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Caribbean Area Country High Points

RankCountryPeak Elev-M Range (Level 3)
29.AnguillaCrocus Hill65Lesser Antilles
20.Antigua and BarbudaMount Obama402Lesser Antilles
26.ArubaJamanota188South Coastal Caribbean
30.BahamasMount Alvernia63Northeast West Indies
23.BarbadosMount Hillaby340Lesser Antilles
28.BermudaTown Hill76Northeast West Indies
25.BonaireBrandaris240South Coastal Caribbean
17.British Virgin IslandsMount Sage521Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
32.Cayman IslandsThe Bluff43Jamaica
4.CubaPico Turquino1974Cuba
21.CuraçaoSint Christoffelberg372South Coastal Caribbean
6.DominicaMorne Diablotins1447Lesser Antilles
1.Dominican RepublicPico Duarte3098Hispaniola
15.GrenadaMount Saint Catherine840Lesser Antilles
5.GuadeloupeLa Soufrière1467Lesser Antilles
2.HaitiPic la Selle2674Hispaniola
3.JamaicaBlue Mountain Peak2256Jamaica
7.MartiniqueMontagne Pelée1395Lesser Antilles
13.MontserratSoufriere Hills Volcano914Lesser Antilles
27.NavassaNavassa High Point77Jamaica
8.Puerto RicoCerro de Punta1338Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
14.SabaMount Scenery870Lesser Antilles
24.Saint BarthelemyMorne du Vitet286Lesser Antilles
10.Saint Kitts and NevisMount Misery1156Lesser Antilles
11.Saint LuciaMount Gimie950Lesser Antilles
19.Saint MartinPic Paradis420Lesser Antilles
9.Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesLa Soufrière1234Lesser Antilles
16.Sint EustatiusMazinga600Lesser Antilles
22.Sint MaartenFlagstaff-Southwest Ridge370Lesser Antilles
12.Trinidad and TobagoAripo Peak940South Coastal Caribbean
31.Turks and Caicos IslandsBlue Mountain49Northeast West Indies
18.U.S. Virgin IslandsCrown Mountain473Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands

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