This is the voyage of the Lesser Antilles but less is probably not a word you’ll use to describe it. Especially in St. Barts. Here there are greater beaches (CNN ranked Saline Beach its No. 5 in the world), greater boutiques, greater things to see, and greater restaurants than anywhere else in the Caribbean.
On Dominica, learn the history of the ancient Carib Indians who were there when Christopher Columbus landed. Or study the rainforests, mountains, waterfalls, Boiling Lake, Emerald Pool, hot springs, tropical plants and volcanoes, all equally fascinating subjects.
The ship stays late in Barbados, so explore it all. The intriguing Barbados Museum has artifacts from the Arawak Indians (400 BC), galleries of 19th-century military history, even a decorative arts gallery depicting a sugar planter’s lifestyle. It’s also known as Little England, so it’s easy to find a proper British tea here. Tiny Antigua has gorgeous beaches – 365 of them. Virgin Gorda is most famous for The Baths and swimming around its pools, caves and grottos. And the little bar on the hilltop called Mad Dog, which has the best piña coladas in the world. Seriously.
- Day 1 – San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Day 2 – Gustavia, St. Barts
- Day 3 – Roseau, Dominica
- Day 4 – Bridgetown, Barbados
- Day 5 – Castries, St. Lucia
- Day 6 – St. Johns, Antigua
- Day 7 – Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
- Day 8 – San Juan, Puerto Rico
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