The Caribbean
Flag Member Population Terrain Coastline (km)
flag Anguila 13,008 (2004) flat and low-lying island of coral and limestone 61
flag Antigua and Barbuda 81,000 (2006) low-lying limestone and coral islands 153
flag Aruba 103,908 (2007) flat; brush trees for vegetation 70
flag The Bahamas 323,000 (2006) long, flat coral formations 3,542
flag Barbados 273,987 (2007) flat, central highland 97
flag Belize 311,480 (2007) flat, swampy coastal plain; low mountains in south 386
flag British Virgin Islands 20,254 (2004) coral islands relatively flat; volcanic islands steep, hilly 80
flag Cuba 11,237,916 (2007) terraced plains, small hills, mountains 5,746
flag Dominica 79,000 (2005) rugged mountains of volcanic origin 148
flag Dominican Republic 9,482,060 (2007)
flag Grenada 107,379 (2007) volcanic in origin, central mountains 121
flag Guyana 751,558 (2007) mostly rolling highlands; low coastal plain; savanna in south 459
flag Haiti 8,407,000 (2002) mostly rough and mountainous, tropical 1,771
flag Jamaica 2,675,831 (2007) narrow coastal plains, mountains 1,022
flag Montserrat 9,245 (July 2004 estimate) volcanic island, mostly mountainous, with small coastal lowland 40
flag Netherlands Antilles 189,500 (2007) hilly, volcanic interiors 364
flag Puerto Rico 3,944,000 (2007) mostly mountains with coastal plain belt in north; mountains precipitous to sea on west coast; sandy beaches along most coastal areas 501
flag Saint Kitts and Nevis 48,000 (2005) volcanic, mountainous interiors 135
flag Saint Lucia 166,838 (2007) volcanic, mountainous with broad valleys 158
flag Saint Vincent & the Grenadines 119,000 (2005) volcanic, mountainous 84
flag Suriname 509,970 (2007) mostly rolling hills; narrow coastal plain with swamps 386
flag Trinidad & Tobago 1,300,000 (2005) flat, hilly, mountainous 362
flag U.S. Virgin Islands 108,000 (2007) hilly, rugged, mountainous 188
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