The sophisticated island in the Dutch Caribbean ranks high in family vacations. It is diving-oriented, so consider bringing kids who want to master the sport right from the unspoiled waters. In addition, a children's carnival in February, donkey sanctuary, pink flamingos, milkshakes, and horseback riding will keep them busy and attentive!
It comprises of two islands divided by a narrow path crossed by bridges. Fun days in Guadalupe entail volcano climbing, swimming in the hot springs, and visiting historic sites and parks. One of the best things to see is the Zoo de Guadalupe. A small but charming zoo offers educational experience on Caribbean and Guyanese creatures. Observe ocelots, jaguars, raccoons, spider monkeys, parrots, and iguanas.
The Spice Island is a major producer of Mace crops and Nutmeg. Experience first-hand exuberant fruits, vegetables, chocolates, and various spices. Add waterfalls, beaches, and forts to create engaging family holidays in the Caribbean. If you want to taste cocoa tea and chocolate, visit True Blue Bay. Tour the preparation process of cocoa at Belmont Estate in a 16th-century sugar mill. Women will be mixing up the cocoa beans with their feet.
These British territories that comprise of about 40 islets are frequented by celebrities. Luxury hotels and bars offer world-class hospitality, family-style accommodations, and legendary diving. Savour famous Caribbean dishes offered in Turks' restaurants. The vast majority of the eateries on the isles offer a blend of local favourites, such as Jamaican-style jerk chicken, fruits, peas, and soursop. Moreover, there are natural discoveries to make here, like flamingos, whales, caves, and a Conch Farm.
Lesser-known but sophisticated, these twin islands located on the southern Caribbean are breathtaking. They welcome vacationers who desire a combination of history, picturesque landscapes, a touch of adventure, and beach relaxation. Saint Kitts is more outgoing with a broader assortment of bars and restaurants, while Nevis is lush, if not a bit reserved.