Things might be quiet right now and perhaps even if you aren’t lucky enough to have immediate access to a beach nearby, you can certainly start to plan for your upcoming vacation, wedding, or conference.
We’ve compiled a list of our top favorite Caribbean islands to visit this year.
St.Croix, US Virgin Islands With a strong culinary scene and some beautiful boutique hotels to visit, St Croix is in demand.
Antigua The island has an incredible lineup of luxury hotel brands ranging from the new Rosewood and Waldorf Astoria to five-star all-inclusives, such as the hot new Hammock Cove and other favorites like Curtain Bluff.
Anguilla Soak in the romantic Rendezvous Bay and dance to calypso music while taking in the local sights by chartering your own boat. A true celeb hangout, there are plenty of private villas and butler service to get your indulgence on.
Andros Considered a mysterious island in The Bahamas, Andros offers diving in the blue holes and bone fishing. There’s also the very laidback luxury boutique property -Kamalame Cay – popular with socialites and celebs.
Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands Everyone knows that BVI is the Caribbean’s leading sailing destination. Explore the local food scene and stay in a luxury villa or boutique hotel.
St Barth The island is back in a big way offering plenty of private villas and luxury hotels for the rich and famous who like to enjoy a good dance party.
St. Lucia A truly spectacular island with five-star hotels, a natural painter’s landscape of mountains and sea, and a megayacht marina, there’s plenty to see and do on both sides of the island (north and south). Additionally, a new Cabot Saint Lucia golf resort is in development.
Grenada Perhaps one of the “quieter” destinations, Grenada has quickly become a favored destination for experienced travelers, offering amazing and over-the-top resorts such as the new luxury Silversands and the well-known Spice Island Beach Resort.
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