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Cruise the Caribbean

The islands of the Caribbean are a long, expansive archipelago defining the border between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

The indigenous Arawak Indians were the original inhabitants, supplanted by the more aggressive, Caribs, the tribe in place when the first Spanish explorers discovered the islands for westerners. As each island was in turn colonized by a different European country, British, Spanish, Dutch, French or Portuguese, and slavery introduced to farm, original and highly diverse cultures arose. Today, the colorful legacy of that history is alive in the music, art, architecture and language of the Caribbean Islands.

The geography of each island is unique: some are near deserts and very arid, while others boast mountainous rain forests. The sub-tropical latitudes of the Caribbean provide nearly year-round good weather. The late summer and fall months are at times interrupted by strong storm systems crossing the Atlantic from Africa bringing with them those most powerful of storms, hurricanes.

As one might expect, activities in the Caribbean are largely water oriented - scuba and snorkeling, swimming, boating and fishing. Golf has a strong foothold as does everyone's favorite pastime at some point - lying on the beach, staring at the ocean and just sitting still.

Ports & Cities...

Basseterre, St. Kitts
A lush, verdant island, St. Kitts is the larger of the twin-island nation, andit remains a naturally unassuming, uncrowded destination that is a true gem in the Caribbean crown.

Bridgetown, Barbados
Barbados has been dubbed 'the real fantasy island,' an appellation that points to its exotic resorts and glorious beaches.

Castries, St. Lucia St. Lucia is indeed a Caribbean dream: a small, lush tropical gem of an island that is still relatively unknown and undeveloped.

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Combining natural beauty with first-rate amenities, St. Thomas offers numerous activities on and off the water, fine hotels and international cuisine.

Cozumel, Mexico
Cozumelhas exceptional coral gardens and spectacular reef drop-offs offering legendary snorkelling and the best diving in Mexico, ranking as one of the top five dive destinations in the world.

George Town, Grand Cayman
The natural attractions are enough to draw the crowds to George Town, however, with the coral reefs, clear waters and sandy beaches offering the chance to try out any watersport imaginable.

Key West, Florida
Watching a splendid sunset while dining al fresco on delectable seafood at one of 250 or so restaurants is but one of the pleasures in store for visitors to the USA's most southernmost city, Key West.

Montego Bay, Jamaica
The north coast of Jamaica is the island's popular 'Riviera' area, and at the centre of this resort paradise is Montego Bay, known affectionately as 'MoBay' to locals and regular visitors.

Ocho Rios, Jamaica
There is plenty to see and do in between bathing and sun-worshipping on the magnificent beaches, from climbing up waterfalls to horseback riding through sugar cane plantations.

Oranjestad, Aruba
Although shoppers will find central Oranjestad packed with boutiques, shopping complexes and glitzy 24-hour casinos, it is possible to escape this tourist zone and discover the more authentic town.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten
St. Maarten is an eastern Caribbean island divided with two sovereign states, France and the Netherlands - you can sunbathe in the French/St Martin during the day,then dine in the Dutch/St. Maarten in the evening.

Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
Many cruise liners come to Costa Ricato allow passengers the chance to take excursions, and independent travellers come here from San Jose touse Puerto Limon as a base for exploring the coast.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan has the pristine beaches, tropical climate, crystal-blue sea and coconut palms characteristic of its counterparts, along with its unmistakable Spanish colonial heritage.

Willemstad, Curacao
Curaco is an ideal holiday destination for underwater lovers, as the excellent visibility, warm water, active reef conservation and variety of dive and snorkelling sites ranks the island among the most popular dive locations in the Caribbean.

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