The 7 Must-See Caribbean Waterfalls

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St. Vincent: Belaine Falls

Photo Credit: Courtesy Kay Wilson

<p>Falls of Baleine are impossible to reach by car, so book an escorted, all-day boat trip from Villa Beach or the Lagoon Marina. The boat ride along the coast offers scenic island views. When you arrive, you have to wade through shallow water to get to the beach. Then local St. Vincent guides help you make the easy five-minute trek to the 60-foot falls and the rock-enclosed freshwater pool the falls create&mdash;wear a bathing suit so you can take a dip.</p>

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  • xlfdusa on Jan 26, 2013 at 09:40 PM

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    Posted by Deanna Cioppa on January 26, 2013 at 10:32:19 AM EST
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    Talk about surf and turf: Celebrity Cruises is taking its menu from ship to shore for NYC Restaurant Week. And while it would be intriguing if that meant they were going to run the boat into Midtown Manhattan, they’ve opted instead to go small-scale and open a pop-up (brick-and-mortar) restaurant. “A Taste of Modern Luxury: Celebrity Cruises Pops Up in New York City” opens on Tuesday, January 29 at the Kitchen NYC in Manhattan’s Midtown East, and runs through Friday, February 1. This is the second incarnation of Celebrity’s pop-up project, which opened in San Francisco in 2012.

    Both lunch and dinner will be served on a prix-fixe basis featuring items from Celebrity’s onboard menu and some new creations, all prepared by Chef John Suley, and accompanied by beer, wine, and cocktails crafted by mixologist Junior Merino. Reservations are recommended, and can be made here. Lunch runs $40 per person including drinks, tax, and gratuity, and dinner is $75 per person. Bonus: When you make your reservation, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a Celebrity cruise to the Caribbean for two. All proceeds will benefit the Celebrity Cruises Scholarship at the Culinary Institute of America.

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  • ManaliIndia on Jul 30, 2011 at 03:55 AM

    Caribbean Waterfalls is simply amazing and beautiful it is full of nature and its beauty is great and unforgettable. The natural beauty of the waterfall lures the tourist to come and visit the such a great wonder of the world.
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