The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide Guide Book

by Leonard M. Adkins (Hunter Publishing)
The Caribbean A Walking and Hiking Guide  by Leonard M. Adkins

368pp/maps/photos
ISBN: 1556508484

This new edition has been fully updated to bring you the very latest information on hiking trails on Anguilla, Antigua, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nevis, Saba, Statia and the Virgin Islands. From easy walks along sandy beaches to rugged overnight hikes to quick uphill treks with stunning vistas en route, this pocket-size guide has something to suit every member of your family. Walking times for each hike are given, along with descriptions of the route. Points of interest are highlighted, including plant and animal life you might see. An introduction to each island offers tidbits of the island's history, tourist information offices, air travel details and hiking organizations you can contact ahead of time.

© 1998 Leonard M Adkins/Hunter Publishing. All Rights Reserved.

Trails from the "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide" Guide Book
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... Preview: Anegada is the second largest of the British Virgin Islands and lies directly north of Virgin Gorda. It contains 15 square miles and may be reached by air from Tortola. Unlike most Caribbean islands, ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Road Town, VG - Hiking
... Preview: Guana Island, at 850 acres, is the sixth largest of the BVI. It is named for an iguana-shaped rock formation on its northwestern coast and is just off the northern coast of Tortola. The island is now ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Road Town, VG - Hiking
... Preview: Jost Van Dyke lies west of Tortola and is reached by ferry from Tortola or the U.S. Virgin Islands. It has only three square miles and 150 people. Therefore, it is a good place to leave the car behind ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Road Town, VG - Hiking
... Preview: Norman Island is south of Tortola and can be reached only by private or chartered boat. It is most famous for the caves just south of Treasure Point, a couple of which are large enough to be explored ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Road Town, VG - Hiking
... Preview: Tortola, the largest and most populated of the BVI, is the usual point of entry for visitors to the BVI. Road Town, on the south coast, is the administrative capital of the islands. The southern coast ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Road Town, VG - Hiking
... Preview: Columbus named the island “Fat Virgin” because its profile reminded him of a heavy woman lying on her back. The southern portion of Virgin Gorda is a low lying land, attaining a height of only 447 fee ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Road Town, VG - Hiking
... Preview: The Amerindians originally called Martinique “Madinina,” island of the flowers. Indeed it is. Except for the dry lands of the Ste.-Anne Peninsula, flowers are just about everywhere on the 425-square-m ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
, MQ - Hiking
... Preview: Saba, “The Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean,” lives up to her tourist bureau-inspired name. Saba has escaped the commercialism and destruction of natural beauty that has accompanied the rise in touris ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
, SB - Hiking
... Preview: Sint Eustatius, commonly called Statia, rises from the sea on volcanic peaks at its northern and southern points. A large, level plain, the Cultuurvlakte, extends between the two. The Quill is an exti ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
, SE - Hiking
... Preview: St. Croix, the largest island of the USVI, has a terrain much gentler than St. Thomas and St. John. The rolling fields have given the island a rich agricultural heritage and, as a result, the pace of ... From the guidebook "The Caribbean: A Walking & Hiking Guide"
Frederiksted, VI - Hiking