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Caribbean Airlines Destinations - Part 2

Who does not wish to go on a beautiful sunny Caribbean vacation. Here is a list of Top Caribbean Airlines Destinations - Part 2

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Kingston Jamaica

Kingston Jamaica

Spending time in Kingston is a city experience rather than sun-sand-and-sea. Jamaica’s capital city and business centre lies on the southeast coast, between the Blue Mountains and a huge natural harbour. It’s one of those cities with an energy and atmosphere all its own, stemming largely from the reggae music and its offshoots that are heard everywhere, and the influence of the Rastafarians, both indigenous to Jamaica.
Source: Flights to Jamaica

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St Lucia

St Lucia

St Lucia is a dramatic, mountainous island, its steep forested hillsides rising to 3,117 feet at their highest point and ringed with dazzling beaches and great diving waters. Its long list of activities ranges from snorkelling and cycling to turtle, whale and dolphin watching. Its season of festivals lasts from Jazz Week in May, through a three-week carnival season, to a creole and heritage festival in November. You can’t possibly feel bored.
Source: Flights to St Lucia

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St Marteen

St Marteen

St Martin is a small, beautiful Caribbean island. But the southern 40% is a “constituent country in the Kingdom of the Netherlands” while the northern 60% is an “overseas collectivity of France”. Dutch Saint Maarten in the south, French St-Martin in the north. But both parts have great beaches, sailing and diving and watersports; both have their own carnivals and festivals and a lively arts scene. It’s two for the price of one.
Source: St Marteen Vacation

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St Vincent

St Vincent

St Vincent is the main island, and the Grenadines are a chain of more than 30 smaller islands and cays stretching southwards towards Grenada through some of the world’s best sailing waters. There’s excellent diving and snorkelling. Kingstown is the small homely capital, and the middle of St Vincent is occupied by the active Soufrière volcano, over 4,000 feet high, which means the beaches are mostly dark volcanic sand.
Source: Things to do in St Vincent

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Suriname

Suriname

Suriname is the smallest country in mainland South America, but big in Caribbean terms. Most of its people live in the capital Paramaribo or along the adjoining coastal plain; the rest of the country consists of great rivers and rainforest, savannahs and mountains. Almost a third is nature reserves. Suriname’s people are descended from India and Africa, Holland, China, Java (in Indonesia), with communities of Amerindians (First People).
Source: Travel to Suriname

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Bahamas

Bahamas

There are 700 islands in The Bahamas, and 2,000 tiny rocks and cays stretching from the Florida peninsula almost to Haiti, across more than 100,000 square miles of shallow tropical ocean. Visited by 6 million visitors a year, many on cruise ships, the main islands – especially New Providence, site of the capital Nassau, and Grand Bahama – are well prepared to entertain them.
Source: Flights to Bahamas

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Tobago

Tobago

Tobago is Trinidad’s smaller sister: the two have been united as a nation for just over a century. Tobago offers dazzling beaches and world-class diving as well as sailing and watersports, hiking and biking, fishing and birding and golf. It stages its own carnival as well as a jazz festival, goat and crab racing, and an annual island heritage festival. Turtles nest on its beaches. Its slogan is “Clean, green, safe, serene”.
Source: Fly To Tobago

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7 Caribbean Airlines Destinations - Part 1

7 Caribbean Airlines Destinations - Part 1

In case you did not get a chance to check out the 1st part of this article, here it is again: 7 Caribbean Airlines Destinations - Part 1