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The Best Caribbean Summer Destinations for 2017

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 1, 2017
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Beauty isn’t seasonal.

So when you’re planning your summer vacation for 2017, you need to be thinking Caribbean. Because, contrary to the views of some, the Caribbean is just as wonderful a place to visit in the summer as it is the rest of the year.

You’ll find fewer crowds, often significantly better hotel rates and, yes, tropical breezes that will make your stay more than comfortable, with none of the things you love about the Caribbean — the beaches, the rum, the food, changing at all.

Yes, the Caribbean is a full-fledged summer destination, and we have you covered with some of the best islands to visit over the next few months, whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a trip with the whole family.

Barbados This is one of the Caribbean’s luxury capitals, but it’s also a place to let your hair down, making it the perfect cocktail for a proper summer getaway. Whether you’re on the island’s rum trail at distilleries like Foursquare and Mount Gay to checking out the squalls in the lovable surf town of Bathsheba, there’s something for everyone on the Caribbean’s easternmost isle. Barbados hotels to try: Colony Club, The House, The Waves, Atlantis Hotel.


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