It’s the day after Christmas, time to exhale and loosen up those belts. I hope all you Castaways had a fantastic Christmas and are looking forward to a wonderful 2015.
Here are a few stories that will have you day dreaming about 2015 travel destinations. I thought we’d go with a list type theme this week; 5 Ways to Do This, 6 Things To See Here…you get the picture. We will take a look at Bonaire, St. Thomas, Grenada, St. Barths and Cuba. Enjoy the ride. Cheers!
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
9 Ways to Enjoy Bonaire By Land: With a whopping 89 dive sites, 350 species of fish, and 57 types of coral, Bonaire is a bonafide diver’s paradise. But you don’t have to go deep to appreciate it. Here are 9 ways to enjoy the Dutch Caribbean island, no regulator required. –Story by Caribbean Journal
Trek Tips: 8 Things to Know Before Traveling to St. Thomas: St. Thomas is part of the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI), and is a convenient getaway from the East Coast. While visiting St. Thomas, travelers enjoy beautiful beaches, duty-free shopping, historic sites and an eclectic assortment of restaurants. Here are a few tips for planning a trip to St. Thomas. –Story by Caribbean Soul Trekkers
5 Reasons To Travel To Grenada: This gorgeous Caribbean island bobs quietly in the sea, just a few kilometers from Venezuela and Trinidad & Tobago. There are so many things to see and do in Grenada, but here are the top 5 reasons you should pack your bags. –Story by Travel Pulse
5 Things a Traveler to St. Barths Should Know: How much do you know about this Caribbean island? –Story by Magazine.luxuryretreats.com
10 Parts Of Cuba We Cannot WAIT To See: While we’re not likely to see any U.S. cruise ships hitting Cuba soon — tourist travel remains off-limits, though you can visit on a licensed trip — we can’t help but imagine that we’ll be visiting Cuba with a whole new level of accessibility in the coming years. Herewith, 10 places we’re etching into our Cuban bucket list. -Story by the Huffington Post
If you would like to include any Caribbean stories please leave a comment below or email me your story. Thank you!