The islands in the southernmost part of the Caribbean are exotic. Located not far from the coast of South America, they're close to the equator, boasting incredible tropical climates. Steady trade winds help cool the islands in the heart of the summer.
Stroll the historic sections of the main towns on the islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaco to see splendid examples of Dutch architecture. All of the islands have exquisite beaches and high end resort areas, as well as more rugged, untouched landscape for "off road" exploration.
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On the south and west coasts of Aruba are miles of pristine white beaches that rank among the most scenic in the world. The island's most famous trees are the watapana, or "divi-divi," all permanently sculpted into graceful, south bending shapes by the constant trade winds.View Aruba Resorts
This island is known for its conservation efforts on land and in the waters surrounding the island. Tour the national park that covers one fifth of Bonaire, with hiking trails leading to scenic vistas, as well as opportunities to see exotic birds, wild donkeys and plenty of iguanas.View Bonaire Resorts
Located just 12 degrees north of the equator, Curacao has a warm, sunny climate year round. Its capital Willemstad features beautiful pastel colored buildings influenced by colonial Dutch architecture and many pedestrian friendly streets for sightseeing and shopping.View Curacao Resorts
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