Cities for Outdoor Enthusiasts in Caribbean
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- 1Puerto Rico13 reviews
The excursion itself was a trip to Vieques for dinner, then going over to Mosquito Bay (aptly named) for a bioluminescent experience. We didn't get to see much of Vieques except riding around in the van, and the catamaran ride up. But that, in and of itself, was so worth it. The little town of Vieques is so cute!
- 2Puerto Rico9 reviews
We went snorkeling with East Island Adventures off the shore of Fajardo. The snorkeling was great, as was the turquoise water.
- 3The Bahamas100 reviews
I always enjoy Nassau and always find something new and different to do there. Atlantis, Cable Beach, a ride on a bus to the local mall, shopping, snorkeling. Never a shortage of things to do here. Hire a boat driver for a few hours too.
- 4Dominican Republic76 reviews
Punta Cana, on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, has golden-sand beaches. The resorts are spread out along the coast of the green countryside with mountains in the background. Beautiful.
- 5Jamaica45 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.
- 6Puerto Rico3 reviews
We loved the area, with quaint shops and restaurants nearby. El Yunque Rainforest was also nearby, and ended up being our favorite spot.
- 7St. Lucia5 reviews
Don't be fooled by the machete. This guy was really cool.
- 8St. Vincent and the Grenadines2 reviews
This private island is the choice retreat of the Royal family, most recently Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The 3 x 1.5 mile island is renowned for its wild 70s hedonism, a legacy continued at world-famous Basil’s Bar. Cotton House, the sole full-service hotel, boasts an impressive guest book of celebrity signatures. 17 suites span 13 acres, neighbouring mansions of ...
- 9Puerto Rico3 reviews
Culebra is a small island off the East Coast of Puerto Rico. Access by ferry from the less - than - awesome Fajardo Ferry Terminal, several ferries/day, or by plane from Fajardo or San Juan. Mellow, low key, less popular than Vieques and therefore less crowded. Everyone gets around by jeep, scooter, or golf cart. Lots of water activities, laying ...
- 10Barbados2 reviews
Great area to stay in Barbados that's easy to get around from, walking distance to beautiful beaches,shopping, A huge supermarket, beach bars...even a sports bar, low end to high end restaurants and a new little outside shopping area with a place for a good cup of coffee...not easy to find on Barbados...
- 11Cuba43 reviews
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- 12Saint Martin / Sint Maarten9 reviews
Duty free city. Shopping paradise. Have 3 to 5 cruise ships at the port daily. Front street, Old street and boardwalk on Great Bay are a must to visit
- 13Cuba2 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 ...
- 14Trinidad and Tobago1 review
Castara is a laid-back fishing village with a few guesthouses and cafes. The beach is set under a a rainforest-clad mountain. The town is a real fishing village which would subsist without tourism. The snorkeling is OK, but the beach is quite nice.
- 15Turks and Caicos Islands3 reviews
Set on a private island, Parrot Cay is as synonymous with luxury as it is with Turks and Caicos. The world-renowned spa sanctuary is the height of pampering, where your co-residents will likely be regular A-listers such as Donna Karan, Bruce Willis and Sir Paul McCartney. 1,000 acres of lush grounds are the playground of the elite. Whitewashed suites glisten ...
- 16St. Vincent and the Grenadines1 review
Countless islands to explore while in St. Vincent.
- 17British Virgin Islands2 reviews
Guana Island is a private Island in the British Virgin Islands. Paradise perfection!
- 18Cayman Islands12 reviews
Seven Mile Beach is just that: a white sand beach along the western coast of the island. Much of it is controlled by hotels along the way, but you can get day passes. It's great for swimming and there are plenty of concessions nearby.
- 19Cuba3 reviews
Amazing valley with mogotes (interesting caves with water inside) & tobacco fields... I enjoyed spending 2 days 1 night here... Hotel los Jasminas is a very unique location to enjoy the nature...
- 20Cayman Islands1 review