LodgingPacking & PreparationTransportationTravel DestinationsTravel Packages & Tours

Top Ten Caribbean Island Vacation Destinations

Updated on December 25, 2016

Looking for a great vacation destination? A Caribbean Island vacation can be a relaxing fun adventure. Known though out the world for its white sandy beaches and clear waters, a trip to the Caribbean will be an energizing trip to remember. This group of roughly seven thousand islands has some of the best vacation spots on the planet. Known for its friendly people, pristine beaches, warm breezes and clear blue waters, this is the place to go for fun, or just for rest and relaxation.

For this article, the ranking used is from a travel poll based on number of tourist only. So don't worry if the island you want to visit isn't listed; all of the islands are beautiful, and there is something for everyone.

#1 Puerto Rico

If deep-sea fishing and scuba diving is what you like, then Puerto Rico is for you. Puerto Rico is know as the land of enchantment. This tropical Island is famous for its exotic places, white sandy beaches, and other natural wonders. This Island nation was founded in 1521. Its capital is San Juan; it has the distinction of being the oldest city in the US territory and is home to a third of Puerto Rico's population. Travelers are drawn to its beautiful beaches, good accommodations, and excellent restaurants.

#2 Bahamas

Are you into island hopping? then the Bahamas are for you. With 700 islands of white sand beaches, you are sure to find something you enjoy. This group of islands gets its name from the Spanish word "baja mar" which means "Shallow sea."

The Bahamas is an ecological oasis that has some of the clearest water on the planet; it is said the turquoise waters here are as warm and inviting as the natives who live here. The visibility of the water is over 180 feet. A person can see the barrier reef as easy as their toes. If that is not enough, head to one of the Bahamas busy straw markets to haggle on the prices of ceramics, handicrafts and local art. If you enjoy outdoor activities try sailing, snorkeling or golfing on one of its world class golf courses. If you enjoy shopping, outdoor activities, island hopping, or a good night life this is the place to go.


#3 St. Thomas

If you enjoy breath taking panorama views then St. Thomas is the place to be. In addition to its magnificent views on this mountainous island, St Thomas is also known for, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, fishing and spectacular golf. This island is home to Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands and home to half the islands 50,000 plus population. This island was once a hangout for pirates including the infamous Blackbeard. In addition, St. Thomas is a water lover’s dream come true. If you plan to vacation here, allow time to visit the beaches, or at least take an island tour.

St. Thomas is a great place to visit. It is a territory of the United States and the laws are similar to the North American mainland. If panorama views, fine dining, shopping and golfing on some of the worlds most beautiful real estate excites you, St. Thomas is for you.


#4 Dominican Republic

With miles of beautiful beaches, coconut palms and spectacular mountains, Dominican Republic is the place to visit. This Island nation is known as the perfect place for weddings and honeymoons. The Dominican Republic is located on the second largest island in the Caribbean, shared with Haiti.

With the variety of geography, climate, wildlife and the assortment of plants found here, it makes Dominican an interesting place to visit. Whether it is because of the beautiful backdrop, or the interesting differences found here, this is a truly unique place to visit. Dominican not only invites to to visit, it invites you to explore. With beautiful beaches, and various adventure activities such as bird watching, camping and four-wheeling, The Dominican Republic has the making of a good getaway.

#5 Jamaica

A vacation in Jamaica will be a memorable vacation experience. With beautiful beaches, spectacular mountain views and a culture full of life, has made Jamaica one of the world's most unique destinations.

Jamaica is an island with an area of roughly 4,200 square miles. The island is surrounded by the waters of the Caribbean Sea and is the third largest island in the Caribbean. Jamaica It is known as one of the most colorful islands in the Caribbean. With vibrant tropical blooms against a background of blue mountains, it is a sight to see. On this island, Montego Bay and Kingston are the two main cities. Visitors here are attracted to Jamaica's beautiful beaches, night clubs, excellent dining and world class golf courses.


#6 Aruba

If you are looking for an island to visit on the outer edges of the Caribbean, Aruba is for you. This island is known as one of the most attractive in the Caribbean. Aruba is located in the heart of southern Caribbean, just north of Venezuela. Unlike other islands in the Caribbean, it doesn't have a rainy season and it is less humid; so it is a good year around location. In Addition, Aruba is outside the hurricane corridor; so it is safe to visit during hurricane season. For you shoppers, Aruba is in a tax free zone.This island is known for its beaches, water activities, casinos, shopping and its world class golf courses. If this excites you visit Aruba.

#7 St. Maarten

If you crave excitement in a cosmopolitan atmosphere with a Caribbean feel, visit St Maarten. This is the smallest island in the world to have two governments French and Dutch. The Duel governments makes life interesting there. The Dutch and French have maintained a peace for over 340 years, the longest of any two nations sharing a bordering. The Treaty of Concordia enacted on March 23,1648 is still honored today. If gourmet food, a good nightlife, duty free shopping and pristine beaches excites you, visit St. Maarten.


#8 U.S. Virgin Islands

Would you like the feel of the Caribbean without leaving U.S. territory? Welcome to the Virgin Islands! The U.S. Virgin Islands include St. Croix, St. Thomas, And St John; visiting the different islands is like going to different countries. If you are a swimmer this is the place to be. The U.S. Virgin Islands are known for their white sandy beaches, warm turquoise water and are among the best islands in the world. Although it is impossible to do everything in one trip, popular activities include hiking, biking, and mountain climbing.

There are other worthwhile activities available in the Virgin Islands. Try a helicopter or boat tour; this will give you one of the best views of the islands. What about a sailing adventure? Because it is so much to do and see, many tourist take a cruise to see as much as possible; doing this gives travelers the time to visit all three main islands, to enjoy the spectacular scenery at a slower pace.

#9 St. Croix

St. Croix in the U.S Virgin Islands, is the largest of the three main islands; it is 28 miles long and 7 miles wide. Its vegetation ranges from rain forest to desert. St. Croix is home to roughly 50,000 people. This Island has an average winter temperature of 82 degrees and a summer temperature of 88 degrees. St. Croix is know for its beaches, reefs, and recreational water sports. On the west end of St. Croix is Frederiksted; it is a city growing in popularity as a cruise ship port and its excellent restaurants. On the eastern side of St. Croix is Christiansted; a city known for its duty free shopping, art galleries, pubs/bars and restaurants, along the harbor boardwalk. This island is a low key, laid-back destination; it is not a Spring Break style atmosphere, nor is it a mainstream tourist spot. It's an island of adventure with a variety of activities including water sports, horseback riding, ATV tours, and Para-sailing . Does this sound like a great getaway? Plan your trip today.

#10 Barbados

When visiting Barbados, you will notice it is a flat coral island with beautiful beaches; it also has rolling hills & deep ridges with an interesting assortment of flora. Within Barbados there is an array of underground lakes and caves, which are believed to have some of the cleanest drinking water on the planet.

This island is located north of Trinidad and east of the Windward Islands, in the western North Atlantic. Barbados has a more sophisticated feel than the other islands. It has some of the best resorts and hotels in the Caribbean and is known for Welchman Hall Gully, a must see for nature lovers. Barbados is a beautiful place with many activities to choose from including: cultural exhibits, a great night life and world-class-dinning, but what makes Barbados special is the people. Lastly, Barbados is one of the most popular ports of call in the Caribbean.

show route and directions
A markerPuerto Rico -
Puerto Rico
get directions

B markerBahamas -
The Bahamas
get directions

C markerDominican Republic -
Dominican Republic
get directions

D markerJamaica -
Jamaica
get directions

E markerAruba -
Aruba
get directions

F markerU.S. Virgin Islands -
US Virgin Islands
get directions

G markerSt. Croix -
St Croix, US Virgin Islands
get directions

H markerBarbados -
Barbados
get directions

Honorable Mentions

Although they didn't make the top ten popularity list, I want to give the follow Islands honorable mentions. Some on this listing may not be as well known as most, but they all have the characteristics that you will want in a beautiful beach island including excellent accommodations. For additional travel information see my Caribbean Islands Map.

  • Anguilla
  • Cayman Islands
  • Curacao
  • San Andres
  • St. Kitts and Nevis
  • St Lucia
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Turks and Caicos Islands
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Comments

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 20 months ago from Texas, USA

      I saw that article and was thinking the novelty of cruising would wear off after a week or two. If that what makes her happy, I am happy for the old lady; thanks for your comments.

    • poetryman6969 profile image

      poetryman6969 20 months ago

      It might be nice to cruise around and partake of all these islands. I read about an old lady who is living out her final years on cruise ships.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 4 years ago from Texas, USA

      @rafeeqq - Yes you are correct, there are a variety of languages spoken there. Thanks for your feedback.

    • rafeeqq profile image

      rafeeqq 4 years ago from Mandeville, Jamaica

      The French Caribbean island of St. Martin is one of the top islands to visit. There are at least four languages spoken on the islands French, English, Spanish and Dutch.

      http://hubpages.com/t/2f695a

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Lisa - Since you are planning a vacation in March, hurricane season wont be a problem. As for spring break, I would suggest staying away from Cancun, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Bahamas, Dominican Republic and Jamaica. The two of you are close to my age; I would suggest some where like Anguilla, Barbados, Curacao, St Lucia maybe even Turks & Caicos. I hope what ever destination you decide to visit will be a great trip for the two of you.

    • LISA 5 years ago

      Would love some help from all of you - My husband and I are taking a well overdue vacation - first one in five years - willing to spend some money - within reason - leaving from boston during the month of early march - concerned about hurricane season and spring break - both of us are in late 48's but young at heart - foodies and love great wines - both restaurant owners and need a great time away - any suggestions

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Anonymous - I Thank you for your comment, but Hawaii is not part of the Caribbean.

    • Anonymous 5 years ago

      How I wish I could go to one of those places! I'm surprised that Hawaii isn't on there!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @NiaG - Thanks, I am glad you like my article :)

    • NiaG profile image

      NiaG 5 years ago from Louisville, KY

      All of these sound awesome. I would love to visit Aruba and Venezuela and Brazil and, and, and...Ha! Great hub!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @cebutouristspot - I hope your wish will be granted. Thank for your comments :)

    • cebutouristspot profile image

      cebutouristspot 5 years ago from Cebu

      Those are great place to visit I hope that I can save enough money to even visit one of those places. I know my wife will really appreciate it.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Genesis - Thanks for your comments.

    • Genesis profile image

      Genesis 5 years ago from Canada

      Jamaica, and Barbados are my favorite to visit but perhaps it's time for some place new on the next vacation. I agree with cajunhank that Trinidad & Tobago should be included though, it has probably the best carnival in the world, and the people are wonderful. Always a good time in sweet T&T! Great Hub.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Prince of Barbados - I am glad you are pleased and thanks for your feedback on this article :)

    • Prince of Barbados 5 years ago

      My Barbados sweet!!!!! All of the islands are just lovely but I love Barbados! That is my home! Sweet Island In De Sun

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Peter Owen - Thanks for your comments :)

    • Peter Owen profile image

      Peter Owen 5 years ago from West Hempstead, NY

      st Maartens my favorite

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @mib56789 - Thanks for your comments; I will check out the link you provided.

    • mib56789 5 years ago

      Awesome, useful, beautiful and interesting. Another Texan dreaming of the Caribbean. Posted a link to your HUB following my HUB.

      http://mib56789.hubpages.com/hub/MY-TOP-6-VACATION...

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Mike Fuller - Thanks for your time and your comments too :)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 5 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Balsam Mountain - I am glad you found this article useful :)

    • Mike Fuller profile image

      Mike Fuller 5 years ago from Indiana

      Aruba is beautiful, I will have to try the other ones soon. I need a vacation. Thanks for the information

    • Balsam Mountain in Western NC 5 years ago

      St. Croix looks good to me :).Thanks for the fantastic hub, enjoyed a lot.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @onehub - Thanks for your text left on this article. I like the article you linked to, nice writing.

    • onehub profile image

      onehub 6 years ago

      St Maarten St Martin Island the breathtaking beauty of the Caribbean. Shared by two nations, on the north is the French side of the Island and to the south the Dutch half of the island, which is a member of the Netherland Antilles. Two nations, in one island that offers a unique experience like no other. ??With its varieties in life style and populations the island is very cosmopolitan with its own natural charm.

      http://www.st-martin-island.com

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Barbados.org - Thanks for your comments and for making me smile too :)

    • Barbados.org profile image

      Barbados.org 6 years ago from Barbados

      Nice hub, glad to see Barbados made your top 10... of course I would have made it #1 :) One of my favourite videos too!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Sydney Getaways Guy - Thanks for your comments and I like the layout of your website too.

    • Sydney Getaways Guy 6 years ago

      what a georgeous place to hang out and I'm stuck on the other side of the planet but fortunately we also have nice tropical places to visit withing Australia both east and west coast. Hopefully one day I will get to the Carribean. Thanks for the hub Coolmon.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Micky Dee - I could see you cycling along the coast of St Lucia or Aruba. When you pack your bags don't forget to bring your cycling gear too :)

    • Micky Dee profile image

      Micky Dee 6 years ago

      My bags are almost packed!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @st lucia for sale - I am glad you enjoyed reading my article, and thanks for linking to my article :)

    • st lucia for sale profile image

      st lucia for sale 6 years ago from St Lucia

      Nice hub! Particularly the section on St Lucia - its spot on. I've linked to this page from my own St Lucia related hub :)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @tonymac04 - I hope you enjoyed viewing your game, and i hope your team won :)

    • tonymac04 profile image

      Tony McGregor 6 years ago from South Africa

      Hi Coolmon - we are watching the Proteas ()South Africa's cricket team) right now playing on the island of Dominica. The TV showed us some of that little island which has a population of about 74000. It is simply beautiful.

      Thanks for this beautiful and informative introduction to the islands.

      Love and peace

      Tony

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @hypnodude - Thank you taking a second look, hope you get to visit these islands in next few years :)

    • hypnodude profile image

      Andrea 6 years ago from Italy

      Probably it's the sun, but I needed to have another look at these beautiful places. I already rated it up, so now I've added also beautiful. :)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @habee - Thanks for your feedback, I will think on it:)

    • habee profile image

      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      I love the Bahamas! You ned to add this to Hubtrail!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Nell Rose - Thank you for the kind words, and it is nice to hear from you again:)

    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 6 years ago from England

      Hi, Oh this is lovely! I couldn't stop looking at all the videos. I want to go now! I was also singing along to 'I'm going to Barbados la la la! brilliant, I haven't heard that for years.this is great thanks nell

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @PearTreeGreetings - I am glad you enjoyed reading my article, and I hope you get to visit a few of them soon.

    • PearTreeGreetings profile image

      PearTreeGreetings 6 years ago from Rexburg, ID

      Wow -- this Hub makes me excited to travel! I would love to visit any of these amazing locations. :)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Wanderlust - Thanks for the tip, and thank you for taking the time to stop by :)

    • Wanderlust profile image

      Wanderlust 6 years ago from New York City

      When in St Martin take a ferry to St Barts - the toppest destination in the Caribbean and the most expensive one :)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Dr. Cherie - it must be nice to have a villa on St. Maarten, I am happy for you. I am glad you enjoyed the photos, and I thank you for the link I will check it out :)

    • Dr. Cherie profile image

      Cherie Santasiero PhD 6 years ago from Hamburg, NY

      Hi Coolmon,

      I loved this hub. We have a villa in St. Maarten and have been going there since 1983. We have been to the other islands, but there is just something about SXM. The Caribbean is such a "fun" and "happy" atmosphere.

      Thanks for the enjoyment of the beautiful photos.

      You can see photos of the other side of the island on my web site: www.caribbeanoceanvillas.com It's in Dawn Beach Estates. This is a quieter part of the island, very close to the French side.

      Thanks again, really enjoyed.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @jill of alltrades - Sounds good, I will take a look at your Boracay Hubs. Thank you for your comments :)

    • jill of alltrades profile image

      jill of alltrades 6 years ago from Philippines

      Wow, sound and look very much like my favorite island, Boracay. I wish I will be able to visit someday!

      You can check out my hubs on Boracay. You will see the similarities.

      Thanks for sharing!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      Sounds good..hope you have a good time and a safe trip back home :)

    • Pamela99 profile image

      Pamela Oglesby 6 years ago from United States

      I love the Caribbean Islands and have visited several of them but not enough yet. I liked your pictures and descriptions. I'm going to the Bahamas for the first time next week and hope to go back to Jamaica by next spring. Thanks for a great hub.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @St John USVI - Thanks for your comments; if you are planing a trip to St. John hope it works out for you - Thanks you for stopping by

    • St John USVI 6 years ago

      @Coolmon2009 -- I'm actually worried about booking any trips to the virgin islands/caribbean between June and November. I can't afford to miss a booking due to hurricane (financially) and I can't afford it mentally either :). On this list I would choose St Thomas btw, only because its how I get to St John. There's really not much on St Thomas that I enjoy doing, but I like walking around with a beer in my hand between December and May in St John. :-p

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @habee - Thank you for your feedback

    • habee profile image

      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Wonderful hub, and I LOVE the pics!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @travel_man1971 - Thank you for your comments; when the time comes, I hope your vacation in Cayman Islands is enjoyable.

    • travel_man1971 profile image

      Ireno Alcala 6 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      I've been to St. Estatius, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Aruba and Bahamas as a seafarer. People are friendly and the beaches, especially in Bahamas is very clean. I also want to go to Cayman Islands (British Commonwealth) as tourist. Thanks for this hub, Coolmon2009.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      @SensuousWorld - I understand what you mean I prefer quiet out the way places myself Thanks for sharing

    • SensuousWorld 6 years ago

      I was born on St.Croix, we moved to the states when I was 14. You do have some good choices in your group and I guess it really depends on what you are looking to get out of your vaction. I find St.John to be far better than St.Thomas or St.Croix...if you want to have a nice relaxing time the others are to commercial and touristy. I love St.Lucia, maybe the most beautiful island in all the caribbean. Jamaica is good if you stay at a resort...it can become quite crazy trying to get out and drive around on your own. The BVI's are great also but tend to be more expensive than the USVI's.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Nicks - Depends on where, when and what you trying to do and at what Altitude. Above all try to avoid hurricane season or pick a location outside hurricane alley.

      August is hurricane season it doesn't mean there are storms all the time just be aware of the weather. The further south you go the less chances there is of seeing a big storm. Any destination that is south of St. Vincent during hurricane season is thought to be safer.

      For now the official hurricane season for Caribbean is from June 1 and to Nov 30 Peak months of Aug, Sep and Oct

      The people of Caribbean have the following saying about hurricane season: June - is Too Soon; July - Stand By; August - Look Out You Must!; September - Remember; October - All Over

      If you require more information or you are a weather buff that likes to look at weather charts etc. I included a few links on hurricanes, humidity and temperature in Caribbean. Hope all this helps thanks for stopping by

      http://stormcarib.com/climatology/

      http://www.findlocalweather.com/weather_maps/humid...

      http://caribbean-guide.info/weather/march/temperat...

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Has_aWayWithWords - Thank you for your feedback

    • Has_aWayWithWords profile image

      Has_aWayWithWords 7 years ago from United States

      The climate can be quite humid in summer, I was in Jamaica a few years back in the fall and it was beautiful. October was perfect, hot enough during the day to swim the cool ocean waters and cool enough at night to get dressed up and go out for some dancing and drinks. Avoid hurriane season is my only suggestion...lol

    • Nicks 7 years ago

      Are the islands not very humid - and, if so, when is the best time to avoid the most humid season?

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Bhawna Sharma - I am glad you enjoyed my article. I look forward to reading more of yours too.

    • Bhawna Sharma profile image

      Bhawna Sharma 7 years ago from Mumbai, India

      I love travelling. The way you have described these islands is so wonderful that know one can resist temptation to visit them.

      Your hub has added one more international destination in my list =D

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Truth From Truth - Thank you for your feedback

    • Truth From Truth profile image

      Truth From Truth 7 years ago from Michigan

      Great hub, I love the Caribbean myself. St Thomas, and Grand Cayman are my favorites. I really enjoyed your pictures. Thanks.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @hypnodude - I hope to visit one or two new Caribbean destinations in 2010 myself - thanks for stopping by

    • hypnodude profile image

      Andrea 7 years ago from Italy

      Very nice hub. I wish I could fly there now. And great pictures.

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @PWalker281 - Thank you for your feedback; I Hope you have a Happy New year

    • PWalker281 7 years ago

      Very informative hub with lots of lovely photos and resources. Makes me want to pack my bags and hop on a plane!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      pddm67 - Sounds like you had a nice trip, would like to make another Caribbean trip. I miss the white sands and blue waters. Thank you for your comments

    • pddm67 profile image

      pddm67 7 years ago from Queens, New York

      Another cool hub. I've only been to Barbados and Aruba. totally loved Aruba. The weather is ALWAYS awesome and the trade winds keep you nice and cool even when it's really hot. Now I just gotta visit the others :-)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Mikel G Roberts - Thanks for your feedback

    • Mikel G Roberts profile image

      Mikel G Roberts 7 years ago from The Heartland

      Looks great, when are we going? :)

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @Bostons's First - Sounds like your visit to Grand Cayman was a special time for you and your family. Yes i agree you cant beat the weather. Nothing like walking on a white sand beach looking at the blue waters!

    • Boston's First profile image

      Boston's First 7 years ago

      I have been to several that you mentioned and they were all beautiful, but Grand Cayman holds a special place for me. We swam with the stingrays! What an awesome experience! It is true, there is something for everyone and you can't beat the weather!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @hubber_girl - I wouldn't mind making a trip to Jamaica and Bahamas myself thank you for your comments

    • hubber_girl profile image

      hubber_girl 7 years ago

      nice article! I like to go to the carrebean again, i was there once 2 years ago i visited Dominican Republic, now i want to go to Jamaica, Turks and Caicos, Bahamas and Barbados look sooo nice!

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      @prettydarkhorse - you are welcome thank you for looking at my hubs too

    • prettydarkhorse profile image

      prettydarkhorse 7 years ago from US

      wow, they are all awesome, I like to visit Puerto Rico, Barbados too, I just dont have money, thanks for reading my hub too, Maita

    • Coolmon2009 profile image
      Author

      Coolmon2009 7 years ago from Texas, USA

      Cajunhank - Thank you for your feedback looking forward to reading more of your Hubs

    • cajunhank profile image

      cajunhank 7 years ago from in my own mind

      you left out t & t? awww, what a terrific place that is to lime, relax, and enjoy good food, soca, and carnival. very good article

    Click to Rate This Article