Guide to Caribbean Casinos

A fun guide to the Caribbean Casinos loaded with photos and detailed information. Experience a gaming world surrounded by ocean and beaches.

MIami, FL, September 29, 2007 --( has just added a Guide to Caribbean Casinos to its ever expanding website. For hot casino action , you have to try the Caribbean once in your life. Warm sand, glowing sun and crystal clear beach water all add up to the sweetest casino vacation package you’ll ever experience.

The Dominican Republic has more casinos than any other country in Caribbean, with 32 casinos and 2,105 slots. The largest casino and one of the most popular in the Caribbean is Atlantis at Paradise Island Resort and Casino which is located in Nassau, Paradise Island, Bahamas. Atlantis has 82 table games and 1,780 casino slot machines / video poker games and other video games. Experience the warm Atlantic sands through photos and descriptions. This is the travelogue custom made for those punters who love to combine an exciting vacation with serious casino game play.

Casinos and gambling are definitely two reasons tourists flock to the Caribbean and there are some very good vacation packages that make a gambling trip to the islands much cheaper than trekking to Las Vegas for the umpteenth time. Besides having onsite casinos on its various islands, the Caribbean is also popular for its casino cruises and for the online gambling it offers.

All of the Caribbean islands take tourism seriously and they love their gambling visitors. This part of the world constantly surveys the casino market to check how well it is developing and how other systems and people are benefiting from it.

Poker is extremely popular in the Caribbean. Also the first land based tournament was announced there by an online poker site. In 2005, an online gaming site offered the first annual "Caribbean Poker Classic No Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament.” The fifth stop of the World Poker Tour by another online gambling site was also organized in Aruba in 2004, making it a popular destination for both celebrities and players from countries including Bermuda, Brazil, Canada, China, the Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, England, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.S.

If you like to plunge on the ponies, you’ll easily find thoroughbred tracks all through the Caribbean. Punters should check out Guadeloupe that offers horse tracks at Gosier, at the Hippodrome de Pointe a Pitre. Also, Jamaica offers horse tracks in Saint Catherine at Caymanas Park while Martinique offers them in Lamentin at Hippodrome de Carrere Lamentin.

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