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Aruba

Aruba

Aruba’s uncrowded white sand beaches are second to barely any other. Benefiting from the warm climate of the Caribbean, Aruba offers an endless array of outdoor activities. Admire marine life and snorkel the breathtaking reefs of Mangel Halto or try scuba diving and explore ancient shipwrecks. Discover Aruba’s natural wonders on horseback or on a hike, or take a stroll through the island’s capital Oranjestad. It is not surprising that Aruba, with its beautiful all-inclusive resorts and endless opportunities, is the most popular holiday destination in the south Caribbean and a well-established cruise port.
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Bahamas

Bahamas

Although the Bahamas are officially considered part of the Caribbean, the over 700 islands and 2400 cays are actually located in the Atlantic, between Florida and Cuba and not in the Caribbean Sea. If you visit between December and April, you will experience perfect weather conditions to explore the large array of outdoor activities. Snorkel the coral reefs, relax at the pink sandy beaches, hike in the forest or visit the historic towns. With all the islands have to offer, the paradisaical image of the Bahamas clearly matches reality.
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Barbados

Barbados

Barbados is the easternmost island in the Lesser Antilles and inspires its visitors with perfect, endless beaches, tall palm trees and an interesting history. Influenced by many cultures, such as Creole, Indian and West African, the former British colony has a lot to offer. With its relatively small size, it can be discovered on a single trip, choosing the capital Bridgetown as start and end. It has been a beloved destination for some time now – and still attracts visitors with laid-back charm and authenticity.
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Cuba

Cuba

A trip to Cuba constitutes a veritable time-warp, a journey into a postcard world of classic cars, dilapidated colonial buildings, socialist propaganda and prodigious musical flair. It is a place unlike any other in our times – for now. Changes have already come about that allow visitors to interact with locals more closely than ever by staying at family-run guesthouses and eating in private kitchens and shopping at local galleries and workshops. A long-standing cultural powerhouse on the Latin American level, Cuba is ready to explode onto the world stage.
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Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic, with its stunning nature, beautifully restored architecture and extraordinarily rich culture is the second largest and one of the most intriguing Caribbean countries. It is undisputedly geographically diverse and boasts a breathtaking mountain scenery, national parks with rushing waterfalls and rivers, hot deserts and wide, sandy beaches. Top resorts provide an endless array of water sports, recreation, and entertainment options. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of the Dominican Republic and explore ancient monasteries and cobblestoned streets during the day and a buzzing nightlife after the sun goes down.
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Jamaica

Jamaica

Among the endless paradisaical spots that define the Caribbean, Jamaica remains an island that beats to its own rhythm. It is equally as beautiful as it is strong, with crystalline waters flowing around coral reefs and breaking over white sandy beaches. Vast stretches of untouched nature feature cascading waterfalls, mystical caves and breathtaking mountain ranges. Jamaica entices visitors with uncountable opportunities to explore the island and its surroundings, be it on foot, on a bamboo raft or by diving and snorkeling. Jamaican culture with its creole influences resonates everywhere and you can taste it in the rich stews, African spices and of course, the Jamaican rum.
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Martinique

Martinique

Martinique's most prominent feature is undoubtedly the still-smoldering volcano Mont Pelée, whose eruption in 2001 wiped out the former capital, St-Pierre. What has remained are fertile lands and beautiful natural surroundings, with an incredible variety of landscapes. Martinique gives you the unique opportunity to explore the rainforest, lie on a white sandy beach or hike through the mountains – all in one day. The city life in Martinique’s hotspots Fort-de-France and Le Lamentin is vibrant and cosmopolitan, with a delicious culinary scene, influenced by the cuisines of Africa, France and the Caribbean.
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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

The portrayal of Puerto Rico in Arthur Laurents’ "West Side Story" does no justice to the flourishing country Puerto Rico is today. It welcomes you with paradise-like Caribbean beaches, dense forests and a vibrant culture that is difficult to compare to any other despite clear Spanish and American influences. Lethargic beach lovers and sun worshipers as well as active surfers will be equally happy in Puerto Rico. The impenetrable forests give this country something of a mysterious and magical air, and it almost seems as though the land does not want to reveal its secrets to visitors all at once – look deeper and be captivated by the smell of lechoneras and rhythmic salsa beats.
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