Top Three Romantic Islands in the Caribbean
Wondering how to get away from it all and escape to a palm-fringed island?
We’ve got you! Whether you’re up for days spent lying by the beach, an adventurous respite in nature, or a combination of the two, here are our favorite romantic islands in the Caribbean that might just have you wishing you didn’t book a flight back home!
Our favorite romantic islands in the Caribbean:
Have you ever heard of Nevis? It’s one of the few islands in the Caribbean that remains unspoiled by mass tourism. A quick getaway to this picture-perfect island feels like hopping into paradise!
With a mountain towering over the island, lush surroundings, and white-sand beaches that remain relatively empty, the pace of life in Nevis is a must if you’re looking to get away from all your adulting responsibilities and forget there’s a world out there!
Getting to Nevis is a breeze, with direct flights available from major cities in the United States and Canada. You must first fly into St. Kitts and from there, a superb boat ride will take you straight to the island.
Read more about Nevis over on this post.
Aruba is one of the Caribbean’s most quintessential islands and for a good reason! With turquoise waters, paradise-like resorts, and pink flamingos gracing the beach, it’s not wondering Aruba is one of our favorite Caribbean destinations for a romantic getaway or a girls’ trip alike!
Ready to book? Here’s a humongous guide we put together with everything you need to know to plan the perfect trip to Aruba!
Another unforgettable destination in the Caribbean is Curacao! This Dutch island is the epitome of paradise. Boasting perfect white-sand beaches, numerous hiking trails, and a myriad of adventures found under its waves, Curacao is definitely one of the most romantic islands in the Caribbean for those who love to relax but are always up for adventurous stints in nature!
The best part? If you’re struggling to choose between Aruba and Curacao – you don’t have to! They’re so close that flying from one island to the other is pretty inexpensive, so you can combine both in one single trip!