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Caribbean
 
Basseterre, St. Kitts
Although founded by the French in 1627, St. Kitts is a very British paradise where cricket and tea are the norm. The dramatic mixed island landscape is rimmed in gold-sand beaches and dotted with well-preserved plantations left over from when the island was covered with sugar cane.
 
Belize City, Belize
Long before the 17th-century powers to fight over Belizean sovereignty, a complex Mayan civilization flourished here. Today, many of the architectural treasures from that amazing lost culture remain for you to explore in virtually untouched verdant jungles.
 
Boston
Welcome to an American city where history truly does come to life. Be sure to visit Bunker Hill Monument, Paul Revere's House, the Old North Church, Quincy Market and the mansions of Beacon Hill. Then wander Boston Common, the oldest public park in the U.S.
 
Bridgetown, Barbados
The most British of all the Caribbean islands, games of cricket are as common here as the typical island water sports. Visit the third-oldest Parliament in the entire Commonwealth. Stroll the inviting beaches of Carlisle Bay, tour a rum factory, or visit the historical Garrison area. Bridgetown is the only city outside continental North America that George Washington visited. The George Washington House, the actual house where he stayed, is now part of the Garrison Historic Area.
 
Cape Liberty, New Jersey
As a symbol of democracy and freedom, the Statue of Liberty is recognized around the world and is synonymous with the United States. You can reach Liberty Island by ferry, departing from Jersey City, New Jersey.
 
Cartagena, Colombia
The old walled city of Cartagena reflects a turbulent history of conquistadors and pirates. Climb "las murallas" for an unforgettable view of the harbor. Shop for emeralds and leather goods along the cobblestone streets of this enchanting city.
 
Castries, St. Lucia
A mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with thriving coral reefs and rain forest preserves. Explore the world's only drive-in volcanic crater at Sulfur Springs. Visit the Diamond Botanical Gardens and Falls and the Morne Coubaril Estate.
 
CocoCay, Bahamas
Surrounded by the gentle, translucent waters of the Bahamas chain lies the secluded island of CocoCay®, an eco-certified private destination. Reserved exclusively for cruise ship guests, this 140-acre tropical paradise was awarded a Gold-Level Eco-Certification by Sustainable Travel International™ for its environmentally friendly activities and tours. With its white-sand beaches and spectacular surroundings, CocoCay is a wonderland of adventures. Explore new aquatic facilities, nature trails and a ton of great places to just sit back, relax and enjoy a tropical drink.
 
Costa Maya, Mexico
This coastal paradise in the Yucatn features stunning beaches with soft sand and blue skies. Travel to see ancient Mayan ruins in this region rich with archaeological sites.
 
Cozumel, Mexico
The island of Cozumel off the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula continues to be known for its fantastic fishing, snorkeling and diving opportunities. And despite the growth of tourism in recent years, the island and its only town, San Miguel, retain much of their original warmth and charm.
 
Fort-de France, Martinique
Fort-de-France is a commercial city and the capital of Martinique. Its grandest building is the Bibliotheque Schoelcher, a colorful masterpiece by architect Henri Pick. Visiting the various open-air and farmers markets is a tradition in itself, so is exploring the area's distinguished sailing adventures.
 
Galveston, Texas
Galveston Island is Texas' top historic destination. Guests on cruises from Galveston can enjoy 32 miles of relaxing beaches, great seafood, tropical scenery, superb restaurants, marvelous downtown shopping, breathtaking Victorian architecture, numerous antique stores, incredible art galleries, plus tons of attractions, entertainment venues and world-class sportfishing.
 
George Town, Grand Cayman
The largest of the Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is famous for its Seven Mile Beach, the popular Stingray City and its excellent diving. Both nature and history are preserved underwater with a collection of easily viewed shipwrecks, coral formations and marine life.
 
Gustavia, St. Barthélemy
A hidden treasure of the French West Indies, St. Barts boasts a unique mix of breathtaking beaches, designer boutiques and a playground for celebrities.
 
Harvest Caye, Belize
Belize is ideal for eco-tourism. With diverse ecology consisting of jungles, rainforests, swamps, coral reef and so on, Norwegians will find solace and adventure in Harvest Caye stunning landscape.
 
Key West
Located at the southernmost tip of the United States, this cool little island hideaway is closer to Havana, Cuba, than it is to Miami. Visit two of Key West's best attractions, the Key West Shipwreck Treasures Museum and the Key West Aquarium.
 
Kralendijk, Bonaire
Speak Papiamentu? That's OK. English and Dutch are also used in Kralendijk, the capital of Bonaire, an island nestled in the Caribbean Netherlands. This spot offers an abundance of water activities from coral reef diving to kayaking, catamaran sailing and 4X4 safari adventures.
 
Miami
Miami's amazing medley of cultures and flashy urban settings makes it a scene to be seen. Visit trendy Art Deco district of South Beach, Calle Ocho in Little Havana, the super-upscale neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Coral Gables and the unique ecosystem of the Everglades.
 
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Cruise into Jamaica's second largest city. Stroll down Gloucester Ave, and experience an abundance of restaurant, bars, souvenir emporia and colorful people. After sampling this lively neighborhood, you may want to take in the quieter Museum of St. James with its poignant take on the city's history. Or relax and cool off in the azure waters of Cornwall Beach.
 
Nassau, Bahamas
From the waterfront to the end of Bay Street, you'll find some of the best duty-free shopping and a charming mix of architecture, both old and new. But there's plenty to do besides shopping - swim with the dolphins, try your luck in a casino or snorkel with colorful fish.
 
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
The golden beaches, swaying palm trees and fragrant air are just a prelude to what surrounds this beautiful city. Within the nearby jungle-covered mountains are the magnificent Dunn's River Falls, the foliage of Fern Gully and the untouched beauty of the White River.
 
Oranjestad, Aruba
Incredibly white sands and cobalt blue seas make the small island of Aruba a popular destination. In the bustling freeport town of Oranjestad, sherbet-colored Dutch colonial buildings, draped in bougainvillea, oleander and hibiscus are simply picturesque. Small, but informative museums relate the island's history.
 
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
With an area of only 37 square miles, the island of St. Maarten is the smallest landmass in the world to be divided between two governments. The southern Dutch half offers casinos, duty-free shopping and island culture. The French half is all subdued sophistication.
 
Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
Pointe-à-Pitre, the largest city of Guadeloupe, is located on the eastern "butterfly wing" of the overseas French region, on the Caribbean Sea. Among the most popular attractions are the open-air markets, just a few streets from the harbor, where you can experience the animated culture and people of this unique island. Be sure to visit the city's major landmark, the Gustav Eiffel-designed Cathédrale de St. Pierre-et-St-Paul, nicknamed the "Iron Cathedral" because of its unique bolted iron rib skeleton.
 
Port Canaveral, Florida
Port Canaveral is your gateway to the Space Coast and the attractions of Central Florida. Visit the Kennedy Space Center, swim at Cocoa Beach or enjoy a fun-filled day at one of Orlando's world-famous theme parks.
 
Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras
Beautiful and unspoiled, Roatan is a peaceful, eco-tourist's dream, just 30 miles off the coast of Honduras. Teeming with marine life and home to some of the best pillar coral in the Caribbean, the pristine Belizean Reef is a diver's paradise. And the beauty of Tabyana Beach is always a sight to see.
 
Roseau, Dominica
Cascading waterfalls, thermal springs and scenic pleasures abound on this ruggedly beautiful island and can all be explored throughout Morne Trois Pitons National Park. Or tour the cobblestone plaza of the Old Market, the old Catholic cathedral and botanical gardens.
 
Samana, Dominican Republic
Samana is the Caribbean of 40 years ago. A region that has seemingly shielded itself from the stress and pressures of modern day life. Samana awakens memories of a bygone era with white-sand beaches, coconut-covered mountains, lush tropical rainforests and vibrant coral reefs.
 
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Founded in 1521, San Juan's picturesque cobblestone streets, plazas and chapels reflect its Spanish heritage. But the second oldest city in the Americas also boasts fine beaches, lush rainforests, verdant mountainsides, imposing forts and a lovely tropical climate.
 
St. John's, Antigua
Bask in the grand sight of the city's skyline; dominated by the white baroque towers of St. John's Cathedral. Sample local cuisines, visit the Botanical Garden, witness the magnifient Antigua Lighthouse, the historical Fort James and much more as you discover this grand city.
 
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
The town of Charlotte Amalie has one of the most breathtaking harbors in the world. Once home to pirates of long ago, today visitors find treasures of a different kind, for now beautiful beaches and bountiful dutyfree shopping are truly its claim to fame.
 
Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Discovered by Christopher Columbus himself in 1493, this exotic, peaceful island is home to both towering mahogany trees and white-sand beaches. The region offers a challenging hike that extends 1,780 feet up Sage Mountain. A great spot for great birdwatching and breathtaking views of Tortola and neighboring islands.
 
Willemstad, Curacao
Walk around this quaint harbor town and you'll think you've travelled back in time to Old Amsterdam. Admire the colorful Dutch architecture and take advantage of the excellent shopping. Relax on 17-century veranda with a drink made with the famous Curacao liqueur.