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Amber Museum (Museo de Ambar Dominicano)

4 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

Housed in a fine Victorian mansion with an interesting history of its own, the Amber Museum (Museo de Ambar Dominicano) is worth a visit to see some ...  Read more

Maho & Mullet Bay

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Find Saint Martin’s main airport on a map and you've found Maho Beach. How close is it, you ask? Well, if you’ve ever seen a photo of sunbathing tourists ...  Read more

Nassau’s Blue Lagoon Island

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

This beautiful private island is open to all who wants to experience Bahamian beauty and adventure firsthand. A trip to Blue Lagoon Island promises countless ...  Read more

Rose Hall Great House

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Built in the latter part of the 18th century, Rose Hall is the most well-known great house in all of Jamaica. The massive Georgian mansion is the centerpiece ...  Read more

Martha Brae River

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 91 Reviews

The Martha Brae River is the tranquil home of river rafting in Jamaica, the best way to discover the country's tropical interior. Guided tours include ...  Read more

Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Park

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 10 Reviews

What a better way to experience the beauty of the Bahamas than by discovering the native flora and fauna? The Ardastra Zoo, Gardens and Conservation Park ...  Read more

Port Lucaya Marketplace and Village

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

The Port Lucaya Marketplace is considered to be the commercial hub of Grand Bahama. With over 80 boutiques, restaurants, and bars, the outdoor market turns ...  Read more

Bayahibe

Just 10 miles to the east of La Romana lies the relaxing beach town of Bayahibe. Originally a sleepy fishing village, Bayahibe has retained its laidback ...  Read more

Boca de Yuma

Boca de Yuma is a small fishing village located on the northeastern tip of Parque Nacional del Este. The village is a bit off the beaten track for tourists, ...  Read more

Boiling Lake

The volcanic hot springs of Boiling Lake lie at the end of a 7-mile (11 km) hiking trail in Morne Trois Pitons National Park. The hot springs here are the ...  Read more

Chalk Sound National Park

Chalk Sound is a pristine, natural lake dotted with underwater cays and filled with amazingly dazzling electric-blue water. The color of the water has to be ...  Read more

Cheshire Hall

Providenciales’ cotton plantation past is revealed at Cheshire Hall. The plantation is now in ruins, but more than 200 years ago it was a thriving complex of ...  Read more

Cockburn Town

The Turks & Caicos capital and seat of government, Cockburn Town is a bougainvillea-fringed, laidback tropical beauty with shabby-chic colonial buildings and ...  Read more

Downtown Willemstad

Downtown Willemstad is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, a fairytale world of gingerbread Dutch houses, cobbled lanes and water views. Red-roofed gabled ...  Read more

Governor’s Beach

Located on Grand Turk, this is the island’s most celebrated beach. Popular amongst beachgoers, divers, and snorkelers alike, Governor’s Beach has the white ...  Read more

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