Top 10 Best Places To Visit In The Caribbean 2018 | 4K

Top 10 Best Places To Visit In The Caribbean 2018 | 4K


Top 10 Best Places To Visit In The Caribbean. Caribbean getaways are a regular part of the
good life for many. The beaches and sumptuous climate are the
kind of delightful shock to the soul that everyone needs to recharge their batteries
and be reminded that we are all children of the sun. But as familiar as many Caribbean Islands
are in hospitality, grilled fish and music vibz, each Island-nation has its own distinct
personality and layers of treasures to explore. The following are ten of the best Caribbean
Island destinations to include in any serious vacation bucket list. 1: Aruba. One of the reasons to love Aruba is that it
is safely outside of ‘hurricane alley’. You can always count on warm sunny weather
here, free of the dreaded Caribbean superstorm. With more arid climate than the rest of the
Caribbean, Aruba draws tourists who love it hot and dry and features unique tours to the
cactus filled ‘desert lands’. Once a gambling haven, Aruba features casinos,
entertaining and fine dining to please the tropical lifestyle maven in everyone. 2: St Lucia. Whether it’s romantic intimacy, sporty adventure
or just sand, sun and beach that you need, St. Lucia is just what the doctor ordered. With beautiful natural landscape and palm
fringed beaches, miles of rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains there’s lots to
see on St. Lucia. The sun here is fierce, so load up with SPF
and make sure you stay well hydrated. For the playful or the romantic, dip behind
one of St. Lucia’s natural waterfalls or enjoy picturesque underwater sightseeing while
scuba diving, another popular pastime on St. Lucia. 3: Bermuda. Being so close to mainland U.S.A., Bermuda
is a great destination for weekend getaways. As if its famous pink sand beaches weren’t
enough, the historic charm of Bermuda will remind you of classic southern American towns
like Charleston or Richmond. For example, the naval base at St. Georges
is a Unesco Heritage site. Boat tours are inexpensive and a fascinating
way to spend an afternoon exploring. Tiny hidden coves make Bermuda a perfect destination
for lovers and other strangers looking to stay hidden in plain sight while on the island
paradise. Local laws prohibit rental cars but there
are plenty of options for touring including mopeds and local guides with drivers for hire. 4: Barbados. Art exhibits, surfing and the best live music
scene in the Islands characterize leisure life in Barbados. Try some flying fish and take time to stop
and talk with ‘Bajans’ who are genuinely endlessly warm and always make time to stop
for a moment of friendly repartee. The easternmost island in the Caribbean, Barbados
is known for banking and rum. So a visit to the Mount Gay rum factory in
St. Michael is a must and will reveal a charter from 1703… confirming that the Mount Gay
Rum company is the oldest rum factory and purveyor in the world. 5: Turks & Caicos. The hub at Providenciales (“Provo”) is
the center of all social life for visitors to Turks and Caicos. Boasting by far the very best beaches in the
Caribbean, Grace Bay requires only one thing from visitors: soulful relaxation. Take a sea tour or plan a guided cay picnic
in a glass bottom boat and check out the abundant marine life while enjoying delicious Island
cuisine. But as a protected national reserve, don’t
expect to see a lot of motorized water sports. Turks and Caicos is filled with natural wonders
with plenty of cave systems, coves and cliffs to explore if hiking and geological wonders
light your inner fire. 6: St Marteen. St. Maarten has some beautiful things to offer
people in search of a tropical getaway. Try Cheri’s Cafe in Maho Bay or the many beach-side
burgers, ribs and fish joints that are guest favorites. They will have you licking your spiced and
salty fingers, asking for more. Resort nightlife includes a variety of gifted
performers and surprising, sensational comedy! Or try a sunset cruise, or a trip into Phillipsburg
to enjoy the lively local scene and great shopping. St. Maarten is known for its exquisite jewelry. So a visit to Front Street is a must for one-of-kind
mementos or gifts that make this Caribbean gem worth remembering. 7: St Barts. St. Barts is off the everyday Caribbean tourist
path and not easy to get to, but joining the St. Barts set has its rewards. If celebrity swag is what you seek, St. Barts
has plenty, as the winter home to the likes of Beyonce, P.Diddy and David letterman. Unspoiled tropical island beaches, gorgeous
vistas and a delightfully quaint capital city, Gustavia, add more than a touch of sophistication. But St. Barts caters to the A-list so be prepared
to pay for St. Barts’ exclusivity, and its many lifestyle rarities, often hard to find
in the tropics. With some of the finest dining, exclusive
shopping and the most lavish beachfront playground anywhere in the world, this little Caribbean
jewel will have you dreaming of life as a starlet or mogul. 8: US Virgin Islands. Great golf and day tours to historic museums,
churches and other sites will keep your curious mind filled with sightseeing adventure in
the US “V.I.s”. Head to St Thomas for exquisite gourmet dining
or enjoy some duty free shopping. The coral reefs of St. Croix provide an endless
spectacle of marine life if snorkeling or scuba is your thing. The expansive national park on St John provides
endless hiking through wet tropical or dry forests and breathtaking vistas across its
many hills, valleys and beaches. Or take a guided tour and view the petroglyphs,
or rock carvings left by the indigenous Tainos peoples and other ancient civilizations that
inhabited the 7,000 acre island in the distant past. 9: Anguilla. Relaxation is the main business on Anguilla. This is not a mass market destination, with
no fast food chains to be found. Unique seaside eateries like the Sunshine
Shack at Rendezvou Bay provide delectable options for drinks and Island style snacks
all day. Boat racing is the national sport here, making
Anguilla a sun drenched playground for the nautically adventurous. The charm of Anguilla is in what it’s not
– busy, crowded and fast. So slow down and enjoy the natural beauty,
and some of the most engaging people and breathtaking beaches you will find anywhere this side of
heaven. 10: Jamaica. One of the larger islands in the Caribbean,
Jamaica is as lively and diverse as it gets. Friendly Jamaicans will inform and engage
you in lively conversations about politics, sports or food to your heart’s content,
reminding you what the term good neighbor really means. Visit Negril for the most picturesque white
sand and emerald seas anywhere in the world. Climb the falls at Ocho Rios or just be a
shoppy tourist in Montego Bay with its thriving retail experiences, nightlife and the very
best in international cuisine on the island.

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