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Santa Lucia Flowers, Costa Rica | Credit: Flickr user Anita Gould
🇨🇷Costa Rica

Give The Gift Of A Prosperous New Year With Santa Lucia Flowers

Many people have a particular flower they prefer to receive above all others. For New Year's in Costa Rica, Santa Lucia flowers are the only choice.
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Cayman Islands New Year's Eve
🇰🇾Cayman Islands

An Unusually Calm, Quiet Cayman Islands New Year’s Eve

There's nothing like a Cayman Islands New Year's Eve when it falls on a Sunday, especially if you and your dog like your NYE calm and quiet.
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🇩🇲Dominica

Toasting The New Year At Champagne Reef, Dominica

The particular dark-sand shores along the Caribbean Sea in southern Dominica pictured here couldn't be more perfect for starting any New Year off right.
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🇧🇧Barbados

This Makes Barbados The Caribbean’s #1 Destination For Ringing In The New Year

For those who simply must always be first, there really is only one best place to ring in the New Year in the Caribbean. That place: Barbados.
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Sunrise at Point Udall, St. Croix by Patrick Bennett
🇻🇮St. Croix

Starting the New Year First at Point Udall: Wish You Were Here

Ringing in the new year on St. Croix with the sky going purple, red, orange, yellow, and pale blue with the promise of a great year to come!
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Caribbean

Untold Stories of 2014

We shared 300+ posts in 2014 on our favorite Caribbean adventures. Here are a few that we missed...
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Patrick in Silk Cays, Belize
Caribbean

Travel the 4 Corners of the Caribbean in 3 Minutes

Antigua, Barbados, Belize, Bequia, Exuma, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, Tobago Cays, Union Island, Grenada, St. Kitts, St. Croix, and more. What a year!
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🇻🇬British Virgin Islands

Old Year’s Night at Foxy’s Bar in the BVI’s

One of the most legendary beach bars anywhere, Foxy's on Jost Van Dyke has been serving up good times since the 1960's.
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🇭🇹Haiti

Soup Joumou, Haiti’s Soup of Freedom: Taste of the Caribbean

Joumou soup is hearty and bursting with flavor, like just about every traditional meal you might eat in Hait!
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