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The Caribbean is the perfect romantic getaway. Explore the romantic Caribbean where waterfalls, rain forests and ruins
appear from out of the blue.


Much of this exotic island gleams with an extraordinary beauty,
especially the east coast, with its surf-carved rock formations and
deserted beaches. For an afternoon of pure relaxation, head to Aruba's
west coast, where non-stop sunshine, soft white sands and aquamarine
waters reign. It's variety of nightlife, activities, world-class dining,
and cultural attractions make it a great escape for all kinds of vacations.


With its picturesque rolling hills and endless expanse of white sand
beaches, Barbados is the exotic island getaway. Investigate Harrison's
Cave, with its bubbling streams and cascading waterfalls. Caves in
Barbados come in all shapes and sizes, some even have trams. Visit
Mount Gay Rum Factory, where you can taste the island's famous rum.

Grand Cayman Islands

Endless stretches of white sand await you along Grand Cayman's
Seven Mile Beach. For many visitors, few adventures compare to snorkel
excursions to Stingray Sandbar or an experienced dive to the "West Wall"
with its abundant marine life.


Montego Bay, visit her outstanding underwater marine park at Cornwall
Beach. Explore the Chester Castle Great House set on some 200 acres,
or tour Rose Hall, a restored plantation house. In Ocho Rios, visit Shaw
Park gardens for a fascinating view, overflowing with fragrant flora and
refreshing waterfalls. You can enjoy a refreshing trek through Dunn's
River Falls - one of the most celebrated attractions in the Caribbean.

St. Croix / St. Lucia

St. Croix is the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands and home to
Carambola Golf Club, a world famous championship golf course. Old
plantation windmills dot the landscape, and the island's Dutch heritage
can be found in the towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted.

St. Lucia is a paradise in the Caribbean, with its lush forests and
sprawling banana plantations. For dramatic scenery, head south where
the twin peaks of the Pitons are a stunning backdrop to the Caribbean
Sea. Take in the charming French atmosphere of Castries, the capital

San Juan / St. Martin

San Juan is rich with Spanish tradition. Enjoy San Juan's lively
nightlife in one of the city's several casinos or nightclubs. Hike through
the El Yunque Rain Forest, sample the fiery rum made here, or indulge
in an icy treat made from fresh tropical fruit and enjoy the Caribbean

St. Martin is one of the most popular Caribbean islands. It is
distinguished by its peaceful Colonial capital on the northern coast,
where you'll also find excellent golf and tennis facilities at Mullet Bay
resort. Philipsburg, the Dutch capital, is to the south.

St. Kitts / St. John

St. Kitts is a mellow island and home to beautiful uncrowded beaches,
lush rain forests and historic ruins. Visit the capital city of Basseterre with
its Victorian architecture or enjoy a ride on the exciting new "Sugar
Train" which circles most of the island.

St. John has a beach for each day of the year. This island is a water
lover's delight. Take in the natural wonder of St. John's National Park as
you snorkel and swim amidst a kaleidoscope of coral and sea life.

St. Thomas

One of the most beautiful beaches in the world is Magen's Bay Resort,
where you will enjoy turquoise waters and glistening white sand. Explore
St. Thomas from underwater with a helmet dive at Coral World or a
submarine dive near Buck Island. Play golf at Mahogany Run, a
magnificent 18-hole, par-70 course.

Tortola BVI

The largest of the British Virgin Islands, Tortola is still peaceful and
spectacularly beautiful. Spend an afternoon at Smuggler's Cove or Cane
Garden Bay. Afterwards, stroll through Road Town, the island's capital
city, for your choice of top-notch restaurants and shops.

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