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7 Caribbean Airlines Destinations - Part 1

Planning a Caribbean Vacation? Check out this list of Caribbean destinations Caribbean Airlines can fly you to

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Antigua and Barbuda:

Antigua and Barbuda:

For those in pursuit of sun, sand and sea, Antigua is a perfect destination. With its fabulous beaches, upscale resorts, watersports and regattas, fine food and nightlife, it attracts visitors year-round.
Source: Flight to Antigua and Barbuda

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Barbados

Barbados

Barbados has been a favourite with visitors for more than a century, and has long experience in pleasing its guests. Orderly and well organised, it provides more tours, activities, events, festivals, sports on land and water, golden beaches, historic sites and fine restaurants than anyone could cover in a single vacation
Source: Flights to Barbados

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Caracas

Caracas

Venezuela is a big country by Caribbean standards, and very diverse – snow-capped mountains and rainforest, highlands and lowlands, mighty rivers and tropical islands. Caracas, its capital, is over 3,000 feet above sea level, with the makings of a thriving cosmopolitan city. But both country and city have fallen on troubled times,
Source: Flights to Caracas

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Cuba

Cuba

Nearly 800 miles long, Cuba is the Caribbean’s largest island, and Havana is its fascinating capital. Colonial Spain and communist austerity, dilapidation and magnificence, are there in equal parts.
Source: Flights to Cuba

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Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, on Florida’s Atlantic coast, is often called the American Venice, thanks to its 165 miles of internal canals and waterways. The water theme runs through its leisure activities too – many miles of fine beaches, plentiful watersports and sailing, a major cruise ship port – and seafood features prominently in its restaurants. The city has a rich cultural life, and the restaurant and nightlife scene is lively.
Source: Flights to Fort Lauderdale

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Grenada

Grenada

Grenada has often been called the “spice island”, because that’s what it produces. It’s the world’s second largest producer of nutmeg; cinnamon, mace, coriander, ginger and cloves are among its other products. It’s also a very beautiful island, with 45 great sandy beaches, thick forests, dramatic waterfalls, and volcanic mountains almost 3,000 feet high. It is a popular retreat for divers and sailors, hikers and birders, as well as sun-seekers.
Source: Flights to Grenada

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Guyana

Guyana

Guyana may be one of South America’s smaller nations, but it’s big in Caribbean terms: a well-populated coastal plain borders an interior of forest, rivers and mountains stretching southwards to Brazil. Georgetown, the capital, lies at the mouth of the Demerara River. Guyana is culturally part of the Caribbean, most people being descended from India and Africa, but there is also a sizeable community of Amerindian “first people”.
Source: Flights to Guyana