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Top 12 destinations visited by celebrities

Top 12 destinations visited by celebrities

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Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean

In February 2016, Usain Bolt was spotted dancing at the Trinidad Carnival in the Port of Spain, posing with fans and joining in wholeheartedly with the festivities while covered in paint. It's not uncommon to see the fastest man in the world letting off steam at Caribbean carnivals, as he also attended in 2014 and went to the Jamaican event in 2013.

Other celebrity visitors include The Beatles, Rita Hayworth, Amber Rose, Winnie Harlow and Rihanna, some for a relaxing vacation and others for the chance to party like a local. Nicki Minaj was also born on the Caribbean island and filmed her music video there for Pound the Alarm.

If partying in the streets covered in feathers and sequins isn't your idea of a relaxing holiday, there are a number of high-end luxury resorts across the island where you can unwind with a spa treatment and indulge in some of the finest menus in the Caribbean. Not to be missed is the Rio Seco waterfall in Matura National Park, which is a beautiful natural swimming hole and Pigeon Point, a vast nature reserve with one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean.

Trinidad and Tobago has some of the best dive sites in the Caribbean, offering wrecks, swim-throughs, drift dives and reefs covered in colourful coral and sponges. These waters are home to eagle rays and stingrays as well as a variety of sharks and dolphins.

The CrewsInn Marina can berth superyachts up to 60 metres, otherwise luxury yachts can anchor further out and tender to shore.

Pictures courtesy of Shutterstock.com / PHB.cz (Richard Semik) / thelefty

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