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Caribbean paradise at the Coral Reef Club and Bequia Beach

 Telegraph   But the question has always been “Would you go back?” and the answer has never been a wholehearted “Yes!” Then, early this year, I fell into the tropical embrace of a pair of absolute beauties.



They are a hundred miles apart in the Caribbean: one on the west coast of Barbados, the other on the little island of Bequia in the east Caribbean, one of the tiny dots which form the tail of the kite that is St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Saba: The rare Caribbean island where beaches aren't the draw

 CNN Travel Saba should have an inferiority complex.

After all, this speck of a five-square-mile Caribbean island -- a special municipality of the Netherlands -- is left off many maps. Even for the savviest of travelers, it's often an off-the-radar destination with a name of uncertain pronunciation. (It's "say-bah.")

A scarcity of cruise ships and beaches -- short of a seasonal sandy strip that comes and goes with the tide at turbulent Wells Bay and a petite man-made curve of sand at Cove Bay -- may explain why Saba isn't a major tourist draw.

Video-- High ranking for Saint Lucia resorts

St. Lucia's hotels and resorts continue to be ranked high among travelers.