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Caneel Bay

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Caneel Bay is one of the first beaches you come to as you drive up North Shore Road out of St John’s main port, Cruz Bay. Much of the coastline here is ...  Read more

Cane Garden Bay

Surfs up in the jewel of the British Virgin Islands, Cane Garden Bay. Located on the northwestern coastline of Tortola Island, this fabulous portion of the ...  Read more

Cano Frio River

Somewhere near the edge of Playa Rincon—which is easily one of the best beaches in Dominican Republic—lies the Cano Frio River. This cooling stream feeds into ...  Read more

Carenage

The Carenage is St. George’s lively waterfront promenade, winding around the Inner Harbour. It’s the place to be seen in St. George, the town’s seafront hub ...  Read more

Carlisle Bay

The ancient shipwrecks in this protected natural harbor make Carlisle Bay one of Barbados’ most popular snorkeling and scuba diving destinations. Six sunken ...  Read more

Caroni Bird Sanctuary

Every day, the scarlet ibis, Trinidad & Tobago’s national bird, flies to nearby Venezuela to feed and heads back to its island home in the late ...  Read more

Carriacou

At only 13 square miles in size, Carriacou provides a laid-back refuge from its larger neighboring island of Grenada. Part of the Grenadine islands chain, it ...  Read more

Casa Ponce de León

The roughly hewn stone building known as the Casa Ponce de León was the home of 16th century explorer and governor of Puerto Rico, Juan Ponce de ...  Read more

Cas en Bas Beach

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

On the northern tip of St. Lucia’s windward shore, Cas en Bas Beach is one of the best kitesurfing spots on the island, with regular tradewinds blowing ...  Read more

Castillo de San Cristobal

4 star rating: Recommended 230 Reviews

Standing guard at Old San Juan’s Eastern Gate is the Castillo de San Crisotbal. Built to protect San Juan against land attacks, the ancient Spanish fort is now ...  Read more

Castillo San Felipe del Morro

Just north of the Old San Juan district, within the San Juan National Historic Site, lies Castillo San Felipe del Morro, a 16th-century citadel, or fortress.  ...  Read more

Castries

4.5 star rating: Recommended 109 Reviews

Saint Lucia’s pint-sized port capital Castries is usually experienced as a stopping-off point on the way to one of the island’s beaches or resorts. While ...  Read more

Cayman Brac Island

Craggy Cayman Brac is known for its limestone bluff running along its length. Once a haunt of pirates, these days the island attracts wreck divers, hikers ...  Read more

Cayo Levantado

Travelers looking for a true piece of paradise will love the remote tropical island of Cayo Levantado. Home to a beautiful luxury hotel, white sandy beaches, ...  Read more

Centro de Bellas Artes

Also known as the Luis A. Ferrer Performing Arts Center, this multi-performance center in San Juan is home to the best concert, theater, and ballet ...  Read more

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