Caribbean Tourism

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Caribbean, with its massive tourism culture and infrastructure, has now become one of the most visited regions in the world. Tourists, numbering in millions, throng the different island nations of this region to enjoy the most exquisite type of tourism in the world. In recent years, there is an addition to the already vibrant tourism scene of the Caribbean. That recent addition is the construction of numerous nightclubs, discos and casinos in the region. This phenomenon has created a massive tourism boom in the region, especially of the young and hip crowd.

In any case, we can definitely include the Caribbean getaways that have been listed among the UNESCO Heritage Sites. These include Belize, with its amazing underwater attractions that can contribute to a great family adventure trip; Bermuda, where the historic Town of St. George can be found; and Curacao, which is home to ancient colonial structures with distinct Dutch influences, synagogues, and superb diving spots. Cuba, a country which has seen much strife yet has produced some of the best writers, and is a place that melds the ancient and modern (given interesting attractions like fortifications that hark back to the Spanish colonial times, plus festivals and modern theaters) may very well rank as the fourth top attraction in the Caribbean.

Antigua, particularly Carlisle Bay or Hermitage Bay with their gorgeous resorts, may be ranked among the top five Caribbean attractions. Carlisle Bay, a favored destination of many famous celebrities, is where superb food, great service and breathtaking views of tropical rainforests while enjoying a pampering massage in a spa come together for an out-of-this-world experience.

In any case, we can definitely include the Caribbean getaways that have been listed among the UNESCO Heritage Sites. These include Belize, with its amazing underwater attractions that can contribute to a great family adventure trip; Bermuda, where the historic Town of St. George can be found; and Curacao, which is home to ancient colonial structures with distinct Dutch influences, synagogues, and superb diving spots. Cuba, a country which has seen much strife yet has produced some of the best writers, and is a place that melds the ancient and modern (given interesting attractions like fortifications that hark back to the Spanish colonial times, plus festivals and modern theaters) may very well rank as the fourth top attraction in the Caribbean.

One of the real attractions on land is a jaguar reserve where a range of wild cats may be seen, including ocelots and pumas. Other wildlife abounds and the reserve also has several hundred species of bird within the one hundred and fifty square miles of tropical forest. For the eco-tourist, the Bacab Eco Adventure Park offers hundreds of species of flowering plants in over five hundred acres of land. The Belize Botanical Gardens, in the Cayo District also offer the eco-tourist the opportunity of seeing some marvellous flora. Also located in the Cayo district are the national parks of Guanacaste and Chiquibul, as well as the two highest land points in the country, Doyle's Delight and Victoria Peak. Finally, there is the opportunity to visit Maya Temples and view ancient Maya sites.

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This article was published on 2010/12/17