What is the first thing that comes to mind when you picture islands in the Caribbean?
You might be surprised to learn that you can find so much more than the crystal clear water and white sand beaches, you’ve seen on a postcard.
Nestled just south of the main island of Cuba with white and black sand beaches that are unmissable.
Isla de la Juventud
Home to Mosquito Bay, one of the world’s most famous destinations for experiencing bioluminescence.
Has all the charm and beauty of other French Caribbean colonies like St. Barths and St. Martin.
This tny island off the northern coast of Cuba for its incredible natural beauty, shallow coral reefs, and crystal clear waters.
Yet another under-the-radar island off the coast of mainland Cuba, home to several untouched, wild beaches that make this unique Caribbean destination a true off-the-grid escape.
Think all things natural beauty: mountains, warm, lush jungles, waterfall, and even volcanic hot springs to bathe in.
Excellent destination for beginner divers and snorkelers, you’ll also find nearly a dozen shipwreck dive sites scattered around the island.
Known as the “Isle of the Reefs,” Carriacou is home to countless dive spots around the island.
Quickly becoming a favorite off-the-beaten-path Caribbean destination. Long a favorite destination for surfers and budget backpackers looking to disconnect.
The Corn Islands
Everything from luxurious eco-lodges to party hostels, all kinds of travelers can visit these shallow, turquoise waters, perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
The Rosario Islands
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