24 Best Spots in the Caribbean

The Caribbean is no stranger to storms, and the region has become adept at bouncing back. While popular destinations such as St. Martin, Antigua and Barbuda, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico took major hits from 2017’s back-to-back hurricanes, 70 percent of the Caribbean—including most of the Greater Antilles, the southern part of the Lesser Antilles, and the region’s Latin American coasts—was left untouched. These spots have seen a boost in visitors as tour operators and cruise ships reroute their trips. To reboot their tourism economies, affected islands first focused on repairing airports, seaports, roads, and beaches.

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