10 Caribbean Islands You Didn’t Know Exist
The Caribbean have a few hidden treasures that are very beautiful and full of life. There are a few you may not know exist.
Saba is the sister island of St.Marteen. It is known as the “Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean” because of it’s limited hotel franchises. If you want a private and quiet getaway, Saba is the place to be!
No not the Dominican Republic(DR). Dominica is an island of it’s own. It’s known for it’s hot springs and rain forests. The beautiful island is full of nature and is great for anyone that loves to the be immersed in nature.
3. Saint Eustatius(Statia)
Statia is a small dutch Caribbean island located in the lesser Antilles and is a neighbor of St.Kitts. The island is for the adventurers who love to hike and the culture buffs who want to see historical sites of the seventeenth century.
Martinique is known for it’s black sand beaches and it’s rich history of french colonialism. Full of historical sites, this island is for the culture buffs who want to learn more about the french in the Caribbean!
Full of vibrant colors and life, Curacao is one of the most beautiful hidden island located in the southern Caribbean sea. It is full of history and has great European architecture. It’s like a piece of Europe in the Caribbean. The island is a great place to explore!
Located east of St. Marteen, Anguilla is the place to be for water activities! It is also known for it’s beautiful sea waters and it’s white sand beaches. For the more adventurous travelers, you will love Anguilla!
Nevis is just a boat ride away from St.Kitts-it’s sister island. Nevis is known for it’s resorts and wonderful sea turtles. The island is small so you can explore the island in a few hours!
8. Scrub Island
Located in the BVI, scrub island is the home of Scrub island resort and spa. The private island is known for it’s wonderful views and resort life. If you want to feel like a celebrity on a private island, this is the place for you!
Tortola, the BVI’s largest island is known for it’s powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and sheltered, yacht-filled harbors.
Known for it’s active volcanoes, Montserrat is for the curious travelers who want to be to enlightened by nature.