Top 10 Island Destinations In The Caribbean

Brightsun Travel has cheap flights to Caribbean, as well as exclusive hotel deals and holiday packages so you can make the most of all that this iconic destination has to offer. Here is an overview of ten of the Caribbean islands to help you navigate through the options this holiday.

1. Antigua

Tourists flock to Antigua for its incredible beaches, rocky coastlines and uninhabited islands, offering remote bays, historical harbours and vibrant cruise ports to explore. In Antigua you’ll find some of the Caribbean’s most luxurious resorts, as well as the incredible Half Moon Bay National Park.

2. Bahamas

The Bahamas is known for its glitzy resorts, set on the well known and appropriately named Paradise Island. Away from Paradise Island you can hop around 700 or more islands, from the remote Outer Islands, to Harbour Island, with incredible long pink sandy beaches and oceans teeming with life.

3. Barbados

In Barbados you will find all the beach front delights you would expect from a Caribbean island – beaches, resorts, caves, snorkelling and diving spots –alongside 17th century plantation houses, beautiful colonial buildings and a UNESCO World Heritage city.

4. Barbuda

Barbuda, Antigua’s sister island, reveals a lesser developed side to the Caribbean, with breathtaking pink sandy beaches and protected marine areas, like the Blue Halo Initiative, encouraging an abundance of marine life for the perfect water sports adventure.

5. Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is beachfront resorts, woodlands lined with exotic orchids and incredible dive sites. The three islands of the Cayman Islands are diverse, offering beachfront resorts in Grand Cayman, underwater delights in Cayman Brac and rare wildlife in Little Cayman.

6. Cuba

Take in the sights, sounds and smells of Cuba in its capital, Havana, or take an excursion into its mountains and hills to explore the former home of the country’s revolutionary leader, Fidel Castro. In Cuba, you will also find some of the best beaches in the Caribbean.

7. Grenada

For a slightly lesser developed side of the Caribbean, you could head to Grenada, where you can hike through some of the most biologically rich remaining wild forests of the Caribbean. Here you can swim through marine protected oceans and visit spice plantations dating back hundreds of years.

8. Jamaica

Travel to Jamaica, and immerse yourself in reggae culture in its Kingston hub, before heading out to its breathtaking Blue Mountains and incredible diving sites scattered across the island. In Jamaica you can stay at glamorous beachside resorts and old colonial hotels once frequented by Hollywood royalty.

9. Saint Lucia

In Saint Lucia nature is all around you; you can spot majestic sea horses in its oceans and see endangered parrots taking sanctuary in its mesmerising rainforests. Here you can experience some of the best scenery in the Caribbean including the Pitons Mountains, right from your sun lounger.

10. Trinidad & Tobago


Tobago is the smaller of the two Caribbean islands that form the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. Tobago has historical fort towns to explore, plus incredible white sandy beaches and an array of natural beauty in its waters, mountains and tropical forests.


Trinidad has something for everyone, with four different oceans at its edges, a lively capital, plus landscapes and coastlines that offer some of the best wildlife adventures in the Caribbean. Go in July and you could party all night in the island’s yearly carnival.

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