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Cruising to the Islands of the Caribbean The vast Caribbean Sea is home to thousands of islands--large and tiny, breathtakingly beautiful, newly developed and ancient, peopled and uninhabited. They represent diverse and blended cultures, with an infinite variety of foods, crafts, music, and art. The Caribbean offers the most rich and rewarding vacation experience you can imagine.
The islands have a natural splendor. The fine beaches, beautiful waters, lush vegetation, and breathtaking coral reefs will satisfy any lover of natural beauty. With their tropical rain forests, magnificent caverns, sulfur springs and volcanic rock, and protected habitats and reserves for many rare and endangered species, the islands offer you an unforgettable experience of the wonders of the natural world.
The islands also have a rich history. There are serene, quaint Dutch villages on islands like Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire, off the northern coast of South America.
The great houses of Barbados, the 1500s Spanish architecture of Old San Juan, and the ruins of St.-Pierre on Martinique, destroyed by a volcano, are some of the stops on our tour for history buffs.
If swimming, sunning, boating, fishing, or any water sport is your desire, the Caribbean is your ideal destination. You can lounge on pristine, white beaches. You can cruise, in glass-bottomed boats, aqua, blue, and emerald crystal-clear waters, with visibility from 200 to 300 feet. The exquisite coral reefs and sunken ships, teeming with exotic marine life, offer incomparable conditions for scuba diving and snorkeling.
Those who enjoy hiking, biking, or horseback riding will find scenic jaunts through towns and along nature trails. Cricket, soccer, and polo matches will entice lovers of fast-paced sports. Golfers will find well-designed courses amid breathtaking scenery. Tennis buffs will enjoy well-kept courts and matchless views.
For those who enjoy fine...