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Popular Destinations in Caribbean
Anguilla is considered to be more of a genuine Caribbean experience. There’s an embargo on large cruise ships, casinos and high-rise hotels, so you’re able to enjoy smaller hotels and crystal clear waters, unpopulated by too many tourists. Meads Bay is more of a central location, where a lot of people tend to base themselves.
Aruba’s perfect warm climate makes it a great Caribbean spot. Palm beach is where most tourists head to due to the local nightlife and family friend vibes.
Bermuda is most famous for it’s pink sand beaches, made up of pulverized coral and shells. Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay are the 2 more popular pink sand beaches. It’s also known as the shipwreck capital, with over 300 shipwrecks to explore, making it perfect for divers.
New Providence and Paradise Island are the 2 most popular places to visit in the Bahamas. These 2 destinations make up the perfect spots for tourists due to the nightlife, foodie spots, family friendly activities and great spot for couples.
Much like the most of the Caribbean, Barbados is known to have some of the best beaches in the world. The warm year round climate and chilled out atmosphere is what attracts tourists…. and let’s not forget the rum distilleries.
Havana is the more visited place in Cuba for tourist, next to Varadero, which is a seaside beach resort town. Cuba is generally known for beautiful beaches, mojito cocktails and cigars.
The third largest island in the Caribbean; Jamaica is known as the birthplace of reggae legend Bob Marley, Jamaican rum and Jerk chicken. Montego Bay is a tourist hub with great food, budget friend hotels and a perfect base to explore Jamaica.
The Most Popular Caribbean articles
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- 12 of the Best Beaches in Bermuda
- 17 things to do in Jamaica
- The Only Honeymoon Guide to Barbados You’ll Ever Need!
- Budget guide for Barbados
Best Where To Stay In Caribbean Guides
The Caribbean is home to thirteen sovereign island nations: Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent, St Barts and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago (on the continental shelf of South America). As well as Bermuda, a British island territory lying further to the north in the North Atlantic Ocean.