Puerto Rico is a colorful and invincible archipelago. This U.S. territory, irrevocably shaped by colonialism and dramatic weather events, is awash in culture, with much to be learned in its art galleries and its centuries-old citadels. Capital city San Juan is the largest city and tourism hub. Visitors should see Old San Juan, the inviting beaches, and Museo de Arte de Ponce, among the finest art museums in the Caribbean.
Part of the British Virgin Islands, Virgin Gorda is an island in the Caribbean famous for The Baths National Park, whose natural geologic granite formations dot the island's beaches and create stunning tidal pools and grottoes.
Cuba is a multicultural nation and the largest island of the West Indies. Its waterfront capital is Havana, a musical, scenery-rich city that is the center of commerce and tourism. Walk the Malecon of Havana, marvel at the artworks in the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, and go for a refreshing swim on Cayo Coco in central Cuba.