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St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands

Only a few miles east of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. John has virtually nothing in common with its overdeveloped neighbor. More than 60 percent of the island and its surrounding waters are comprised of Virgin Islands National Park. One visit and you realize you've reached the Caribbean of yore, a tropical landscape not in the least bit affected by cruise-ship infestation that...

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...

The Out Islands, Bahamas

Hugging the sugar-white sands of Andros Island in the Bahamas, Tiamo can only be reached by boat. Once ashore, you'll realize this 11-bunglaow retreat could teach a course on sustainable travel. The resort provides work for 30 locals, making it one of the largest employers on the island. It has also helped five local fishermen to buy boats and start their own business as bonefishing guides....


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