I've been to a couple of islands and I can't tell you which is the best one to visit. It depends on what you like to do and what you would like to experience. I've seen some beautiful islands with mountains, waterfalls, the crystal clear water, the friendly people, and so much more. It would be easier to know what are you looking for. Whether it's a place to relax, a place to party or something in between. If you can't decide and would like to visit a couple of them, why not go on a cruise ship and experience more than one island.
I live in Trinidad and Tobago, but I've visited St. Lucia and Barbados. Every island in the Caribbean has its merits, but I'll pick Barbados, since it is very tourist-oriented and not so quiet that it gets utterly boring.
Aruba has my vote. It has great beaches, shopping and dining. People are friendly. It's easy to get around. Palm Beach especially is a great place to visit.
by scauthor19694 years ago
What is your favorite Caribbean island to visit?
by Willina5 years ago
Are you travelling to the Caribbean island of St.Lucia next month?What adventure activities would you like to immerse yourself in?
by Nordy7 years ago
What is the best Caribbean island to get married on?
by sethpowers5 years ago
Where is the best place to live in the Caribbean?For a young american with limited income, willing to work anywhere, what Caribbean island will give me the best standard of living and will be the easiest to acclimate to?
by nmdonders4 years ago
Nicest climates (I know this probably depends on the time of year), tourist attractions, hotels, local scenery, etc.
by CONSCIOUSNINJA6 years ago
Im thinking of setting up packages for tourists who wish to visit Dominica...its a gorgeous island with only about 60,000 residents, but the scenery is absolutely breathtaking!!!!I want to offer:- accommodation packages...
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