July 20, 2016 at 11:26 am

Top 6 Caribbean Islands to Visit

While this may be a matter of opinion, a lot of the Caribbean Islands are must-see destinations. Whether it be for the abundance of white sandy beaches, tranquil blue waters and incredible natural scenery or bustling a night life and delicious cuisines, the Caribbean is perhaps a prime destination for many tourists and travelers as it simply has something for everyone.

Check out the top 6 of these incredible islands.

  1. Los Roques

Located just north of Venezuela, the Los Roques protected area contains more than 300 islands and cays that surround 400-sq-km lagoon. This area is popular among avid snorkelers, scuba divers, and windsurfers; it is also known for its isolated, sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.

  1. Bonaire

Off the Venezuelan coast in the southern Caribbean, lies Bonaire, a mystifying, desert-like island, that is rich with marine life and home to hundreds of lizards, donkeys, and birds. The Bonaire Island is renowned for its snorkeling and diving opportunities.

  1. Barbuda

Part of a 3-island state with Antigua and Redonda, Barbuda is virtually untouched by tourism despite the stunning beaches that are sprinkles with pink sands. A natural wonder, the dense bushes often hide a variety of wildlife that cannot be seen on other Caribbean islands, including deer, wild boar and the guinea fowl. There are also a great variety of endangered bird life, including the frigate bird.4.

  1. Dominica

While gorgeous beaches are perhaps one of the main reasons travelers and tourists pick a destination, Dominica attracts hikers, adventure travelers, and nature lovers. Dominica is home to untouched nature, beautiful water falls, epic hiking opportunities through the mountains and an untamed jungle.

  1. Belize

With the Caribbean Sea to the east and a dense jungle to the west, Belize is known for its gorgeous eco-lodges and stunning beaches that perfect for scuba diving and snorkeling. The Belize Barrier reef is scattered with hundreds of cayes that are rich with a variety of marine life. As for all you history buffs, Mayan ruins can be spotted in a various place so get ready to start exploring.

  1. Curaçao

Known for its beaches that are tucked away into coves that are rich in coral reefs and marine life, Curaçao have become a popular travel destination for people who of all interests, including water sports, culture, and history. Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao is filled with colonial architecture. Here’s a tip, make sure to visit the 17th century Mikvé Israel-Emanuel Synagogue, the oldest surviving synagogue in the Americas.

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