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The Caribbean Islands

The Caribbean is a breathtaking region that consists of the Caribbean Sea and its islands. This stunning region is home to more than 700 spectacular islands, reefs, cays, and islets. The Caribbean islands are divided into 30 territories including sovereign states, dependencies, and overseas departments.

The Caribbean islands are located in the Caribbean Sea region. The Caribbean Sea is located southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and on the mainland of North America, east of Central America, north of South America, and west of the Atlantic Ocean.

The countries bordering the Caribbean Sea are Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, United States, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Panorama, Jamaica, and Jamaica. Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad, and Tobago, Venezuela, and the territories of France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom abroad.

The history of the Caribbean reveals that the region played an important role in the colonial struggle of European powers since the 15th century.

Caribbean languages reflect the diverse history and culture of the region. There are six official languages spoken in the Caribbean: Spanish, French, English, Dutch, Haitian Creole, and Papiamento.

Cuba is the largest island nation in the Caribbean Sea, with a total area of ​​about 111,000 square kilometers, followed by the Dominican Republic with an area of ​​about 49,000 square kilometers.

The Caribbean islands are some of the time called the West Indies. Christopher Columbus thought he had reached the Indies (Asia) on his journey to find another way there. Instead, he reached the Caribbean. The Caribbeans were named West Indies for Columbus’s mistake.

The Caribbean is home to different ethnic groups including Afro-Caribbean, Indo-Caribbean, European, Hispanic, Jewish, Arab, and others. All these groups follow their own religion such as Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Taoism, and others.

The Caribbean is a mixed region with remarkable economic potential and growth opportunities. Gross national income (GNI) ranges from about $800 to $30,000 per capita, and some countries depend on exports of goods, while others represent the Caribbean people around the world in terms of tourism.

Caribbean music reflects the multicultural influences that have shaped the Caribbean and are largely African. The first figures to influence Caribbean musicians were historical figures from South America and somewhat from Africa.

When it comes to tourism, the Caribbean is considered the hottest destination for tourists. From shimmering reefs to white-sand beaches to high mountain peaks, the Caribbean has it all.

The Caribbean is one of the world’s prime yachting districts, offering variety, a warm climate, and a fine landscape. The numerous little islands and moderately quiet cruising waters make this locale incredible to investigate via ocean.

The warm weather of the Caribbean attracts millions of tourists throughout the year. Tourists visit the Caribbean not only to explore the breathtaking locations but also to enjoy its scrumptious cuisine. Some of the notable national dishes include Coucou & Flying Fish and Pepperpot.

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