Did you know that the Caribbean is full of beautiful islands that are virtually unheard of?
If you are a lover of Caribbean beaches and breathtaking white sands, blazing sun and turquoise waters, but don’t like the crowds… we have the perfect place for you! There are still islands in the Caribbean that are practically untouched and aren’t invaded by crowds of tourists:
Los Roques is an archipelago in Venezuela that was declared a National Park due to its environmental importance. It is part of an archipelago of 50 islands and is the only one that is populated.
This gem is located in the department of Santa Marta and holds great biological and archaeological significance. Its beaches and wild landscapes are perfect from an ecotourism perspective.
The indigenous “Guna Yala” province—popularly known as San Blas—is comprised of 365 mostly uninhabited islands of various sizes. The tropical islands have crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches with huge palm trees, where local peoples can be seen adorned in vibrant clothing.
Saint Kitts and Nevis comprises two islands that form a country in the northern Antilles. It is the smallest country on the American continent, in terms of both size and population. The fact it is hard to access makes it a unique paradise in a very special location, exclusively reserved for a very small number of people.
This small country belongs to the Lesser Antilles and is where Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed! Do you recall those scenes? Here you’ll find the Tobago Cays Marine Park—another unknown gem.
Its crystal-clear waters, wonderful coral reef, mountainous topography and white sandy beaches have turned this Honduran island into a highly desired tropical destination.