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.
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Garita del Diablo (Devil’s Sentry Box), Puerto Rico
Garita del Diablo (Devil's Sentry Box) at Castillo San Cristóbal in Old San Juan has been off limits for hundreds of years. There's a haunted reason why...
Devil’s Island, French Guiana – Hell on Earth for 100 Years
Devil's Island may look like an idyllic Caribbean paradise, but this French Guiana outpost actually better espouses its infamous name than its appearance.
Fort Christian, St. Thomas – Cornerstone of U. S. Virgin Islands History
You simply cannot tell the history of the Virgin Islands without Fort Christian. Its doors opened 339 years ago, making it the oldest structure in the USVI.
Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church, Sainte-Marie
There's an old, historic church in every town in Martinique. Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church bears one of the more uncommon histories among them.
Ilet Ramier, Martinique: Uncommon Attraction
You can't sail into the Bay of Fort-de-France from the south without passing Ilet-Ramier. Once you see it, though, you may not want to keep going at all.
Barbuda’s Martello Tower: Uncommon Attraction
Martello Tower Barbuda dates back to the early 1800s. It's said to be the oldest such tower in the Caribbean. It's also the island's strongest structure.
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