Best Islands in the Caribbean
The Caribbean region is situated on the south-east of the Gulf of Mexico and the North American mainland, bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. The region has over 700 islands. The Caribbean region is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. In this short article, we will see what are the best islands among these 700 Caribbean islands to live, to visit, for taking your significant other, and for snorkeling.
Jamaica, arguably the most popular Caribbean island of all, thanks to Bob Marley for being such a global icon. Jamaica is known as the birthplace of reggae music, and its capital Kingston is home to the Bob Marley Museum, dedicated to the famous singer. Jamaica is also very well known for its unreal beauty and delicious delicacies. The western town of Negril is known for some of the best diving and swimming spots in the country, heading inland to hike through the misty mountains, it is guaranteed to catch beautiful views of lagoons and waterfalls. If you haven’t visited Jamaica yet, this is surely worth a visit.
If you are looking for a place in the Caribbean that will not break your bank and is still exceptionally beautiful Puerto Rico is it. After Hurricane Maria that happened in 2017, Puerto Rico is now recovered and is almost reborn. If you have visited Puerto Rico before the hurricane, I highly suggest you visit it now; but it’s not only an amazing place to visit, but it’s also real money friendly to live in. Puerto Rico marks on average the cheapest cost of living.
Nassau is not as cost-effective as Puerto Rico but is surely another place to consider if you are planning to live in the Caribbean. In recent years, Nassau has undergone an exceptional transformation, it is just a 30-minute flight to Miami, this particular proximity makes Nassau appealing to many people. Like every other Caribbean island, this Island is filled with beauty, but something worth noting about this Island is that it’s thriving in Real Estate, and has a diverse business enterprise.
The Cayman Islands—Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman can be considered as the best Caribbean island if you are planning to visit a Caribbean island for a honeymoon. Grand Cayman offers amazing views but Owen Island in little cayman offers privacy, so just rent accommodation in little cayman, and once you had enough of the private time you can go on a venture to the grand cayman and also, you can visit Stingray City, Yes! ‘Stingray City’ as there are a lot of stingrays to be found here, and surprisingly the stingrays are quite friendly here.
Anguilla is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean. Anguilla’s most famous beach is Shoal Bay. The island offers an unreal underwater ecosystem for the divers. Anguilla can be considered as the best Caribbean Island for snorkeling. Onshore it offers home-like restaurants which are quite affordable but don’t get deceived by this, if you are packing in some extra cash you can surely find luxurious accommodation here.