My favorites would have to be Labadee, Costa Rica, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Barbados. There are so many islands that we haven't been to, and that is why each cruise is special. It's great to experience new ports and learn about so many different cultures.
Sounds like Curacao is hands down getting the votes...It became our last and best island of all on our last cruise; first time there and sure not to be the last. We also did a walking tour on our own and a great tour on the water followed with a snorkel of the sunken ship just off shore, it was great. We've enjoyed the East, West, and the Southern. Always something to do..St Thomas is also great because of Meagans Bay; sooooooo beautiful.
Penny: It was positively the best tour ever in Curacao. Our guide was Howard. Look at the website for Actief. The pictures do not do justice what we got to see, and because it was only our family and Howard we could pick and choose what we did and didn't want to stop for. Also the snorkeling site was only us at this cove--no bodies fins in my face! We kept asking at all these stops why was no one there--he said that there are people who live on the island who haven't seen the "wild side" natural wonders and don't really know what is there. It was amazing.
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Janet, I think you'll really enjoy that itinerary. If you like to snorkel/dive, Belize is the place. There is some good snorkeling/diving in Cozumel, too, but Belize is fantastic. We'll be there next May, and that's exactly what we plan to do, if the weather cooperates.
Billybuzzy, I almost put down Bermuda, but she did ask for the Caribbean I really would love to do Tahiti, too, and Australia/New Zealand. Oh my, so many places