There’s no shortage of things to do in the Caribbean but these ten things are absolute must-do’s. You cannot honestly say you’ve been to the Caribbean without stopping to visit these places.
Here are the top 10 bucket list destinations in the Caribbean.
Located on the northwest tip of Saint Lucia, Rodney Bay is definitely a must-see. With its white sand & horseshoe shape, Rodney Bay also has a man-made lagoon for your enjoyment.
The Trail opens up and showcases the best of Dominica – culture, local lifestyles & our island’s rugged terrain & wild nature – rivers, waterfalls, gorges, and rain-forests.
Looking to get your explorer side going in a safe environment? Visit Stingray City in Grand Cayman. It’s affordable, safe & fun! You can see everything from stingrays to turtle farms.
The national park of Aruba is another must-see destination. Make sure you check out the Caquetío Indian rock paintings in the Fontein Cave while you’re there!
Even though it looks like two mountain peaks from a distance, Gros Piton in Saint Lucia is actually a “volcanic plug” (meaning they were formed by volcanic rock and sediment).
This is one of the best-known spots in the Caribbean, and for good reason. It’s also considered the “Jewel of the Cayman Islands,” thanks to its miles of pristine white beaches.
Featuring water sports, two reefs, and the Chalk Sound National Park, Provo is a bit on the expensive side but still a must-see if you’re visiting the Caribbean.
These Jamaican mountains are best known for having the best coffee in the world — but its natural beauty and resources outside of its coffee farms cannot be denied.
The Baths may not be as well known as other destinations in the Virgin Islands, but this collection of granite boulders is simply resplendent in its beauty.
The El Morro National Monument located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is a bit of a tribute to colonialism, but it’s still a must-see spot in the Caribbean.