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Blue holes of the Bahamas

Underwater Caribbean caves are time capsules of thousands of years of history, and a journey into the depths reveals grand mineral formations and signs of prehistoric life.


Havana

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One of the last communist strongholds in the world, this colourful and character-filled city is where politics, sport, religion and music combine to create a place like no other.


Cuba, the Caribbean’s wild island

Known more for music and politics than for natural riches, the Caribbean country is teeming with life – from flamingo colonies to the largest population of the rare Cuban crocodile.


Lonely Planet’s 10 great Caribbean secrets

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A handful of the region’s hidden experiences that deliver unbeatable trips.
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The end of Cuba's classic cars?

While Cuba’s economic liberalisation has led to more tourist guest houses and new golf courses, it also means residents can buy, sell – and upgrade – their 50-year-old cars.
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Christopher Columbus’ unexpected home

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Founded in 1501, Santo Domingo is home to extraordinary traces of the original city, which served as a template for the design of emerging cities in the New World.


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