There are so many to choose from it’s hard to even imagine not going to all of them. All offering their own unique views, culture, and island life, it’s tempting to take off for a long time to experience it all. Keep on reading to get a small taste of what’s waiting for you at some of the popular destinations of the Caribbean.

Aruba

ArubaPhoto: www.averiecooks.com

Strategically built on the spectacular west coat of Aruba, the accommodation and resorts all get a prime location come sunset every evening. There is a “Carubbean Festival” every week with plenty of vendors and fabulous food to nosh on. Aruba is a melting pot of the surrounding neighboring islands and has a diversified culture. There are many Dominicans, Haitians, and Jamaicans who also influence the island. There are white sand beaches and limestone cliffs to provide everyone with a phenomenal view.

St. Martin and St. Maarten

St. Martin and St. Maarten
Recently this island has been reverting back to the older and more simpler times to get back to the way it used to be. The island is part French and part Dutch, but all gorgeous. The dually owned island brings to exciting culture to combine a lively and thrilling experience for all its visitors to enjoy. The northern French side is where you can enjoy some of the tastiest dishes and some great beach parties.  The Dutch side, St. Marten, hosts the casino, clubs and bars for an amazing nightlife scene.

Barbados

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Party loving, breathtaking sites, culture, and fabulous architecture are just a few way to describe the island of Barbados. With some world-class surfing at the Soup Bowl, exciting and happening beaches to untouched pieces of paradise, this popular island just might have it all. Sip on some rum and let the calypso vibes take you away.

St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Kitts and Nevis
These twin islands are in  the southern Caribbean and are absolutely incredible. The natural beauty attracts people of all walks of life, including prominent celebrities and tourists from around the world. St. Kitts is more of the wild child on the scene especially in Basseterre. On Nevis, you will experience the lighter side of the twins. There isn’t even a single streetlight on this islands. Talk about being one with nature! The grayish sand and blue waters are inviting and scenic.

Cayman Islands

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Three in all are what make up the coveted Caribbean getaway trio called the Cayman Islands. Honeymooners to families are welcome to enjoy this oasis for some great Caribbean deals. Chill out on the beaches, enjoy the luxurious resorts, have fun in the water, and check out the barrier reefs below. The island provides all that is needed for your holiday.

Turks and Caicos

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Swimming with the schools of fish, vibrant corals, and marine life by day, and noshing on some of the most delectable seafood by night is what  Turks and Caicos offers. There are miles of sunny and white sands to bask on and your getaway here will really be to get away from it all.

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I started GloHoliday in 2012 as a hobby, fascinated by the ability of some people to travel around the world. My dream is to turn the site into a source of Knowledge and Inspiration for those who wish to travel.