The Caribbean boasts some the most luxurious shopping complex.
The Dominican Republic is the only place in the world where larimar, a pale-blue gemstone similar to turquoise, is naturally found.
The city’s downtown includes a district of converted 18th-century warehouses with more than 400 shops.
Shopping in Dutch St. Maarten is now about the finest in the Caribbean for deals in electronics, cameras, designer fashions, watches, and crystal, along with linens and jewelry.
Local shops seem to specialize in all things English.
The Harbour Duty Free Zone is actually the largest duty-free area in the Caribbean, with 57 acres of shopping nirvana.
St Kitts is now being influx with cruiseships, and one of the major reasons is the large amount of stores at its Port Zante.
This island is well recognized for the shopping opportunities.
The Bahamas are known for its Straw Market, where visitors will find handbags, woven mats, hats, and other straw items.
If you’re looking for designer fashions, luxury goods like jewelry, china, and crystal, you’ll find it here.
You will find watches, crystal, china, perfume, jewelry, and rare coins all dutyfree, as well as in a few stores on Cayman Brac.