Caribbean Attractions

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Baie Rouge

One of the most famous but under-visited beaches in St Maarten, Baie Rouge (Red Beach) is picturesque with its signature red sand and rock formations.   ...  Read more

Barbados Museum

From Amerindians to reef coral, plantation furnishings to rare maps, the Barbados Museum takes you on a journey into the past. A children’s gallery explores ...  Read more

Barbados Wildlife Reserve

4.5 star rating: Recommended 79 Reviews

If you’ve ever wondered what an agouti looks like, you’ll find out at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. Along with these cute forest-dwelling rodents you’ll ...  Read more

Barker’s National Park

The Cayman Islands' first-ever national park was created around the northern end of West Bay, in an area called Barker’s National Park. Here you can find a ...  Read more


4.5 star rating: Recommended 50 Reviews

One of the oldest towns in the Eastern Caribbean, Basseterre is the capital of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis in the West Indies, making it an ...  Read more

Bath Hotel and Spring House (Old Bath House)

Thought to be the first tourist hotel in all of the Caribbean, the opulent Bath Hotel was built on Nevis in 1787 to provide visitors easy access to the on-site ...  Read more

Bathsheba Beach

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

According to an old legend, beautiful Bathsheba—the wife of King David—bathed in milk to keep her skin looking smooth and soft. Barbados locals say the white, ...  Read more

Bavaro Beach (Playa Bavaro)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 110 Reviews

The unrivaled beaches of Punta Cana focus on Bavaro, the home of resort vacations in the Dominican Republic. Most of Punta Cana’s resort hotels cluster ...  Read more


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

Bay of Sosua

4.5 star rating: Recommended 36 Reviews

Between Puerto Plata and Cabarete, lies the Bay of Sosua. Known for its sheltered calm waters, coral reefs and wide variety of fish and marine life, the Bay ...  Read more

Belmont Estate

If you find yourself watching two people dancing barefoot in a large copper pot, rhythmically moving to the beat of a drum while stomping on piles of cocoa, ...  Read more

Bermuda Aquarium, Natural History Museum and Zoo

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Fuchsia-pink flamingoes are the highlight at the on-site zoo, but it’s the fish that win all the accolades at Bermuda’s well-regarded Aquarium, one of the ...  Read more

Bermuda Railway Trail

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

The Bermuda Railway Trail is a series of trails for walkers and cyclists that follows along the path of the short-lived Bermuda Railway, which was finished ...  Read more

Betty's Hope Sugar Plantation

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Betty's Hope Sugar Plantation is the historic site of the first large sugar plantation on Antigua, built during the late 1600s by Sir Christopher Codrington ...  Read more

Bioluminescent Bay

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

By day, Fajardo’s famous “Bio Bay” looks like a regular Puerto Rican coastline. By night, however, the bay becomes an eerie lagoon that literally shines a ...  Read more

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