The islands Antigua and Barbuda are small, sandy oases at the eastern edge of Caribbean. If you're hunting blue seas, brighter than the skies overhead, with a green palm tree fringe and white beaches, don't look further. St. Johns, Antigua's main city, bustles with boat-related activity and tourist amenities to make your stay on the island a pleasant one.
A green tropical blanket envelopes the mountainous flanks of the island Dominica, located half-way between Puerto Rico and Tobago. While the island's interior is lush and diverse, Dominica's beautiful rugged peaks run down to the sea's edge, which limits the availability of soft beaches. Don't let that fool you into thinking less of Dominica. Billed the ?Nature Island of the Caribbean', attractions in this extensive garden abound.
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