The beaches, dining and shopping are great on this tiny tropical isle just 12 miles off Mexico´s coast. But it´s the coral reef just off shore and the sacred Maya ruins that are the primary attractions. Palm-lined beaches throb with activity, while a dense jungle interior showcases Cozumel´s primeval side. Spectacular Palancar Reef, part of the second longest coral reef system in the world, beckons divers from all over the world.George Town, Cayman Islands
Once a pirate stronghold and haven for deserters from Oliver Cromwell´s army, British Grand Cayman today is charming, prosperous and utterly civilized. Even though the famous Seven-Mile Beach is actually closer to six miles long, every inch of its golden sand is a treat. In addition to duty-free shops filled with fine English porcelain and crystal, the marvelous marine park system alone makes a visit here worthwhile.Ocho Rios, Jamaica
water does play a big role around Ocho Rios. You will be able to experience this for yourself on a boat tour through the mangrove forests or on a visit to the famous Dunn’s River Falls. From a height of 200 metres, the water cascades over natural limestone terraces and plunges directly into the blue Caribbean Sea. It’s up to you to decide: just admire the falls from a viewing platform or climb up yourself. But there is also a lot to discover above the water line. Cobaya Garden for example, a tropical garden featuring exotic flora, or how does a round of golf in front of Caribbean dream settings sound to you?