One of the oldest cities of the Caribbean, Santo Domingo serves as the capital of the Republic of Dominica. The city is an incredible attraction majorly due to the Zona Colonial which is not only walled but also has cobblestoned old core and also features buildings that date way back to the 1500s. The Cathedral…

A Caribbean country, Grenada is a nation that is made up of a main island which is also called Grenada and six smaller islands that surrounds it. The mainland which is also very hilly has got rich nutmeg plantations. This is also the site of St. Georges, its capital, a city that is home to…

A British territory, Bermuda is an island located in the North Atlantic, just off Eastern United States. The island is a renowned stop for cruise ships probably due to its opulent beaches which are donned with pink sand. The blend of American and British culture in the island has made it really famous in various…

St. Martin which is a portion of the kingdom of Netherlands is a nation found on the Southern section of the Caribbean island that is shared with a French overseas collectivity known as Saint Martin. The island is a very prominent docking port for cruise ships touring the Caribbean region. It retains its place as…

Bonaire is Netherland’s island municipality and it is situated off the coast of Venezuela in Southern Caribbean. The island has a coast that is lined with reefs, a feature that has contributed largely to its acclamation as a snorkeling and diving destination. The Bonaire National Marine Park provides protection to the coast and is one…

Referred to by the native population as Wadadli or Waladli, Antigua is an island found in West Indies. In the Caribbean expanse, Antigua is among the Leeward Islands and is Antigua and Barbuda’s main island. Antigua and Barbuda gained its independence in 1981. Antigua is Spanish for ancient. St. Johns is its capital and it…

Tucked on the Caribbean coast of the Dominican Republic, La Romana is a tourist hotspot in the Caribbean region. The city is also used as a gateway to the resort areas that are located close by. The city is home to Altos de Chavon which overlooks the Chavon River and is a 16th century re-created…

Bordered to the east by the Caribbean Sea, Costa Maya is a tiny tourist destination in the state of Quintana Roo of Mexico. The area is still largely undeveloped but is coming u pretty fast due to the large pier hat has been constructed to accommodate cruise ships. Two small villages namely Mahahual and Xclak…

San Juan is the largest city in Puerto Rico and also serves as its capital. It is situated on the Atlantic Coast of the island and is well renowned for docking of cruise ships. The city has got some pretty wide beach fronts. Isla Verde resort strip for instance is widely known for luxurious bars,…

Tucked in the Caribbean coast of Colombia, Cartagena is a modern port city that is famed for docking of cruise ships. It is home to Old Town, a stunning walled town found in its core. In the town, there are numerous points of interest. 16th century plaza’s, conspicuous colonial buildings and cobblestone streets are what…

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