Caribbean

Bahamas

You’re strolling along a soft, white beach, with an exotic drink in hand and thousands of miles of clear, blue ocean separating yourself from the stresses of work and life...

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Barbados

Want to unleash your inner pirate? Barbados offers a diverse selection of tropical adventures. No, you can’t sack towns or raid ships – but there are plenty of treasures to be explored at this Southeastern Caribbean island. And by treasures, we mean wrecks. Welcome to wreck-diving heaven.

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Bonaire

From the place names to the pastel-colored buildings of the capital city, Kralendijk, the Dutch influence of hundreds of years is everywhere here. Blend in and stir Caribbean, Latin American and…

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Cayman Islands

Some swear that when Neptune was creating his underwater masterpiece, he broke the proverbial mold when he created this Caribbean Eden. The islands of Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac...

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Cuba

Cuba lies between the Atlantic to the North and the Caribbean to the South. It has traditionally been quieter than many Caribbean islands because of the difficulties of getting here from America....

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Curacao

Diving here on this island, a little north from the shores of Venezuela, brings new meaning to the phrase “Dutch treat.” Curacao is part of the Netherlands Antilles and is the “C” in the…

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Dominica

Dominica is an island nation in the Lesser Antilles region of the Caribbean Sea, south-southeast of Guadeloupe and northwest of Martinique. It has been nicknamed the "Nature Isle of the Caribbean"...

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Saba

About 150 species of fish have been found in Saba’s waters. A main draw for divers are the pinnacle dive sites, where magma pushed through the sea floor to create underwater towers of volcanic...

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St. Croix

Dive into America’s paradise here on one of her Virgin Islands. St. Croix is an unpretentious, arid island home to history and some very impressive, yet underrated diving. One of the most...

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St. Eustatius

Unaffected by regional tourism trends and fads St Eustatius is not your average Caribbean island, so just close your eyes and imagine the Caribbean about 25 or 30 years ago. Clean, unhurried and…

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St. Lucia

She lies in the Lesser Antilles, in the waters of the Eastern Caribbean, near where the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean intersect. After the British and French wrested control of the volcanic...

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Tobago

Here, just a touch north touch north of Venezuela, where the North Atlantic Ocean and Southern Caribbean Sea intertwine, an undisturbed, volcanic jewel is surrounded by turquoise waters. She’s a…

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Turks & Caicos

Divers lavish their attention on a trio of islands that make up this British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean. The islands – Grand Turk, Providenciales and Salt Cay – are like many others...

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