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Things to do in Caribbean

From classic must-see sights to insider hot spots and local haunts, there are countless things to do in Caribbean. How do you decide? Start with our travel guide and get our favorite Caribbean attractions and activities—shops, museums, parks, nightclubs, coffee shops, tours, and more.

Our international team of editors and writers handpick the best things to do in Caribbean to help travelers discover authentic, local experiences. Whether a hidden boutique with handcrafted products, a popular local festival, a bakery with a cult following, or a picnic-worthy park, Travel + Leisure guides the way, providing information and inspiration. From beaches and bars to cultural attractions and up-and-coming neighborhoods, our list will help you make the most of your romantic getaway, family vacation, or trip with friends. Below find Travel + Leisure’s top picks for what to do in Caribbean.

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  • Acampa Nature Adventures

    Acampa, a store specializing in outdoor gear, also offers guided nature adventures. The company has classic adventures, designed for groups of 6-12... More
  • Alcázar de Colón

    The former house of Columbus's son Diego is crammed with antiques. For a more thorough explanation of the sacristies, it's worth it to hire (for a ... More
  • Al's Mar Azul

    Come late afternoon, in-the-know travelers wander right from the nearby ferry landing to the laid-back, open-air bungalow—to drink margaritas and w... More
  • Americo Melo & Co.

    Visit this plantation where you can watch craftsmen roast coffee beans. You get to sample the results in the adjacent café. More
  • Amnesia, Ocho Rios

    If you want to survey the local scene, head to Amnesia, which rocks until well past midnight five nights a week. It’s a little rough around the edg... More
  • Andros Bonefishing

    Sprawling, unspoiled Andros has a coastline threaded with mudflats, bights, and shallow lagoons: prime territory for catching bonefish. These elusi... More
  • Anse de Columbier

    This secluded spot appeals to adventurous types, since you can only get here by boat or on foot. Hint: rather than starting from the hilltop in Col... More
  • Anse de l'Orient

    Down the coast from St.-Jean, this quiet crescent is popular with locals and surfers.   Created by the editors of T+L for Regent Seven Seas Cruises... More
  • Anse des Flamands

    With its soft sand and placid water, Flamands gets our vote. Reserve a beachside table at Le Case de l'Isle (590-590/276-181), at tony Hôtel St.-Ba... More
  • Anse du Gouverneur

    Rarely crowded, Gouverneur is located over a mountain pass and down a steep hill on the island's south end. It's no-frills, so pack snacks.   Creat... More
  • Appleton Estate

    This old sugar plantation, founded in 1749, produces some of the world’s top rums. Appleton is the island’s oldest and largest distillery, as well ... More
  • Aragorn's Studio

    Under the watch of Tortola-born coppersmith Aragorn Dick-Read, Aragorn's Studio has grown from an art gallery into a burgeoning collective, where c... More
  • Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Centre

    The only zoo in the Bahamas, Ardastra relies on donations to keep its operation running. It has a surprising variety of animals, from a Vietnamese ... More
  • Arthur’s Bakery

    Arthur's Bakery bustles as "the" meeting place for residents and visitors in Harbour Island. They come for coffee and freshly baked bread and pastr... More
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    Atlantis Casino, Aquariums & Waterpark

    Atlantis' 141-acre waterpark, called Aquaventure, pumps more than 20 million gallons of water throughout its maze of water slides and lazy river. ... More
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