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Islands In The Caribbean - Your Gateway To An Exciting Cruise Vacation
There are about 50 islands in the Caribbean Seas. These range from tiny coral outcrops to the larger island nations. So the Caribbean Seas provide a wide choice of tropical isles experience for all kinds of getaway vacation. The beach-goers will be delighted with the selection of beautiful white sand beaches throughout the Caribbean Seas. The calm waters of the beaches facing the West are ideal for snorkelling while the surfers in search of waves, should head to the eastern side of the Atlantic side islands. There are many other interesting ways to pass the time in the warm waters off these beautiful islands, such as sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, whale watching or even swimming with dolphins.
The Virgin Islands
The Virgin Islands group is shared between Britain and United States. The United States Virgin Islands are well developed for the tourists while the British Virgain Islands are more secluded and great for a exclusive getaway. The three main United States Virgin Islands are St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix. The two main British Virgin Islands are Tortola and Virgin Gorda.
The Antilles
The French Antilles are spread across 350 miles of sea and include two volcanically active islands. They consists of Martinique, Les Saintes, La Desirade, Marie-Galante, Saint-Barthelemy, and St. Martin. These islands have strong French influence in almost everything from culture, to food and lifestyle. Although there are many visitors to these islands, the French Antilles are well known as some of the most peaceful islands in the Caribbean seas.
The Dutch Antilles include Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten. These islands are well known for their fantastic beaches and some of the Caribbean's best preserved coral reefs.
Windwards Islands
The Windward Islands group include Grenada, St. Lucia, Dominica, and St. Vincent. These four islands ae so-called because they face the Trade Winds in a line of volcanic peaks, and are known for its breathtaking beaches. St. Lucia is the most developed and most frequently visited for tourists. Grenada is also a popular destination for sailors and divers. Dominica is known for nature tourism and scuba diving. St. Vincent is the best of the Windward Islands for a secluded getaway. It is the most untouched with the least visitors.
Leeward Islands
The six Leeward Islands include Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, Antigua, Barbuda, and Anguilla. These islands are well known for their excellent beaches and are favourites with tourists to the Caribbean Seas.
Other Caribbean Islands
Other Caribbean countries includes Barbados, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, Cayman Islands, Trinidad, Tobago, and the Dominican Republic. Each of these islands has its own culture and different tourist attractions.

All these Caribbean islands offer a wide choice of accommodations, ranging from bed and breakfast inns to all-inclusive luxury resorts. You can either take a cruise to the Caribbean islands or travel by air, using the hub airports located in places like Puerto Rico, Barbados and the Bahamas. The outlying islands are served by smaller feeder airports.