26 October 2020 6 min. Marike Bredenhann
The Caribbean Island, 40% Dutch Sint Maarten and 60% French Saint Martin forming one exquisite Island History of Saint Martin...
The island nations and territories of the Caribbean Sea are located between North and South America, in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. While visiting each Caribbean island comes with unique experiences and requires different budgets, they have one thing in common: excellent beaches.
It’s difficult to name the best Caribbean islands to visit since every island is a tropical paradise. Enjoy Antigua‘s 365 gorgeous beaches including Dickenson Bay and go snorkeling. Travel to the Cayman Islands and make sure to check out Stingray City.
Explore St. Lucia and hike the iconic Piton mountains. A fascinating scenery you won’t forget! If you are a fan of sailing, head to the Virgin Islands. You can sail the remote islands and have the entire place for yourself.
Visit Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire, known as the ABC Islands of the Dutch Caribbean. Try some of the best seafood dishes in St. Maarten. Have a quiet, relaxing time at Anguilla.
Jamaica has one of the most diverse landscapes in the Caribbean. You can swim in the pools of Dunn’s River Falls, hike the Blue Mountain, relax on Seven Mile Beach, and enjoy reggae music.
Discover 32 islands of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, as some of them are inhabited. All the Caribbean islands have fancy hotels, but none of them could beat the luxurious resorts in St. Barts and Turks and Caicos.
St. Kitts and Nevis recently got under the tourist radar. Not only it has great beaches and exciting nightlife, but it’s also rich in culture with its carnival and festivals.
Take a break from the beach and have a multi-day hike at Guadeloupe National Park in Guadeloupe. No matter which Caribbean island you visit, you will be spoiled by the powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters.
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