The Best Places In Caribbean For The First Time Visitor

The Caribbean is a jubilant assortment of islands signalling paradise-hunters, a blast of colour, fringed by beaches and waterlogged in rum. The must visit places in Caribbean are energetic and has a strong excess of people and places spread over 7000 islands in the blue waters of Atlantic Ocean.

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But, for all they share, there’s also much that makes them different. There are many places in Caribbean, but the islands are famous for the “3 S’s” Sun, Sea and Sand. While the indigenous heritage has all but disappeared, the oldest colonial cities of the Americas can be found in the Caribbean.

Rum is of course the spirit of choice in most of the places in Caribbean and some of the most well-known and internationally acclaimed distilleries are found in this region.


Known warmly as “the land of wood and water,” Jamaica’s forests feature major mountaineering and bird spectating. History enthusiasts can visit the inheritance sites of Trelawney, while reggae and dancehall followers will love the reliable music clubs of Kingston. Montego Bay is perfect for diving and shopping, while the baths of Ocho Rios can create any worries melt away.


Romance and adventure are in the midair on this luxurious West Indian island in the Caribbean, dependent on your shore. To the west, you’ll find cool waters and good bathing. To the east, there are enormous, competition-caliber surfs. Somewhere you stopover, assume turquoise waters, fine lenient sand coasts, catamaran voyages and pleasant island fare.

St. Lucia

When was the last time you went out for an unexpected drive and give up inside a volcano? A strange situation comes to life at La Soufriere, one of the most famous lures in St. Lucia. Pack your skin with the healing mud of Sulfur Springs for a DIY spa treatment.

Continue your eruptive adventures with a guided hike of the two volcanic plugs known as the Pitons and ascend more fortune to take in the sweeping views. For a cherished seashore experience, hit the reserved black sands of Anse Mamin.


The coarsely situated 700 islands that make up the Bahamas attract millions of guests to their white-washed seashores, tax-free shops, fly-fishing and scuba summersaulting trips and deluxe lodgings each year.

People that gather here incline to treat in the alterations of Atlantis Bahamas and other super resorts, but this varied island chain also offers a variety of events away from the hotel sector.


Cuba is like a prince in a poor man’s coat: behind the sometimes shabby facades, gold dust lingers. Cuba is culture, nature, history, magic and traditions.

The Pearl of the Antilles is the outcome of the mixture of various cultures, union of competitions and tolls that gave birth to one of the most exceptional and captivating Caribbean terminuses.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of the Caribbean’s most geographically varied nation, with striking mountain peak sceneries, desert bushes, reminiscent imposing architecture and beaches abundant.

Hundreds of kilometers of shoreline describe the Dominican Republic– some of it white-sand shores dappled by rows of palm bushes, other portions lined melodramatically with stony crags, wind-swept banks or tranquil mangrove coves. Whether it’s fishing towns with yachts tied along the coasts, or lenient traveler parks with aquamarine waters, the sea is the mutual denominator.

So these are six best places in Caribbean to visit but if you can’t visit to all places that I mentioned above then I personally recommend you to go Jamaica and Bahamas. I really love to enjoy my vacation there because they are just as like heaven. Please share your opinion and experience with us in comment.

Sai Karthik Reddy Mekala

After completing his M.B.A in 2012, Sai the wizard beyond the blog, The Solo Nomad was never interested to find a day job at the desk but instead set out to explore the world. 5 years later Sai has become one of the top travel bloggers in India and inspired many Indians to get away from desk jobs and become a digital nomad.

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