The world has seen a lot of hurricanes and tornadoes, but few disasters that have lasted as long as the last major one in the Caribbean.
And there are some places that have seen less destruction but have become much more crowded.
So where are the places to go when your vacation plans get hit by a hurricane or a tornado?
In some countries, like Spain, Portugal, and France, people are traveling to avoid the heavy rains and flooding that often follows hurricanes.
And those destinations are seeing a surge in travelers, as the country is preparing to host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
But for others, like Brazil and the United Kingdom, the flood of tourists is pushing them to reconsider.
The U.K. government is warning people to stay away from some of the Caribbean’s most popular destinations.
Here are some of our favorite destinations for those in search of the perfect vacation:1. Barbados—The country has seen just one major hurricane in its history.
And the Caribbean island nation has hosted more than a dozen major storms, including the 2005 hurricanes Isabel and Galveston.
But Barbados still boasts one of the world’s best beaches, with more than 30 miles of sandy beaches and an array of beach-diving opportunities.
It is a place to visit if you want a vacation that includes some of these popular destinations, as well as the famous islands.2.
Costa Rica—This island nation, which is one of four Caribbean countries to have hosted Olympic Games, is often referred to as the “Golden Triangle” because of its beaches and tropical wildlife.
Costa Rico has hosted five Olympic Games in the past, but the Caribbean nation is known for its beaches, as its population of 1.3 million is almost twice as big as New York’s.
Its beaches, including one in Montserrat, are among the most popular in the world.3.
Dominican Republic—The Dominican Republic is home to many of the most stunning beaches in the Americas.
And despite being home to the world-famous Canales beach, the Dominican Republic has one of Caribbean’s worst flooding problems.
The island is also famous for its popular cruise ships, and they can get crowded when the islands’ beaches are flooded.
In fact, the island has had three major hurricanes in the last decade, all of which have killed thousands of people and caused widespread destruction.4.
El Salvador—El Salvador has a history of extreme weather, but with Hurricane Katrina hitting the U.S. in 2005, the city saw a major uptick in the number of tourists and visitors.
With more than 1 million visitors a year, the country’s tourism industry is one the most lucrative in the region.5.
Haiti—This small Caribbean nation has suffered several hurricanes and has been hit hard by one.
With a population of only about 400,000, Haiti has only about 5,000 hotels and has few other facilities to offer tourists.
But the island still has one the best beaches in North America, as a number of its island resorts are among its most popular.
Grenada—The Caribbean nation of Grenada has seen its fair share of hurricanes.
But this Caribbean island is one that has been spared most of the damage.
Grenadians say that even though the island is still under water, the water is coming up the coast.
Grenadas has seen one major storm since 2010, but it hasn’t caused major damage to the capital.
Grenades is also one of only two Caribbean countries that has not been hit by Hurricane Maria.7.
St. Kitts and Nevis—St. Kitt’s has been the hardest-hit country in the Western Hemisphere during Hurricane Maria, but despite the island’s rugged coastline, St. Kilda has enjoyed some of its most dramatic beach breaks in recent years.
Many of the island nation’s resorts are popular spots, and many of St. Barts beaches are so popular that many tourists stay overnight there.8.
Bahamas—The Bahamas is a small Caribbean island that has experienced a lot more flooding and storm activity than most other Caribbean islands.
In fact, some of that flooding has caused damage to homes and businesses, but a few days ago, the Bahamas was hit by two storms in just two weeks, which made the Caribbean region more crowded during those times.9.
Costa Ricos—The Costa Ricans, which are just a tiny island nation of about 1.4 million people, are known for the stunning beaches that they have.
But their beaches have also been flooded, with flooding more frequent in areas around the resort town of Cancun.
In 2011, a large wave destroyed a large portion of the resort.
But Costa Ricios has been through several hurricanes, and even though a hurricane was once thought to be a certainty, it has been a few weeks since the last one hit.10. Anguilla—Anguilla, which has a population only about 4,000 people, has been one of many countries that have been