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Know Before You Go: the largest island in the Dutch Caribbean Islands group, about 10 miles wide at its widest point/about 40 miles long, part of the "ABC Islands" (with Aruba and Bonaire), capital Willemstad is a popular cruise port, generally a dry/arid island
What To Love: not needing to worry about hurricanes (so far south), incredible diving and snorkeling, the colorful buildings and swing bridge, great cruise port for water activities
Know Before You Go: located just a few miles north of Venezuela, approximately 20 miles long/6 miles across, miles of beaches with all-inclusive resort options, part of the "ABC Islands" (with Bonaire and Curacao, mostly dry and usually windy, the capital of Oranjestad is a popular cruise port for Southern Caribbean itineraries
What to Love: known for its beaches (especially Eagle Beach), the signature fofoti trees, great scruba diving and snorkeling, great cruise port
Know Before You Go: St. Thomas is part of the U.S. Virgin Islands along with St. John and St. Croix - passports are not required, the island is 32 square miles, the capital city of Charlotte Amelie is also a cruise port
What to Love: taking the Sky Ride to Paradise Point OR climbing the 99 steps in Charlotte Amelie for incredible Caribbean views, taking the ferry to St. John, lots of fun activities on land and sea
Know Before You Go: The island is 37 square miles and divided between France and The Netherlands (you don't need to show your passport to go from one side of the island to the other) The Dutch side features chain hotels, casinos, the cruise port, and the international airport. The French side features smaller boutique hotels, fine dining, and upscale shopping. If visiting the island on a cruise ship, there is a charge to take the ferry into Philipsburg.
What to Love: two island atmospheres in one, a main perimeter road makes island driving easy, visiting Maho Beach to watch the planes land, over 350 restaurants on the island
Know Before You Go: Most of the island is national park, so it is very lush and quiet. A passport is not needed because it is part of the United States.
What to Love: Trunk Bay is incredibly beautiful, the ferry ride is scenic
photography by Destination Travel Co.
All photos were taken by our agents on both personal and professional travels.