7 Caribbean Islands Unlikely To Be Affected By Hurricanes
There is no better place to experience a relaxing beach vacation than in the Caribbean. With so many different islands to choose from, all offering different climates, activities, and adventures, it is the perfect destination for any vacation type and all ages! But you may be asking yourself, which island should you choose if you plan on traveling during Hurricane Season?
No one wants to start their vacation worrying, so here are the 7 Caribbean Islands that are unlikely to be affected during hurricane season.
There are so many great things to say about Aruba. It offers beautiful warm water and white sandy beaches, some of the most popular reefs and scuba diving sites in the world, prehistoric landmarks, and you can’t forget those famous divi-divi trees; perfect for the family photo!
While Barbados has beautiful and all public beaches, it is the culture and cuisine that bring tourists here year after year. Offering visitors various food and rum festivals throughout the year and award-winning chefs at local restaurants, it is a food lovers paradise.
This 24-mile-long island is the destination to visit for any adventure and nature lover. Bonaire is home to unique wildlife such as lizards, donkeys, over 200 species of birds, and 86 snorkeling and diving sites. It also is the perfect place to enjoy glass-bottom kayaking because of its extremely clear waters and beautiful marine life.
Curacao offers a drier climate with the natural beauty around the island's coral reefs and harbor. It is a port town lined with unique colonial buildings painted in yellow, orange, and blue shades. It has a mix of 55 different nationalities, giving a multicultural aspect to the island’s cuisine, activities, everyday life, and more!
Did you know that Grenada grows 20% of the world's nutmeg! However, there's more to this country than just nutmeg. It is also home to one of the prettiest ports in the region, Pastel-colored houses, and a lagoon formed by a volcano crater.
6. St Vincent and the Grenadines
More than 30 islands make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines and provide visitors with quiet seclusion, perfect beaches, and crystal-clear water. An ideal destination for those looking for outdoor adventures as well as tranquility.
7. Trinidad and Tobago
If you are looking for a more laid-back experience, then these are the islands for you. Go back in time to the lifestyle the Caribbean was once known for and spend your day barefoot at the beach bars, drinking and laughing with the locals. Then spend your night in a small beach house, relaxing and falling asleep to the waves crashing into the shore.
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