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.
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.
On-Site St. Martin: Scaling Off Lolo Lunch Fun at Fort Louis
From the street just outside Cisca's Delicacy, Fort Louis stood stoically above Marigot tempting exploration.
Scaling Big Black Brimstone Hill Fortress, St. Kitts
On St. Kitts looms one of the most impressive sites in all the Caribbean: a black massive fortress nearly 1,000 ft in the air. This, is Brimstone Hill.
First Look Inside Martinique’s Fort Saint Louis in 13 Years: Uncommon Attraction
For more than a decade, you had to be in the French Navy to get inside Martinique's Fort Saint Louis. All that just changed a few weeks ago.
Fort Christiansvaern from the Sea: Photo of the Day
Legends and Loose Ties to American History at Fort Hamilton, Bequia: Uncommon Attraction
Citadelle Laferrière Haiti: An Uncommon Mountaintop Fortress
Citadelle Laferrière had 365 cannons of varying sizes, and despite its inland location, sightlines extended as far as the eastern coast of Cuba.