Caribbean
Powdery white beaches are synonymous with the Destination Caribbean. Though, the destination promises more than these pristine beaches by offering nature’s bounty at its best. The region has seen many upheavals with a history marred with slavery, rebellions, piracy, colonialism and sugar plantations. Since, the Caribbean Sea surrounds the region; its name came to be called as the Caribbean Region. Several islands are a part of this region, and each one of them is unique in its natural landscapes. Gulf of Mexico is located close to the region. Some of the most popular islands in this region that have gained popularity as a tourist destination are Aruba, Antigua, Bahamas, Bermuda, Cancun Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Barbados, Antigua, Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, Martinique, Saba, St. Vincent, Trinidad and many more.

Vast expanse of white sands on the beaches, gently lapping waves, and swaying palms is some of the glimpses of this area. Visitors looking for complete relaxation can just relax on the beach or a hammock and hear the musical notes of the waves lashing across the shore. Mouthwatering cuisines and authentic sea food are something to look forward. Shacks close to the beach are the perfect places to watch the sun setting down while nursing a chilled drink. It seems that God has left no stone unturned in gracing this region. Flea Markets in the city center is a perfect venue for buying trinkets, souvenirs and knick knacks to take back home. A tryst with Caribbean is a must!