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Caribbean Vacation Guides - ABC Islands - Travel Guide for Aruba Bonaire & Curaçao - Dutch Caribbean ABC Islands (Lesser Antilles) - cover

Caribbean Vacation Guides - ABC Islands - Travel Guide for Aruba Bonaire & Curaçao - Dutch Caribbean ABC Islands (Lesser Antilles)

Guide Caribbean Vacation

Publisher: Caribbean Vacation Guides

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Summary

Are you planning a dream vacation to Aruba, Bonaire, or Curacao? Aruba represents the ideal Caribbean vacation with its resorts, casinos, and restaurants. It also offers beautiful white beaches and craggy limestone landscapes. Bonaire, being less developed, offers an arid desert climate with a laid-back ambiance and coral reefs. Curacao offers an interesting history, museums, and diverse cultural experiences. The clear waters and coral reefs around all three of these islands are a diver and snorkeler’s paradise. But, where are the very best must-visit spots on these islands?
 
This Caribbean Vacations Guide will help you make the most your visit to these beautiful islands … the ultimate sun worshipper’s paradise! You will read about the five things you must know before visiting Aruba. Learn about the Bonaire Hotel. Discover the best restaurants and tourist hotspots in Curacao. Enjoy the finest dining on Aruba, and the cultural diversity to be experienced on Curacao.
 
This book is an invaluable guide to ensuring that your Caribbean vacation is everything you hope it will be. You will definitely want to have this guide with you … both while planning your trip and while exploring these wonderful island paradises. Get your copy and plan your ultimate tropical island vacation!

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