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The Caribbean is one of the favorite destinations so it is a logical choice to feature it for the premiere destination it is! Check out the unique islands, suggested activities and the favorite resorts and make the Caribbean vacation a favorite of yours as well!

Anguilla is a warm and welcoming family friendly, island destination tucked away in the northern Caribbean. Embraced by unrivaled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas, Anguilla is casual and easy with a unique blend of high style and low-key elegance and the best of the good life set to a slow and casual island tempo.

Admiral Horatio Nelson established Great Britain's most important Caribbean military base as a way to "hide" his sailing fleet from the enemy. But now, no one wants to hide from one of the Caribbean's premier vacation destinations. They want to experience the warm steady winds, enjoy the complex coastline of safe harbors and the protected nearly unbroken wall of coral reef surrounding the islands of Antigua and Barbuda.

An adventure in Aruba is most often found in the discovery of the unexpected. Aruba is home to more than 80 nationalities and has long held the position of being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean.

The moment your toes touch sand and your gaze meets water, you will know you're in the Bahamas. It's finding that your departure from everyday life is also your arrival at an extraordinary place. The Bahamas Islands are the perfect place to kick back, stroll through forts, plantations and remote villages, cool off while exploring caves and standing before the "Fountain of Youth".

The calendar of events is brimming with exciting opportunities and un-forgettable experiences. Music festivals, sporting events, culinary affairs and performing arts abound on the island. Whether it’s a cricket match at the famed grounds of Kensington Oval or a Food & Wine festival in the heart of Bridgetown, every day brings something new to discover in Barbados. This island offers plenty art, activities, night life, music, history and some of the best restaurants to be found anywhere.

The "Jewel of the Atlantic," Bermuda is so popular with tourist due to its proximity to the United States. It is less than two hours away from most eastern US airports. With our incomparable weather, pink sand beaches, breadth of historic sites and warm, friendly people, it's no wonder Condé Nast Traveler readers have voted Bermuda "Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic" 17 times since 1994.

The British Virgin Islands are made up of more than 60 islands, some of which are uninhabited and some are designated as National Parks, all begging to be explored. Striking coral reefs surround the island, including the Eastern Caribbean’s third largest continuous reef, Horseshoe Reef.

The Grand Cayman Islands comprise of: The Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman Islands. The largest Island, The Grand Cayman is home to the world famous Seven Mile Beach often rated as one of the most beautiful beaches and the least populated in all the Caribbean. It is on Grand Cayman that you will find some of the most popular Caribbean activities, attractions, and festivals, including the popular Pirates Week and the colorful and exciting Batabano.

What makes Curacao special among Caribbean islands? It’s rich cultural heritage and hospitality. The heritage is both European and African representing more than 50 nationalities. The best part of exploring Curacao is that it feels undiscovered, like an exclusive hideaway.

The visitor who is "eco-tourist" sensitive will love a vacation to Dominica. Not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, Dominica is small, intimate unspoilt beauty. It's a diver's dream and hiker's paradise. It's the trail head to adventure and discovery, unlike any other Caribbean destination. From volcanic peaks, boiling waters and underwater champagne springs, sparkling waterfalls, rushing streams and rainforest canopies this Islands has black sand beaches to enjoy.

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