Looking for a unique Caribbean destination that is not overdeveloped, and crowded during the peak tourist season? There are a few islands that have maintained much of their original natural beauty, charm, and offer an out of the ordinary experience.
1) Curacao: It has a unique European charm with an exotic, tropical backdrop. The capital city Willemstad is one of the busiest ports in the Caribbean and recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. A walking tour of Willemstad will convince you this is one of the prettiest cities in the Caribbean. If you are looking for beautiful places to stay in the Caribbean visit https://kotchmagazine.com/vacation-destinations.
Unlike other islands, Curacao offers consistent accommodation pricing throughout the year – even at the traditional peak Caribbean tourist seasons. Curacao is outside the hurricane belt and often described as one of the Caribbean's best-kept secrets.
2) The tiny island of Dominica: It can best be described by one word – Green! This is the premier destination for eco-tourists. Whether you're into exotic birds, plants, dolphin/whale watching, diving, or snorkeling, Dominica is the true nature island of the Caribbean. Surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, the island has 365 rivers on land – one for every day of the year.
3) St Vincent & The Grenadines: It provides visitors with travel to one destination, and the opportunity to experience over 30 pristine islands.
Upon my first visit to The Grenadines, I experienced the ultimate pristine paradise. The waters are truly crystal clear, with hundreds of colorful tropical fish in easy view just a few feet from shore. On some islands, your footprints will be the only ones found in the sand.
St Vincent is the largest island in the chain and the location of the capital city of Kingstown. This is a rather lively place with a colonial backdrop amid cobblestone streets. St Vincent is the ideal spot to set sail to the Grenadines.