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The islands of the Caribbean Sea or West Indies are an extensive archipelago in the far west of the Atlantic Ocean, mostly strung between North and South America. They've long been known as a resort vacation destination for honeymooners and retirees, but a small movement toward eco-tourism and backpacking has started to open up the Caribbean to more independent travel. With year-round good weather (with the occasional but sometimes serious exception of hurricane season in the late summer and early fall), promotional air fares from Europe and North America, and hundreds of islands to explore, the Caribbean offers something for almost everyone.

Sex Scene and Prostitution

Prostitution is illegal in most Caribbean destinations, but there are two notable exceptions: the Dutch Caribbean ABC islands and the Dominican Republic. Unbeknownst to most tourists, Bonaire, Saint Martin and Curaçao have legal brothels; the biggest is the Campo Alegre Adult Resort in Curacao, which has been in business for half a century and can have up to 150 girls available for liaisons on a given evening. The "Happy Camp" does attract some tourists as well as locals, and even welcomes women and couples on Tuesday nights. Basically the the top sex tourism destinations in Caribbean which are way above the others are Dominican Republic and Cuba.


Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the Cayman Islands, often grouped as Greater Antilles, are by far the largest countries in the area and the most visited by travellers. In the north is the Lucayan Archipelago, which includes The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The Caribbean also includes the Lesser Antilles, a group of much smaller islands to the east. Further to the west and south, there are various less frequently visited islands that belong to Central and South American countries.

Lucayan Archipelago

Nations and territories of the Caribbean
The Bahamas
a cluster of islands north of the Greater Antilles and southeast of Florida
Turks and Caicos Islands
a cluster of islands south of The Bahamas

Greater Antilles

Cayman Islands
a small island close to Cuba that functions as an offshore financial centre
Dominican Republic
Puerto Rico

Lesser Antilles

The Lesser Antilles can be further divided into three groups:

Leeward Islands

Just a 20 minutes ride away by boat from Saint Martin, Anguilla is a member of the British Commonwealth of nations, Anguilla is not very touristy (yet), but has incredible white sand beaches.
Antigua and Barbuda
Known for its 365 beaches, one for each day of the year.
British Virgin Islands
Caters for the eco and budget minded travelers.
Sint Eustatius
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Martin
U.S. Virgin Islands

Windward Islands

ABC Islands

Other islands and territories

These countries are not part of the Greater or Lesser Antilles but are variously close to it, and are commonly associated with the Caribbean (e.g. members of CARICOM, the Caribbean Community).

  • Bermuda some distance to the north of the Caribbean, but commonly associated with the region


Escort Services

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You can find high-end escorts in most Caribbean countries and especially the popular tourism hot spots have beautiful escorts available, but once you go to the areas where local folks live, the escort prices will drop down a lot.

Gay and Lesbian

After the Caribbean Netherlands, the French departments of Guadeloupe and Martinique and the overseas collectivities of Saint Martin and Saint Barthélemy are the second group of islands to perform same-sex weddings.

Stay safe

The wisdom of any sexual encounter in the Caribbean also needs to be weighed against the very real risks of disease, sexual violence, or worse. The Caribbean has the second-highest rate of HIV/AIDS in the world: at least 230,000 people in the region have the disease.

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