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Top 10 Caribbean islands to unwind in 2008

Canada.com 5. Nevis - Best for an authentic Caribbean experience
This island has a flat coastline that soars up to the rain forest enshrouded 3,200-foot Mount Nevis. It feels intimate, in part because it's tiny (population 11,000), but also because development has been controlled with no high-rise hotels.
6. Anguilla - Best for Beaches
Almost in the shadow of nearby St. Martin, with St. Bart's visible on clear days, Anguilla is flat and sandy and remains relatively undeveloped compared with its neighbors but it's still home to some of the most luxurious resorts and villas.

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