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The Caribbean is a popular holiday destination practically all year, thanks to its near-perfect tropical weather, magnificent beaches, turquoise sea, and island breezes.

Renaissance Island

Leave the cares of the world behind as you venture over to a private island complimentary to Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino guests. Renaissance Island features Aruba’s only private beaches and is just an 8-minute water taxi ride away. Here lies a true oasis with family-friendly beaches or beaches just for adults.

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Cruise in the Caribbean

If you have a place on your bucket list, chances are, a cruise will get you there. Cruises cover the world, taking millions of passengers each year to destinations like the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Alaska, Europe, the Mediterranean and even Antarctica. Cruising offers a tremendous value, with trips that include your lodging, meals and entertainment, all rolled into one. Some cruise lines even offer fully inclusive holidays, which cover drinks and tours ashore. Cruising means seeing the world while unpacking only once.

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Come experience the very pinnacle of luxury beach resorts, set along the most gorgeous tropical settings & exquisite beaches in Saint Lucia, Jamaica, Antigua, The Bahamas, and Barbados.

A cool urban vibe. A luxurious retreat. Whatever your travel style, our extraordinary portfolio of 30 hotel brands covers the globe and spans the possibilities. Escape to paradise with an authentic.

Why Eat Here: In the heart of Grand Case, Le Tastevin is on everyone’s list of favorites. The attractive wood-beamed room is the “real” St. Martin style, and the tasty food is enhanced by Joseph, the amiable owner, who serves lunch and dinner every day.

Why Eat Here: Chef Paul Owens’s mastery is the foundation of one of the finest dining experiences in the Caribbean, with prices to match. The prix-fixe menu will set you back $125 per person for a two-course mealor $150 per person for a three-course meal.

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From exploring St Kitts’s rugged scenery to snorkeling in Antigua and enjoying a luxurious week in Barbados, find out the best places to travel to in the Caribbean here, in my Caribbean travel blogs.

One of my favorite destinations in the world is the Caribbean with its warm waters, sandy shores, and great cocktails. With so much destruction during Hurricane Irma and Maria over a year ago, I am thrilled to report most of the best beaches.

Caribbean Duty-Free Shopping Destinations 1 U.S. Virgin Islands: St. Thomas and St. Croix. St. 2 Philipsburg, St. Maarten. 3 Barbados. Broad Street in Bridgetown. 4 Nassau, Bahamas. Luxury goods — liquor, china, crystal, collectibles, fragrances, watches.

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We focus on all things the Caribbean including beaches, weather, carnivals, music festivals, sports, wildlife, history and attractions.


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Alex Martin was born in Amsterdam in 1951 and studied history at the University of Amsterdam. In 1987, he co-wrote the book highlighting the 150th anniversary of Artist Society / Arti et Amicitiae (For Art and Friendship). After that he stayed involved with Arti as an assistant to Margriet Kruyver, organizing exhibitions and raising funds to enable various projects.

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Alex Martin was born in Amsterdam in 1960 and studied history at the University of Amsterdam. In 1980, he co-wrote the book highlighting the 150th anniversary of Artist Society / Arti et Amicitiae (For Art and Friendship). After that he stayed involved with Arti as an assistant to Margriet Kruyver, organizing exhibitions and raising funds to enable various projects.

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