Come winters and North Americans and Europeans decide to throw away their boots and warm clothing and head to some place warm, sunny and fuzzy for a well-deserved escape. Is there anything better than the balmy, bright and glamorous beaches of the Caribbean? From luxury beachfront resorts to private islands to budget hostels, the region is teeming with options catering to all budgets. From immersing in the vibrant local Caribbean culture to tucking into delicious food, there is just no stopping the bouquet of experiences that can be savored here.

Here is our expert list of the Caribbean’s hottest (or coolest if you please) destinations.

1. St. Lucia 

St. Lucia’s dramatic natural beauty is evident in everything from its sharp green mountain peaks to mystical terrains protruding from its crystal clear azure waters. This isn’t really a shopping or partying hotspot but there are plenty of romantic sights and adventure activities to keep visitors on their toes.

The island offers excellent diving and windsurfing opportunities, in addition to its naturally stunning hot springs and delectable local cuisine. There’s rarely a dull moment here.

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  1. I have a 50th coming up soon in October a would love somwere thats beautiful to lool at everywere i turn. Romantic too. I am.just back from.mexico and a was so disappointed in the overall outlook if the hotel ext there. When a ask dor 5*you expect to get it. Can you suggest somwere beautiful and spotlessly clean and no problems with foods.


  2. Put some “clothes” on your damn models. Why do I want to see their naked rear ends? They don’t appeal to me. Should I unsubscribe or just keep scrolling? I don’t read your articles because I can’t get by how you people “market yourselves”. It’s not only about sex; it’s about LIFE and places to live it.

  3. Hello!
    Your comment is confusing. We do not employ models. There is no nudity within the articles on this website. If we have been spammed by someone by all means send us a link to the page it allegedly appears so we can take action.
    Thank you.

  4. Hi
    I’m sorry. Somehow it looks like we never responded. I don’t know what happened. Well, let us wish you an early Happy Birthday this year!!
    Thanks for your support!

  5. Hello,
    I beg to differ. While I do not have all the answers, I know not everyone is led to this site via the waterfall picture in question. Sorry, I am not in charge of advertising. Thanks for your support.

  6. I was definitely led here by the stunning waterfalls, I was hoping to find out where that was and how I could get there.. sad face

  7. Hi!
    If it is a picture from one of our articles, search on the homepage for waterfalls and it will be identified in one of the articles that come up in the search. If it is in an advertisement, use the dropdown menu and search the web for the image. I am not much of a computer expert but that’s what I would do. Thank you for your comment!

  8. Oh blah blah blah you old bitty.

    I’m a 57 year old woman who appreciates all the models they use and quite frankly, the women add even more beauty to the already beautiful scenery.

    Check out AARP magazine for content you’re probably more comfortable with.

  9. It’s not in the article.
    It’s in the video that plays on the link.
    The opening shot and it shows a lovely girl walking towards and into an amazing waterfall.

    Pahleeease tell where that waterfall is.

  10. Honestly though we don’t have much control over advertising either way. It is nice to know though that not everyone is offended by something out of our control.

  11. Hi!
    Sorry. I am only a writer. I have never actually seen it, to be honest. I will email my boss though and ask though when I get the chance.


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