Instagrammable Islands In The Caribbean

The 7 Most Instagrammable Islands In The Caribbean

Sure, you come to the Caribbean for its sun, sand and all-round beauty. But chances are you’re also coming after seeing a particular place on Instagram… With so many paradise islands to travel to here, there’s endless stunning shots waiting to be posted all over your social media. But some islands are more photo-worthy than others. As for the most Instagrammable islands in the Caribbean? Here’s our picks…

Most Instagrammable Islands In The Caribbean

1. Curaçao

Curaçao combines urban and outdoor life like no other island. There’s over 35 spectacular beaches that are never too crowded. Time it right and you might just have a sandy stretch all to yourself.

The island of Curacao is also one of the most colourful islands in the Caribbean. The Shcarloo neighbourhood and the street art you’ll find there, though, take this to a whole new level.

2. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Just a tiny speck in the middle of the Caribbean sea, the Cayman Islands are known all over the world.

Seven Mile Beach is among the many reasons why Grand Cayman is considered an ideal tropical destination. With sparkling waters and coral sands it’s so perfect it almost doesn’t look real.

3. Barbados

Barbados is one of those magical holiday destinations that everybody dreams about visiting; it instantly ticks so many boxes when you arrive.

Nestled in the south of the Caribbean, it offers stunning beauty, a vibrant cultural scene and some of the best beaches and surfing in the Caribbean. Mainly though, it is the people that make Barbados what it is. Magical.

4. St. Barts, Caribbean

The small French island of St Barths (Saint Barthélemy to give it its full name) in the Caribbean is one of the prettiest islands you will ever visit.

With its beautiful beaches, world class resorts and stunning scenery, it’s the perfect getaway from the stress of big cities and 9-5 life.

5. Tobago

Not as well known as its sister island Trinidad, but Tobago is actually said to be the island upon which the book Robinson Crusoe was based. The island is a rich tapestry of steep mountains, dense tropical forests and lush beeches.

There’s a great choice of luxury all-inclusive resorts, with the bonus of being on an unspoilt paradise island. Tobago is a must-visit for anyone looking for some peace and quiet.

6. St. Lucia, Caribbean

St Lucia is one of the most picturesque island destinations. It’s the perfect place to come for a luxury holiday to lose all sense of time. Stay in some of the best high end resorts where your every whim is catered to and you’ll find yourself blissfully sipping on cocktails with your feet in the sand.

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7. The Exumas – Bahamas

You’ve surely seen the Insta-famous beach in Bahamas all over social medial. The pigs live on Big Major Cay, one of the over 365 islands in Exuma, a district of the Bahamas. Big Major Cay in the Exumas is uninhabited and the pigs are not native to the island, so it’s still not known how the pigs first got there.

Book a day trip boat ride to see this beach’s pristine waters and swim with piglets.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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