What Four Islands Make up the Greater Antilles?
The four islands that make up the Greater Antilles are Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Hispaniola, and Cuba. These four islands make up about ninety percent of the land mass for the West Indies.
The Greater Antilles in the West Indies are made up of Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. Hispaniola is an island occupied by two nations: Haiti and the Dominican Republic.