Seven Caribbean Islands
By Conor Doherty | Published on May 15, 2014
Seven Caribbean Islands
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Looking for a place to relax and unwind, not too far from the states? Then check out the Caribbean! Here’s a look into some of our favorite islands.

Aruba

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Aruba has a little something for everyone. Not only does it provide great family fun, but it also has a great nightlife scene. Its landscape is unlike other Caribbean islands, as it doesn’t have many forests. Adding to the entertainment, Aruba is home to the annual Electric Festival, the biggest music festival in the Caribbean, held every September.

Puerto Rico

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Puerto Rico is one of the most famous islands in the Caribbean and for good reason. It’s filled with several types of beaches, delicious restaurants and seemingly countless historical sites, cant forget it’s amazing nightlife too. Making travel easier for United States citizens, passports aren’t needed to visit this gorgeous island. Puerto Rico has everything one could
possibly need on vacation, and has something to offer all ages.

Antigua

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Antigua, located right next to Bermuda, is one of the smallest islands in the Caribbean, but there is nothing small about the vacation experience here. Quietly (or ironically not) it’s starting to develop the reputation of a “party island,” perfect for anyone looking for a good time. It’s also home to over 100 beaches, so finding a relaxing spot on the sand will be a breeze. Gamblers will not be bored either, Antigua also has several casinos continuing the party vibe.

Barbados

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Barbados is home to one of the Caribbean’s most amazing attractions, Harrison’s Cave. This formation is truly something special and shouldn’t be missed on any vacation here. With spectacular beaches, several breathtaking sights and an affordable price tag, a trip to Barbados will not disappoint for any type of travel.

Anguilla

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If you’re looking for a more of a quit experience then Anguilla is the island for you. Boasting a less touristy atmosphere, it provides visitors with a calm, authentic vibe. Over 30 beaches wrap around Anguilla giving all an open spot to kick back and relax.

St. John

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St. John offers one of the best snorkeling spots in the world, so this is the perfect spot for any thrill seeker. Coming at a great price too, allows travelers to opportunity of saving some money, compared to other Caribbean islands. The main attraction of this island (for Americans) is the fact that it’s part of the U.S. Virgin Islands, so you can leave your passports at home.

Bermuda

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Another name for Bermuda would be, “a golfer’s paradise”. Whether you’re a first timer or play every day, Bermuda is a great place to work on your game. It’s plethora of world-class courses are stunning and will make you never want to leave. Still heavily influenced by the U.K. and is one of more elegant islands.

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Conor Doherty

By: Conor Doherty | Published on May 15, 2014

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