Caribbean Top Tourist Countries

For many people, it would be a dream vacation to book a place on a luxury cruise ship and thus visit all or most countries in Caribbean. But it definitely has its advantages to go on a ‘regular’ holiday to one of the countries. The problem there is that it is almost impossible to choose, but fortunately it is almost impossible to choose the wrong one. In principle, all the Caribbean islands are perfect for those who want sun and bathing, scuba diving and surfing, although they also have more than that to offer. Check Countryaah website for comprehensive guide to Caribbean and all countries within this region.


  • Capital: George’s
  • Population: 110,000 (2012)
  • Currency: East Caribbean Dollar
  • Language: English
  • Country code for telephone: +1473

Grenada has long been a popular tourist destination, and this popularity is growing more and more. Grenada is a very small island but can still offer everything you would expect from a holiday island in the Caribbean.

Tourist in Grenada

The main reason for visiting Grenada is, of course, everything that has to do with sun, beaches and water. For those who want a traditional sun holiday, there are several high-quality facilities available, and there are also good opportunities for those who want to dive, snorkel, surf and so on. However, Grenada is more than just beaches and the country has a very beautiful nature, several fantastic gardens and preserved plantations from the 17th century.

Vaccination in Grenada

Vaccination against hepatitis A is recommended as well as against hepatitis B, especially for longer stays, as vaccination against typhoid may also be good. Anyone who has recently visited a country where the yellow fever is found needs a certificate of vaccination for entry.


  • Capital: Kingston
  • Population: 2.9 million (2012)
  • Currency: Jamaican Dollar
  • Language: English
  • Country code for telephone: +1876

Jamaica is one of the most well-known Caribbean countries thanks to its music. Reggae became big in the West through Bob Marley in the 1970s, and he has had many followers. However, music is not the only reason to go to Jamaica – even the one who detests reggae will benefit greatly from the country.

Tourist in Jamaica

Jamaica is one of the top destinations in the Caribbean for tourists, not least thanks to the free advertising you get through its many music stars. The country has many nice beaches and hotels for those who want to sunbathe and swim, or engage in various forms of water sports.

Another reason for many tourists in Jamaica is the music: experience it on the spot, look for old vinyl records and simply breathe the same air as Bob Marley and the other legends.

Vaccination in Jamaica

Vaccination against hepatitis A is recommended for all travelers and for hepatitis B for those who intend to stay longer. For longer stays, vaccination against typhoid should also be considered. Anyone who has previously visited a country where the yellow fever is present must have a certificate that he or she is vaccinated.


  • Capital: Havana
  • Population: 11.2 million (2011)
  • Currency: Cuban peso
  • Language: Spanish
  • Country code for telephone: +53

Tourism in Cuba is a relatively new phenomenon and only gained momentum during the second half of the 1990s, partly as a result of the collapse of the Soviet Union. The tourism industry is still developing, but Cuba can today offer high-quality hotels, vibrant nightlife and much more. Some also consider it an advantage that the island is free from tourists from the United States.

Tourist in Cuba

The capital of Havana may surprise those who expected a gray and sad communist city. Havana is vibrant and multicultural, with a nightlife that no major cities in the west are after. But it is probably not Havana that most people travel to Cuba for, but the beaches and the sea, and there is plenty to choose from, both on the main island and the small islands that surround it.

For revolutionary romantics, otherwise Santa Clara is a good tip, where Che Guevara’s mausoleum is, with a large statue of the revolutionary.

Vaccination in Cuba

Vaccination against hepatitis A is recommended to all travelers to Cuba. Those who intend to stay longer should also vaccinate against hepatitis B, and if you intend to live a simple life close to the local population, vaccination against typhoid is also recommended.

Netherlands Antilles

  • Capital: –
  • Population: 21,000 (2010)
  • Currency: US Dollar
  • Languages: Dutch and English
  • Phone code: +599

The Netherlands Antilles refers to those of the Netherlands’ autonomous provinces in the Caribbean that are not Aruba, Curacao or Sint Maarten, in particular Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius. They are regarded more formally than the others as parts of the Netherlands, and their legal status is somewhat unclear. But in any case, like Aruba and Curacao, they are fantastic vacation islands.

Tourist in the Netherlands Antilles

The Netherlands Antilles consists of a number of small islands which together are not even as large as Bornholm. There are a large number of beautiful beaches on the islands, and anyone who wants a beach vacation gets their pleasure. But even divers have much to gain here, especially Bonaire’s marine national park, which is characterized by a large and varied fish life and incredibly clear water. Oranjestad, the remnants of a merchant town on Sint Eustatius is also well worth a visit, including for its fantastic views of the island.

Vaccination in the Netherlands Antilles

Vaccination against hepatitis A is recommended for all visitors, and against hepatitis B for those who intend to stay more than a couple of three weeks. In the latter case, vaccination against typhoid can also be good, especially for those who intend to eat in simpler places and spend a lot of time with the locals.

Trinidad & Tobago

  • Capital: Port of Spain
  • Population: 1.2 million (2014)
  • Currency: Trinidad dollars
  • Language: English
  • Country code for telephone: +1868

Trinidad & Tobago is a rich and developed country and differs from most other countries in the Caribbean in that tourism is not the country’s main source of income. But despite that, Trinidad & Tobago is definitely well worth a visit.

Tourist in Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago are the names of the two islands that make up the country, and they both have a great variety of very beautiful beaches with excellent bathing opportunities. Trinidad is the larger island and is more of a “party island”, while little Tobago is more relaxed. Tobago is also the number one destination for those who like to dive, and despite its smallness has the most fantastic nature of the two, with rainforest, beautiful bays and mountains.

Vaccination in Trinidad & Tobago

In order to obtain an entry permit to Trinidad & Tobago, a certificate is required that you have been vaccinated against yellow fever if you have recently visited a country where the disease is active. Otherwise, all visitors are recommended to vaccinate against hepatitis A, and for stays close to a month or more, also hepatitis B. Vaccination against typhoid can also be good if you plan to eat the local food in simpler places and socialize with the residents.