Caribbean Cultural Park: The Caribbean Top Attraction

The largest attraction in the Caribbean will be the Caribbean Adventure Park, featuring a 50,000-acre facility including 15 island villages with live cultural shows representing the islands of the Caribbean, an Interactive Museum, Hurricane Amusement Park & Bermuda Triangle Water Park, Aquarium, Imax Theater, Restaurants, Shops, and various activities.

A partnership with the Caribbean College of Hospitality will allow students from all the Caribbean nations to work their way through college by sharing their island heritage with visitors. The majority of the students will come from an area that covers approximately 25 island nations.

At the heart of the Caribbean Culture Park experience, are the recreated island villages, which offer visitors a unique opportunity to learn about — and participate in — the customs of each island including:

Phase 1

  • Dominican Republic
  • Cuba
  • Jamaica
  • Haiti
  • Puerto Rico
  • Virgins Islands ( U.S. Islands & British Virgin Islands)
  • Trinidad

Phase 2

  • The Bahamas
  • Cayman Islands
  • French Antilles (Guadaloupe & Martinique)
  • Netherlands Antilles and Aruba
  • Windward Island (Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Vicent and Granadines, Granada)
  • Leeward Island ( Anguilla, Antigua, Barbuda, Montserrat, St Kits and Nevis)

Visitors are encouraged to take part in a number of authentic activities, representing everything from island games and crafts to food preparation and Dance.

The afternoon Carnival Canoe Pageant provides visitors with a presentation of the dance and costumes of each island culture.

As the evening approaches, visitors are invited to the Grand Buffet(all-you-can-eat buffets), followed by the most extravagant show in the world, The Tropicana.

With its ocean view, large lagoon, waterfalls, lush tropical flora, and an "erupting" volcano, the Caribbean Culture Park captures all the romance and excitement of the Caribbean Islands. A visit to this attraction represents a chance to travel through all the Caribbean Island in a single day, and participate in the celebration of centuries of Caribbean culture — no passport required.