The Caribbean has such a rich history with so many blended cultures, making each island unique. Some islands are easy to get to and cater to tourism while others are a bit more difficult to get to but offer a genuine experience that is unlike any other.
Hurricane Season which is the beginning of June to the end of November.
This “One happy island” is located outside the hurricane belt making Aruba a great location year-round. The melting pot of culture is a great example of how friendly and kind people can be despite differences. This very safe island allows guests to explore the land, resulting in many resorts doing away with the All-Inclusive idea.
From hitting the water park and aquarium at Atlantis to swimming with the pigs in Exumas, the Bahamas is 700 islands of adventure. Freeport in Grand Bahama, is a scuba diver’s haven with the world’s largest underwater cave system, ship wrecks and marine life. One great way to visit the Bahamas is on a cruise ship.
Punta Cana is Dominican Republics tourist hot spot with white-sand beaches, luxury hotels and great golf course. If you are a diver, Samana is the place to go with the giant underwater rock formations. Head over to Santo Domingo to step back in time in the 12-block area where Spanish civilization it the New World began.
Jamaica offers a great deal of fun and food. Where else can you go Bobsledding, river tubing and jump into the Blue Hole. Three of Jamaica’s treasured cities are Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril. Montego Bay has great energy and close to the airport. Ocho Rios is the home of Dunns River Falls where all the adventure waiting while Negril is more laid back as you take in the stunning 7 Mile Beach.
Also known as “the Hawaii of the Caribbean” St. Lucia is full of lush forest and the beautiful Piton Mountains. Although they have family friendly resort, this is a really romantic island, especially speaking to honeymooners as they enjoy the Sulphur Springs and the Torille Waterfalls. The Castries and La Croix Maingot adds history to the island with the hideouts from the war between the French and British.
Turks & Caicos
Some of the most beautiful, soft, baby powder sand you will ever experience. Turks and Caicos is made up of 40 islands but Providenciales is where that amazing Grace Bay is located. This is a great location for coal reefs, shipwrecks and sunken treasure, but the turquoise water is what makes it priceless. Many of the islands are uninhabited, making this a perfect island if you are looking for peace and relaxation.