Vibrant blue waters caressing soft pink sand are just two good reasons to consider spending some off time in Bermuda. Its mild climate is less humid than islands in the Caribbean, and its remote location in the Atlantic between the U.S. and Europe fosters an island culture uniquely its own.
Planning a vacation but can’t decide where to go? Luckily, all islands are not created equal. Choose the best one for you based on these factors.
Some of Puerto Rico’s best surfing beaches lie along its northwest coast in the county of Aguadilla. Crash Boat Beach is by far the most popular, offering everything a beachgoer could want—surfing, snorkeling, swimming, restaurants, and even kayak and paddle board rentals. But if your beach-going requirements lean toward solitude, ditch the tourist crowds in favor of Aguadilla’s hidden gem beaches.
When you visit San Diego, having fun in the warm California sun is synonymous with heading for the beach. While letting the waves lap at your sand-crusted toes is a noteworthy endeavor, you can get even more out of beach life with these must-do activities.
Whether you’re lingering on the white sandy beaches of Tobago or immersing yourself in the big-city atmosphere of Trinidad, there’s plenty of things to see and do in this tropical twin-island country.
Think Seattle’s all rainy weather and coffee shops? You’re not totally wrong – it’s got plenty of both those things – but the Emerald City is also so much more. And dreary or sunny, morning, noon or night, we’ve got some locally approved destinations that are perfect for your upcoming trip.