The following stories and planning tools on Caribbean destinations are available by visiting the Travel page of washingtonpost.com on the World Wide Web. From The Post home page click on the word Travel from the left hand column. On the next page, click on The Travel Index Online. Click on Foreign Destinations, click on Caribbean, and you'll see the following stories listed as links. (Or just go to the following, admittedly awkward, address: www.washingtonpost .com/wp-srv/travel/index/fodestinations.htm
All stories are also available in libraries that keep The Washington Post on microfilm or on paper.
For a handy chart that helps steer you to the right Caribbean island, see the "Carib-O-Matic," by Gary Lee, published 10/19/97.
For highlights of 10 busy Caribbean port towns, see "Navigating Caribbean Ports," by Carolyn Spencer Brown, 2/14/99.
Other recent Travel section stories on Caribbean destinations:
"Small Town, Straight Up," by Jerry Haines, 2/28/99. Exploring the tiny island of Saba.
"Call of the Wild," by Douglas Wissing, 2/28/99. The pristine beauty of Dominica.
"Hot Deal," by Bill Heavey, 2/21/99. Sampling Cozumel, the cheapest deal in the Caribbean; with tips on budget getaways.
"Underwater Fireworks," by Gary Lee, 1/10/99. A boat tour of the bioluminescent Mosquito Bay in Vieques, an island off Puerto Rico.
"A Few Spirited Rounds," by Todd Pitock, 9/20/98. Surveying Jamaica's 18-hole courses.
"A Landlubber's Caribbean," by Jonathan Lerner, 3/8/98. Exploring the British Virgin Islands national parks on foot.
"Reality Island," by Craig Stoltz, 3/1/98. Jamaica's family-friendly Franklyn D. Resort.
"Near Grand Cayman, Catching Some Rays," by Mark Baechtel, 2/8/98. Visiting Stingray City.
"Going Deep in the Caymans," by Mark Baechtel, 12/28/97. Touring the deep waters near Grand Cayman in a submarine.
"Water Colors," by Gary Lee, 10/19/97. Ferrying among the islands in search of the Green Flash.