Amanda Lukoff: The Caribbean is more than just beautiful beaches. At Away.
com we gave suggestions for travelers looking for food, for adventure or a place to relax.
Aruba is just 20 miles long by 6 miles wide, but there is no shortage of adventure here. Explore island's dark carves and its tropical waters full of marine life and sheep wrecks. Run a four-wheel drive vehicle and check out the back roads of rugged north coast or the country side. Aruba is famous for its windsurfing so that's a must try during a visit to this happy island.
Tobago is a small Island just 27 miles long and 7 1/5 miles wide. So, it sometimes overlooked, but this Island is a great for adventures in the water. The sea is crystal clear offering some of the Caribbean's best diving, exotic sea life can be seen in the bays or as you float over the reefs. Most of this Island is blissfully empty which also makes it feel like you're own private paradise.
The British Virgin Islands also known as the BVI's are some of them least developed in the Caribbean, but this makes for a great place to relax. More than 60 islands make up the BVI's with Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Tortola being the most populated. Don't worry though they still have plenty of secluded area to soak up the sun.
So, set out and find a Caribbean island or any activity you so choose.