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Best Western Caribbean Islands to Visit

07 Nov

Best Western Caribbean Islands to Visit 

Discover the top Western Caribbean Islands for your next getaway! Choosing the best islands in the Western Caribbean isn't a walk in the park—there's just too much awesomeness to go around. From jaw-dropping snorkeling spots to bustling local markets and tantalizing cuisine, we've narrowed it down to the top three destinations you don't want to miss. Dive in below, and let's set sail on a Caribbean adventure like no other! 

Discover Belize 

If you are looking for an exotic vacation, arrive at the beautiful Belize. This island is considered the southernmost destination in the Western Caribbean. Mainland Belize is a part of Central America. In addition to the Mainland, Belize has a couple of islands off the coast where travelers can squeeze in a tropical beach day. 

But there are not only beaches in Belize. Find yourself deep in the jungle that was once the heart of the Mayan empire. The remains are roughly 3,500 years old, and you can find multiple temples and mounds holding secrets. 

Visit Grand Cayman 

Did you know that Grand Cayman has three islands to visit? Grand Cayman is the most weel known because of the easy access to the Island. Grand Cayman is your go-to for iconic beaches like Seven Mile and unique attractions such as Stingray City, perfect for water sports and sunset strolls.  

Cayman Brac and Little Cayman provide secluded escapes filled with limestone caves and stunning coral cliffs like the Bloody Bay Wall. From adrenaline-pumping adventures to chill beach vibes, the Cayman Islands have it all, including a culinary scene that's a delightful blend of Caribbean and international flavors. 

Welcome to Costa Maya 

Costa Maya is located off the coast of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. In the last decade or so, it was very underdeveloped. Now, it has become a popular eco-friendly destination for those travelers moving through the Caribbean Sea. 

In Costa Maya, nature is the name of the game. There are shops you can explore, paddle boards and kayaks to rent, and fresh Mexican food for lunch. Keep your eyes open, as there is plenty of adventure. 

Guests can explore both the Chacchoben ruins and Kohunlich ruins in a day. The former was the largest Mayan city in the region and is still mostly excavated and sitting deep in the jungle. 


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