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The Caribbean islands offer an amazing choice of beach vacations, high-end shopping and fascinating cultures. Stop in major ports on a luxury cruise or charter a sailboat to hop from one to another of thousands of islands. Sunbathe on vast sandy shores. Scuba and snorkel in clear waters filled with colorful fish.
Beautiful beaches are common across the region, while art, architecture, cuisine and customs vary from island to island. Appreciate the pleasing mix of cultures of the indigenous island people and descendants of European settlers.
Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao off the coast of Venezuela display Dutch influence. Have rijstaffel, a Dutch colonial meal of rice accompanied by 20 to 30 side dishes. Aruba has an unusually dry terrain, with miles of sandy beaches on the northwestern shores. Look for divi divi trees blown to the side in the region’s strong winds. Bonaire’s marine park and donkey sanctuary feature a range of wildlife. On Curacao, swim with dolphins and participate in extreme sports.
See the colorful buildings in old San Juan and the castles across the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico. St. Thomas of the U.S. Virgin Islands is a popular tour boat stop for buying diamonds and lazing on beaches. Nearby St. John is dominated by the Virgin Islands National Park, on land and in the underwater reefs. Learn about the 2,000 years of human occupants, including native Caribs, in the Salt River Bay National Historical Park on St. Croix.
For many people, Cuba has for decades been a land of mystery under Communist rule. While U.S. residents are not allowed to visit strictly for tourism, licensed visits can be arranged for various purposes. While here, see the cathedrals, squares and museums of Old Havana and visit exceptional beaches.
View the tropical plants in Hunte’s Gardens on Barbados. Dive and sample rum at a distillery on the Cayman Islands. Observe waterfalls and wildlife in the Dominican Republic. On the western side of the island, explore the Citadelle of Haiti. Golf, ride a bobsled and listen to steel drum music on Jamaica. Learn about Christopher Columbus and the native Arawaks while visiting the more than 700 islands of the Bahamas.
Most important of all, enjoy beach after beach after beach in the Caribbean region.
Formerly a convent dating from 1651, this boutique hotel is in the center of Old San Juan across from the San Juan Cathedral and two blocks from La Fortaleza, now the governor's mansion.
This hotel is located in San Juan (San Juan Antiguo), close to Museo del Nino's, Plaza de Armas, and Museo de Casa Blanca. Nearby attractions also include Museum of the Americas.
Serving as the island's social and business hub, the 288-room beachfront hotel is across from the Straw Market and 5 blocks from Parliament Square. A seaside dining village known as Arawak Cay Fish Fry is 500 yards (457 meters) west of the hotel.
Located along the water in Old San Juan, this contemporary Puerto Rico resort is across from cruise-ship piers and 3 blocks from the massive Fort San Cristóbal.
The Reef at Atlantis, Autograph Collection, located directly on a white-sand beach, is close to numerous attractions including Atlantis Aquarium, Cabbage Beach, and Aquaventure. Fort Fincastle and Prince George Wharf are nearby.
Located in the heart of Santo Domingo, this hotel is within walking distance of Amber Museum, Parque Colon, and Cathedral of Santo Domingo. Also nearby are Alcazar de Colon and National Palace.
This casual, all-junior suite property provides guests access to Atlantis and full use of their resort facilities just one block away, and two golf courses are a mile away.
These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau.