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Tortola, British Virgin Islands

It's one thing to visit a Caribbean island for a vacation. It's another to make the pristine British Virgin Islands your destination of choice. But there's nothing quite like escaping to a private island in the British Virgin Islands—especially when it's the home of and playground for the Peter Island Resort.

The resort has piled up plenty of stellar accolades and is consistently...

Saint James, Barbados

Barbados became an independent nation in 1966, but more than 300 years of British rule had an everlasting effect on the island and its people. The Bajans are proud of their heritage and hospitality, so visitors experience warm island welcomes with British accents.

One of the most notable British bastions on Barbados is the Sandy Lane resort, a beachfront retreat for royals, captains...

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Negril, Jamaica

A clifftop hideaway for rock stars, lovers, and iconoclasts on a West Indies sabbatical, this is one of Negril's best-kept secrets. It's the opposite of every Jamaican all-inclusive stereotype, to the point where most people don't even realize it is one. With only 11 guest accommodations and no entertainment staff and hardly any set time for meals, The Caves feels more like "visiting your rich...

Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

Little Cayman tops many divers' must-dive list for good reason. Just a stone's throw from this tiny island's shoreline, gardens of corals and sponges glimmer like Technicolor rainbows, pristine walls drop into 6,000 feet of deep, blue water, and the visibility perpetually tops 150 feet or more. And the Little Cayman Beach Resort has visiting divers' needs covered from every...

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Roseau, Dominica

The island of Dominica offers an alternative to the standard white-sand-and-surf Caribbean setting: rocky, black beaches at the edges of an untamed jungle; gnarled banyan trees that line the pathways to secluded waterfalls; volcanic gases that belch into mud cauldrons and underwater bubble streams...

If you're so inclined, you can also find a patch of white sand on which to place your...

Soufrier, St. Lucia

St. Lucia, a teardrop-shaped island in the Lesser Antilles, nestled between St. Vincent and Martinique, is the tropical paradise you see on postcards come to life. And Jade Mountain, a 600-acre resort perched on its jagged southwestern shore, is the sultry spot where anyone would gladly be marooned. The lush retreat is nirvana for adventurers and hedonists alike, from its extravagant beachside...

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Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

This adults-only property is the epitome of the "new" Dominican Republic—it's a secluded and self-contained haven set on a private beach, in a luxury resort area that didn't even exist ten years ago. With property here going for much less than it does in longtime luxury destinations like Anguilla or St. Lucia, the DR is known as a place where you can enjoy a slice of luxury for less. And...

Morris Bay, Antigua and Barbuda

A labor of love built by a husband-and-wife team over the course of several decades, this is a local landmark with which you might fall in love—and you won't be alone. Everything is top-notch, from the food to the facilities, and the all-inclusive rate encompasses activities that usually carry an extra charge—most notably, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, and water-skiing. Service is...

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Families who like to stay active on their all-inclusive beach vacation should look no further than Beaches Turks & Caicos. This is a tropical, oceanfront property that easily caters to all age groups. Daily activity options for kids are almost dizzying, with choices including hitting the humongous water park, shooting hoops, making tie-dye shirts at the Kids Camps, learning to scuba dive, or...

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

Grand Turk is a diver's island for two reasons: First, it has more than two dozen world-class dive sites within a five- to ten-minute boat ride from pretty much anywhere on the island, ranging from shallow coral gardens teeming with reef fish to dizzyingly steep submarine walls frequented by mantas, eagle rays, and humpback whales (in season); second, there's really not much else to...

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