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So you decided to go to the Caribbean. Exciting! Few destinations offer as many experiences as the Caribbean - a fact that means that choosing the perfect destination can overwhelm even the most confident and determined traveller. Which island is the best? The answer depends on what type of traveller you are and what you are looking for on an island vacation. Are you an adventure seeker? A beach bum? Is a food obsessive? A Wertjäger? Are you travelling with your family? Your partner? Combine these preferences with the right island, and you will receive a match made in the sky by the sea.

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Some of the best Marriott Hotels for Caribbean Getaways

In honour of Atlantis, Paradise Island Bahamas, we have summarized some of our other preferred Marriott hotels in the Caribbean in the Marriott Autograph Collection. TPG employee Lane Nieset highlights 8 points to escape the cold this winter and offers uncostly stays using your Marriott …

Ruthless Turks & Caicos Strategies Exploited

Turks and Caicos is a beautiful travel destination when wanting to escape from it all and head south. Turks and Caicos is an excellent pick for folks who enjoy outdoor pursuits. Grand Turk and Salt Cay offer some of the most outstanding scuba diving on …

Caribbean People, Culture, Traditions and Customs

The Culture of the Caribbean Although Caribbean culture has not been capitalized, it has more likely been preserved by the authentic voices of “intuitive scholars”: artists, peasants, merchants, and traders – perhaps pedagogically disadvantaged but well known in the cultural heritage of the island nations. …