Picture your perfect island: If the vision encompasses long gleaming beaches, almost any imaginable water-sports activity, a familiar and friendly infrastructure, and easy access from major American gateways, place Aruba high on your list. With its array of duty-free shops and casinos, the island is a favorite port for cruise ships, but visitors also lodge here to take advantage of upscale restaurants, lively nightclubs, and some of the best windsurfing in the world.
One of the Caribbean’s most iconic destinations, a legendary and unique island with a moderate climate and a landscape that ranges from tropical rainforest and soaring mountains to rolling meadowland and dramatic coastlines. Jamaica is a land of adventure, sophistication, and elegance. Along with the Caribbean’s best sun, sand and sea, this destination has an intriguing history that has created one people out of many and a culture that is unmistakably Jamaican.
Sprawling across more than half of Hispaniola, the second-largest Caribbean island, the Dominican Republic abounds with vacation options. Active adventurers might seek out canyoning and windsurfing opportunities. Hikers can scale Pico Duarte, the Caribbean’s highest mountain at 10,000 feet, while strollers can shuffle along 1,000 miles of sublime coastline. For cultural immersion, history buffs can take a step back in time in the centuries-old capital, Santo Domingo. Wherever you go, you’ll hear the infectious sounds of merengue, the national music and dance.
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