Caribbean Island is one of the most beautiful and most inviting travel destinations of the world. The Island is full of underground beauties, great marine life, beautiful pristine beaches with turquoise water of the ocean, and colorful coral reefs, flora and fauna.
Here are our lists of 5 most beautiful Caribbean Island destinations that you should visit if you are planning a trip to Caribbean:
1. Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands, located on the western side of Caribbean offer serene beaches surrounded by turquoise waters. It consists of 3 islands namely Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman. Among which the Grand Cayman is the largest island and Little Cayman is the smallest. The Cayman Islands is located 480 miles south of Miami. The Cayman Islands is a real island paradise getaway.
Few major tourists’ spots in Cayman Island are the Turtle Farm, national museum, Queen Elizabeth II botanical Park. Snorkeling lovers can do snorkeling in the world’s famous Stingray City and Seven Mile Beach. The Seven Mile Beach which is located north from the George Town offers beautiful white sandy beaches of the west. It is the most beautiful and popular beaches of the island.
2. Havana, Cuba
Situated on the north coast Cuba, Havana is one of the top destinations among the Caribbean travelers. It is the capital city of Cuba and one of the biggest cities in Caribbean. It is a year round destination but it is more crowded by the visitors during the winter months from December to April. As in winter, the sun seekers from northern hemisphere travel to Caribbean to get rid of the extreme cold of the north. Havana offers great nightlife, beaches, delicious cuisine, and one of the most colorful cities with pleasing atmosphere.
Habana Vieja is a beautiful historical town which attracts huge number of tourists. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will find great colonial architecture here and many of the cities old buildings have been restored to maintain its old glory. Central part of Havana, also known as Centro Habana offers some of the very good museums and architectural buildings.
The island of Barbados offers one of the most scenic natural beauties starting from the wonderful caves to the beautiful landscape full of colorful flora all over the island. One of the must see spot here is Harrison’s Cave; it is an underground cave which consists of bubbling streams, a thundering waterfalls, and deep pools. The most popular activity here is windsurfing especially on the east and south coast of the islands.
The largest stretch of inland water on the island can be found in Christ Church, which is not far off from the capital town of Bridgetown. This huge swamp area is full of red and white mangrove trees. It is home to over 40 species of birds. There is a board walk for the visitors who want to experience close views of the mangroves, birds, and marine life here. You can also witness green monkeys and mongoose.
4. El Yunque, Puerto Rico
El Yunque in Puerto Rico is the smallest forest and it is also the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. National Forest System. It is one of the most popular and beautiful place to explore in Puerto Rico. Millions of visitors come to see the rain forest every year from all around the world. It offers great hiking trails, awesome waterfalls, natural pools, and lush green forest. The forest has more than 240 different species of trees. El Toro is the highest peak of the forest which rises to the height of 3,532 feet.
5. Andros, The Bahamas
Andros is the largest of all Bahamian islands. It comprises of 3 islands namely North Andros, South Andros, and Mangrove Cay. The main tourist attraction here is the barrier reef which is the third largest of the world. It is a great location for scuba divers. It offers more than 2,300 of colorful flora and fauna and also a great marine wildlife. Andros wall is the most popular underwater wall of the Bahamas. It is well known for its diverse sites which has canyons as well as peaks. Beautiful pristine beach of pure gold and pink sand lines its eastern shore.