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  • Tammy O'Hara

Three Underrated Caribbean Destinations


Travel advisors are used to making a home anywhere. We often hop from resort to resort or different towns all in the quest to give you our personal opinions on why different destinations, hotels, or resorts may (or may not) be perfect for you.


Speaking for myself, I don’t only want to know about how many restaurants are around but I like to get to know the destination. I want to know the language, I want to know the hidden spots to get the best local cuisine, I want to walk the landscapes, eat the food, learn the transportation systems. I really want to know the location.

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I want to give you a little insight about the little known, under the radar Caribbean destinations just waiting to be explored. Check them out.


Nevis:

The sister island of more known St. Kitts, Nevis is a small island located southeast of Puerto Rico. Nevis is a great spot for travelers looking for an authentic island experience. There are no fast food restaurants and it is not an overly tourist area.


Nevis is a great spot for history buffs because it is the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton and also known for having one of the few Jewish settlements in the Caribbean. 

Although Nevis is a small island, it still has all the amenities you need for accommodations from five star hotels to more modest hotels.


Dominica:

Are you looking for an adventure? Dominica is a mountainous island in the Caribbean waiting for you to dive, hike, and be one with nature. Nicknamed the Natural Isle of the Caribbean, Dominica more than lives up to its name with many adventures for those wishing to explore an unspoiled habitat. 

When visiting Dominica we recommend going for a hike at the Morne Trois Pitons National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will have access to the Emerald Pool and Waterfalls, the Middleham Falls, the jungle, and a lake. After a day of physical activity relax with a mud bath.


Guadeloupe:

I have spoken about Guadeloupe before as one of my top five romantic island getaways. The Guadeloupe Islands has a French Caribbean atmosphere. It is a French territory conveniently located in the Caribbean, you will be diving into a island comfortably fused with classic French sensibilities with Caribbean attitude located less than 5 hours during peak season from JFK. 


Besides being a great romantic getaway this is also a great choice for adventure seekers with lots of unspoiled jungle to explore, for foodies just imagine a creole of French, African, and Caribbean cuisine (so yummy), and for those that just want to get away from it all there are islands just waiting to be your sole domain for the day.


Are you looking for a perfect vacation that has all the thrill of a popular tourist destination, but that feels like a secret hideaway just for you?


If that’s what you’re craving, I can help you get there! Together we can discover a place that you’ll want to return to again and again. Just click here to get in touch with me today.


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