Let’s begin right away: Here are the top travel destinations for Caribbean Islands:
Havana, Cuba: here is what Lovely planet has to say about this beautiful place:
Habaneros (inhabitants of Habana) love their city and it’s not difficult to see why. Amid the warm crystalline waters of the sparkling Caribbean, over 500 years of roller-coaster history have conspired to create one of Latin America’s most electric and culturally unique societies. The stomping ground for swashbuckling pirates, a heavily fortified slave port for the Spanish and a lucrative gambling capital for the North American Mafia, Habana has survived everything that has been thrown at it and still found time to innovate. At the forefront of modern Latino culture, Habana has spawned salsa and mambo, Havana Club rum and Cohiba cigars, mural painting and Che Guevara iconography… And the list goes on. Read more at Lonely Planet
Cayman Islands: This is another beautiful place worthy of your travel list. Turks and Caicos have good beaches – about 10-12 miles of soft white sand and clear water, especially on Grace Bay. This place is also known for good dining options. Turks is far less crowded than the Cayman Islands. However, there are no fast food options either, so you may miss that part. On the other hand, there is less crowd on most areas of Seven Mile Beach. Not many cruise ship passengers here. There are only two areas where cruisers are dropped off while the rest of Seven Mile Beach is uncrowded. If you go off season you almost think you are the only one on the beach, so plan your travel accordingly.
El Yunque, Puerto Rico: Another destination worth your precious time.Spread your wings and take a leisurely sail to a deserted island from San Juan. Take a trip to San Juan Snorkel and Picnic Cruise. Cruising aboard the new Barefoot III or sistership Stampede, this trip promises to be the highlight of your San Juan vacation! On teh other hand you can also experience the beautiful El Yunque Rainforest here. The stunning beauty of these rainforests has no parallel across the globe.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Wander along the 500-year-old cobblestone streets of the Zona Colonial
Les Salines, Martinique: Stake out a slice of paradise at this gorgeous beach
Champagne Reef, Dominica: Feel tiny bubbles breaking against your skin as you snorkel in this effervescent wonder
Tobago, Trinidad & Tobago: Plunge into crystalline coastlines or explore rivers and waterfalls in lush rainforest