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The most obvious choice is to hit the beaches. Whether you’re in Antigua or Barbados, white sandy beaches are abundant in the Caribbean, so kick back with a cocktail in hand. If you’re into the faster side of life, try out some exciting water sports like windsurfing, snorkelling or sailing.
Explore the natural side of the Caribbean and take a guided tour through the El Yunque Rainforest in Puerto Rico. Or for something a little different, hit the rainforests of St. Lucia and go zip-lining. Zoom through the forest canopy, 50ft above the ground, and practice your Tarzan yell.
For a taste of the finer things in life, book a cruise on a catamaran or yacht. Boarded from all the Caribbean islands, you can sip champagne on deck, try some sea fishing and snorkelling, or enjoy a candlelit dinner by sunset.
Go for an off-road adventure on quad bikes through the beaches and forests of Aruba, St. Lucia or Jamaica. What better way to explore the natural beauty of the Caribbean than zooming through the countryside with the wind in your hair.
Take in some Jamaican culture at the Bob Marley museum in the capital of Kingston. Try some tasty and traditional jerk chicken, visit a Rastafarian village and finish with a rum cocktail and some reggae in one of Jamaica’s buzzing beach bars.
A quick look at a map of the Caribbean and you’ll feel spoiled for choice. Should you visit the vibrant culture and nightlife of Barbados? The laidback St. Lucia? Or perhaps the up market and luxurious Antigua? Surf the eastern coast of Barbados and enjoy the contemporary nightlife, or discover the history of colonialism first hand through museums and monuments. Nature lovers will find much to explore almost anywhere in the Caribbean, as many of the islands feature breath-taking botanical gardens and rainforests. Despite the vibrant culture, activities and food, Caribbean islands are really famous for one thing, the beaches. The clear, warm waters are some of the most inviting in the world and all the islands offer wonderful opportunities to learn snorkelling and scuba diving, or just relax on the soft white sands.