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Travel Guide: Caribbean Islands

View of the Seabourn Pride on the water
The Seabourn Pride on the water

Welcome to "The Best of the Caribbean," a GAYOT travel guide featuring reviews of luxury hotels, eco-resorts, yoga retreats, romantic spas and live-like-a-local info. From the islands of Antilles to Turks and Caicos, GAYOT is the go-to place to learn about your favorite Caribbean getaways.

The Best Spas in the Caribbean

Because a Caribbean vacation demands self-indulgence and leisure, GAYOT has traveled the islands and selected the finest resorts sure to rejuvenate you, body and mind.
The Larimar Spa, one of GAYOT's Best Spas in Aruba

A guest room at Beaches Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean
Beaches Turks and Caicos

This 769-room resort in Turks and Caicos features nineteen restaurants and bars, six swimming pools, a waterpark and its own nightclub.

Top 10 Caribbean Resorts

Here are our top picks of places to sip cocktails alongside a lagoon, sun on the beach, walk through lush jungles and dive amidst some of the most stunning reefs in the world.
Cobblers Cove on the island of Barbados is one of our Top 10 Caribbean Resorts

The Rainforest Spa at Sugar Beach features private rainforest cabanas as treatment rooms
The Rainforest Spa at Sugar Beach

This spa is a secluded scenic escape where all of the treatment cabanas feature spectacular views of St. Lucia's Pitons or the ocean.

Top 10 Caribbean Cruise Lines

Whether they have their own private islands or craft shore excursions just for you, the ten cruise lines we've chosen for this list are among the very best.
Norwegian Getaway from Norwegian Cruise Lines, one of our Top 10 Caribbean Cruise Lines

For more on Caribbean Tourism, visit Do It Caribbean and One Caribbean


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Boutique fleets are the hottest thing on the high seas, promising smaller passenger lists, larger staterooms and sophisticated resort facilities.