Ursula Petula Barzey
Anguilla, Bonaire, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saba, St Barthelemy, St Eustatius, St Kitts & Nevis, St Vincent & The Grenadines, Things To Do, Top 107
We recently published the top 10 most visited Caribbean islands based on data from the Caribbean Tourism Organization. On the list were primarily larger Caribbean islands that over the last three decades invested heavily in their tourism infrastructure with increased aviation capacity, new resorts, tour offerings, etc. and now are reaping the benefits. They account for 76% of the stay-over visitors to the region. So what about the other islands? Well, below we count down the ten least visited Caribbean islands. They represent just 3% of the stay-over visitors to the region, but some would say these beautiful and mostly pristine Caribbean islands are a fantastic opportunity for tourists to the region to have a more authentic experience — to discover the Caribbean the way it used to be. So check out these least visited Caribbean islands and consider one or more for your next vacation.
Actual 2017 stay-over tourists: 146,375
Top of the list of least visited Caribbean islands is Grenada and the iconic Grand Anse Beach is one of the leading attractions in Grenada, where the gleaming blue waters of the Caribbean Sea gently lap the two-mile stretch of pristine white sand. Visitors who manage to pull themselves away from the magnificent beaches can go snorkeling in the world’s first underwater sculpture park, or hike through the tropical rainforest. Grenada is also known as ‘The Spice Isle’ due to an abundance of rich spices grown and harvested on its islands. Enjoy these spices in mouthwatering local dishes and take back some spices with you.Read More..https://www.caribbeanandco.com/10-least-visited-caribbean-islands/