If you’re a history buff or just want to see more of the rich culture of the world, you’ll love the Caribbean holidays below:
Nevis — The Caribbean island of Nevis is home to Charlestown, one of the most charming cities in the area. The buildings harken back to the Georgian era, and the lack of modern development gives this city a rustic look that you can’t help but love. There are no end of museums, old-timey eateries, and places where you can experience life as it was long ago.
Cuba — Few countries in the Caribbean offer as much culture and history as Cuba! Now that the country is open to all Western tourists, it’s a great chance for you to visit the island and see it for yourself. You can take a two-week tour of the island, getting a glimpse into life on the once-mysterious island.
Bermuda — The fact that Bermuda is so far north means it’s not as blisteringly hot as some of the other Caribbean islands, but that doesn’t make it any less enjoyable! Here, you can explore the massive Royal Naval Dockyard, dating back to 1814. In the capital city of Hamilton, the iconic Rosedon Hotel is over 100 years old.
Trinidad — When it comes to culture in the Caribbean, you won’t find more culture than in Trinidad during the Carnival season. Just like Brazil with Carnaval and New Orleans with Mardi Gras, the entire country comes alive for Carnival–the weekend just before the onset of Lent, when people sing and dance in the street. Think traditional food, clothes, music, and entertainment from Trinidad, and you have a small picture of what this amazing place has to offer!
In Part 5, we’ll look at a few Caribbean holidays for the lovers…
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