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20 Of The Caribbean's Top Tourist Attractions

  • Dunn's River Falls & Park (Ocho Rios), Jamaica

    If you are visiting Ocho Rios Jamaica, allot a few hours of your vacation to climb the amazing Dunn’s, River Falls. You can either chose to climb the waterfalls or simply relax on the beach at the foot of the falls.

  • Thunderball Grotto, Bahamas

    This top scuba diving and snorkelling location in the Caribbean has featured twice in James Bond movies (“Never say Never Again” and “Thunderball”). The complex, underwater maze which is located on Staniel Cay is encompassed by lofty cave ceilings with sunlight flickering through the tiny holes and reflecting off the water.

  • Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bermuda

    Horseshoe Bay is one of the most photographed and popular beaches in the Caribbean making it extremely, crowded especially if there is a cruise ship in town. The flush sand at Horseshoe is beautiful at any given time a year.

  • Pigeon Island National Park, St. Lucia

    Pigeon Island appeals to a vibrant mix of travellers. A great place to learn a bit of Caribbean history or even the annual St. Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival. Many visitors to the park tend to be fascinated with the trip and always recommend it as a Caribbean excursion.

  • The Pitons, St. Lucia

    Ascending loftily from the Caribbean Seabase and covered in emerald vegetation, these volcanic peaks are the most spectacular and iconic site in the Caribbean. Tucked between two towns Choiseul and Soufriere Petit Piton and its larger sibling, Gros Piton is very easy to spot from any point in south-west St. Lucia.

  • Trafalgar Falls, Dominica

    The amazing Trafalgar Falls is one of the most visited locations in the Caribbean. That is because the fall is not only jaw-dropping, but it is also very accessible for amateur adventure seekers and hikers. The upper falls empties into the hot sulphur springs, while the lower waterfalls flow calmly from the river into a natural oasis.

  • Anse Cafard Slave Memorial, Martinique

    Roosted o a hill in the South Coast of Martinique are 20 white statues calmly facing the Diamond Beach and the Caribbean sea. The statues commemorate a catastrophe from 1830 when a slave ship failed to anchor in Anse and hurdled into the Dimond Rock Mountain of Martinique, killing some passengers, sailors and slaves who were aboard the cargo. The statues effigies ate this historical scene and tourists love to stop take photos of the site.

  • Blue Lagoon (Port Antonio), Jamaica

    Many tourists visit this area for it beautiful water and surrounding gardens. The lovely glistening, turquoise water is encompassed by a lush green tropical garden and locals and tourists love visiting the area with the whole family.

  • The Dolphin Experience, Bahamas

    If you are looking for a location in the Caribbean to take your animal loving kids, make the toThe Dolphin Experience in The Bahamas, where the get to interact with some friendly dolphins and other amazing animals. The Dolphin Experience has one of the largest diving programs in the Caribbean.

  • Blue Mountains National Park, Jamaica

    Along the eastern edge of Jamaica, lies the lofty Blue Mountain Peak, the prime source of the Caribbean’s finest, Blue Mountain Coffee and a picturesque pièce de résistance for tree huggers. Blue Mountain is one of the top hiking locations in the Caribbean.

  • Marine Habitat at Atlantis, Bahamas

    How many other places in the Caribbean can you find, countless caves, 14 Lagoons, and over 50,000 marine animals? Probably not a lot. Look no further, the Marine Habitat at Atlantis Bahamas may be your big chance to cross “visit giant marine life habitat” off your bucket list.

  • Bob Marley Centre and Mausoleum, Jamaica

    Take a break from swimming and tanning to pay homage the great musical legend. Located in the small village of Nine Mile, Ocho Rios is the birth home and burial place of the reggae legend. One of the greatest history location site in the Caribbean.

  • Sulfur Springs Park, St. Lucia

    Sulphur Springs Park is the only drive-in volcano in the Caribbean, allowing visitors to drive right by an active volcano safely. The towering mountain located in the west discharges sulphuric steam so remember to cover your knows from the smell of rotten eggs. The location also has mineral baths and sulphuric pools.

  • Boiling Lake, Dominica

    The name sounds amazing, and the lake spectacularly lives up to it. The Lake is a whole in the volcano that emits hot gases and steam, and its is filled with bubbling hot water that rises into clouds of vapour. The site is an amazing Caribbean destination.

  • Bioluminescent Mosquito Bay, Puerto Rico

    This location may not sound like much, but it is an attractive location for people visiting the Caribbean. During the day this beach is just a drab old beach, but during the night the water and sky release a blue glow from the half-animal half-plant microorganism that lives there. Travellers to this location are always thrilled by how the amount of visibility the little creatures provide.

  • El Morro (Fuerte San Felipe del Morro), Puerto Rico

    El Morro projects out of San Juan harbour beckoning motioning to cruise ships just as it is used to defend sea attacks. The structure is a monstrous six-story citadel that was built between the period of 1539 and 1589, withholding the two world wars and several sea scrimmages. Now the fort is a go-to Caribbean location mainly for its extensive history.

  • Fort George, Trinidad

    This historic structure in Trinidad provides tourists with a taste of the island’s and the Caribbean’s colonial heritage. The structure was built in the 1800s by a British Governor General to protect the island’s capital from military threats. However, it never saw conflict. Today the location is a favourite spot for tourists and historians.

  • El Yunque National Rainforest, Puerto Rico

    Sometimes referred to as the National Forest of the Caribbean, El Yunque National Rainforest is a lush expansive tropical forest in the US National Forest System. It is also a favourite for vacationers to the Caribbean who loves hiking, and if nature isn’t tour thing, visitors recommend you to visit the location in the east of San Juan.

  • Fort King George, Tobago

    Much like the Fort George in Trinidad, this fort is roosted on a mountain mixes staggering city views with a taste of Tobago’s colonial history. The fort was built after the french captured the island in the late 16th century, this citadel was controlled by french until 1793 when it was captured by the British.

  • Harrison’s Cave, Barbados

    One of the most popular attractions in the Caribbean is Harrison’s Cave. This limestone cavern has a number of streams, and also stalagmites, stalactites and other types of deposits. The cave is situated in the heart of Barbados about 7kms from Hometown and Bathsheba beach.

Most people when they hear about Caribbean Vacation think of beaches and all-inclusive resorts, but the Caribbean is filled with hidden gems, historical sites and off the beaten track locations, here is a mixture of scenic locations and historical sites that are popularly visited in the Caribbean.