The Caribbean has some of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world.
This makes it popular with tourists worldwide.
When it comes to crowd-pleasing destinations, few offer as many diverse experiences as the Caribbean—a fact that means choosing the perfect island destination can overwhelm even the most self-assured and decisive of travelers.
Which island is best? The answer all depends on which type of traveler you are, and what you’re looking for in an island vacation. Are you an adventure-seeker? A beach bum? A food obsessive? A value hunter? Are you traveling with your family? Your significant other? Pair those preferences with the right island, and you’ve got a match made in oceanfront heaven.
Aruba offers a diverse number of activities for people of all ages. On the one hand, it’s extremely family friendly, with many resorts catering to families with kids. On the other hand, you can find many adult-centered activities, such as nightlife and a wide assortment of casinos. Aruba also has a slightly different landscape from many Caribbean islands, having more of a desert appearance rather than forests.
Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the U.S., so citizens do not need a passport to visit this island. This is a bustling island full of activities. Cities such as San Juan and Ponce offer lots of historical sites as well as great food and nightlife. There are lots of different kinds of beaches, making it equally attractive for surfers, snorkelers or people who simply want to relax. Puerto Rico also has quite a few casinos both large and small.
Jamaica attracts travelers of many different types. Some come to see the amazing flora and wildlife, including many exotic species of birds. Others come to experience the famous Reggae music scene, which had its birthplace on this island. Others are drawn to the many great deals available on Jamaica, especially when it comes to all-inclusive resorts. Finally, many golfers come to Montego Bay, known for having the best golf courses in all of the Caribbean.
A favorite destination for divers, Curacao is also home to beaches with calm waters and 253 activities to choose from. Of those 253 activities, 75 are water sports alone. If you’re not a water enthusiast, try exploring the Hato Caves, an elaborate network of stalactites and stalagmites, or hiking the trails of the Christoffelpark. Curacao has a high beach-density of 0.82.
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