Travelers who enjoy experiencing a locale through cuisine will enjoy a visit to the foodie wonderland that is the Caribbean island of Dominica. Unlike some of its Caribbean island neighbors, the food of Dominica largely stays focused on Caribbean influence and tradition, meaning visitors get the chance to try a variety of Caribbean food prepared the way the locals grew up eating it. For those who want to experience the best cuisine Dominica has to offer, here are some tips.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines consists of 32 islands located in the southern Caribbean Sea. The islands all range in size and activities, with an island offering something for just about every interest and vacation style. However, if it’s stark Caribbean beauty you’re looking for, there are a few islands in St. Vincent and the Grenadines […]
Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge is a government protected animal and nature sanctuary in the US Virgin Islands, situated on Buck Island about two miles south of St Thomas. It is controlled by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The island has a rocky shoreline encasing 45 acres, which is predominately grassland with some thorn shrubs and cacti mixed in. Visitors to Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge can explore various aspects of the park.
St. Thomas is an island. A beautiful Caribbean island, but an island. And being an island, one would think that there’s little here to plunder and thus little incentive to raid and capture an island. Far be that from the truth, however, and the lesser Antilles, St. Thomas specifically, have seen plenty of their share of tumult and turmoil. And that may be, but every cloud has a silver lining as they say, and in this instance, the silver lining of St. Thomas’s history lies in, well, it’s history, for there’s plenty to do and see on St. Thomas, and you need only look to get more than your fair dose of history here. Take, for instance, the fortresses of St. Thomas.
The lesser Antilles are, technically speaking, a vast swath of an undersea mountain range whose tips just barely poke through the top of the water. An amazing geographical feat, these little cays and atolls are, perhaps, the best in the world when it comes to idyllic tropical escapes. What makes the Cayman Islands such a great place to visit is its friendly, easy-going vibe, the spectacular beauty of its beaches, and the stunning crystal clear nature of the water. If you’ve come to the Cayman Islands looking for some fun in the sun, you’ve found it – there are plenty of great things to do in the Cayman Islands that will get your heart pumping and your skin tan.
Some people think that the Caribbean just isn’t a good place for nightlife. Clearly these people haven’t been to Foxy’s on Jost van Dyke or been to a “jump up” on St. Lucia. There are good times to be had that don’t have anything to do with the outdoor activities when the sun’s shining. If you’re out in St. Lucia and looking for something fun to do, you undoubtedly have your options. But if the sun is setting over that rippling Caribbean and you’ve got a hankering for some drinks, dancing, and good times, read on, friend.
The Caribbean has a beck and call like few other places on earth. From the tales of pirates on the high seas, to the pristine and unbelievably clear blue water to the warm weather and sunsets that seem to stretch on for hours, romance is part and partial to any Caribbean vacation. So if you’re headed to the BVI and looking for love, you’ve come to the right place.
Grenada is a nature lover’s dream and the Caribbean island attracts many visitors who love the outdoors and traversing the land of a new destination. Much of Grenada’s natural appeal can be found at the beach, but there are a few other destinations around and near Grenada that you can’t miss to truly experience the natural side of Grenada.
Bonaire is a Caribbean paradise. Home to miles of unspoiled sand, this Caribbean island is one of the hottest destinations for those seeking to get away and soak up some serious beach time. But what also makes Bonaire a great Caribbean destination is that there is always something interesting to do. Don’t believe me? Here are some ways to spend two great days in Bonaire.