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St. Thomas in December

USVI in DecemberSt. Thomas finally gets a break in December from the bad weather in September through November.

Antigua Island Hopping

Barbuda beachAntigua and Barbuda offer island hopping -- there are two islands after all -- but the hopping isn’t limited to just those two.

Costa Rica in December

For a small country with two coastlines, Costa Rica has wildly uneven weather in December.

Best Attractions

Aruba  • Bahamas
Cancun  • Cayman Islands
Cozumel  • Dominican Republic
Jamaica  • St. Maarten

Weather Forecasts

7-day forecasts
Western Caribbean
Eastern Caribbean
Hurricane season

Cruise Digest

Tips and advice
Western cruise ports
Eastern cruise ports
Cruise weather forecasts

Jamaica Weather in December

Jamaica weather in DecemberDecember is one of the best weather months for Jamaica because it is nearing the start of the dry season.

Roatan Zip Line Excursions

Roatan zip liningOne of the more popular activities that take place on Roatan for vacationers and cruise visitors alike is zip lining.

Best Scuba Diving in Jamaica

Caribbean scuba divingAmong many activities in Jamaica, one of the most unforgettable experiences in the sunny isle is scuba diving.

5 Best Montego Bay Attractions

Doctor's Cave BeachMontego Bay houses some of the Caribbean’s most exquisite tourist attractions. We explore five of the best.

Getting Around in Jamaica

Jamaica safariOne issue for travelers to Jamaica that often arises is the ease of getting around. We offer tips on how to avoid delays.

Western Cruises on the Cheap

Carnival Glory in BelizeFinding a cheap western Caribbean cruise is no different in many ways than shopping for a Christmas gift.

Montevideo Restaurants

Uruguyan HerefordsAs the world’s largest consumer of meat, Uruguay has fostered a culinary tradition that is envied and difficult to imitate.