Best Caribbean Islands for a Honeymoon


A trip to Caribbean islands with your partner can be relaxing, fancy, adventurous and most importantly romantic. These islands are easily accessible as they have frequent flights from both the U.S. and Europe.

They provide you the perfect backdrop for your romantic honeymoon. Cool ocean breezes, sunny days, endless beaches, soft sands and tranquil seclusion are all just within the reach. Here are some of the best Caribbean islands for honeymoon.

Saint Lucia

Saint Lucia is a Caribbean island, fairest isle of all the earth with many geographical and cultural riches. Born of volcanic origin, it offers a burst of natural splendor with every turn. This island is well known for its awesome geographical structure, the Grand Piton Mountains – Gros Piton and Petit Piton. Everything here is all adept in the heart of pleasing couples.


The Bahamas is less than 200 miles from Miami’s coastline and set in the heart of Atlantic Ocean. Couples get to relish Breezy environs, sun-kissed beaches, shimmering coastline and an overdose of romance on their Bahamas honeymoon. The best time to visit this island is November to mid-April. Ideal duration to stay here would be 5-6 days.


Thinking of a honeymoon in Jamaica, you should think of white sand beaches, turquoise waters and swaying palm trees. Jamaica gives you the perfect honeymoon spot with friendly locals, tasty food, and a few rum punches. It will give you the perfect blend of romance and adventures.  After reaching Jamaica, first, stop at the Montego Bay for an all-inclusive treat.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is the perfect honeymoon destination and known as the ‘Isle of Enchantment’. This Caribbean island has a near-perfect weather all the year. It offers wonderful shopping, outdoor attractions and superb beaches for honeymooning couples. You can explore the cobblestone streets of Old San Juan (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and can stay late in clubs and casinos.


Barbados is well known for its stunning beaches, laidback lifestyle and rum punch. The island has really mastered the art of fine living. Its a traditional haven for British and North American vacationers. You got to see the cricket, dress whites, fish that fly and the pink sands. If money is no object, visit the luxurious Barbados resort, Sandy Lane.