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Top Natural Caribbean Attractions

Whichever island you decide to visit you’re sure to be amazed and enthralled. From 5-star resorts to colonial historical sites to deep sea diving and exploration there truly is something for everyone in the Caribbean. The following are just a few of the most popular attractions in the Caribbean.

1. The Baths (Virgin Gorda)
Of all that the Caribbean has to see and experience, possibly one of the most breathtaking and spectacular attractions is The Baths in Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands. The Baths are gigantic granite boulders that jettison from crystal clear waters through the island. more...

2. Stingray City (Cayman Islands)
For the first timer, Stringray City in the Cayman Islands may possibly be one of the most fantastic vacation experiences you ever have. more...

3. Drive-In Volcano (La Soufriere, St. Lucia)
Even though St. Lucia has some of the most amazing beaches and natural reefs, you can’t help but being captivated by the fact that the island is one of the only active volcano islands in the Caribbean – let alone the world.  more...

4. Harrison’s Cave (Barbados)
Many individual purport this limestone cave to be the largest of its variety in the entire Caribbean. You’ll be taken through an extensive cave system with offers a truly spectacular array of some of the most magnificent stalactites and stalagmites you’ve ever seen. more...

5. St. Johns National Park (U.S. Virgin Islands)
When most people think of National Parks they envision the pine forests of Yellowstone or the African Savanna – but they rarely think tropical. The Caribbean truly has some of the most spectacular tropical national parks found anywhere in the world. more...

6. Buck Island Reef (St. Croix)
Often referred to as “one of the finest marine gardens in the Caribbean Sea”, Buck Island Reef on St. Croix island is 180-acre Caribbean island encircled by one of the most beautiful, charming coral reef systems in the world.. more...

7. Bio Bay (Vieques)
On the island of Vieques there is a narrow, shallow bay surrounded by mangroves known as “Mosquito Bay”. This bay is home to a very unique microscopic organism that emits a phosphorescent light when the calm salt water is disturbed.” more...

8. Diamond Mineral Falls and Mineral Baths (St. Lucia)
In addition to the Drive-In Volcano, St. Lucia is home to another one of our favorite natural attractions in the Caribbean, the Diamond Mineral Falls and Mineral Baths. The Diamond Mineral Falls and Mineral Baths are located in St. Lucia’s Diamond Botanical Gardens. more...

9. EL Yunque (Puerto Rico)
The EL Yunque, also known as the Caribbean National Forest, is a 28,000-acre rainforest located on the island of Puerto Rico. Most tourists explore the forest with the aide of a seasoned guide, but many avid outdoors enthusiasts go at it on their own. more...

10. Dunn’s River Falls (Jamaica)
The Dunn’s River Falls is a 600-foot waterfall located in Jamaica. These falls are truly a magnificent and breathtaking sight and for obvious reasons are one of the most popular Caribbean tourist destinations. more...

11. Belize Cave Tubing (Port of Belize City, Belize)
Experience the mystery and beauty of the caves and caverns of Belize like never before. Belize Cave Tubing is one of the most exciting and exhilarating inland shore tours offered in the Caribbean, an most definitely in the Port of Belize City, Belize. more...

 

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