The second largest of the three major U.S. Virgin Islands is action packed with sunning, sightseeing and shopping possibilities. Join a tour or set off on your own. The atmospheric Hotel. 1829, the street of 99 steps, the paintings of Camille Pissaro at Government House are just a few of the attractions.
Virgin Islands National Park Makes up two thirds of this lovely island. Tropical flora an fauna abound and there are hiking trails, petroglyphs and an underwater snorkeling trail at Trunk Bay.
Enjoy the handsome 18th-century buildings near the harbor in Christiansted, St. Croixs largest town and browse the colorful Market Place. Shore tours highlight golfing at Caramobola, sailing and snorkeling at Buck Island.
Tee off at Mullet Bay, an 18-hole, par 70 golf course. Or sail to Tintamare Island, where you can enjoy the beautiful secluded sandy beach.
This is paradise in the Caribbean. The lush forests, the twin peaks of the pitons, the lovely Marigot Bay and the charming French atmosphere of Castries, the capital city, are all impossible to forget.
World-renowned for its crystal-clear water and 365 beaches-one for every day of the year-Antigua is perfect for sunning, snorkeling or swimming. For a taste of the island's rich nautical history, visit Nelson's Dockyard, now a popular meeting place for the yachting set.
An enchanting blend of exotic cactus jungles and blue-water coves, traditional Dutch windmills and modern, glittering casinos, Aruba is an island of striking contrasts. Even the beaches of Aruba offer a wide range of choices, from lively Eagle Beach to tranquil Baby Beach.
Roaming around Barbados-or "buttin 'bout," as the islanders say-you can explore caverns, flower forests and the bustling city of Bridgetown. Stop in a rum shop or treat yourself to afternoon high tea in true British tradition. Local restaurants serve everything from flying fish dishes to steamed-cake "conkies."
The garden island of
Martinique is abloom with orchids, hibiscus and other tropical flowers. Known as the
"France of the Caribbean," Martinique features sidewalk cafes and fashion
boutiques. Take a ferry ride across the bay to Grand Anse, a favorite beach of the
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