With 60% of its land area comprising a pristine national park, St. John is as far away as you can get from civilization, but still be just a short distance from upscale jewelry stores and boutiques. A visit to St. John is a must for those seeking true escape.
San Juan, Puerto Rico, is very gay friendly and filled with hot nightlife! Friendly locals make the beaches bars and restaurants an even more wonderful experience.
The wonder of Antigua, and especially its astonishingly undeveloped sister island, Barbuda, is that you can still play Robinson Crusoe here. Travel brochures trumpet the 365 sensuous beaches, "one for every day of the year," as locals love saying, though when the island was first developed for tourism, the unofficial count was 52 ("one for every weekend"). Either way, even longtime residents haven't combed every stretch of sand.
The most populous and urban of the US Virgin Islands, St. Thomas is a one-stop shop for fun, beaches, relaxation, and island-inspired nightlife.
St. Croix. Known as one of the most gay-friendly Caribbean Islands, St. Croix is one of the three US Virgin Islands and has nearly 100 miles of endless white .....
This ravishing island of emerald mountains and golden beaches is still little-visited except for cruise-ship traffic. With primo diving and snorkelling, hikeable rainforests, and even a drive-in volcano, it’s got all the right stuff for the off-the-beaten-path adventurer. Nature-lovers can swim alongside dolphins, watch sea turtles laying eggs on Grand Anse beach, or observe iguanas. Thrill-seekers should climb the Piton mountains, kitesurf Sandy Beach, or dive coral-crusted undersea walls.
Grenada is an island country consisting of the island of Grenada and six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines in the southeastern Caribbean ...