Exploring the Richness of the Caribbean Islands – Itinerary Tips

Contrary to what many people think, the beautiful islands of the Caribbean are not just about beach, tanning, partying, rum and Reggae; though those by themselves are great reasons to visit. But these islands are vastly rich in culture from the colonial era, as well as have their own ethnicity that is difficult to match.

With unspoiled weather, neither freezing nor boiling temperatures, nearly any time of the year to visit the Caribbean is a perfect time but especially between December and April when it’s less humid.

Because there’s so much excitement and things to do on the islands, here are some tips for your trip to get the most out of your time and you definitely will!

Dunn’s River Falls & Park:

If you don’t do anything at all except lay around on the beach, at least get to this marvelous tourist attraction in Jamaica. The waterfall is a 180 meter relatively easy climb and well worth it. The waters cascade down into pools making this natural wonder a must-see.

Waitukubuli National Trail:

For hiking lovers, this trail in Dominica is a 115 mile stretch of unmatched scenery and serenity. The trail itself is divided into 14 sections, meaning you can hike as much or as little as you want.

Stingray swimming:

The Cayman Islands are crystal clear waters, home to stingrays that you can swim with and feed. The stingrays are friendly being used to thousands of visitors every year. It makes for a fun family experience.

Island hopping:

With each island offering its very own delights, it’s a heart wrenching choice where to go. To get the most, you should island hop on board the Celebrity Eastern Caribbean cruise trip that will take you around the Eastern Caribbean. If you want a restaurant a day, for every day of the year and a lively nightlife, St. Maarten is the place to head to in the Eastern Caribbean. It’s also the best known area for all that duty free shopping you want to do. It’s a dual national island with both Dutch and French influence. The French side is more reserved, while the Dutch South side is where the magical parties happen.

Couple’s getaways:

For newlyweds and couples, you’ll be happy to know there are lots of getaway spots, too many to list. But for a start, a boat trip to Little Cay or Prickly Pears Cays is pure romance.

Kayaks and canoes:

At St. John’s Antigua, you can enjoy the more active lifestyle of kayaking or canoeing. Some of the best spots for these sports are:  Bonaire Mangrove Center, Martinique, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent, and Grenadine and Tobago Cays. You’ll get some very inspirational settings along the way.

Trip of a lifetime

There’s absolutely no way to go wrong with a trip to the magnificent Caribbean Islands, host to tourists from all around the globe. Whether it’s peace and tranquility you want or days and nights full of adventure and spirit, each island has its own character and has what you’re looking for.

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