It’s no secret that every Caribbean island offers amazing experiences, but some are better suited to certain things than others. Here’s why tourists visit the Caribbean, and what you can do there.
You’ll find something for those who want to escape it all in luxury, as well as for couples who want to lose themselves in local culture. When it comes to romance, the Caribbean offers some of the best romantic getaways in the world.
Couples will discover true luxury on Turks and Caicos when they book a room at one of the secluded resorts on South Caicos or even a private island.
Trying to figure out the most beautiful Caribbean island is the best kind of challenge, from St. Lucia’s iconic pitons to the Cayman Islands’ Seven Mile Beach.
Turks and Caicos have some of the world’s best turquoise water. Combine that with the white sand beaches and it’s no wonder it keeps catching the world’s attention.
People usually get to the Caribbean through Jamaica, which has lush natural beauty and hiking trails, waterfalls, and hidden lagoons to see.
Without getting in the Caribbean Sea’s sapphire waters, teeming with life, it’s not a vacation. Everyone gets wet and explores the underwater world.
If you’re brave, try the Blue Hole, but wherever you go, you’ll see plenty of rays and sharks. They’re friendly, too!
If you’re looking for up close and personal encounters, head to South Caicos in Turks and Caicos. We have affordable luxury beachfront villas and resorts right on the best shorelines for snorkeling. You’ll see eagle rays, angelfish, and gray reef sharks, as well as other types of Caribbean fish.
It’s safe to say everyone’s a foodie at this point! It’s hard to find better food than in a region known for its ever-changing culinary culture.
Anguilla is known as the Caribbean’s culinary capital, for its delicious food. It has some of the best emerging chefs who specialize in fresh local seafood. Martinique is known for its French Creole dishes that blend Haute and provincial cuisine; don’t miss the curry stew.
In the Caribbean, rum is the drink of choice. Every island has its own style of making rum, which explains why rum sometimes gives people a different experience than they expected.
The Bahamas is the birthplace of the Bahama Mama, a rum cocktail introduced during Prohibition. Cuba and Puerto Rico have some of the best Pina Coladas, and Puerto Rico makes the best Mojitos and Daiquiris.
Caribbean heavy hitters like Barbados and Jamaica are known for their rum punches, but Turks and Caicos has an excellent rum punch served at Da Conch Shak, one of the best beach bars in the area.
A lot of people decide to put roots down in the Caribbean after traveling around the world. I have to admit, stunning natural beauty, affordable Caribbean real estate, laid-back culture, and a lower cost of living are pretty great reasons to move.
Everyone’s situation is different when it comes to settling down somewhere new, but when it comes to the best Caribbean island to live, these islands can make the transition into island life easier.
If you’re looking for interesting culture, tons of activities, and lots of opportunities, Grand Cayman is the place for you. It’s easy to make friends in Turks and Caicos, since there’s an established community of ex-pats in Providenciales. A 40-square-mile island southeast of Providenciales, South Caicos offers great real estate and a buzzing nightlife.
Expats and tourists generally love the Caribbean islands, but recent world events can leave travelers wondering how safe it is, especially when you want to settle down with kids. Lucky for us, some of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean are also the safest.
Because of its family-oriented activities and a lot of tourists, Barbados has some of the friendliest people. Caribbean playgrounds like the Cayman Islands and St. Barts are great places to ease into Caribbean life without worrying about crime.
Turks and Caicos have fewer hurricanes, less rain, and a warm climate all year round, so they’re extremely popular with families.