Source: Budget Travel Magazine
Whether you’ve been to these 10 Caribbean islands once or you’re planning your fifteenth visit, we’ve got the inside scoop on some of the best must-see spots in the islands.
If there’s any complaint about this part-French, part-Dutch island-piled high with nightclubs, restaurants, and resorts—it’s that there’s too much of everything. But in the wake of the global economic downturn, construction has slowed—and even, in a sense, reversed. A string of hurricane-battered structures at Mullet Bay on the Dutch side was torn down (after 15 years) and replaced by a provisional park. On the French side, ...