5 Caribbean Sunsets That Will Set Your Island Soulshine Ablaze

Caribbean sunset photos are no stranger to this website. There’s just something about them that touches the sensitive side of me. Erin would argue that that part doesn’t even exist in me, but it does, it just picks certain times to reveal itself.

As I was picking out the sunset photos to include in this post a fitting song started playing on No Shoes Radio, Soulshine by Gov’t Mule. How perfect I thought, the last rays of the sun that set the sky ablaze should be called “Soulshine”. They inspire, cause people to stop and take notice, and even dig out the sensitive side of the hardest of souls.

Here are 5 Soulshine photos that will stir your island heart.

A Bonaire Sunset



A Negril Jamaica Sunset

Negril Jamaica Sunset

Caribbean Sunset, Negril Jamaica - By dsykes100 via Flickr


A St. Kitts Sunset

St. Kitts Sunset

Caribbean Sunsets, St. Kitts - by size4figgerboots via Flickr


A St. John Sunset

St. John Sunset

Caribbean Sunset, St. John USVI - by nvphotouk via Flickr


A St. Martin Sunset

St. Martin Sunset

Caribbean Sunset, St. Martin - by JDsPhotography

I hope you guys like the photos and they give you a little joy and inspiration on this Caribbean Photo Friday.

(Top photo from Castaway Matt Jackson)

Have a great weekend and may a little Soulshine come your way!

Cheers to “THE LIFE“,

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Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty.


  1. Angie August 5, 2011 at 11:05 am

    Oh Negril is my favorite! Always has stunning sunsets, takes my breath away.

  2. Brad Beach August 6, 2011 at 12:20 am

    Awesome shots bro! A St. Kitts Sunset is my favorite.

  3. Fabian Christopher August 8, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    that negril sunset is great!

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    RumShopRyan August 8, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    Agree Fabian! The sky and water are on fire in the Negril photo. Would have been something to of been there for that one.


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