If you are looking to take a cruise in the Caribbean then there are plenty of islands for you to choose from. The Caribbean is like no there place on Earth with its scorching sunshine, paradise-like scenery and locals who love to eat, drink and be merry, what more could a tourist want!
In order to help you choose which are the Caribbean islands that you visit, we have put together this list of Caribbean islands which you simply cannot miss. Heading to the Caribbean? Here is where you need to go.
British Virgin Islands
With over 200 activities available to tourists, the British Virgin Islands are absolutely packed with adventure and makes the perfect place for a stop off during your cruise. Aside from the rum distillery tours and the underwater adventures though the amazing coves of these islands, you will also find some of the best sailing spots in the Caribbean right here on the islands.
St Vincent and The Grenadines
Situated right in the beating heart of the Caribbean Sea, St. Vincent and the Grenadines is an island chain which offers tranquility and near isolation, perfect for anyone looking to get away from it all. Whist there are some adventures that you can go on in the rainforest or on the water, the order of the day here is luxury and relaxation in the stunning accommodation options and the breathtaking beaches.
St.Martin is a perfect combination between traditional Caribbean beauty and the relics left behind from the Dutch and French colonial rule. With bustling towns and a vibrant nightlife, St Martin is very much for those who are looking to ‘do’. Whether it be roaming through this beautiful mountain scenery or indulging in water sports or food tours, there is plenty going on in this island for just about every type of tourist.
If you love to dive then Curacao is the only place in the Caribbean that you should be looking at and there is much to discover beneath the waves. Water sports in general are extremely popular here and of the 250 activities available, 75 of them are water sports. If water isn’t necessarily your thing, then there is still plenty of options for you from walking tours and caving activities through the rugged and mountainous region. Hate Caves is a particularly exciting point of interest and this elaborate network of stalactites and stalagmites are incredibly beautiful and well worth visiting.
The Bahamas is actually a collection of over 700 small islands which offers some of the finest beach side properties which you are likely to find throughout the Caribbean. This is the spot where some of the wealthiest tourists will go and the infrastructure throughout the islands is built up and ready to host you doing your time in the Caribbean. If you want luxury and postcard landscapes, The Bahamas is where you should be looking to stop off.