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Speyside and Buccoo Reef in Tobago
There are excellent watersport facilities throughout Tobago to suit all ages and abilities. Adventurous travellers won't be able to resist scuba diving among the colourful coral reefs of Speyside and Buccoo Reef. If you don't fancy diving, but still want to see the treasures of the deep, take a trip in a glass-bottomed boat or go deep-sea fishing.
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Providenciales in Turks and Caicos
With its fine dining restaurants and high-end resorts, Providenciales is where luxurious beach retreats can be found in Turks and Caicos. Relax and unwind at Turtle Cove's peaceful yacht basin or the 12-mile beach at Grace Bay. The Caicos Conch Farm and Bamboo Gallery are also well worth visiting.
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Crystal Caves in Bermuda
One of Bermuda's most spectacular attractions also has a remarkable story. Crystal Cave, where you can see subterranean lakes and straw stalactites, was actually discovered in 1907 by two boys attempting to retrieve a lost cricket ball. The hole through which they descended is still visible, but don't worry, you won't need to make the same dramatic entrance.
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Botanic Gardens in St Vincent
To the north of Kingstown in St Vincent lies one of the oldest botanical gardens in the Americas. This 20-acre area is decorated with colourful blossoms and native plants. It's also home to bountiful breadfruit trees, which were introduced to the island by Captain Bligh in 1765. There's even descendants of the original tree still standing today.
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Charlestown in St Kitts and Nevis
The rich history and age-old culture of Charlestown is evident around every corner. The charming capital of Nevis is characterised by quaint wooden buildings and blooms of bougainvillea. Notable heritage monuments include the Cotton Ginnery, Alexander Hamilton's birthplace (now a museum), the Court House, the War Memorial, and the Jewish Cemetery.
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