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11 Great Caribbean Summer Vacations

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 24, 2016
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School’s out for the summer. Rates are low and adventure is high. Summer travel is in the air, and now is the best time of the year for a vacation, whether with your family or your significant other. Few places are better for summer vacations than the Caribbean. Relative temperatures on the beach are consistent and comfortable, the water is warmer and better for swimming and water sports and, best of all, you’ll find some great deals and extras.  Here are the best Caribbean summer vacations for 2016.

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Learn to Sail

Get out on the water and do something you’ll never forget — learn to sail. And there’s nowhere better than the Caribbean’s best hotel for watersports, Virgin Gorda’s Bitter End Yacht Club. The resort has a fleet of more than 100 boats that you can use for free, unlimited — but it’s got an even better sailing school. And when you’re not out on the water, you can either hit the beach or enjoy the property’s daily excursions to neighboring islands in the BVI. This just might be the ultimate summer vacation.


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