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LGBT-Friendly Caribbean Resorts

Caribbean Travel News: "Although in the past the Caribbean hasn’t been recognized among gays and lesbians as a major vacation destination, the region has experienced a steady rise in the number of LGBT-friendly resorts.

Unlike Fort Lauderdale, Ibiza and Puerto Vallarta, the Caribbean islands offer a unique culture, personality and topography. Travel from one island to the next to realize the true Caribbean flavor.

Explore these six LGBT-friendly Caribbean retreats:

Calibishie Lodges, Dominica
Calibishie Lodges is located on the mountainous island of Dominica and is more inclined to attract budget-minded travelers rather than luxury seekers. The retreat includes six furnished units on a bluff surrounded by gardens and sea views. Let the staff arrange diving excursions, hiking trips and sea kayaking."

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