was credited with saying “this is the fairest island that eyes have beheld.”
Montserrat - Unique Caribbean Island
Looking for a unique island adventure in the Caribbean? Try Montserrat! All the usual tropical advantages plus the unique aspects of an active volcano to view and learn about.
St. Lucia - Spring Break Without Insanity
Do you feel the need to escape the winter cold and grayness? Do you want a tropical spring break but hesitate because you want peace and quiet - not sharing your beach with a thousand over-indulging college students? Try Saint Lucia!
St. Martin - Cosmopolitan Caribbean Island
The Dutch and French have shared the beautiful island of St. Martin for hundreds of years; and the combination of their cultures with the Caribbean culture has created a vibrant and entertaining atmosphere.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (on BellaOnline´s Adventure Living site)
Check out this wonderful article written by Candyce Stapen, BellaOnline´s Adventure Living editor
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