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Caribbean Festivals and Events Guide

Caribbean FestivalsCaribbean FestivalsCelebration is a way of life on many tropical islands. Chances are you'll discover something to celebrate - it's a way of life here. Rain or shine, summer or winter, there's always a parade, music festival or sailing regatta somewhere...

Caribbean Favorite Islands

Caribbean Island ShoppingCaribbean Island ShoppingThe Caribbean is filled with hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. When it comes to following your bliss in the Caribbean, knowing where to point yourself will go a long way to ensuring you find it.

Caribbean Island Vacations - Pretrip Planning

Caribbean ShoppingCaribbean ShoppingThe time of year you travel to the Caribbean can be the single deciding factor of how much fun you have. While the busiest (and priciest) time of year is December to April...

Caribbean Island Vacations

Barbados ShoppingBarbados ShoppingSparkling blue water, white sandy beaches - a tropical chain of wonder that curves from the lush rainforest coast of Venezuela to Cuba's famous beaches. But the Caribbean is about more than just the beaches...

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San JuanSan JuanAn embarkation for many Southern Caribbean cruise lines and one of the busiest ports of call, it's an American city with a world of contrasts. Old San Juan, a 7-square...

Travel Insurance - Work-Related Cancelation

Vacation NoticeVacation NoticeTravel insurance policies for workaholics. Sweden's known for massages and meatballs, ja? The US has them beat with the newest brilliant idea for travel insurance - a work-related cancellation policy...

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  • On Cuba Travel ~ 10 Things You Need to Know Before You Go, admin said "Thanks Gordon for the update ... and given most routes to the resorts on the coast are an hour+ and it's Cuban warm, that money for a beverage is a great tip!"
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