Saint Gerard’s Catholic Church(es), Anguilla – Uncommon Attraction
Even among Anguilla's surprising assortment of beautifully distinctive churches, Saint Gerard's Catholic Church stands out.
Mudjin Harbour Caves, Middle Caicos – Uncommon Attraction
Carved by the sea over the centuries, the Mudjin Harbour Caves are among the more striking features of the seaside cliffs in Middle Caicos.
Église Saint-Thomas du Diamant – Uncommon Attraction
The stains of slavery mar the foundations of many notable structures in the Americas, le Église Saint-Thomas du Diamant among them.
Cascade du Saut Gendarme – Easy-Access Waterfall Fun in Martinique
Chasing waterfalls in Martinique doesn't always require careful planning or arduous treks. Such is the case with the Cascade du Saut Gendarme.
Ogier-Fombrun Museum – Stirring History by the Sea in Haiti
At the Ogier-Fombrun Museum in Haiti, the pain of slavery is juxtaposed with a lavish colonial estate to create a provocative conscious travel experience.
Fort Shirley Officers’ Quarters: Where Mutiny Begat Emancipation
An 1802 revolt that started at the Fort Shirley Officers' Quarters in Dominica directly led to the emancipation of a most unlikely group of slaves.
Fort Jefferson Seawalls – Walk Atop The Waves In The Florida Keys
If you're visiting Fort Jeffereson on a day trip, you'll want to leave time for beachcombing, snorkeling, and a stroll atop the Fort Jefferson seawalls.
Dlo Ferré, Martinique – Murky Water Letdown You May Not Want to Miss
Dlo Ferré, a hot spring pool carved into the rocks along the sea in Martinique, isn't all that hot, but the setting is still pretty sweet.
Barton Bay, Montserrat – The Caribbean’s Most Uncommon Beach
For such a small beach, there's a lot to discover at Barton Bay, Montserrat. Truly, in all of the Caribbean, there's no other beach quite like it.