Top 10 Most Beautiful Caribbean Islands

 

10 U.S Virgin Islands

A.S. The Virgin Islands are a group of islands and islets in the Caribe. A region of the United States, it is known for white-sand beaches, reefs and verdant hills. The island of St. Thomas is the birthplace of the queen, Charlotte Amalie. To the east is St. John’s Island, much of which includes National Park on the Virgin Islands. The island of St. Croix and its historic cities, Christiansted and Frederiksted, are to the South. The average temperature varies from 22 to 25 degrees C. The St. Croix is the largest of U.S. Virgin Islands, with an area of 209 square kilometres. It is an island of great interest with a history and beautiful architecture. St. Croix is also known for its natural beauty, in addition to the great historical sites.

9 Cuba

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean, covering an area of 42,803 square miles and with more than 4,000 smaller islands. It is also the nearest island to the United Sates in the Caribbean, just 83 miles from Florida. Cuba’s natural beauty is world renowned. Even known for its culture, world class education system, majestic mountains, and stunning beaches, this Caribbean Island is. Cuba attracts more than 3 million visitors per year. Cuba has a hot, subtropical climate and 330 sunny days a year. So Cuba is always ideal for a holiday. There are 300 beautiful beaches in this Caribbean paradise.

8 St.Kitts and Nevis

Saint Kitts and Nevis is a dual-island nation situated between the Caribbean and Atlantic Oceans. It is known for mountains and beaches enveloped in cloud. Many of its former sugar plantations are now inns or ruins from the environment. The larger of the 2 islands, Saint Kitts, is dominated by the dormant volcano Mount Liamuiga, home to a crater lake, green vervet monkeys and crisscrossed rainforest with hiking trails.

7 Curacao

The Curacao Island Nation is the largest of the Norwegian Antilles, situated in the Southwestern Caribbean. It measures 40 miles and covers an area of 171.4 square miles. Curacao boasts an agreeable, mild year-round temperature. It is in fact this island’s location, just below the hurricane belt (a part of the Atlantic Ocean) is the key explanation behind its great weather. Curacao ‘s beautiful, curvy beaches, spectacular architecture, sculpture, and delicious food make it one of the Caribbean ‘s finest tourist destinations.

6 Aruba

Aruba has sunny skies and mild temperatures. Thus tourists from all over the globe visit Aruba over and over again. Aruba Island has beautiful white sandy beaches, efficient transportation and very friendly people, in addition to the near-perfect weather. In fact Aruba is within the Kingdom of the Netherlands one of the constitutional nations. This spans 25 miles and occupies an area of 75 square kilometres. The sandy beaches and warm temperatures make Aruba a great Caribbean holiday spot.

5 Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is an archipelago which includes a group of islands larger and smaller. Puerto Rico has a near perfect temperature, 21-26 degrees Celsius during the year. So, you don’t need to look for a good time to visit this Caribbean island. It is always a fun, mild weather to you. EI Yunque National Forest is also home to the scenic Puerto Rico, the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. territory. Per year EI Yunque forest gets an average of 200 inches of rainfall. It also features 25 spectacular waterfalls and rare wildlife.

4 Jamaica

Jamaica is known as the heart of the Caribbean, a land of rich culture, lush scenery, gorgeous beaches, reggae music and all-inclusive resorts. This beautiful tropical Caribbean island also boasts a near-perfect, mild year round climate with an average temperature of 27 degrees Celsius. The music has always been an important part of Jamaican people’s daily lives. In Jamaica there are different styles of music inspired by the European and African heritage. The most famous forms of Jamaica ‘s music are Rastafari and Kumina.

 3 Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic is the caribbean’s second-largest nation. It is typically a mountainous area and is home to the Caribbean ‘s four highest peaks. The Dominican Republic boasts a fantastic, tropical weather with a slight variation in temperature throughout the year. In this Island the average temperature varies from 25 to 28 degrees Celsius. In 1990 UNESCO named the ancient city of Santo Domingo as a World Heritage Site, considering the historical significance. This city was also renowned for having the America’s first university, cathedral, and hospital. Even today in this city some of the buildings from the 15th century remain intact.

2 Saint Martin Island

St. Martin is a tiny paradise of the Northeastern Caribbean Islands. The French and Dutch people have lived side by side in this small Island peacefully since 1648. Yet the French and Dutch side have no physical borders or customs. St. Martin, too, is the world’s smallest populated island separated by two countries. St. Martin Island boasts 37 lovely beaches. The St. Martin coastline is well preserved and even. Since St. Martin is a small island a short walk is sufficient to reach the beaches. The St. Martin beaches are among the Caribbean ‘s top beaches too.

1 Barbados

Barbados is a great destination for those finding complete relaxation in tropical surroundings. Located in the eastern Caribbean Sea, this coral island offers almost everything visitors expect-beautiful climate, blissful beaches, smashing nightlife, cool local people, nice restaurants and delicious food. Barbados Island also boasts impressive coral reefs. And you can enjoy incredible snorkeling and scuba diving in the Caribbean just like nowhere else. It offers you a gorgeous view of large coral heads, barrel sponges and marine life underwater. There are many beautiful beaches in Barbados too.