Fodor's Caribbean Ports of Call 2007 (Fodor's Gold Guides)

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Press:Random House Inc Fodor's; Revised edition (October 3, 2006)
Author Name:Stallings, Douglas


Discover the historical sights of Antigua, dive the coral reefs of Belize, swim with stingrays in Grand Cayman, take advantage of duty-free shopping, or take island jeep tours–Fodor's Carribean Ports of Call 2007 offers all these experiences and more! Our local writers have traveled throughout the country to find the best hotels, restaurants, attractions and activities to prepare you for a journey of stunning variety. 
Before you leave for your trip be sure to pack your Fodor's guide to ensure you don't miss a thing.The San Francisco Chronicle sums it up best –"Fodor's guides are saturated with information."- We frequently update our Carribean Ports of Call guide, and we make every effort to bring you the most accurate and thorough book.
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Comment List (Total:2)

  •     I was very disappointed in this Fodor's book. For example on the island of Antigua, they listed 4 shore excursion tours (out of 15 or so the cruise ships offer) and the description of the tours was less information than can be found for free on the cruise line's websites.The island of St. John only had a few paragraphs which I found totally useless. If you want to know more about the islands and activities on the islands, I suggest you save your money and DON'T buy this book. Instead, go to the internet and check information from the visitor bureau for each island or go to the cruise lines websites. The book includes a map of Miami airport and one of JFK. That's fine if you happend to be flying into one of those two airports. It also devotes a lot of pages to listing different cruise lines and listing all of their ships. That's not really what I wanted to read about in a CARIBBEAN Ports of Call book. The island information doesn't even START until page 172!
  •     Fodor's produces an excellent reference book for the Caribbean. While the book is not an exhaustive reference, it does do a wonderful job of giving a lot of overview information which will be helpful for first time, or few time visiotors to these pors.

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