A volcanic island, Saint Lucia is home to the world's only drive-in volcano and is famous for the 'Pitons' - two towering volcanic plugs.
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If you're looking for a chain of stunningly beautiful Caribbean islands surrounded by turquoise waters then St. Vincent and the Grenadines is for you.
Known as the "Island of Spice", Grenada is home to beautiful beaches and some of the friendliest people in the Caribbean.
The volcanic slopes surrounding the town of Boquete in the highlands of Panama are the perfect place for spotting the elusive Quetzal.
In the days of Concorde, Barbados was the only scheduled Caribbean destination, a long-time favourite playground for royalty and the rich and famous.
Trinidad and Tobago (TT) is a two-island country offering the visitor two completely different destinations in one.
When your plane pulls up outside the small terminal building of Bonaire's Flamingo International Airport you'll know you've landed somewhere special.
The name "Curaçao" has become associated with a shade of blue, because of the deep-blue version of the liqueur produced on the island.
Aruba has branded itself "One Happy Island" and its miles of white-sand beaches are the perfect playground for the sun-worshiping tourist.
Venezuela's Savannah region offers one of the oldest and most unusual landscapes in the world, with rivers, waterfalls, mountains, gorges and more.
Located well off the beaten tourist trail, Guyana is a fascinating destination offering incredible, raw, natural beauty and gigantic rivers.
The only Dutch speaking country in South America, Suriname offers a Caribbean culture, vast rainforests and a UNESCO listed capital city
French Guiana is a territory of France and the only French-speaking country in South America. Most of the action is along the coast where nature combine with culture and rockets.
French Guiana boasts the longest carnival celebrations of anywhere in world, running from January to March with a parade every Sunday in Cayenne.