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Five Of The Best Caribbean Spots For Your Family Vacation

Five Of The Best Caribbean Spots For Your Family Vacation


CARIBBEAN Five Of The Best Caribbean Spots For Your Family Vacation

Five of the Best Caribbean Spots for Your Family Vacation

Many people dream of visiting the Caribbean and with good reason. Below are five of some of the best destinations to consider for an incredibly relaxing and invigorating Caribbean vacation. 


Come to Jamaica, the popular ads have beckoned. Negril has always been considered a top choice by travelers of all types. Visitors will be inspired to dispense with their digital devices  in order to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. The numerous accommodation options, from large hotels to quaint inns make it great for any vacationer’s budget. Also in Jamaica is port of call Ocho Rios, which many cruise lines visit. The luxurious spas and resorts are a welcome sight for anyone seeking to release life’s stresses. After a day on the beach, visitors may enjoy the nightlife featuring a variety of music and other entertainments, unique to this one-of-a-kind Caribbean spot.

St. Thomas

One of the biggest draws to the Caribbean is St. Thomas. Known for its stunning, pristine beaches, it has been deemed a modern paradise by many visitors. Top places to visit in the area include taking in the sites of Fort Christian, a magnificent 17th century Dutch structure, going swimming or snorkeling in Magens Bay or enjoying a ferry ride to St. John. For those who would prefer to relax, lying poolside at the St Thomas Ritz with a refreshing beverage is a favored option.Charlotte Amelie, the largest city in the region is filled with excitement and adventure, as well as calm. For instance, adventure seekers enjoy underwater safaris and eco-tours to historic sights like the green Legislature Building and Lutheran Church with its 99 step stairway. Charlotte Amalie also includes a shopping center that regularly hosts around 20,000 people with many upscale shops, restaurants, and night clubs.


Aruba is rich in island culture and history. The idyllic Eagle Beach with its white sands and aquamarine waters is often frequented by water sports fans. The west side Palm Beach region offers fine, powdery sands along with flawless swimming conditions. There is also plenty of good diving and snorkeling there with opportunities to view the torpedoed tanker, Pedernale. Because it is only 20 miles long, Aruba is easy to explore by bike, foot, or moped.

St. Lucia

People flock to St. Lucia to visit Castries and its many stores and markets. The plentiful handicrafts and fragrant fruits and vegetables are appreciated by all. Sightseers may admire the many hand painted murals inside of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Derek Walcott Square, named for the Nobel prize winning poet is a great place to stop and relax, as is taking in the Morne Fortune’s panoramic views.


Bermuda has always been popular for its blend of American, British, and Caribbean culture. Though the island is small, there are infinite activities such as golf, scooter riding, shopping, dining, going to museums, historical sites, gardens, and even aquariums and perfumeries. The lovely scenery is highlighted by the sultry sandy beaches and turquoise blue waters.

The Caribbean is a playground for every one of its visitors. There is much to offer in the region, and numerous vacations could be planned over the years with no worry of running out of things to do.

Saam Banai is a freelance writer and editor and lover of tropical climates. The St Thomas Ritz features such stunning weather and accommodations, which will serve to enchant you for years to come. Experience never ending bliss of the ultimate infinity pool at their breathtaking island resort, a true Caribbean island sanctuary.

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