Cities for Green Travelers in Caribbean
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- 1Jamaica45 reviews
I loved my time in Ocho Rios! It's a bit strange because it is one of those ares that is definitely set up just for tourists. But it did allow you to have a taste of Jamaica even if it was a sanitized version.
- 2St. Vincent and the Grenadines1 review
Countless islands to explore while in St. Vincent.
- 3Cayman Islands1 review
- 4Puerto Rico9 reviews
I'm talking specifically about the Bay of Fajardo, which is known for its bioluminescent critters. Nighttime kayaking trips here are very common--and so, so worth it! I've been to other bioluminescent spots, but never seen it this dense and bright. It's a great outing--you have to paddle through a long, dark channel of mangroves before emerging in the bay, which ...
- 5Puerto Rico16 reviews
The Cabo Rojo lighthouse is not only historic, but has amazing views of the west coast of Puerto Rico and unobstructed sunsets.
- 6Cuba2 reviews
Nowhere else is Cuba's natural beauty more evident than it is in Baracoa, a town isolated from the rest of the island, in the most remote region of Guantanamo Province. To get here, you drive a series of steep mountain roads, overlooking the coastline. It's a challenge, but so worth it! Here you'll witness up close the Yunque mountain, with ...
- 7Puerto Rico4 reviews
Really great beach on one of the islands that belong to Puerto Rico on the east part. You will need to verify the schedule of ferry boats taking you from Fajardo. It is worth to go early in the morning and come back late in the afternoon. Perfect for a one-day trip.
- 8Puerto Rico11 reviews
Vieques is small and beautiful, mostly water activities to do, but also shopping and spas. People are friendly enough, and the food is delicious but a little pricey. Great for a family, maybe not the best for backpacking.
- 9Cuba79 reviews
A unique and impressive city. At once you can feel the opulance of the past wealth in the grand buldings, while also sensing the strife of people now as they struggle to keep cars and homes from deteriorating and earn a living in the underground economy. The Malecon is a defining characteristic of lifestyle here. I fully recommend staying in ...
- 10Jamaica42 reviews
Nice village on the coast with bars, shops and many hotels near by. All the locals are friendly and appreciate you spending your tourist cash with them.
- 11Cayman Islands56 reviews
Hmmm, idk. I went to see the dolphins & turtles and that was ok but the people were a little rude-ish. Once in the actual town though the people were like full blown rude... and there was like no bathroom anywhere!!!! Everything seemed to be pretty clean and the post office was beautiful!!
- 12The Bahamas26 reviews
So beautiful- we hired a boat captain for the day to take us snorkeling- incredible fish and coral!
- 13The Bahamas100 reviews
Nassa is a great launching spot to see the islands. The waters are turquoise and so beautiful!
- 14Puerto Rico11 reviews
One of the students gave us a tour in English for just the two of us. It's a good walk up the hill to reach the observatory, wear comfortable shoes or get a lift at the gate. It was raining on the day we went but there was a welcome overhang outside to stand under while we looked at the ...
- 15Dominican Republic76 reviews
Excellent option to relax and enjoy the Caribbean Sea.
- 16Puerto Rico1 review
Smal town with nice people.
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- 17Puerto Rico103 reviews
Skip the party at the beach and head into the center of San Juan, which is technically the oldest city under U.S. control, for an incredible spring break. The historic Old San Juan is chock-full of colorful houses, landmark attractions, and stately museums, plus plenty of restaurants serving traditional Puerto Rican Creole cooking. At night, dig into the local music ...
- 18US Virgin Islands16 reviews
""Is a little fancy island of the caribean very contfortable quiet,relaxing and peaceful, I love it ,.
- 19US Virgin Islands6 reviews
It's like Mayberry if Mayberry had alcohol, drugs, and the most beautiful beaches in the world.
- 20Curacao14 reviews
The capital city of Curacao. Think your typical "downtown". Great shopping and just walking around.