DOMINICAN
The Dominican Republic is a fertile land, spread out in the east of the island of Haiti, surrounded by waves of the Caribbean Sea. The capital is the sultry Santo…

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Guadeloupe
Pointe a Pitre is the capital of Guadeloupe. The airport is large and modern, however, there is nowhere to drink a cup of cafe. The weather is beautiful, with the…

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Saint Lucia
Saint Lucia is a small island nation washed by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches and exotic groves, mineral…

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Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia is a small island nation washed by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches and exotic groves, mineral springs and SPA centers using the island’s natural volcanic resources, a unique underwater world and, finally, the world wide the famous jazz festival is what turned St. Lucia into a center of elite tourism.

Saint Lucia will offer you a variety of tropical fruits grown in wide fertile valleys: mangoes, bananas, coconuts, cocoa, oranges and grapes fill the island with sweet smells. And not a single travel guide will forget to compare the shape of the island itself with the mango fruit. Continue reading

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Holidays in St. Kitts and Nevis will lead tourists to beaches with white, golden and black sand and clear azure water of the Caribbean Sea.
Holidays at sea in St. Kitts and Nevis abound in places for diving, surfing, snorkeling, yachting and underwater fishing.
The best resorts of St. Kitts and Nevis are the islands of the same name and the capital Barter. Tourists are invited to walk along the streets with Georgian buildings of the XVIII-XIX centuries, monuments, museums and fortresses in the colonial style.
A family vacation in St. Kitts and Nevis with children is not complete without attending sailing lessons and playing national instruments.
On quiet beaches, tourists watch small turtles and swim with dolphins in the sea. Continue reading

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a tiny country in the chain of the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean. Maybe for some it sounds blasphemous, but Saint Vincent was very lucky with British rule. The state gained independence only in 1979, during the years of freedom it almost ruined its economy, but it caught on in time. Now St. Vincent grows marijuana and hosts wealthy tourists. One of the local islands, Mustique, has completely become a haven of Hollywood stars and other rich people, but once it was a pirate base!

Although St. Vincent is essentially a backward agrarian country that imports everything it needs from abroad, life expectancy here, for example, is longer than in Russia. Those countries that got out too soon from under the heel of the white colonizer were less fortunate. Continue reading

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The nature of Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius
The topography of Bonaire is fairly common in the southern Caribbean. A low (up to 241 m) island represents the top of the underwater elevations of the continental shelf that…

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Geography of the Caribbean. Geographical Description of the Caribbean
Geographically, the term "Caribbean" includes the Caribbean Sea, and all islands located southeast of the Gulf of Mexico, east of Central America and Mexico, and north of South America. Although…

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Commonwealth of Dominica
The Commonwealth of Dominica is located on one of the Lesser Antilles. The island of the same name, which this small country occupies, is of volcanic origin. Like the entire…

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