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Phase one: The Caribbean

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Magdalena, Colombia
East of the city of Santa Marta on the Caribbean coast of Colombia lies the gorgeous, rugged Parque Tayrona, a true feast for all of the senses. The park doesn't have roads--you have to hike or go by boat in order to get past the entrance--so we...
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Antigua and Barbuda
I'd never touched a stingray before. I'd never wanted to. It went against everything I believe about interactions with wildlife: look, but don't touch and certainly don't harass. Yet there is something undeniably magical about motoring out to a...
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Woodlands, Montserrat
How can a "must do" experience on an island be leaving the island? When it's visiting the one-of-a-kind, totally off-the-beaten-path island of Montserrat. A modern day Pompeii, Montserrat used to be an emerald gem in the crown of the Caribbean....
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Pavilion Dr, Osbourn, Antigua and Barbuda
Okay, this may not really qualify as a "must do" activity in Antigua for most, but I've never ever seen this ingenious invention before in all my Caribbean travels, so for me grabbing a couple mini rotis from the snackette at the airport is a...
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124 S Church St, George Town, Cayman Islands
Dive into the coral caves and passages at the Devil’s Grotto to really explore the oceanic flora and fauna of the Caribbean Sea. Swim through the incredibly thick schools of silverside fish, watch stingrays swim and play along the sand, and take...
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S Church St, George Town, Cayman Islands

While convenience isn’t necessarily the first attribute you look for in a Caribbean beach, the fact that Smith Barcadere happens to be super close to the port makes an already great spot even more appealing. Thanks to the protected position...

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So many of the amazing coral gardens and tropical fish in the Cayman Islands are no more that 10 to 15 feet from the water's surface. This allows for perfect snorkeling excursions from the shoreline of easily accessible beaches. Cemetery Beach and...
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Old Man Bay, Cayman Islands
This beach in Grand Cayman features hidden coves and undeveloped shoreline to walk along in total solitude. With the nearest restaurant about a mile away, it will just be your thoughts, the tide, and the occasional seabird cruising the coast.
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West Bay, Cayman Islands
This national park runs along the sea and is only accessible via a long dirt road near Papagallo restaurant. As this beach is truly secluded, it may have areas of seaweed and driftwood to maneuver around.