You Can Do Seven Interesting Things In The Caribbean

St. Lucia Mountain Climbing

The Pitons, near Choiseul and Soufrière, are St. Lucia's iconic symbol, yet few climb them. Gros Piton, 2,530 feet (771m), is climbable by fairly fit hikers, but Petit Piton is ideal for experts.

Making Chocolate In Grenada

Chocolate enthusiasts should visit Grenada's annual Chocolate Fest to explore the island's cocoa forests and get involved with interactive experiences.

Drive Your Own Curaçao Submarine

The Caribbean's deep sea is generally reserved for experts, but SubStation Curaçao lets everyone explore.

World's Tiniest Bird In Cuba

In Cuba's rural interior, roads are rough. For adventurous travelers, the UNESCO-listed Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, named for German naturalist-explorer Alexander von Humboldt, is worth the trip.

Vintage Automobile In Havana

Havana's architecture quickly changes from beautiful period buildings to decrepit Brutalist concrete structures. The greatest method to absorb it all? In a vintage automobile

Swim Hidden Island Grottoes

The British Virgin Islands are one of many Caribbean island clusters, and Virgin Gorda's Baths National Park is its most stunning geological wonder.

Barbados Has A Musical Garden

Few sites combine classical music and the jungle like Barbados' privately owned Hunte's Gardens. Visitors will see monkeys and hummingbirds fluttering to Bach's sensual music.

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