While the Caribbean may not necessarily be known for kayaking, it still has some amazing places to go to if you want to. These are a few of these places that should not be that far out of your way, but are still, in my opinion, some of the best places for people to kayak in the Caribbean.
Aruba is a small island located in the southern Caribbean, with it’s environment being as close to the cliché example of paradise that you can probably get. However, the weather there can change rapidly, so make sure to bring anything rain-proof that you may have to cover yourself in just in case.
St. Lucia is located in the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea, and has many beaches to stop along, clear water so that you may have the opportunity to view the local marine life, and amazing natural beauty which makes this place somewhere you will want to visit if you can.
Bimini is in the Bahamas, and being the island closest to the United States it has the name “gateway to the Bahamas”. It is a beautiful island which is rather small, however it still draws a large amount of American Tourism, making this one of the more popular spots in the Bahamas.
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Written by Gayle Channing
Gayle Channing is a consumate adventurer. He makes an effort to travel just about everywhere he can and catalog his voyages for The Wilderness Review.