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Spend Spring Break 2024 On One Of These Caribbean Islands

Best Caribbean islands to spend spring break
Best Caribbean islands to spend spring break [Image by Ursula from Pixabay]


After what feels like an endless winter, spring is on the way and many travelers are making plans to spend spring break in the Caribbean. While there are many islands to choose from, all offer warm sunshine, idyllic beaches, culture and more. How do you decide which island to pick from the list? Read on for five Caribbean islands, ideal for spending spring break.

Best Caribbean islands to spend spring break

– Anguilla and its white sand beaches

Spend spring break in Anguilla
Anguilla, Caribbean [Image by Juergen Striewski from Pixabay]
While Anguilla is a small Caribbean island, it is one of the most popular, with more than 30 idyllic white sand beaches to choose from. Among the activities to choose from, spring breakers can choose from are glass-bottom boat trips, scuba diving and snorkeling to experience the marine life of the island.

Meanwhile, a visit to The Valley, Anguilla’s capital, reveals many cultural offerings, including art galleries to explore and restaurants serving local and international cuisine. Moreover, the island’s gastronomy includes traditional food dishes, prepared with catch of the day local fish.

Close by, visitors can head to Anguilla’s best beach, Shoal Bay East to enjoy the island’s rich marine ecosystem. Other famous beaches are Captains, Meads and Maundays Bay. Don’t miss Prickly Pear Keys, which hosts an underwater cavern and also watch out for ancient sunken ships on the sea floor.

– Quiet waves in Aruba for spring break

Quiet beaches in Aruba
Quiet beaches in Aruba [Image by ewalenza from Pixabay]
Aruba is known primarily for its water sports and idyllic beaches, backed by waving palm trees. Meanwhile, the island is perfect for families, with a good choice of resorts with activities to suit the little ones. However, for adults, the island also offers exciting nightlife in its bars and restaurants.

During spring break, visitors are assured of sunny days and relaxing hours at the beaches and white sand bays. For those seeking adventure, the perfect spot for kitesurfing and windsurfing is Malmok Beach.

– Tee off in Bermuda

Golf course in Bermuda
Golf course in Bermuda [Image by George Thomas from Pixabay]
The beautiful island of Bermuda offers sophisticated activities, including cricket and golf on expert courses with beautiful Caribbean views. Visitors will also appreciate the luxurious accommodations on offer in the island as well as delicious gastronomy.

Moreover, the island offers a full range of water sports, including scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, sport fishing, water skiing and more. Meanwhile, nature lovers can explore the rich marine fauna, including whales, dolphins, turtles and tuna. Bird lovers can relax on the oceanfront spotting many bird species, including the Eastern Bluebird and the Bermuda Longtail.

– St. John, US Virgin Islands for history, culture and water sports

Spring break in St. John, US Virgin Islands, Caribbean
Spring break in St. John, US Virgin Islands, Caribbean [Image by whisperingwoodsgoods from Pixabay]
When visiting St. John, one of the three US Virgin Islands, for spring break, American travelers can leave their passports behind. The smallest of the group of islands, its best attraction is the stunning Virgin Islands National Park, which covers half of the territory. Here, visitors can explore nature, while spotting the migratory bird species. Moreover, marine life here includes dolphins, and a variety of sea turtles, while divers can explore the Hurricane Hole mangroves, where colorful corals, anemones and more can be found.

For those seeking beach life, Cinnamon Beach is one of the most beautiful. Here, water sports are popular including diving and windsurfing. Moreover, visitors can explore a nature trail through the jungle where ancient ruins can be found.

– Saint Lucia and the Piton Mountains

St. Lucia, Caribbean
Spring break in St. Lucia in the Caribbean [Image by falco from Pixabay]
Located south of Martinique and northwest of Barbados, St. Lucia is known for its majestic Piton Mountains. Meanwhile, due to excellent accommodations for all budgets, the island is popular with singles, couples and families alike. Here, visitors can enjoy all types of water sports or relaxation on its idyllic beaches.

Moreover, everyone can enjoy the culture of the island by attending the iconic Santa Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival which runs from April 30 to May 12 this year. Here, besides jazz, concertgoers can listen to a variety of music genres, including Afro beats, gospel, rock, reggae, zouk and pop.

During the day, explore the nature of the island, visit beautiful waterfalls, kayak on the Roseau River, and go sea trekking to explore the marine life of the island, snorkeling or scuba diving.

Where will you spend spring break this year? Let us know by dropping a comment below.




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