|Quoting Airfoilsguy (Reply 1):|
I have been all through the Caribbean and have never needed a passport. This was a couple of years ago on a ship though.
That was then, this is now.
Previously, just proof of citizenship and applicable ID
was needed. That being said, if you are a US citizen you need to walk with your passport, and yes all islands with the exception of Cuba (who I understand will only stamp your separate entrance Visa if requested) will stamp your passport. Most islands have immigration upon arrival and departure, so expect two stamps.
Are you travelling by ship or air? My post is for if your are travelling by air.
There is something special about planes....