Less than 90 miles off the coast of Key West, the largest island in the Caribbean is still one Caribbean destination that far too few travelers have yet to explore. Cuba is a one-of-a-kind destination not to overlook.
The colorful southern Caribbean island of Curaçao is more than just trending; it’s a bonafide new Caribbean hotspot. A crop of new and recently-refurbished hotels and resorts await first-time visitors and returnees to this Caribbean destination. Curaçao has so much to love.
No, Dominica isn’t the Dominican Republic! Known as the “Nature Island of the Caribbean,” the tiny eastern Caribbean island nation of Dominica is perhaps one of the few Caribbean destinations left for those looking to enjoy the Caribbean as it once was decades ago.
You may not picture a Caribbean paradise when you think of the Central American nation of Nicaragua. But this is the thing that has kept Nicaragua’s Corn Islands so authentic, local, and untouched amidst the overdevelopment of more well-known Caribbean islands.