When it comes to the Caribbean, there is no shortage of possible destinations. And while some will travel by plane and spend a week on one island, most people who vacation in the Caribbean do so by cruising. Unfortunately, some of the nicest beaches and coolest islands are not available to cruisers, as the islands do not dock them. So for those who want to experience something different, here are 5 Caribbean Islands where cruise ships don’t go.
Anguilla – A small island in the Eastern Caribbean, this British Territory has some of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean. And unlike some of the larger islands which are overrun with tourists, you can actually relax and enjoy your time there. There are also a series of small offshore islands, which provide unique opportunities to really enjoy your solitude.
Virgin Gorda – Possibly the most memorable experience you can have in the British Virgin Islands is walking the baths of Virgin Gorda. A series of granite boulders and coves, the baths are unlike anything you would expect in the British Virgin Islands. There are no volcanoes, no layers of green, just the incredible baths and the surrounding beaches, which are world class.
Corn Islands – These islands off the coast of Nicaragua are intentionally from another time. On the small island, there is limited electricity which is only available at certain times of the day. On the big island, you can bike anywhere in less than a half an hour. These …