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The beach at the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman.
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From Grand Cayman to Antigua, 5 Caribbean Places to Go in June

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - May 31, 2022
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The Caribbean is even better in the summer, something frequent Caribbean travelers know well. 

Sure, the thermometer is higher, but that also means the sea is warm and inviting; and at night, the palm trees shake with cooling ocean breezes. 

And while summer is not quite the slow period it was before the onset of the pandemic, there’s still value to be found, with lower rates and lower crowds than you’ll see at the height of the tourist season. 

So where to go in June? 

The return of our Places to Go list takes you to five different destinations across the region, from French Caribbean gems to beach capitals. 

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Grand Cayman’s Camana Bay mixed use development has become one of the island’s true town squares, with terrific dining, shopping and culture.

Grand Cayman Yes, the Cayman Islands is open again, and that means the return of what has always been one of the Caribbean’s most prominent luxury destinations. Grand Cayman, know for its outstanding residential resorts (including the celebrated Kimpton Seafire and Ritz-Carlton), is as diverse and sophisticated a place as you’ll find in the Caribbean, with something for every kind of traveler, whether you’re a foodie, a beach lover, a diver or a golfer. (Here’s how to visit).


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