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Finding the Caribbean's Hottest Nightlife, Activities, and Ladies
Girlfriend' getaways have gotten a lot of attention in the Caribbean, but what about when the boys need to be boys on the beach? From girls to gaming to golf, we've got your guys' trip destinations primed and ready to go.Continue to 2 of 6 below.
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You'll have ample opportunity to sample Barbados' famous rums whether you're on a tour of St. Nicholas Abbey or the Mt. Gay distillery or immersing in the famous party scene at St. Lawrence Gap. Plus, Barbados is one of the surfing and windsurfing capitals of the Caribbean, and has one of the region's best horse tracks at the Garrison Savannah for when you want to fire up a stogie and bet the ponies.Continue to 3 of 6 below.
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Cockfighting isn't for everyone, but this ancient blood sport still thrives in the shadow of San Juan's tourist hotels -- just one part of the unique Latin appeal of Puerto Rico. For clubbing, you can't beat San Juan, and Puerto Rico also offers plenty of high-energy sports, from boxing and baseball to the lure of the country's hotel casinos and rainforest hiking and ziplining.Continue to 4 of 6 below.
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Trinidad & Tobago
We'll just come out and say it: Trinidad and Tobago have some of the most beautiful women in the world. That alone should get your attention, but if you need more consider that Trinidad hosts one of the planet's biggest, loudest, and wildest parties -- Carnival -- every year, and you can pretty much find a soca-fueled "fete" any other week of the year, as well.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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The appeal of the Dominican Republic for a guys' trip lies in its diversity: you can find whatever kind of getaway you want here, whether that means settling into an all-inclusive resort for a few days of dining, drinking, and playing pool volleyball or indulging your wild side by exploring the island's vast national parks. Plus, the DR has some of the best golf courses in the Caribbean. For the best of both worlds, mix your beach stay with a few days in historic Santo Domingo, an ancient city with a fast-beating nightlife and culture.Continue to 6 of 6 below.
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Aruba is easy for Americans: you and your buddies will find plenty of ways to get here and lots that's familiar when you arrive. Activities abound whether you are on Palm Beach and looking to jet ski or join a pirate-themed rum cruise, or get down and dirty with a Jeep tour of the island's desert outback.