Discover new beaches and hotspots in the US Virgin Islands like Sapphire beach.
Trinidad: Taking a road trip and enjoying the waterfalls, beaches and Bake n Shark that makes the island famous.
Nadia Ali provides an in-depth guide to Jamaica. What to buy in jamaica and where to go to have fun, from the Blue Mountains, to Montego Bay and Y Falls.
Cuba: Havana’s three corners, Old Havana, New Havana and Central Havana, all charming and full of music and great food. A guide to seeing Havana’s sites.
Cuba: More people are visiting the once-off-limits land due to the changes in law.
If you’re heading to Cuba, don’t forget to see a baseball game: it’s one of the best ways to experience true Cuban culture!
W.E Welbourne spent five months circumnavigating South America, and wrote about it in his book, Cruising the Latin Tapestry.
León, Nicaragua, a guide to a fun town with volcano sliding and a cathedral.
Nevis: Paul Shoul visits and smaller sibling of St Kitts, where a small runway and shallow port keep it from being over run.
Havana: On the city’s seaside Malecon, Alex Hill shares a familiar musical moment.
Cuba By the Numbers: How much does it cost to go to Cuba?
Havana Cuba: Politics before breakfast. Heather Ridge visits the island and shares what she sees, from black market foods, to talk about the Castros.
Cuba by Boat– a trip from Florida to Cuba by pleasure boat sounds fun, until the coast guard seized the boat and towed them to shore.
Grenada: A diving trip as well as history lessons on an island the US invaded in 1983. The island smells like the spices grown here, great beaches to swim.
Lesbian, Gay and Transgender travelers to the Caribbean, which islands are friendliest and unfriendliest. Here are some options for gay travel in Caribbean.
Love, Sun and Lizard Poop. Gwendolyn Steven’s story about life after marriage and building a house in the Virgin Islands.
Old San Juan and Rio Piedras offer travelers a way to experience the rich history and culture of Puerto Rico.
Isla Baru, near Cartagena Colombia: Traveling without a bed, and finding $25 rooms on the beach, fresh coconuts for $2 and a relaxing beach to enjoy.