Most vacationers think of the Caribbean isles as luxury resorts and costly hotels. But for those who need to travel the Caribbean Islands on a budget or to experience more what nature has to offer in the isles, it's possible to camp.
A camp Caribbean experience can offer conveniences like showers and kitchens, while some others will require you to bring your own tent and camping equipment. Lots of the campgrounds also offer cabins with beds, to experience the tranquility of nature if you're a little squeamish about the great outdoors.
A Camp Caribbean Experience
Traveling during the low season makes everything more affordable, as there are fewer tourists, and you'll be able to get the best prices.
Camping in the Caribbean is pretty popular, though campers shouldn't just set up wherever they choose. It is best to get a camp guide because camping on the shore is prohibited in many areas of the isles and it's inadvisable from a security standpoint.
You'd be considerably more safe and better off. Even though it mightn't be as impulsive as you’d enjoy, it'll be worth the journey. Below are 4 lovely campsites to explore:
The Cinnamon Bay campground at St. John
If you’re not a friend of the great outdoors, Cinnamon Bay Campground in St. John is a good middle ground between bare bones tents and completely outfitted hotel suites. Cinnamon Beach has equipped cottages with propane stoves, cots, bed linens, towels and picnic tables. Experience the magic of Cinnamon Bay’s seashore with its topaz-hued waters and silky sands.
White Bay Campground at Jost Van Dyke
If you’re looking for some relaxation time and want to let your cares melt away, the White Bay is an excellent choice. Here you can get settled into camp life proper and spend the nights sharing stories with other campers; it’s fantastic for a feeling of community and intimacy.
This campsite is popular for being stress-free, thus, it’s undoubtedly worth considering if that’s the type of vacation you’re in the mood for. The White Bay is home to a regular music festival and provides live music for BBQ nights, eateries, campers and more. If you're able to play, then feel free to join the fun and bring your own music equipment.
Cabo de la Vela
This is a combo of ocean and desert off the trodden paths of Cabo de la Vela. On Colombia’s North Coast miles of bare desert and the Caribbean Sea meet. You’ll need to journey to get to the village that sits on the coastline by taking a two-hour trek on dirt roads. Go to the holy hill Cerro Kamachi to experience the culture of the indigenous Wayuu people.
The Rosalie Forest is a campground that's different from the other Caribbean camping sites. This destination isn't on a shore but in the depths of a rainforest. Nestled amidst the trees and along three rivers, the region is reachable by foot.
In the Caribbean, there are loads of wondrous sights and the weather is great so go on and get yourself booked for a camping trip.