The Caribbean is one of the most beautiful places in the world with scenic backdrops and charming sights every step of the way.
During your Caribbean vacation, you will surely take many gorgeous photos. And it is likely that the best of them will make it onto your social media pages. You probably were inspired to book your Caribbean vacation after seeing stunning Instagram feeds that make you wish you were there, am I right?
With that in mind, here is my list of the 7 most Instagrammable places in the Caribbean. Get your selfie stick ready!
Willemstad, Curacao Island
The colorful European architecture on this Dutch Caribbean island will blow your mind. Talk about bright, cheery, and Instagrammable scenes! A photo from a boat with the blue waters in the foreground and multi-colored buildings in the background might also end up framed in your home.
7 Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica
A walk along this exquisite stretch of pristine beach will give you many Instagrammable moments. What might you see? Beautiful people, sandy shores, horses, rustic beach bars, luxury resorts, colorful surfboards, boats, kayakers, palm trees, and more! Don’t forget your selfie or ask a local to snap your photo for you.
Trafalgar Falls in Dominica
Waterfalls often require a bit of a trek to reach, but it is totally worth the effort once you see the cascading waters falling from a great height surrounded by jungle and rainforest greenery. Trafalgar Falls in Dominica rewards your exertions with spectacular views of two waterfalls and a soak in the blue waters to cool off.
Flamingo Beach, Aruba
Who doesn’t love flamingos? These pink feathered creatures are on Flamingo Beach all year round. Go any time if you are staying at the Renaissance Aruba Resort or buy a day pass if you are staying somewhere else. Try to go early in the day when the flamingos are most active for that perfect shot!
The Baths, Virgin Gorda
At Devil’s Bay, the amazing rock formations are like nothing you’ve seen on your travels. You can get creative with all the interesting spaces and crevices in the rocks, and if you have time to stay until sunset, this picturesque place will become even prettier. Pack your waterproof pouch, as you’ll want to get some shots in the water.
Buck Island, St. Croix
Some of Mother Nature’s most fabulous sights can be seen underwater in the Caribbean. If you go snorkeling, swimming, or diving, you can see tropical fish, sea life, and coral reefs that are worthy of National Geographic as well as your IG feed. While the underwater ocean views are spectacular all over the Caribbean, we love Buck Island because of the underwater trails and epic plane and shipwrecks you can see. Pack your underwater camera gear and get ready to make friends with the turtles and the fish.
No one knows how the pigs got to this uninhabited island in the Bahamas, but there are now about 20 pigs making their home on Big Major Cay. With soft white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and swaying palm trees, who can blame them? It’s worth a visit to this outlying island for the perfect piggy selfie!
And if you’re ready to start planning your next tropical getaway, contact me today. I can’t wait to help you “capture” some amazing memories!
Until next time,