Antigua’s mountainous terrain leading into the ocean produces wonderful views of the coastline from above. Combine that with the silky white-sand and clear blue waters and the coast of Antigua is some of the best in the Caribbean.
A little known island in the Caribbean compared to the common destination spots, Tortola is wonderful off-beat destination. Seclusion can be achieved with the greatest of ease and the beaches are to die for.
The smaller of the two main islands in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the island’s name originates from the word tobacco. Escaping to this gorgeous destination will leave any traveler satisfied in their selection and they may even have a new favorite Caribbean island.
Another island possessing a mountainous landscape, St. Thomas has something to do for every traveler. Whether you want to relax on the beach, or hike through the hills, finding something to do here isn’t a challenge.
The small stature of the island makes for very few spaces to put an airport, so all that separates it from the beach is chain-link fence. If you stand on the beach as a plane comes down you better hold on or you might be blown into the ocean!
Curacao is a destination filled with shopping. Flea markets, like this floating market, are found throughout the island; a place where food can be purchased and authentic, hand-mad souvenirs can be found.
One of the Cayman Islands biggest attractions is the famed Seven Mile Beach, but for travelers looking for something more than just relaxing on the sand, they will find plenty of shopping, and more urbanized areas to explore.