10 Top Caribbean Destinations You Can’t Afford to Miss

It is summer time and the weather is getting beaten down by raze of the Sun. It is time to run for cool and exotic cover to chill out by planning a family vacation. The Caribbean destinations, if you have not gone yet, would be the perfect choice to beat the monotony of life’s routines and take some time off to do some activities filled with fun and frolic.

If you love sand dunes, beaches, sailing, cruising, sightseeing, historic and cultural tour – Caribbean vacation can offer all of them. With the white sands, cool breezes Caribbean islands can bring out the romanticism within you. Couples, families and even singles too can found their favorite holiday spots on these colorful and picturesque islands. If you are considering a visit to the Caribbean islands for a great sailing holiday but also require some accommodation, try Best At Caribbean Holidays for a wide selection of luxury accommodation.

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Here are the top 10 tourist destinations from the Caribbean islands which can be explored to find the real excitement of chilling out:

1. Jamaica
A land of sandy beaches, sugarcane and coffee plants and more importantly the birth place of Reggae music, Jamaica thrill you with its raw beauty. Strawberry Hills are the recommended destination for a romantic, honeymoon vacation. At three thousand feet above from sea level, Strawberry hills are filled with cool weather and picturesque hilly slopes.

2. British Virgin Islands
Lovingly called as BVI, British Virgin Islands are underdeveloped but known as the tax havens. These islands are filled with resorts, restaurants, villas and other attractions. If you can shell some extra money, this tourist spot provides the best private vacation experience. You can take a chartered yacht for lonely trip or for the entire family. Many tourist companies are there who offer different packages of yachting.

3. Aruba
Once called as “useless islands” by the Spaniards during 15th century, these islands have come a long way since then and now became one of the hot spots of Caribbean islands. With the low rainfall, these islands can be visited around the year. Some of the attractive beaches of the world are located in these clusters of tiny islands.

4. Puerto Rico
Scuba diving and great fishing can be done in the enchanting land of Puerto Rico. With less than 4 hours flight from Miami, USA, Puerto Rico is known for its beaches filled with white sand, jungles and caves. Vacation out here would be mixed with many excitements.

5. Bahamas
White washed coasts, fishing, duty free shops, scuba diving are the few synonyms that can be attached to the Bahamas. It is not only offers the services of lavish hotels but also lures the visitors with its beautiful nature. There are 700 islands and thus you are assured of 700 exotic spots.

6. Dominican Republic
This island country is famous for holding weddings and for the honeymoons. Being the 2nd largest island in the Caribbean chain, this Dominican Republic has varied geography, wild life, lovely beaches decked with coconut palms.

7. St. Thomas
This is mountainous island that offers the world’s best panoramic view of nature. You can play golf, scuba diving, sailing and fine dining. Shopping at St. Thomas is another experience that one must go for.

8. U.S. Virgin Islands
This is the US’s Caribbean love lass. These islands are called as swimmers’ paradise as they offer warm and greenish blue water that cast spell on the visitors.

9. Barbados
Here you can see the corals in abundance and the underground caves and lakes would surely thrill you. This is one of the Caribbean islands with most sophisticated facilities. You can find the best resorts and hotels in this part of Caribbean.

10. Martinique
Get to see a towering volcano in this island influenced by French culture. Best food, huge cathedrals, wonderful beaches and rain forests are the best attractions of this island.

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About Marina Villatoro

Marina Kuperman Villatoro CEO of TravelExperta.com, a travel resource site to inspire families to travel with kids of all ages. Marina has been an expat 20+ years in Central America raising 2 boys in a multicultural, trilingual household. She travels all over the world with her family to give first hand experiences of where to eat, stay and play with kids. Needless to say, it’s never boring! Join Marina on Facebook and Twitter for more unique and boutique family travel!

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